Group of volunteers bring URegina’s Lifelong Learning Program back to life

A group of volunteers have made it possible for seniors to take classes at the University of Regina, reports CTV News. URegina discontinued the funding for the Lifelong Learning Program last year, but the volunteer group has brought the program back to life through a book sale fundraiser. The book sale was anticipated to raise over $100K, and these funds will help fully restore non-credit learning opportunities for seniors. URegina will be offering the program classroom space, while the volunteers will organize and fund the program. Around 40 classes are expected to be offered this fall.

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