OBERON U3A has been the fortunate recipient of a generous grant from Veolia Mulwaree Trust to purchase a data projector and a motorised screen for use by the organisation.
The new equipment will be put to use soon to present the first of two Armchair Travel sessions which will take place this term.
The final term for 2019, which commences next Monday, will offer Armchair Travellers the opportunity to venture into Central Europe with Brian and Kathy Beesley.
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Later in the term, the session will take Armchair Travellers on a bicycle ride along the Loire Valley in France with Jenn Capel.
The grant from Veolia Mulwaree to purchase the equipment will mean greater independence for Oberon U3A, as well as contributing to the capacity of the organisation to present a wide range of courses to its nearly 200 members.
For more information about Oberon U3A, ring the secretary, Maree Arrow, on 6336 3003, or visit http://oberon.u3anet.org.au