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All our ONSITE meetings have been cancelled due to the closing of the McCarthy Auditorium at the PMLP, because of COVID-19 virus concerns.
We are currently using Zoom Virtual Meetings to provide alternatives for moving forward during these difficult times. Below are the details for this month's meeting.
If you have any questions or suggestions, please drop us an email - info AT northshorecomputer DOT org. Thank you for your understanding and continued support.
May 12, 2022 - Thursday, 7:00PM
Finding Your Roots (Part 2):
Genealogy and You!
It's About Time! (Part 2):
Have you begun your own family history journey? Do you have questions? If so, learn the details of Researching, Validating, and Organizing Your Genealogical Info by attending Myra Fournier's virtual NSCS presentation on this month.
Myra Fournier is a genealogy hobbyist who started creating her personal family tree just four years ago. Many of her ancestors were lost in the Holocaust, but she has been successful in locating and reconnecting with many of her relatives who are descendants of survivors around the world!
It's not too late to start your own genealogical journey. Get started by listening to Myra's previous March 10 presentation - "Intro to Genealogy" - where she shared her knowledge of family tree-building websites as well as family tree-building software. You may download her talk by sending a request to email@example.com, Subject: Genealogy
Members Only Presentation:
To listen to, or to participate in the Thursday, May 12th presentation, or the Tech Talk Time that immediately follows, you must be an NSCS member. It is not too late to join us and take part.
Zoom Meeting Details:
Zoom Meeting Details will be sent, only to NSCS members, on the Wednesday before the meeting day.
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Not A Member Yet? But would like to be!
Become a member and support the NSCS, just send your request for a Membership Invoice, along with your contact details. We'll send back an email with the ability for you to Join or Renew, securely online, using either a credit card or your PayPal account. A one-year NSCS membership is only $30.
Complete details on Joining or Renewing Your Membership are right here!
Putting the shoe on the other foot:
The NSCS Board encourages members to be more involved in the NSCS. Our goal is to be responsive to your technical issues by your telling us what you would like to know. It's your Computer Society - by speaking up, you help us help you.
Do you want to be even more involved/helpful?
We could use some volunteers to help maintain our Facebook page, or our Instagram page, or our Twitter page, or our YouTube channel. Do you want to learn a new skill by updating our web site using WordPress or Squarespace? If "Yes", to any of the above, send an email to Volunteer@NorthShoreComputer.org.
Remember, NSCS members not only have the ability to download and listen to previous monthly presentations and Tech Talks, but they also can get Free remote troubleshooting Clinic support for their computer problems and questions.
NSCS Great Member Benefits:
- Virtual Monthly Meetings & Presentations
- Virtual Monthly Tech Talk sessions
- Access to all previously recorded presentations and Tech Talk sessions (2020, 2021 & 2022 so far)
- Remote Computer Clinic support and/or repair by our computer experts
Complete details on Joining or Renewing Your Membership right here!
We look forward to your participation at our upcoming meeting.
The North Shore Computer Society is a 501(c)(7) Non-profit organization dedicated to providing people with information about technology and technology devices.
Remember - we're always looking for feedback on meeting topics and how we might make your experience at the meetings more helpful.