tellico village computer users club 

  Loudon, Tennessee

Welcome to the Tellico Village Computer Users Club

NOTICE

Revision to the TVCUC Bylaws

REQUIRED MEMBERSHIP VOTE

FEBRUARY 7th TVCUC GENERAL MEETING

 

A revision to the Bylaws will be presented to the Membership for approval at the February 7th, 2017 General Membership meeting.  This revision is the result of the recent changes to the Articles of Incorporation, adopted on September 6, 2016, which requires minor changes and additions to the Bylaws.


View the proposed Bylaws revision - CLICK HERE

View a "markup" showing the changes to the current Bylaws - View MARKUP

Contact Vince Alline at [email protected]  with any questions or comments on the proposed Bylaws revision.

As promised at the December 6th Membership Meeting,
here is a link to the
Cell Phone and Tablet 101 Presentation

Recent group tours...

On Thursday September 15, several TVCUC members attended a tour of the MasterCraft Boat Manufacturing Facility.  The guide was Phil Walker and he took us all through the stages of hand building a $100,000 boat.


For more information about tours, visit the Group Tour Page

The December 6th General Membership meeting drawing winners were . . .

From left to right: Debbie Musson, Pat Schwartz, Eileen Hambrecht, and Carol Rosentreter

General Membership Meeting June 7th, 5:00 pm and it was a picnic!  The weather was perfect, the setting superb, and no one left hungry.  Thank you from all of us to John and Eleanor Kish for chairing this TVCUC event.

August 18th Graphite Reactor tour group with Bob Filip.

On Tuesday September 13, TVCUC members attended a seminar at the ORNL Climate Change Science Institute. The presenter was Dr. Rich Norby and his presentation was on the Project AMAZON FACE. This study will assess the effects of increased atmospheric CO2 on the ecology and resilience of the Amazon Forest.


For more information about tours, visit the Group Tour Page

Cord cutting is a bigger bargain
than ever.....

 

Cable TV apologists keep offering the same tired defense against cord cutting. When will they learn?  Read the complete story here:
http://www.techhive.com/article/3116329/streaming-media/cord-cutting-is-a-bigger-bargain-than-ever.html

May 3rd Program, "Cutting the Cord"  Alternatives to Cable Television.

“Cutting the Cord” Alternatives to cable, satellite & more.  Program (from left to right) by Gary Robertson, Gary Nye, David Crowden & Jim Foss.  A recent Money Magazine Article discusses various ways and reasons to "Cut the Cord".   Our May 3rd program presented two case studies by Tellico Village residents and their experiences.  Click here to review the entire slide presentation.  Gary Nye can be contacted at 865 408.9995.

TVA River Forecast Center

On Tuesday May 3, 2016, members of the Tellico Village Computer Users Club participated in a tour of the TVA River Forecast Center. It's amazing how the TVA monitors and manages to control flooding in the Tennessee River Watershed covering in parts of seven states. This center is staffed around the clock, 365 days a year with one primary goal in mind: to keep us safe from a flood.

Our tour guide was Charles Chappell, pictured near the wall of computer monitors. We want to thank the TVA for their cooperation in this information presentation, we all enjoyed it and learned about the measures that the TVA uses to protect us. The TVA mission is to; control floods, support water navigation, provide energy, water quality, economic development and water recreation. All this at no taxpayer expense, it derives all its revenues from the sale of electricity!

Joe Michniacki
CUC Tour Coordinator

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FYI:
  • For Scanner information go to Member Services page.
  • TAP (Technology Access Program) accepts empty ink cartridges, computers, monitors, and printers for refurbishing and distribution.
  • Bring your usable equipment to TAP, 244 Lakeside Plaza, Loudon, TN 37774.  (Ritchie Rd - intersection #10, Lakeside Plaza Bldg 2, lower level under the former Grinderz.)
  • TAP is staffed by volunteers so call ahead 865 332-5313 to make sure there will be someone to receive your donation
  • Sign up for Tour(s) on the Group Tours page.