HAPPY COUPLE: Peter Hunter and Una Hunter-Brown first met at the Lismore Camera Club and reconnected at Lismore U3A. They supported Lismore U3A activities marking NSW Seniors Week at the Lismore City Environment Centre recently.
HAPPY COUPLE: Peter Hunter and Una Hunter-Brown first met at the Lismore Camera Club and reconnected at Lismore U3A. They supported Lismore U3A activities marking NSW Seniors Week at the Lismore City Environment Centre recently. Mireille Merlet

Make new friends, ask big questions with Lismore U3A group

IS money the source of all evil?

Which pet is better, a cat or a dog?

And how do men get away with being scruffy?

These are just some of the interesting topics that will be discussed when the Lismore U3A resumes its Friday Forum sessions on July 24.

Sessions are held every Friday during school terms at the Lismore Heights Bowling Club from 10am-noon, and are open to members and visitors.

There's no need to enrol - just bring 50 cents and a mug for morning tea.

For more information about the Friday Forum sessions, phone Shirley Beaver on 6624 3022.

The U3A's Computer Users Group, held at the Lismore Workers Club every Monday from 10am, is also open to visitors.

Learn to use your computer's programs, make labels and e-cards, and how to watch television on the internet.

Phone Glennys Gow on 6621 4086.

For more information about the Lismore U3A and the courses it has available, visit the website at http://www.u3anriv.org.au.


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