Bio - Glenda Andersen
I was born in Masterton and educated at Fernridge Primary School and Wairarapa College; representing the latter in it's College Quiz Team.
The first four years of my working life were spent in the ANZ Bank, but upon leaving there to marry Peter in 1969, I found my niche in retail work, both paid and voluntary; specialising in Lotto sales and staff training in my later years.
I retired in 2011 and joined SeniorNet five years' afterwards, becoming a committee member fairly promptly.
Music is my greatest interest and I attend daytime concerts in Lower Hutt and musical shows in Wellington on a regular basis.
Acting as “ servant “ to cats Casper, Abby and Oliver occupies a great deal of my so called spare time.
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How To Apply For Membership of SeniorNet Hutt City On Line.
You can complete the form on the left side of the on line application page here.
This form is in two pages. Click the Continue button at the end of page 1 to continue on page two.
Complete all the sections marked with a red asterisk (they are mandatory) and the other questions as appropriate.
Then click the button at the end of the form to submit it. You will receive a confirming email.
If you prefer, you can call at our Learning Centre and complete an application in person. Our Learning Centre is at:
Gibson Sheat Building
81 Queens Drive, Lower Hutt 5010