This next month's great meeting topics is "Mistakes to Avoid". The meeting will be held at 7:00 pm, April 4, 2017, in Kennedy Hall at IC School, 1208 E. McCarty St., Jefferson City. Please bring your friends who are Mac or iOS users to our meetings.
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We had a great time at our February 5 appleJAC MUG meeting glimpsing the new iJOBS movie, reviewing Best of Show items from CES and Macworld/iWorld, watching the slides taken by Tom and Letha during their Macworld visit to San Francisco, and enjoying the varied items they brought back.
A number of people asked questions or wanted more information about some of the evening, so I've attempted to be responsive with the following details (click item to see):
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Peggy Landwehr also reminded everyone to tune in to KWOS (NewsRadio 950) on February 16 for Halle Dulle's Open Air Saturday when he will again interview her, George Kopp, and me (just like he did January 17 last year) about appleJAC MUG, all things Apple and more.
appleJAC MUGH holds its monthly meeting at Immaculate Conception School in Jefferson City. IC School is collecting plastic bottles.
They can recycle non-alcoholic plastic bottles with a "1" in the recycle icon, and "Pete" under it, like water, soda, iced tea, fruit juice bottles. (NO milk bottles) They also recycle aluminum cans.
They may be left in the front of school on the bench, or behind the Sisters' convent at 1205 East McCarty (red brick house with the awnings).
The school is competing -- trying to get enough of these to receive $25,000. We appreciate IC School allowing us to use Kennedy Hall, so when you come to the next appleJAC meeting, be sure to bring your empty plastic bottles for the school.