Membership

Join U3A Wellington City

Membership is open to people of the Third Age not in full-time employment, subject to the approval of the U3A Wellington City committee and subject to the payment of the annual subscription.

Those who wish to join U3A Wellington City

You can either register online or download and post or email an application form:

Either

1) Register online here.  Preferred payment method is by credit card – note that PayPal is offered as an option but a PayPal account is not required to make a payment.

Or

2) Download the membership application form to print and post, or scan and email.

MEMBERSHIP REPORT FEBRUARY 2019

Our programme of lectures and activities continues to attract a good number of new members. The following members have joined since the August 2018 newsletter was published: Peter Schumacher, Janet Taylor, Ainslie Matheson, Elaine Pearse, Margaret Richards, Russell Searle, Duncan Crawford, Joan Hinton, Howard Taylor, Helen Morley, Gill Brackenbury, Errol Pike, Jennifer Pike, John Rowlinson, David Campbell, Noeline Morrison, Merian Litchfield, Helen Chambers, Peter Stewart, Alison Dixie, Peter Methven, Clare Murphy, Hilary Newby, Michael Gross, Margaret Brown, Carol Wideberg, Richard Field-Dodgson, Simon Mark, Ron MacKenzie, Wendi Wicks, Susan Brown, Lesley Udy, Hazel Murphy, Jon Nankervis, Marilyn Powell, John Walkerdine, Mary Innes, Glynis Trenouth, Yvonne Guy, Barbara Sole, Susan Stevens, Alex McIntosh, Les Maiden, Ginny Hickman, Dennis Edwards, Ken Claridge, Helen Dawick, Rosina Price, Mary Simpson, Bill Anderson, Peter Wellings, Krystyn Jensen, Jon Hartley, Marnie Gower, Patrick and Terri Helm, Helen Lowe, Howard Symmes, Chrissie Drader, Judy Marbeck, Margaret Shand and Sue Dale.

Any new member who has not received a green plastic membership card should contact the Membership Secretary by email to membership@u3awellingtoncity.org.nz or call me at 382 8296. Cards are ordered from Auckland in batches, so it may take a while before there are sufficient new members for another order to be placed. Your welcome letter will give an indication of the timeframe.

New cards are no longer issued annually as the current green plastic card is automatically updated on renewal of membership.

Average attendance at lectures during the second half of 2018 was 183, with no difference between Tuesdays and Fridays. The lowest average was for August (167), suggesting that some members were away during that month – travelling perhaps? Total numbers ranged from 105 to 271. The highest attendance by far was for Joy Cowley’s lecture The Power of the Story, which also attracted the highest number of visitors – 17. Six lectures attracted 10 or more visitors.

Please feel free to contact me if you have any membership queries.

Gwen Levick

Membership Secretary    (Tel 382 8296)