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LEARNING IN LATER LIFE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION

TUESDAY

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S.P.R.C.
TheTuesday club, formed in 1989, was the first 3Ls club 
Initially it was formed to assist with putting some press cuttings into order and members went on to assist in the formation of other volunteer groups -
Spin and the University Tour Guides.
 
Since then theTuesday club has met each Tuesday morning to provide a service to the University of Strathclyde. Their work is co-ordinated by a University member of staff and any department can ask for assistance with mailing.
Over the years many departments have been grateful for this free service.
At present members number about ten.

OBITUARY
On 24th July 2011 Marion Rankine, a founder member of the Tuesday Club passed away.
Although busy with the setting up of the Club in 1989, Marion also 
became the first Treasurer of the 3Ls.
Apart from being a popular and active member of the Tuesday Club until shortly before she died, Marion had also been a keen member of the Bridge and German Clubs and also an enthusiastic member of the Music and Computer Clubs.
Marion enjoyed her long association with the University and had attended various classes in her thirst for knowledge. 
She is greatly missed.

Marion Rankine is second left
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The table shows the many departments
helped in the past year by the Tuesday Club
3Ls Association
Human Resources
Alumni & Development
Law School
Chaplaincy
Music Department
Communications Office
Office of Marketing & Communications
Estates Management
Registry
Faculty Office (Engineering - various departments)
Research & Innovation
Faculty Office(Law, Arts & Social Sciences)
Secretariat
Finance Office
Student Affairs

  • President :  Francis Sheppard(now Peter Cairns)
  • Secretary:   Jessie  Clark