We are off to a great start. We are also in a good/bad situation.
The great start: we have 1,132 members so far for 2019. We had very good attendance at our first General Meeting on Feb 5, when Tony from The Magnolia Home Theater group at Best Buy came out to talk about Smart TVs and answered a number of concerns and questions members had about a whole range of things that have been problems for them. It was a very informative night.
At the March 6th General Meeting (note: Special Date not our usual Tuesday) “Cutting the Cord III” will not be the same as before. This feature presentation is a new program reflecting the latest way to help you choose how you want to save money and get more by switching from the traditional service providers to the vast offerings available by streaming—or even just getting what you want the way we used to: “Over The Air”. Your entertainment: on your terms!
Please plan on attending the April 2nd General Meeting, we will be presenting a very special program by Dr. Terry Douglass, the founder of Provision Healthcare. This is a pioneering organization helping us all find better ways to treat Cancer. This is a very special chance for us to hear about this from the man who is at the heart of it. This special evening necesitates a change in venue: the meeting will convene in the Sanctuary of the Community Church at Tellico Village.
Good/bad situation, The Good: Tap has been getting many requests for systems and potentially will hit the 10,000th child helped, probably at mid-year.
The Bad: WE NEED COMPUTERS for TAP!
We have too few computers on hand to refurbish and satisfy the community demand.
Please ask anyone and everyone—friends, business associates, places where you do business—if they are considering replacing their computers or system components, to please consider donating the old ones to TAP. We need to get the word out that a very worthy cause indeed is to help children in need of an opportunity for a better future. The future is computerized, and children need to be able to use them to be able to compete.
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