General Meetings

general meeting Our General meetings cover a wide range of subjects. Typically, such a meeting will involve some PCS business or the distribution of information concerning up-coming meetings and other opportunities in the local community. As warranted, there will be discussion regarding the latest computer security threats, new products and other items of interest to the membership.

Often some of our members give presentations about subjects in which they have some specialized knowledge. For example, Phil Ball's Windows Tips 'n' Tricks is a constant crowd pleaser. Recently, we have had other members give talks and demonstrations about backup techniques, GPS equipment and virus and spyware removal. Raffles of new computer equipment are also held at the end of each meeting.

general meeting While some of these speakers obviously have their business interests in mind, their presentations are related to our mission and our members often receive significant discounts should they wish to purchase the products.

A PCS Picnic Meeting!

pcs picnic We don't forget the social niceties at PCS either. Once a year we get together for a social meeting and have a picnic! These are usually held at a ramada at different local area parks. The club provides chicken, soft drinks, parking permits and picnic supplies. The attendees bring a dish to share.

pcs picnic The festivities start off with a pot-luck feast that always seems to fill everyone completely. Typically, this is followed by a short presentation and a raffle which features computer-related prizes. There's also an equipment exchange and the entire event is a great opportunity to get to know fellow club members in a more informal setting than is usually found at meetings.

We have recently added some other enhancements to the proceedings including food contests and some new entertainment. A more detailed writeup about one of our picnics may be found here.

Leader Information

Meeting Leader: JB Burke
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