Claremont Seniors Computer Club
Bulletin March 26, 2017
Greetings Computer Club Members:
I hope you have enjoyed the much needed rain, especially from the inside looking out. I have a lot of information to send to you so this will be a lengthy Bulletin. First of all I have a new address to send you. The new URL for APCUG is Ugls.apcug.org. Please use the new address when you access this site.
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.
Computer Lab, 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.
If the weather is good, Don Brown will be in the classroom to help anyone who needs help with his tips.
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 909-399-5488.
Click here for descriptions of the classes.
Site of the Week by Caroline Corser
Caroline may be out of commission for a few weeks due to the fact that she had a slight accident while walking to her car from the Padua Room on March 14.
She is home and doing well, fortunately she only broke a wrist, It could have been much worse, The latest from her Son Michael passes along the thoughts the family has about how lucky that she has friends at the Computer Club who helped take care of her. She hasn’t lost her sense of humor, and would appreciate phone calls and e-mails. We will give this information at the meeting on Tuesday.
February 14, 2017
Amazing places on our planet
February 21, 2017
Selections from the Jersey Boys
March 7, 2017
Senior Citizens will be deported
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.
Quick Tip Videos Recorded by Don Brown
There are 2 videos missing that do not have a link provided, I will try to bring this up to date in the near future.
Bob Gostischa AVAST SECURITY SEMINAR
Please find Instructions to successfully install Avast and other helpful links
and tips at: https://goo.gl/5v4sIQ
Don't forget to scroll down to see all of the information.
If you found this presentation helpful, please let your friends in other clubs know that it's available totally free of charge and without any strings attached.
You'll find Avast Free for Business at: https://www.avast.com/en-us/business
If you're truly ambitious, letting Deborah at Avast know what you thought of the presentation would also be nice. (If you didn't like it, it's still OK to let her know that too.)
You can contact her at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put Bob's Security Seminar in the Subject line.
(Attach a CC to me: email@example.com Thanks)
I would appreciate knowing that these instructions have been forwarded to the club members.
You'll find an entry about this presentation on my Blog: https://bob3160.blogspot.com/2017/03/3-21-2017-claremont-seniors-computer.html
Warmest regards and I hope we'll meet again next year,
Free Security Seminars available. Here's a sample: Protecting Yourself, Your Computer and, Your Identity
Absolutely free, ask me for details (505) 250-1089.
See where I've done Presentations lately: http://bob3160.blogspot.com/
Proud Member World Backup Day Friday, March 31
Now that you have heard Bob’s seminar on Security there is something else we all need to do, and that is to Backup our Computers. Please check out the following link.
If you need further help check out our website cscclub.org
Quick Video Tips #5 - Don will show you how to backup your Computer
Tuesday March 28
Table Topics - Bring your tablets, cellphones, or whatever you have that is electronic.
Alexander Hughes Community Center - Padua Room
1700 Danbury Rd. Claremont
Social Hour 7:00 pm
Meeting starts promptly at 7:30 pm
Claremont Seniors Computer Club
Barbara Marino Editor