Many thanks to our gracious hosts at September’s meeting in Fulton at the Callaway Electric Co-op Building. The location and amenities were awesome and thanks to Charlie Bland and Gale Fuller for securing the room and providing additional attendance prizes, and of course, the buffet of snacks. Thanks to Alice Kopp and Sue Snell for serving those to us.
The following members were winners at the last meeting's doorprize drawing:
- George Kopp iTune Card ($10)
- Greg Perry Photoshop for Dummie (book)
- Tim Springs Thermome
- Mark Snell Atlas
- Charlie Bland Speaker
- Julie Smith Callaway Bank Mug
- Bill Webb MacBook Pro (book)
- Ed Brandt Callaway Bank Mug
- Caryn Giarratano aJ microfiber cloth
Now that the hot, dry summer is behind us and having visited several meeting locations, the onset of fall brings us back to a familiar location in Jefferson City at Kennedy Hall in the lower level Immaculate Conception School.
The upcoming meeting is at Kennedy Hall at which OS 10.8, Mountain Lion, will be the subject of an in depth presentation by George Kopp. After the break, Tom Piper will inform us of the new and wonderful features of iOS 6, the newest operating system for the iPad, iPhone and iPod.
Join us Tuesday, Oct. 2 at 7:00PM for an informative evening hearing about the latest offerings from Apple. There will also be discussion of the newest iPhone 5, revamped nanos, iPod touch, upgraded iTunes Store, cool new Apple Earpods, and more.
We continue our quest to find a permanent home. If you know of a facility that would fulfill our needs (chairs and table space, projection area, internet access, etc.), please don’t hesitate to let us know. Lewis and Clark Middle School, IC Church, Calvary Lutheran High School, Trinity Lutheran School and others have hosted our meetings in the past at no additional charge to appleJAC, a tradition we would like to continue.
From a personal perspective, I want to thank those who arrive early and help to set up tables and chairs, plus those who stay afterwards to return them to where we found them. Your help is certainly appreciated.
I also wish to extend an overdue “thanks” to our regular presenters, the ones who come through time after time every month. We welcome other members who would also like to share their knowledge and experience with the rest of us.
Come out Tuesday, Oct. 2, to see what’s shakin’ from the Apple tree.