tellico village computer users club 

  Loudon, Tennessee

Welcome to the Tellico Village Computer Users Club

Important news, activities, events:

Next General Membership Meeting, May 5th, 7 pm Yacht Club.  First Level Support, Lessons Learned!  Joe Solymossy will make a believer out of you to: download, update, and run your anti virus, malware, and spyware programs.

TVCUC BOD Tuesday May 12th, 3 pm Chota Rec Center

Group Tour Schedule (for more information and to sign up for a tour, go to Group Tours page).  Next Tour:

  • May 12, 10 am, Oak Ridge Tour 3, High Flux Isotope Reactor

For Scanner information go to Member Services page.

Click on and order from Amazon Smile and we will receive a portion of your purchases at no penalty to you.  Or you can visit and search for Tellico Village Computer Users Club as your designated charity.

(Regular meetings of TVCUC are held on the first Tuesday of each month, 7pm on the top floor of the Yacht Club.  Regular BOD meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month, 3 pm Chota Rec Center, Room D.)

At our April 7th General Membership meeting Michael & Heather Phillips, Elite Technology Group presented a very interesting program on computer security & how "hackers" obtain information.

"Not just Technical Support...Technical Solutions"

Do you know your passwords?  Are your passwords safe?

Jim Peterson:

Password Safe.  I have used many others and I like this the best, and its free.

Karen Brown:

I use and recommend 1Password.  It works on Macs & PCs, plus has apps for iPad, iPhone, Android, etc.

The LH picture is the world's largest 3D printer that printed the Shelby Cobra.   The RH picture is of a printed unfinished car shell with TVCUC members.

Graphite Reactor Tour April 7, 2015

Click the link below to see the recent video about our TAP program and scroll down for a couple of behind the scenes photos of Warren and Vince.

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.