Next Meeting - 11th April
NB: This is the club's only meeting in April due to ANZAC Day falling on a Thursday.
The meeting starts promptly at 10.30 am
Don't forget to come early:
- Buy your raffle tickets to win one of three $10 prizes.
- Book a computer lesson
- Get your name down for one of the hit shows booking this year.
- Get your tea/coffee and biscuits.
- Have a look for a bargain on the trade table.
- Pick up a copy of The Senior Newspaper and/or The Voice when they are available.
During the meeting there will be the usual short reports about the various activities the club offers its members and you are able to bring up matters of interest to members during General Business - don't be afraid to speak up if there is something that concerns you, this is YOUR club.
The meeting usually finishes between 11 and 11.30am.
New members are most welcome to come along and find out about the club, there is a short newsletter available for new or potential members at the raffle/signing in table which details coming events and contact details for the various group leaders. Please take one.
Just a quick reminder that if you have not paid your membership for 2013 then it is now due. See Brian at the meeting and he will sort you out, it's still only $12 per annum (good value eh?).
The next bus trip is to Lancer Barracks on 6th May. At the moment the bus is full but keep an ear out for anybody dropping out (it happens) or put your name down on the reserve list.
Mothers' Day Lunch
Tickets will be on sale for the Mothers Day Lunch held at Dapto Leagues Club on the 16th May. As everybody knows these lunches are great fun and subsidised by the club. Every member is very welcome. As usual there will be a great raffle included in the price of admission (don't forget to put your name on the back of your ticket).
A last minute reminder that the club picnic is at the Motorlife Museum on Thursday 4th April. Your ticket is in the lucky door prize draw so don't forget to bring it along. See you there.
Tech Savvy Seniors DVD
This DVD arrived in the post this week.
The DVD is the result of a partnership between Telstra and the NSW Government, currently we have only one copy of this two disk set for members to borrow but I think we can increase that number if there is the demand. It certainly seems quite interesting and covers a number of important topics:
- Computing and Email.
- Learning E-Readers.
- Using a Mobile Phone.
- Social Networking.
- Internet Security.
- Home Networking.
Perhaps we might think of screening these DVDs in the Laurel Room before a meeting sometime in the future for those who are interested. Let me know what you think.
Windows 8 DVD
The club also has it's own DVD which deals with the basics of the new Windows 8 operating system. If you have just bought a new computer then you may be interested in borrowing this DVD. At first glance Windows 8 is very different to previous versions of Windows, this DVD demystifies some of the new operating system's features.