Kc Coller, Publicity Director
The first seven calendar days of December demonstrate some of the extra classes available to those interested. To club members these are free and only $10 for others.
December 1 started with a hugely attended general meeting. It could have been because a couple of the clubs favorite speakers from Office Depot presented questions and answers on the Windows 10 topic. Brando Clark, Operations Manager and Tech Rep Robert, plus the introduction of the new manager, Jim Carew, at the Alma School location followed. They answered a multitude of questions asked by the attendees.
The 2016 club officers were voted in: President Janet Quade, Vice President Darrel Kreglo, Secretary Sarah Carmack and Treasurer Howard Winkle. Congratulations to each one.
The meeting ended after a delightful holiday social featuring ice cream, cookies and coffee.
On December 7 Allan Levy presented the class “Safety on the Internet.” Those attending were given ideas to help keep their identity safe over the internet.
On December 5 the class “Windows Considerations-Upgrade or Not” also was given by Allan Levy. He gave information about the “do’s and don’ts” of switching to the Windows 10 computer program system. The facts about what choices can be made concerning this up and coming decision were most interesting.
Two other classes were scheduled during December:
Monday, December 14 – Photoshop Elements
Monday, December 21 – Roboform
Both of these classes began at 6:30 p.m. in the Arts and Craft Room at Sun Lakes Country Club.
There are notes available of all classes on the clubs website at www.computerbooters.org. Check them out along with our calendar for more scheduled classes. These classes and speakers alone are good reasons to become a club member.
Again visit our website to get that application form for anyone that is interested in becoming more of a friend with their computer.