Canberra Seniors

A Meeting Place for the Over 50s

This Month

Dear Friends
My goodness haven’t we had some big frosts this year! I hope you are keeping warm and well in these
wintery days.
The financial year has ended and that marks the time for renewal of membership at the Seniors Centre.
The fee remains the same: $15. This year the easiest option for you is to renew your membership when
you are at the Centre. This means you do not have to fill in any forms! The other option is for you to use
the membership form for new members on the website, but you will have to fill in all the questions ….
and that is a bit tedious. (I will improve this process soon.)
Members are invited to buy a high quality magnetic-backed nametag for use at the Centre for $15. You
can order yours when you pay your membership fee.
The Singing for Fun class is offered in 10-week blocks by the Music School. Thus last class for the term is
2 July. There is now a two-week break, with classes resuming on 23 July.
Recently some furniture was donated to the Seniors Centre. There are some items we do not need: a small
Sharp microwave and a Dishlex dishwasher. These items are now for sale. The microwave is $20 and the
dishwasher is $100.
Christmas is July is shaping up to be a great occasion. I hope you can come. You are welcome to bring
friends and family members along. If your birthday is in July you will get your meal (plus a glass of wine)
on Thursday 11 July for just $10. Regular price is $20. RSVP here.
The next Lunch and Learning session is 25 July and will be presented by Ruth Oettle from Anything Tech.
She will give us ideas on password hygiene, how to spot a scam, cloud storage, buying a new phone,
streaming platforms and keeping in touch with people overseas. Ruth also provides in home support on
technical issues. RSVP here.
Thank you to those people who have added their MyAgedCare number to their membership record.
Remember if you need any help in getting a number please call in to see me.
Best wishes 

Andrea Dean

CEO

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