Exciting Year coming up for Senior Computer Users! An enthusiastic EuroSCUG committee met last week to develop an exciting programme for 2017. At the first meeting for the year, at 10am on Wednesday 1st February at Moruya Golf Club, popular local genealogist Cora Num will return with a presentation entitled “Trove - One Search a Wealth of Information”. Trove is a collaboration between Australian libraries and cultural and research institutions which provides free information on a range of subjects, including family history, gardening, music, art and dance. Resources include digitised newspapers and magazines, photos, music, maps, and diaries. Cora’s presentations are always entertaining and informative, so everyone over 55 is invited to come along and find out what EuroSCUG (Eurobodalla Seniors Computer Users Group) is all about. After morning tea, Cora will continue on her theme with a small group, while other small groups will cover topics such as phones and tablets for beginners, computers for beginners, Windows 10 settings, and moving files and photos from mobile phones to laptops. A Help Desk will also be available. Visitors are welcome to attend the meeting to see how the group operates. EuroSCUG is a social group, with computers as the catalyst. Sessions cater for all levels of skills and members are encouraged to share their skills in a supportive and social atmosphere. Experienced computer users are very welcome to come along and share their expertise. EuroSCUG meets at 10am on the first Wednesday of the month at Moruya Golf Club and local area groups meet regularly in Batemans Bay, Moruya, Tuross Head and Narooma. Monthly tablet groups (iPad and Android) are also held. An Open Day will be held at Moruya Golf Club on Wednesday 8th March. For more information visit our website at www.euroscug.org, or phone 0431 809 073.
Above: Charmaine Fripp helps Edith Asplund, Robin Malcolm with the party games
Above: Penny Carnie
Above: Howard Fowler at the party