old Mangrove Mountain Fire Shed looking much the same externally
after the refurbishment of the interior. Due to Heritage restrictions,
the external appearance had to be maintained.
Except for Q&A on Thursday mornings 9:30 to 11:1130, which will continue, we are taking a break over the Easter school holidays. Classes will resume on Monday, 20th April.
You can view a schedule of classes here and you can view a calendar of the programme here.
2014 ASCCA Competitions
Deirdre Mason won Highly Commended awards for two stories in the Creative Writing Competition. You can read them and see more information on the ASCCA page on this site.
You can see the location of the Club on this navigable map:
View Mangrove Mountain Computer Club location and get
directions on a larger map.
The Mangrove Mountain Seniors Computer Club
was formed under the auspices of the Community Technology Centre at
Mangrove Mountain Incorporated t/as CTC@MangroveMountain on 25th November
This was extended to include all
members of the community, regardless of age, now recognised more
formally by the name change to Mangrove Mountain Computer Club.
The aim of the Club is to provide a relaxed
atmosphere in which members of the local community who are
interested can learn about computers and what they can do for them
at their own pace.
The MMCC has access
to the equipment and facilities that were funded jointly by the Commonwealth
Government and the NSW State Government and which are administered
by the Community Technology Centre at Mangrove Mountain Incorporated. There are 15 workstations including an iMac running both Mac and Windows operating systems.
The once-off Joining Fee for new members is $10 and the annual subscription is $10 for the full July to June financial year, reduced to $5 for January-June. The fee per class session is $6.
To pay by EFT:
Greater Building Society Ltd - BSB : 637000 Account no. : 712593482
If you are interested in joining
the Club, please contact the
Secretary, Sue Grist on 0408 895 330 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Penny Newson , TAFE Outreach,
with an attentive group learning how to scan at the refurbished Old Fire Shed.
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