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EuroSCUG Computer Club Celebrates 10 years

Past and present EuroSCUG members, and other interested senior computer users, are invited to help celebrate the group’s 10th birthday at 10am on Wednesday 7th February at Moruya Golf Club.

The Guest Speaker at the celebration will be Cora Num, a popular local family history researcher with over 35 years of experience. Her presentation, entitled “Sailing into History – Where have I been, and what will I leave in my Wake? will highlight Cora’s challenging and fascinating journey keeping up with the dramatic way technology has changed how information is accessed today.

Taking the audience from microform to microdata, Cora will demonstrate her plans to preserve her family history archive, digital resources, and internet sites, so that future generations can access all the painstaking research done over many years, by her, and other researchers and family members who have generously shared information, documents and photos with her.

After the presentation, a celebratory morning tea, including complimentary bubbles and a beautiful birthday cake, will be enjoyed by members and guests. This will be an opportunity for members to catch up after the Christmas break, and visitors to experience the friendly atmosphere of the group.

After morning tea, a slide show will include EuroSCUG photos taken over the first 10 years, and previous Presidents and others will share their memories.

EuroSCUG (Eurobodalla Senior Computer Users Group) is a computer group run for seniors by seniors. It provides support and guidance across the shire for seniors at all levels of computer ability and enables them to develop computer skills in a supportive and social atmosphere.

After the AGM, at 10am on Wednesday 7th March at Moruya Golf Club, EuroSCUG will hold an Open Day, when an interesting variety of presentations covering computers, tablets and smartphones, will demonstrate the various activities of the group.

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.

For more information visit our website at, or phone 0431 809 073.

Above: Di Montgomerie, Dianne Grigson, and Warren Jones

Above: Bob Tomkins with his Commonwealth Bank Not for Profit Treasurer Award

Above: Ellen Williams

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