tellico village computer users club 

  Loudon, Tennessee

Last meeting, next meeting, and news about TVCUC.

General Membership Meeting December 2nd, 7:00 pm, top floor Yacht Club.

"Telling our story via our website."

Phil Cozadd, Webmaster Tellico Village Computer Users Club

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

Congratulations to Joe Solymossy.  Outstanding Individual Award by Tellico Village Property Owners Association Honor Awards Luncheon November 19, 2014.

Joe has been a member of T-BART since 2006 serving in a variety of leadership positions, he is in his third term as President of our Computer Users Club, and he serves as Chairman of the TVCUC First Level Support team.

Joe is also President of the Tellico Village Retired Military Group, a member of the Tellico Cruising Club, a former Director and Vice Chairman for the Child Advocacy Center, a volunteer at Ft Loudoun Hospital, and President of the US Naval Academy Alumni Association.

The November 4th general membership meeting featured annual reports from TAP, Education, Grants, Mac Users Group, Membership, and Group Tours and the election of officers and directors for 2015.  Please welcome for next year:

  • Joe Solymossy, President
  • Dean Miller, Vice President
  • Jean Dowd, Treasurer
  • Kathy Economy, Secretary
  • Bob Mugge, Director at Large
  • Janet Trimbath, Director at Large

And Jim Autry and Warren Sanders who are continuing Directors at Large for the 2nd year of their two year terms.

Behind the scenes: Tombras filming for a future presentation about our TVCUC TAP program. 

Honda Distribution Hub, October 30th

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

Ronald McDonald House Charities

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.

Technology Access Program (TAP)

The Technology Access Program (TAP) accepts:

  • empty ink cartridges
  • computers
  • monitors
  • and printers

for refurbishing and distribution to area families who do not have access to an in home computer.  Bring your usable equipment to TAP, 244 Lakeside Plaza (Ritchie Road, lower level of the 2nd building below Doug's Place).  TAP is staffed by volunteers so call ahead, 865 332-5313, to make sure there will be someone to receive your donation.