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EuroSCUG news

EuroSCUG would like to invite all interested members of the community to attend their next meeting which will be held at the Moruya Golf Club on Wednesday 6 November at 10.00am.

Last month members and guests were both educated and entertained by Ray Sillett, a local photographer, who provided many helpful guidelines for the composition of photos, even those taken ‘on the run’ which many of us tend to do these days. Ray also introduced Fast Stone, a very popular, easy to use, free photo editing program.

This month the guest speaker will be Moosa Kutty from National Hearing Care, a leading independent hearing healthcare services provider in Australia. Moosa will be discussing advances in digital hearing aids and hearing testing, a subject which may be of interest to many.

Following morning tea each month a number of Special Interest Groups are held. This month’s groups are : Using Your Phone To Keep You Safe; an Android Beginners Group; an introduction to a variety of Online Games; an Apple Help Desk for help on all Apple products; a Windows and Android Help Desk ; and a Genealogy Help Desk which will give you the opportunity for a one-on-one session with our renowned genealogist Cora Num.

EuroSCUG meets at 10am on the first Wednesday of each month at the Moruya Golf Club, and Local Area Groups meet regularly in towns along the Eurobodalla. Monthly phone and tablet groups (Apple and Android) are also held. Visitors are most welcome to attend a meeting

Treasurer Peter Watson with Tech Team Leader Mike Hitchcock.

Primi Thompson Gail Vincent Tonnie van den Broek.

local photographer, Ray Sillett

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