Visit to the Lone Star Flight Museum on March 23 at Ellington Field. Bus to leave OCB at 9:30 AM , we will spend 2 hours at the Museum and at 11:45 AM will take the bus to the Kemah Boardwalk for lunch. Tickets for the museum are $5 and lunch is on your own. Please RSVP by March 18. See the March Newsletter for RSVP details or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Click the title for more details.
Barbara Kelly has organized another Vantage River Cruise for UTHRO in Sep 2023. This time the destination is Spain and Portugal and the trip itinerary is available here: UTHRO Spain-Portugal Itinerary . More information here: UTHRO Spain-Portugal Flyer and Pre-trip and post-trip Extensions .
In October(2021) a group of our UTHRO members travelled to France. Barbara Kelly has written a very nice article detailing the group's adventure and it is available here: UTHRO travels in France .
A virtual meeting was held on September 29 for UTHRO members to consider and vote on seed grant awards from the UTHRO Endowment for Healthy Aging. There were 20 members present. Two $1,000 awards were given and one $5,000 grant was also awarded.
The UTHRO Endowment for Healthy Aging is moving along! Thanks to your contributions, our endowment to benefit UTHealth’s patient care, education and research for the aging population and their caregivers continues to grow. For more information about the UTHRO Endowment please visit the About Us page.
From UTHRO's Executive Committee: There was great sadness when the UTHRO family heard about the passing of Brian Yeoman. In addition to the article in our Sep 2021 Evergreen newsletter we have included tributes from some colleagues and friends of Brian in this linked document: Brian Yeoman Remembered
From UTHRO's Executive Committee: There was great sadness when the UTHRO family heard about the passing of Dr. Carmel Dyer on May 4 at only 62. We offer our deepest condolences to her family with this loss. Dr Dyer was one of our most fervent supporters and we dedicated our Endowment supporting the Consortium on Aging.
In addition to the article in our May 2021 Evergreen newsletter we have included tributes from some colleagues and friends of Dr. Dyer in this linked document: Carmel Dyer Remembered