Claremont Seniors Computer Club
February 8, 2017
Greetings Computer Club Members:
It has been a pleasure to see so many of you at our meetings the past few weeks, hope everyone is having a good year so far.
Thank you to everyone who signed the card for Tom Deno a few weeks ago we hope he is improving and will be able to attend our meetings soon we really miss you Tom.
This is where you can obtain a lot of very useful information and you can do it in your pajamas, from home, it doesn’t cost you anything and you won’t get wet, if it happens to be raining. I try to attend but I am unable this coming Saturday so I will be waiting for the You Tube videos that will be available in a few weeks.
FREE 2017 WINTER VIRTUAL TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE (VTC)
Saturday, February 11
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm ET
12:00 – 3:00 CT
11:00 – 2:00 MT
10:00 – 1:00 PT
I am a graduate student researcher at the University of Connecticut and I am writing to ask if you would consider posting an invitation to participate in an online research study for the members of the Claremont Senior Computer Club? My study is a communication instrument that I am developing to help people discuss their treatment histories about their osteoarthritis. I was hoping that learning how to take an online survey might be something your members might enjoy using as a practice for their new or improving computer skills.
I can answer any questions you would have and provide copies of the UConn Institute Review Board approval for my study. I am looking for people over 65 who have osteoarthritis (the regular wear and tear form of arthritis). Filling out the survey usually only takes people about 10-20 minutes, and all information is anonymous and no names are asked for or recorded.
Thank you for considering my request!
Jennifer Hehl, RN, MS, CNOR
Graduate Student, University of Connecticut
School of Nursing
In an effort to keep everyone as healthy as possible I am bringing some information to you about where to go for more information and there are links available to register and details about where the classes are held. You need not be a member of Inter Valley Health Plan to participate
Claremont - How Diet Affects Your Heart
A Cal Poly dietitian graduate student will reveal the latest information on what foods are best for those diagnosed with heart failure or for those who want to know how to eat to keep your heart healthy.
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Claremont - Hands Only CPR
Deborah Keasler, R.N.M.S., from the PVHMC Stead Heart & Vascular enter, demonstrates this life saving method. The signs and symptoms of a heart attack are also included in the presentation.
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Remember this is where you will find everything of importance concerning our Club activities. The upcoming program schedules for our meetings are also listed, as well as the Class schedules, so you know what is coming and when. Ed O’Donnell, our Web Master does a wonderful job of putting all of the information together and keeps several months active as space permits. Please check our Website often.
Music and Slide Transfer areas
Joslyn Senior Center Annex 660 N. Mountain Ave Claremont Ca 91711
The Lab and classroom is open every Friday from 1 to 4:00 pm. The Techs hope to be able to solve your Computer related problems. Our Lab is located in the first door on the right as you enter from Mountain Ave. The Music and Slide Transfer areas are located in the front of our classroom. This can all be found in the Annex of the Joslyn Senior Center 660 N. Mountain Ave. Claremont. If you are in need of some tutoring you will find tutors available in the classroom
The techs welcome all of the challenges you bring along with whatever goodies you wish to share. Plan to stay with your Computer as they may need your input. You may want to check out some of the refurbished items they offer for a small donation. The techs are all volunteers from our club; and they endeavor to help with relatively minor problems. We are not in competition with commercial repair facilities. We will not hesitate to refer you to the professionals for major problems.
Everyone is welcome to the workshop, but Claremont Senior Computer Club members always have priority. Please be sure to sign in with one of our friendly greeters who serve to direct you for service. They will also show you around our facility and encourage you to join our club if you are not already a member. Remember, membership is free, and you are invited to attend our weekly meetings. We also have classes to improve your computer skills. So bring your problems and challenges to the gurus on Friday afternoons from 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm. You will enjoy the friendliness, enthusiasm and camaraderie……..and you may even get your problem solved!
CSCC 2017 Spring Class Schedule
Wednesday April 5, 2017
Introduction to Computers 10 am - 3 pm $10 - includes Lunch
Wednesday April 19, 2017
Digital Photography 9 am - 3 pm $15 - includes Lunch
M/W/F 5/15 - 5/26/2017
Windows 10 (6 lectures) 9 am - Noon $35 - includes Book
You can sign up for classes at the reception desk of the Joslyn Senior Center (660 N. Mountain Avenue) or call for information about class schedules at
Click here for descriptions of the classes.
Every week we have an opportunity drawing which can be found at the front Left side of the Padua room, near the refreshments.
If you bring a guest to a weekly meeting and register them at the sign in table, you are eligible for a free ticket. Remember you can’t win if you don’t play.
Site of the Week
High Diving Giraffes
The World’s 20 most amazing Bridges
Hazardous Waste Disposal
Saturday, February 11, from 9 am to 3 pm
The hazardous waste and e-waste disposal is this coming Saturday at the Claremont Corporate Yard, 161 Monte Vista Ave.
Open to all LA County residents.
Recorded by Don Brown
Jan 17, 2017
Quick Tip Video #16
Hidden App "Slide to Shut Down
Jan 24, 2017
Quick Tip Video #17
Alexander Hughes Community Center
1700 Danbury Rd. Claremont
Meeting starts promptly at