Senior Computer Users Group
The Senior Computer Users Group is a non-profit group of 50-years-old and older adults, retirees and community members interested in learning more about computers.
!!!!!!Meeting for the Year 2013 are Posted on the Group Meetings Page of the Selections in the Right Column!!!!!!
It has come to our attention that construction will be starting on Bluemound Drive Monday, 15 April 2013. This will necessitate possible route changes in attending Senior Computer User Group Meetings. The Steering Committee has sent a plot map of the projected changes to Bluemound Road and further information may be obtained by going to a Fox Valley Technical College website. Click on the web link below to get to the FVTC Web Page.
Please be advised the Monthly Meetings
2013 are as follows:
May 17, 2013
The Quest Speaker will be Brian Kopetsky, Community Partnerships Supervisor, Appleton Public Library. The topic will be how to maneuver within Appleton Public Library's Website and the electronic resources it offers. If you have not opened a Library web page recently you are missing an immense amount of free information. Be sure to attend this eye opening informational program and bring a friend.
Brian has been with us in the past and has provided the group with excellent information related to our local libraries. Got library related questions this might be your chance to ask a professional
All persons 50
and older with an interest
in computers are
invited to attend. All meetings are
Computer Users Group Meetings start at 1:15 P.M.
and are Free
Calendar of Events
Special Interest Groups:
Digital Imaging – Monday, 13 May 2013, Room 180 – 1:15 to 2:15 PM.
Genealogy – Monday, 13 May 2013, Room 180 – 2:30 to 3:30 PM.
Resource Sharing – Monday, 20 May 2013, Room 180 - 1:15 to 2:15 PM.
Internet – Monday, 20 May 2013, Room 180 - 2:30 to 3:30 PM.
Steering Committee – Wednesday, 29 May 2013, Room 186 – 1:15 PM
All Senior Computer Users Group meeting
are at the Bordini Center located directly across from the Fox Valley Technical
Collage Main Campus.
Make a date with a friend or friends to attend
these programs or come alone and make a new friend. The programs are FREE and by attending you can
show your support for the Senior Computer Users Group.
May's program should be an extremely interesting and informative program to one and all. Mark the date on your calender, Friday, 17 May 2013 @ 1:15 PM, and maybe even let your neighbors and friends know about this program. Remember these are the youngest days of our lives, and we're all in this together.
Notice!!!!!!! Notice!!!!!!! Notice!!!!!!!
We are still in need of a Newsletter Editor. This
presents an opportunity for a member to step forward and assume the duty of the
newsletter editor. If you have an interest in Journalism, the time, and a
desire to create this opportunity is for you. The pay is not much, matter of
fact, there is no pay. Think it over folks, we’re not getting any younger and
the group is looking for your help. For the present C. John Klemm will be
assuming the Newsletter duties.
If you know of someone new to computers,
point them in our direction for any assistance they may need or even persons
who are experienced may share their knowledge. The Senior Computer Users Group
is a very informal group and its membership is FREE. So come on down, pull up a
chair, introduce yourself to the person next to you, and Enjoy. The Senior
Computer Users Group needs your support and values your participation.
Click 'Special Interest Groups' on the right for an explanation of the group.
Click 'Group Meetings' on the right for the time and location.
View Newsletter. Click on "Newsletters" tab or on a Quick Links on the right
NOTE: Newsletters are in 'PDF' format. Need a PDF reader to view and print.
Meeting times have been posted for 2013. Click 'Group Meetings' on the right for time and location.
Watch next month for 2013 meeting posting.
Computers for Seniors
Computers for Seniors provide individuals age 50 and
older with computer instruction and access to a community
of computer-using seniors.
For more information, call 1-800-735-3882, ext.2429 or
Shortcut for this site: www.fvtc.edu/seniorweb