by Sue Snell, aJ MUG President
Summer is finally here, and the Fourth of July is just around the corner. But, before that star-spangled day arrives, we will meet on the July 1 to celebrate appleJAC! This is the middle meeting away from our regular meeting place at Lewis and Clark, and a fun one we have in store.
This month we will meet at Trinity Lutheran School cafeteria for the annual MacFixIt program. This is the time of year for you to bring in your needy Macs (is there such a thing?) and let the local experts help you get things straightened out (if possible). On the agenda are several topics of interest besides getting the “medical” attention some of our Macs may need. Please refer to the Agenda for a complete listing of topics to be covered. I think you will find each of these helpful and timely.
August is the annual picnic which will again be held at the North Jefferson City pavilion. We will gather for a meal of burgers, brats, and dogs along with numerous selections of tasty treats provided by those in attendance. Let us hope that Mother Nature smiles on Missouri that evening and provides us with one of the picture-perfect evenings that she can deliver. However, if things run true to form (read “rather hot”), we will still have a fabulous gathering with good food and more importantly, good friends.
Last month’s meeting at Capital Eye Care was indeed a pleasure. Dr. Lewis and Dr. Luetkemeyer, along with their able office manager Michelle, graciously provided a very entertaining and informative presentation regarding the use of Macs in their practice. If you missed it, you missed a good one!
Winners of the door prizes at the meeting were as follows:
- Peggy Landwehr Photoshop Workflow Setups (book)
- Sara Kopp Leopard screen cleaner
- Rosalind Moulton CrossOver software
- Julie Smith Apple-logoed cup
- Ken Zindle CDW 1GB flashdrive
- Tom Vaughn Apple-logoed pen
- Alice Kopp Cult of Mac (book)
Looking forward to seeing you at Trinity Lutheran School on the first of July. Don’t forget to bring your Mac if you need expert advice and/or “medical” treatment.