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TVCUC Board of Directors meeting 2nd Tuesday, 3:00 pm, Chota Rec Center, Rm D
Have you looked at the Education pages recently?  If you have computer related questions, send them to Bob Mugge or Karen Brown via the Contact Forms on the Education pages.

Thank you to the hundreds of individual contributors and to these major program funders of TVCUC-TAP

United Way of Loudon County

Walmart Lenoir City

Ronald McDonald House Charities

Ink Cartridges Still Needed

Please bring your empty ink cartridges to every General Membership Meeting.  T.A.P. combines these cartridges for credit toward new ink cartridges.

October's General Membership Meeting Presented by Jim Peterson and Joe Solymossy

Ronald McDonald House Charities

A very interesting program and discussion about email clients, POP3 & IMAP accounts, user names and passwords.


In a nutshell, remember your user name and your password as there will come a time when you will need them.


If you access your email from more than one device, you need an IMAP email account.


If you have a POP3 email account, you should change it to an IMAP account.


Here are some links for your reference:

www.setup-outlook.com

www.pop2imap.com

Ronald McDonald House of Knoxville Executive Director Sue Beverly presents two checks totaling $2,000 to TVCUC Director Janet Trimbath.  The funds are from RMHC Knoxville  plus a matching grant from the RMHC national organization.


The funds will be used to purchase needed replacement computer parts, supplies and ink cartridges necessary to refurbish computer systems that will be donated to area children who do not have a home computer.

TAP Donates Computer System to the 5,000th Child

The Technology Access Program, or TAP, reached a milestone on July 17, 2014 as it gave a Loudon County third grader the gift of technology. Standing tall next to her Dell desktop, Annabell Lee may seem shy on the outside, but inside, she's jumping for joy. 

"To think there are 5,000 children throughout east Tennessee who now have access to a computer, who didn't before, and still may not if it wasn't for this program," said TAP Founder and Volunteer, Warren Sanders.

Please visit the Member Services page for two articles written by Dick Schmeling: "What Windows XP users should do now" and "Malwarebytes".

Technology Access Program (TAP)

The Technology Access Program (TAP) accepts used computers, monitors, and printers for refurbishing and distribution to area families who do not have in home computer access.  Visit the T.A.P. page for more information.

MasterCraft Boat Tour.  t: The beginning of a new Mastercraft boat.  b: The deck and the hull are joined.