Hello and Welcome,
Second Cab off the Rank
Congratulations to the Friday Forum for being second in the race to return to face-to-face meetings at the SMSA on Friday, 14th May 2021.
Those present included: Ron Ferguson, President, Oldrich (Olin) Brychta, Terry Eakin and Tim Kelly.
The President said, "We set up the computer and got it operating, and then went through the process of updating it.
However, because it had not been used for quite some time, there were too many updates to complete before closing down at noon.
Consequently, more updating will be required at the next meeting on Tuesday 18 May 2021 [at the Tuesday Group]."
We thought that the Update saga might take some time.
Schedule of Current & Upcoming Meetings ‡
32 2021/05/01 — 14:00-17:00 — 01 May, Sat — Penrith Group, Penrith Public Library
33 2021/05/11 — 17:30-20:30 — 11 May, Tue — Programming, L1 Woolley Room or via Jitsi
34 2021/05/14 — 10:00-12:30 — 14 May, Fri — Friday Forum, L1 Carmichael Room
36 2021/05/15 — 13:30-16:30 — 15 May, Sat — Web Design, L1 Woolley Room or via Zoom
37 2021/05/18 — 09:30-12:30 — 18 May, Tue — Tuesday Group, L1 Woolley Room
38 2021/05/25 — 17:30-20:30 — 25 May, Tue — MAIN Meeting, L1 Carmichael Room or via Zoom
39 2021/05/28 — 09:30-12:30 — 28 May, Fri — Digital Photography via Zoom
‡ As decided after assessing the Members' wishes (on resumption of face-to-face meetings) via the latest Online Survey.
Please go to the SPC&TUG Newsletter for 24 - 29 MAY 2021 in SWAY format.
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