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The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Auburn University, or OLLI, has topped 900-members, a record for the program that gives seniors an opportunity to keep their minds and bodies active and to meet new friends.

OLLI began 25 years ago as Auburn University Academy for Lifelong Learners, or AUall, with 38 members. AUall became OLLI in 2007 and has now climbed to 908 members. The total includes 607 members at Auburn, 235 members at the Auburn University of Montgomery, or AUM, branch and 66 members at the new Chambers County Library branch.

OLLI at Auburn offers academic not for credit programs for adults aged 50 years or older at program sites at Auburn University, AUM, and the Chambers County Public Library in Valley, Alabama. OLLI at Auburn is a program of the office of the Vice President for University Outreach at Auburn University. For more information, contact Linda Shook, OLLI director, at 844-5100,, or visit the website.