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  • In April, 1993, Henry McMonagle requested permission to survey the community to determine if there would be interest in the formation of a Yavapai College Institute for Learning in Retirement, an ILR. If the survey proved favorable, Elderhostel agreed to put up $2000 for start up costs.
  • On July 28th 1993, at Yavapai Performance Hall, a meeting of 175 local people gathered to hear about the concept of a retirement learning group. Henry Lippman, a spokesman for ILR’s came from New York to speak at the meeting.
  • After committees were formed to develop a conceptual plan for facilities, sessions, governance, feeds, etc, the college granted approval for the formation of an ILR in December of 1993. Ed Cornett was a member of the original steering committee.
  • Our first social event and launch party were held on February 11, 1994. In August of 1994, we reached a membership of 100. Our logo said “Learning is always in Season.” And we were officially called the Yavapai Learning Institute, YLI.
  • John Sorauf was our first chair; Eileen Ferguson our first secretary,
  • Our first classes, Feb 18 - April 15 of 1994 were: Current Economic Issues Environmental Concerns: Fact or Fancy Global Village A Systematic Approach to Decision-making Personal Finance for Retirement Poetry for the Public Point of View The Southwestern Experience Speech Crafting Symbolism in Modern Art Travel Smarts The West of the Imagination Creating Plot and Character
  • By 1996, we were starting each fall term with a kick-off coffee, which in years to come expanded to a kick-off lunch and then to a kick-off party. The purpose has always been the same, to get started on our wonderful fall class line up.
  • By 1997 our Governing Council Chair was Walt Bull, Vice Chair was Andy Reti, Financial Officer, Roy Leroux, and Secretary was Pat Beaugrand. If you recognize more and more of these names, it’s because so many of our members have been active for many, many years.
  • In 1999, the YLI Newsletter announced that we had increased our membership to 217 people, a growth rate of 72% over the previous year. And probably our largest % increase in our history. Shirley Purcell was Curriculum Chair, and she and her committee offered 23 learning groups and 2 field trips.
  • In 2000 some thought about a name change, and suggestions included Methuselah’s Learning Institute, Learning for the Chronologically Enhanced and Learning for Fossils. We decided, in our infinite wisdom, to stay with Yavapai Learning Institute which made us Ylites.
  • For the Love of Learning was our new slogan developed by Dave Warner, and it is still in use today.
  • In 2004, we received a grant from the Osher Foundation and the Osher Endowment in 2007. These additional funds allowed us to expand our services, our administrative staff, & our schedule of classes. The money has made growth easier. And with the help of the Osher funding, we have raised our membership fees only three times in our history -- definitely below the general rate of inflation.
  • We made one major change when we received the Osher funding. We were no longer the Yavapai Learning Institute, but became the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. Guess we could handle that!
  • Our staff has evolved and grown over the years
  • Anticipating change and growth, we held a Long-range Planning Meeting which was heavily attended. Literally thousands of ideas came out of that meeting, many of which we are still working on.
  • In the spring of 2006, Lesley Schuler gave us the wonderful new look that you will all recognize as our schedule, a very classy publication which comes out 5 times a year.
  • As we welcome new members, we also have to say goodbye to some of our long time contributing members. Some of those we have lost in recent years: Eve Wynant Jeanne Toor Albert Lovejoy Dick McCord John Riley Bert Wilson They and the other members we have lost are missed!

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  • OLLI-YC 2010 ANNUAL MEETING WELCOME Hal Freedman Chair Governing Council
  • MEETING AGENDA
    • Welcome Hal Freedman, Chair OLLI YC Governing Council
    • Key Note Address – Dr. Jim Horton, President Yavapai College
    • State of OLLI – Hal Freedman – Remarks and Introductions   Financials – Phil Winkelstern, Chair Finance Committee         Membership – Ann Lourie, Membership Committee         Staff Report – Trisha Berlowe, OLLi YC Administrator
    •          SIG’s – Matt Lukaszewski, Chair Interest Groups
    • Technology – Alex Finnarn, VISTA Intern
    • Celebrating 17 Years of Learning - Lucy Hanson, OLLI Historian
    • OLLI Around the Nation – Emil Borgers, Governing Council
    • Recognition – Hal Freedman– Remarks and Introductions         Facilitators – Sue Nauman, Curriculum Committee         Volunteers – Marci Jones, Volunteer Coordinator         Social – Marge Rubin, Social Chair
    • Presentation of New Council – Marge Rubin, Co-Chair Nominating Committee
    • Closing Remarks – Dennis Garvey - Dean, Division of Lifelong Learning at Yavapai College
  • MAY YOU LIVE IN INTERESTING TIMES
    • We had a very interesting year
      • Leadership change
      • Significant Growth
        • 10% Membership growth
        • 15% Learning Group growth
        • 15% Participant growth
      • Financial Issues
        • New fee structure
      • Space - Space - Space, and Parking
  • OUR GROWTH HAS BEEN SPECTACULAR Spring 05 Spring 06 Spring 07 Spring 08 Spring 09 Spring 10 Membership Participants Class Seats Number of Learning Groups
  • THANK-YOU TO THE PEOPLE WHO MADE THIS YEAR POSSIBLE
    • Your Governing Council
      • Hal Freedman Chair
      • Leslie Parsons Vice-Chair
      • Emil Borgers,
      • Vaughn Delp
      • Lydia Garret
      • Y “Turk” Kangel
      • Ann Lourie
      • Matt Lukaszewski
      • John Paustain
      • Herman Schloss
      • Phil Winkelstern
  • THANK-YOU TO THE PEOPLE WHO MADE THIS YEAR POSSIBLE
    • The OLLI Staff
      • Patrica
      • Deni
      • Paige
    • Committee Chairs
      • Curriculum - Larry Garrett
      • Nominating - Leslie Parsons, Marge Rubin
      • Membership - Lydia Garrett, Ann Lourie, Vaughn Delp
      • Finance - Phil Winkelstern
      • Interest Groups - Matt Lukaszewski
      • Volunteer Coordinator - Marci Jones
      • Publicity - Herman Schloss
      • Newsletter - Ron Woerner
      • Historian - Lucy Hanson
      • Technology - Hal Freedman, Alex Finnarn
      • Partnering - Turk Kangel
      • Policies and Procedures - Leslie Parsons
      • Volunteer Recorders - Joann Borger, Jerry Jones, Betty Royal
      • Social - Marge Rubin, Phyllis Rogers
  • THANK-YOU TO THE PEOPLE WHO MADE THIS YEAR POSSIBLE
    • AND OF COURSE YOU,
    • OUR FACILLITATORS AND MEMBERS
  • MEETING AGENDA
    • Welcome Hal Freedman, Chair OLLI YC Governing Council
    • Key Note Address – Dr. Jim Horton, President Yavapai College
    • State of OLLI – Hal Freedman – Remarks and Introductions   Financials – Phil Winkelstern, Chair Finance Committee         Membership – Ann Lourie, Membership Committee         Staff Report – Trisha Berlowe, OLLi YC Administrator
    •          SIG’s – Matt Lukaszewski, Chair Interest Groups
    • Technology – Alex Finnarn, VISTA Intern
    • Celebrating 17 Years of Learning - Lucy Hanson, OLLI Historian
    • OLLI Around the Nation – Emil Borgers, Governing Council
    • Recognition – Hal Freedman– Remarks and Introductions         Facilitators – Sue Nauman, Curriculum Committee         Volunteers – Marci Jones, Volunteer Coordinator         Social – Marge Rubin, Social Chair
    • Presentation of New Council – Marge Rubin, Co-Chair Nominating Committee
    • Closing Remarks – Dennis Garvey - Dean, Division of Lifelong Learning at Yavapai College
  • OLLI-YC 2010 ANNUAL MEETING KEYNOTE ADDRESS Dr. James Horton President , Yavapai College
  • MEETING AGENDA
    • Welcome Hal Freedman, Chair OLLI YC Governing Council
    • Key Note Address – Dr. Jim Horton, President Yavapai College
    • State of OLLI – Hal Freedman – Remarks and Introductions   Financials – Phil Winkelstern, Chair Finance Committee         Membership – Ann Lourie, Membership Committee         Staff Report – Trisha Berlowe, OLLi YC Administrator
    •         SIG’s – Matt Lukaszewski, Chair Interest Groups
    • Technology – Alex Finnarn, VISTA Intern
    • Celebrating 17 Years of Learning - Lucy Hanson, OLLI Historian
    • OLLI Around the Nation – Emil Borgers, Governing Council
    • Recognition – Hal Freedman– Remarks and Introductions         Facilitators – Sue Nauman, Curriculum Committee         Volunteers – Marci Jones, Volunteer Coordinator         Social – Marge Rubin, Social Chair
    • Presentation of New Council – Marge Rubin, Co-Chair Nominating Committee
    • Closing Remarks – Dennis Garvey - Dean, Division of Lifelong Learning at Yavapai College
  • OLLI-YC 2010 ANNUAL MEETING FINANCIALS Phil Winklelstern Chair, Finance Committee
  • BUDGET ASSUMPTIONS
    • Membership Grows to 650
    • Administrative Salaries increased - additional part time person
    • Printing Estimate Increased 18%
    • Curriculum and Social Committees Remain the Same
    • Osher Endowment Provides $90,114 - Prescott/Sedona split 50/50
  • PRESCOTT OLLI 2010/2011 BUDGET $2450 $10,150 $7,700 Committees $14,888 $124339 $109,451 TOTAL EXPENSES 20 650 630 MEMBERSHIP PLAN $12,438 $114,189 $101,751 ($2,975) $5,336 $8,311 General $1,860 $12,000 $10,140 Printing $13,553 $96,853 $83,300 Salaries Administrative Difference Budget 10/11 Budget 09/10 EXPENSES
  • NET INCOME $22,505 $2,979 (-$19,526) SURPLUS/DEFICIT $14,888 $124,339 $109,451 EXPENSES $37,393 $127,318 $89,925 REVENUES Difference Budget 10/11 Budget 09/10
  • OLLI-YC 2010 ANNUAL MEETING MEMBERSHIP Ann Lourie Membership Committee
  • MEMBERSHIP HAS GROWN
    • Total number of members July 2009 to June 2010: 885 (including those that have come and gone....)
    • Memberships Levels per Session :
    • Summer 2009 582, new members 34
            • Fall 1 2009 631, new members 61
            • Fall 2 2009 635, new members 35
    • Spring 1 2010 672, new members 48
    • Spring 2 2010 631, new members 31
    • New Member Total: 209
  • GROWTH IMPACTS More Classrooms, Parking and Facilitators Required Possible Additional Grants Loss of Personal Character Local Community Visibility Larger Classes Supporting Social Mission Increase in Staff and Payroll Increased Fees CON PRO
  • OLLI-YC 2010 ANNUAL MEETING STAFF REPORT Patrica Berlowe OLLI Administrator
  • YC-OLLI Mission
    • The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) is a peer-directed organization within Yavapai College that meets members’ lifelong learning and social interaction needs.
    • The Institute recognizes the unique life experiences of its Central Yavapai County Area participants by self-selecting involvement and collaborative leadership.
    • We share our talents, experience and skills in a relaxed atmosphere filled with humor, wisdom, diversity and insight that enable us to:  Explore new interests  Discover and develop latent abilities  Engage in intellectual and cultural pursuits  Socialize with others of similar interests
  • YC-OLLI VISION
    • OLLI will continue to recognize the individuality of its members by emphasizing and expanding peer learning and social interaction. OLLI will:
      • Function as an “ knowledge exchange ” in which we utilize, appreciate, and recognize the time and talent of our members as planners, facilitators, organizational officers and committee members
      • Provide a wide variety of learning groups, workshops and forums, as well as social and cultural events
      • Serve as an important resource and forum for the discussion of current issues and concerns of its members and the community
      • Incorporate current and future technologies into our offerings to enhance the convenience and enjoyment of class participants
      • Expand our OLLI interaction both nationally and internationally
  • OUR STAFF VALUES
    • We value clear communication:
      • We answer the phone by the third ring, so members only get voicemail when both lines are busy
      • We speak slowly and clearly enough to be understood
      • We take the time to listen to people’s needs so we can be helpful
  • OUR STAFF VALUES
    • We value our relationships with members:
      • If a problem or issue arises, we apologize and find a win/win solution to the best of our ability
      • We do our best to anticipate our member’s needs and prepare for them
    • We value attention to detail and follow-through:
      • The accuracy of the information we provide reflects our commitment to our members, and we are continually improving our processes
  • THE GOAL OF THE STAFF IS TO SUPPORT THE MISSION AND VISION OF OLLI
    • We do that by:
      • Supporting all the OLLI committees and their goals
      • Governing Council,
      • Curriculum,
      • Social,
      • Technology,
      • Nominating,
      • Finance,
      • Membership,
      • Volunteer, and
      • Special Interest Group
      • Enrolling new members (209 this year)
      • Renewing memberships (876 this year)
  • THE GOAL OF THE STAFF IS TO SUPPORT THE MISSION AND VISION OF OLLI
    • We do that by:
      • Enrolling members in learning groups (4,163 class seats)
      • Enrolling members in field trips (294 trip seats this year)
      • Making all the arrangements for field trips (9 trips this year)
      • Tracking all the learning group proposals (190 groups)
      • Producing 5 schedules a year
      • Producing all the newsletters, flyers and notices during the year to keep members informed
      • Supporting Facilitators with information, technology, copies etc
  • MEMBERSHIP GROWTH VS STAFFING
    • For the last 3 years we have had 2 full time staff members:
    • Membership grew from an average of 550 in 2008 to an average of 650
    • At the same time, we grew from offering an average of 33 classes per session to an average of 38 this year,
    • and from 3,650 class seats in 2008 up to 4,163
    • To Assist Managing the Work Associated With Growth, We Are Pleased to Welcome Paige Ruggles As Our New Part Time Assistant
  • CHALLENGES WE ARE TRYING TO MEET
    • Parking on the Prescott Campus continues to be an issue
      • Scheduling more classes on Fridays, and at our partnership locations, including the Yavapai College Prescott Valley Campus, CASA Senior Center in PV, Good Samaritan in both Prescott and PV, and the Smoki Museum
    • Challenges with using technology in the classroom
      • Your wonderful OLLI Tech squad has 12 trained volunteers who are helping facilitators before the start of each session, and during learning groups. If we have problems with equipment during a class, both the OLLI staff and Yavapai College staff will respond immediately with assistance
  • OLLIS IN VERDE AND SEDONA
    • Our sister OLLIs have gone through a transition in staff. Their new administrator is Natalia McKendry.
    • Both groups have fairly steady membership, 200 in Sedona and 100 in Verde, and they are focusing on growth
  • THE OSHER FOUNDATION
    • The Osher Foundation has rewarded your excellent work here at OLLI with $350,000 in grants, and $2,000,000 in an endowment, over the last 6 years. We are now able to subsidize our budget with the interest from the endowment. We were one of the first 10 OLLIs to receive an endowment.
    • The Osher Foundation also sponsors a National OLLI Resource Center, which provides a method for all 122 OLLI’s across the country to communicate with each other, gather at an annual conference, and share ideas.
  • WHAT IS COMING NEXT?
    • We will continue to offer registration through phone, walk in, and mail in.
    • This fall we will offer the option to register on line as well.
    • If you are interested in trying this new option training and support will be available
    • if you can buy something from Amazon, you can register for your OLLI learning groups on line
  • THANKS FOR A GREAT YEAR!
    • Tricia, Deni and Paige
  • OLLI-YC 2010 ANNUAL MEETING SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS Matt Lukaszewski SIG Chair
  • What is a SIG? A SIG is a group of OLLI members who share a common interest, and would like to meet outside the normal OLLI classroom environment to socialize and enjoy their mutual interest.
  • Why Were SIGs Formed? In response to a 2008 survey of OLLI members. We Listened to You!
  • SIG Task Force - Lydia Garrett - Nikki Krause - Sally Landes - Matt Lukaszewski - Leslie Parsons
  • Accomplishments - SIG Guidelines - SIG Application Form - And
  • SIGs - International Dining - Book Club - Mah Jong - SIG Blog - Friends On-Call * - Interim Pastel Painting * - US Energy * - Met Live in HD * - OLLI Singles *
  • Next Steps You propose New SIG Ideas for socialization, learning and fun. We will listen and put your ideas into action.
  • MEETING AGENDA
    • Welcome Hal Freedman, Chair OLLI YC Governing Council
    • Key Note Address – Dr. Jim Horton, President Yavapai College
    • State of OLLI – Hal Freedman – Remarks and Introductions   Financials – Phil Winkelstern, Chair Finance Committee         Membership – Ann Lourie, Membership Committee         Staff Report – Trisha Berlowe, OLLi YC Administrator
    •          SIG’s – Matt Lukaszewski, Chair Interest Groups
    • Technology – Alex Finnarn, VISTA Intern
    • Celebrating 17 Years of Learning - Lucy Hanson, OLLI Historian
    • OLLI Around the Nation – Emil Borgers, Governing Council
    • Recognition – Hal Freedman– Remarks and Introductions         Facilitators – Sue Nauman, Curriculum Committee         Volunteers – Marci Jones, Volunteer Coordinator         Social – Marge Rubin, Social Chair
    • Presentation of New Council – Marge Rubin, Co-Chair Nominating Committee
    • Closing Remarks – Dennis Garvey - Dean, Division of Lifelong Learning at Yavapai College
  • OLLI-YC 2010 ANNUAL MEETING TECHNOLOGY Alex Finnarn VISTA Intern
  • Technology Committee Members
    • Hal Freedman
    • Patricia Berlowe
    • Susan Gerhart
    • Matt Lukaszewski
    • Randy Holt
    • Dave Rothgery
  • DISTANCE LEARNING INITIATIVE
      • How can we use technology to enhance OLLI’s current offerings?
      • Technology will be used to engage and educate members:
        • by sharing files and links and holding discussion forums between class sessions
        • through new communication mediums
        • unable to attend classes at the main Yavapai Campus in Prescott
  • OLLI TECHNOLOGY SURVEY
      • Survey Split Between Accessibility Questions and Distance Learning Opinions
      • 238 Surveys Were Collected From 23 Individual Classes (51.2% of Spring 1)
      • 91% Have a Computer, 87% Access Internet at Home
      • 79% of Respondents Reported Checking Their Email at Least Once a Day to Several Times a Day
      • 52% Agreed That They Would Take an “Enhanced Class”
  • ENHANCED CLASSES AND OLLI
    • Meets regularly in person and uses an online space to post lectures, class notes, or music/video files for students to look at and discuss while not in class
    • Used as a method to enhance discussion in traditional class
    • Tested out Spring 2 Session with four facilitators and received positive responses
    • Used an online tool called Ning but are switching to EDU 2.0
  • EDU 2.0
    • The next generation educational system for schools. It provides a free web-based education site with comprehensive features for teachers and students. Anyone can teach and/or learn using the system, whether it's at school, at home, or on the move.
    • Everyone gets a personalized account with several features (calendar, file storage, etc.)
    • Completely private and shared only with fellow class members
    • http://www.edu20.org
  • EDU 2.0 - BENEFITS
    • Allows communication between classes
    • Provides a repository of knowledge
    • Provides an easy way to form groups of interest (SIGs)
    • Provides access to a community library
    • Saves paper and time
  • EDU 2.0 - COLLABORATION
  • EDU 2.0 – RESOURCES
  • EDU 2.0 - GROUPS
  • EDU 2.0 - LIBRARY
  • EDU 2.0 - LIBRARY
  • FUTURE DIRECTIONS
    • Expand “enhanced” classes using tools like EDU 2.0
    • Expand the online newsletter with more submissions (e.g. monthly columns) http://prescottollinewsletter.wordpress.com
    • Start using Interactive Instructional Television (ITV) in some OLLI classes
    • Provide online access to Governing Council through meeting minutes and voice recordings
    • Work with University of the Third Age (U3A) Online to bring course offering to OLLI
  • FUTURE DIRECTIONS
    • Any questions or comments about technology and OLLI can be addressed to Alex Finnarn at [email_address] (928) 717-7610
    • Demonstration of EDU 2.0 for interested facilitators June 10 th at 1PM in the OLLI classroom
  • MEETING AGENDA
    • Welcome Hal Freedman, Chair OLLI YC Governing Council
    • Key Note Address – Dr. Jim Horton, President Yavapai College
    • State of OLLI – Hal Freedman – Remarks and Introductions   Financials – Phil Winkelstern, Chair Finance Committee         Membership – Ann Lourie, Membership Committee         Staff Report – Trisha Berlowe, OLLi YC Administrator
    •          SIG’s – Matt Lukaszewski, Chair Interest Groups
    • Technology – Alex Finnarn, VISTA Intern
    • Celebrating 17 Years of Learning - Lucy Hanson, OLLI Historian
    • OLLI Around the Nation – Emil Borgers, Governing Council
    • Recognition – Hal Freedman– Remarks and Introductions         Facilitators – Sue Nauman, Curriculum Committee         Volunteers – Marci Jones, Volunteer Coordinator         Social – Marge Rubin, Social Chair
    • Presentation of New Council – Marge Rubin, Co-Chair Nominating Committee
    • Closing Remarks – Dennis Garvey - Dean, Division of Lifelong Learning at Yavapai College
  • OLLI-YC 2010 ANNUAL MEETING CELEBRATING 17 YEARS OF LEARNING Lucy Hanson OLLI Historian
  • Henry McMonagle In April, 1993, Henry McMonagle requested permission to survey the community to determine if there would be interest in the formation of a Yavapai College Institute for Learning in Retirement, an ILR.
    • Pic of group of people at Performance Hall (can we find one of those)
  •  
  • Our first social event and launch party were held on February 11, 1994. In August of 1994, we reached a membership of 100. Our logo said “Learning is always in Season.” And we were officially called the Yavapai Learning Institute, YLI.
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    • Pic of first session yellow sheet
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  • Roy Leroux, Andy Reti, Pat Beaugrand and Walt Bull
  • 0 50 100 150 200 250 Membership Growth 72% 1999 1998
  • Suggested Names
    • Methuselah’s Learning Institute
    • Learning for the Chronologically Enhanced
    • Learning for Fossils
    • Yavapai Learning Institute
    • For the Love of Learning
  •  
    • Pic of logo change
  • Rita Wuehrmann, Barbara Yarrow, Deni Harris, Tricia Berlowe, and Paige Ruggles
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    • Pics of planning meeting
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    • As we welcome new members, we also have to say goodbye to some of our long time contributing members.
    • Some of those we have lost in recent years:
    • Eve Wynant
    • Jeanne Toor
    • Albert Lovejoy
    • Dick McCord
    • John Riley
    • Bert Wilson
    • They and the other members we have lost are missed!
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  • MEETING AGENDA
    • Welcome Hal Freedman, Chair OLLI YC Governing Council
    • Key Note Address – Dr. Jim Horton, President Yavapai College
    • State of OLLI – Hal Freedman – Remarks and Introductions   Financials – Phil Winkelstern, Chair Finance Committee         Membership – Ann Lourie, Membership Committee         Staff Report – Trisha Berlowe, OLLi YC Administrator
    •          SIG’s – Matt Lukaszewski, Chair Interest Groups
    • Technology – Alex Finnarn, VISTA Intern
    • Celebrating 17 Years of Learning - Lucy Hanson, OLLI Historian
    • OLLI Around the Nation – Emil Borgers, Governing Council
    • Recognition – Hal Freedman– Remarks and Introductions         Facilitators – Sue Nauman, Curriculum Committee         Volunteers – Marci Jones, Volunteer Coordinator         Social – Marge Rubin, Social Chair
    • Presentation of New Council – Marge Rubin, Co-Chair Nominating Committee
    • Closing Remarks – Dennis Garvey - Dean, Division of Lifelong Learning at Yavapai College
  • OLLI-YC 2010 ANNUAL MEETING OLLI AROUND THE NATION Emil Borgers and Rudy Arena
  • Problem
    • OLLI needs more ideas for learning Groups to meet the needs of a growing membership
  • Solution
    • Arrange to exchange catalogs with all other OLLIs
    • Carefully peruse catalogs received
    • Categorize ideas
    • Provide data file of ideas
    • Encourage members to:
        • Help review catalogs for ideas
        • Review the data file to help bring ideas to reality
  • RESULTS
    • Of 119 catalog exchange requests, 48 received (40%)
    • Thus far: 105 ideas in 26 categories
    • Of 63 OLLIs with paid instructors, 25 received (39%)
    • Of 56 OLLIs with volunteer facilitators, 23 received (41%)
  • GENERAL REACTIONS
    • Only TWO of the OLLIs who responded use Learning Company lectures.
    • No consistency on membership costs
    • Member Costs are very high (up to $550/year)
    • Instructors are well paid (up to $900 per session)
  • So far…
    • Most in History (22), Movies (17), Munch & Learn (16)
  • Ten Examples …
    • Learning to Look at Paintings (Art)
    • Newspapers to Tweets; the Future of Communications (Computers)
    • Topics in Medicine for Seniors (Health)
    • John Adams and the American Revolution (History)
    • Great Trials in History (Law)
    • Charlie Chaplin; Discovering the Genius (Movies)
  • More …
    • Wagner’s Ring with a Danish Twist (Music)
    • Rethinking Christianity: Nag Hammadi Texts (Religion/Philosophy)
    • The Anasazi Sky Writers (Sciences)
    • Presidential Pardons (Social Problems)
  • What Next??
    • We need Members to examine catalogs for more ideas (particularly, Art, Crafts, Linguistics, New Age, and Photography.
    • We need to connect with retired Lawyers/Law educators, History professionals, Law Enforcement, CIA, FBI to help us carry out some of our ideas.
  • MEETING AGENDA
    • Welcome Hal Freedman, Chair OLLI YC Governing Council
    • Key Note Address – Dr. Jim Horton, President Yavapai College
    • State of OLLI – Hal Freedman – Remarks and Introductions   Financials – Phil Winkelstern, Chair Finance Committee         Membership – Ann Lourie, Membership Committee         Staff Report – Trisha Berlowe, OLLi YC Administrator
    •          SIG’s – Matt Lukaszewski, Chair Interest Groups
    • Technology – Alex Finnarn, VISTA Intern
    • Celebrating 17 Years of Learning - Lucy Hanson, OLLI Historian
    • OLLI Around the Nation – Emil Borgers, Governing Council
    • Recognition – Hal Freedman– Remarks and Introductions         Facilitators – Sue Nauman, Curriculum Committee         Volunteers – Marci Jones, Volunteer Coordinator         Social – Marge Rubin, Social Co-Chair
    • Presentation of New Council – Marge Rubin, Co-Chair Nominating Committee
    • Closing Remarks – Dennis Garvey - Dean, Division of Lifelong Learning at Yavapai College
  • OLLI-YC 2010 ANNUAL MEETING FACILITATOR RECOGNITION Sue Nauman Curriculum Committee
  • Facilitators Learning Groups Participants Class Seats 4163 1982 190 99 THE LITTLE ENGINE THAT COULD
  • WE HAVE HELP FOR YOU
    • Training
    • Resources
    • Mentors
    • Co-Facilitators
    • Ideas From Other OLLIs
    • Your Own Ideas
    • Your Own Interests
    • Suggestions From Our Evaluation Forms
    • Friends and Contacts
  • I THINK I CAN FACILITATE
  • OLLI-YC 2010 ANNUAL MEETING VOLUNTEER RECOGNITION Patrica Berlowe OLLI Administrator
  • OLLI-YC 2010 ANNUAL MEETING SOCIAL Marge Rubin Social Co-Chair
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  • MEETING AGENDA
    • Welcome Hal Freedman, Chair OLLI YC Governing Council
    • Key Note Address – Dr. Jim Horton, President Yavapai College
    • State of OLLI – Hal Freedman – Remarks and Introductions   Financials – Phil Winkelstern, Chair Finance Committee         Membership – Ann Lourie, Membership Committee         Staff Report – Trisha Berlowe, OLLi YC Administrator
    •          SIG’s – Matt Lukaszewski, Chair Interest Groups
    • Technology – Alex Finnarn, VISTA Intern
    • Celebrating 17 Years of Learning - Lucy Hanson, OLLI Historian
    • OLLI Around the Nation – Emil Borgers, Governing Council
    • Recognition – Hal Freedman– Remarks and Introductions         Facilitators – Sue Nauman, Curriculum Committee         Volunteers – Marci Jones, Volunteer Coordinator         Social – Marge Rubin, Social Chair
    • Presentation of New Council – Marge Rubin, Co-Chair Nominating Committee
    • Closing Remarks – Dennis Garvey - Dean, Division of Lifelong Learning at Yavapai College
  • OLLI-YC 2010 ANNUAL MEETING INTRODUCTION OF NEW COUNCIL Marge Rubin C0-Chair Nominating Committee
  • YOUR 2010/2011 GOVERNING COUNCIL
    • Serving Thru 2011
    • Y “Turk” Kangel
    • Ann Lourie
    • Leslie Parsons
    • John Paustian
    • Herman Schloss
    • Serving Thru 2012
    • Emil Borgers
    • Hal Freedman
    • Lydia Garrett
    • Matt Lukaszewski
    • Sue Nauman
    • Mel Schutz
  • MEETING AGENDA
    • Welcome Hal Freedman, Chair OLLI YC Governing Council
    • Key Note Address – Dr. Jim Horton, President Yavapai College
    • State of OLLI – Hal Freedman – Remarks and Introductions   Financials – Phil Winkelstern, Chair Finance Committee         Membership – Ann Lourie, Membership Committee         Staff Report – Trisha Berlowe, OLLi YC Administrator
    •          SIG’s – Matt Lukaszewski, Chair Interest Groups
    • Technology – Alex Finnarn, VISTA Intern
    • Celebrating 17 Years of Learning - Lucy Hanson, OLLI Historian
    • OLLI Around the Nation – Emil Borgers, Governing Council
    • Recognition – Hal Freedman– Remarks and Introductions         Facilitators – Sue Nauman, Curriculum Committee         Volunteers – Marci Jones, Volunteer Coordinator         Social – Marge Rubin, Social Chair
    • Presentation of New Council – Marge Rubin, Co-Chair Nominating Committee
    • Closing Remarks – Dennis Garvey - Dean, Division of Lifelong Learning at Yavapai College
  • OLLI-YC 2010 ANNUAL MEETING LIFELONG LEARNING AT YAVAPAI COLLEGE Dennis Garvey Dean, Division of Lifelong Learning