Meeting dates are posted the meetings page and are announced regularly in local area newspapers. As well an automated reminder is sent to everyone on the Loop (more info below).
The Hunterdon Computer Club meetings are open to the general public at no charge and all interested parties may attend on a walk-in basis. Meetings are usually held on the 3rd Saturday of each month at the Hunterdon Medical Center, Route 31 North, Flemington, NJ. Meetings start at 9:00 am, refreshments are served followed by an open Q&A and then the presentation in the auditorium from about 10:30am to Noon. The meeting date changes some months to accommodate holidays or Medical Center activities.
908 437 8785
The Hunterdon Computer Club is open to all levels of computer users and computer systems. The club has beginners as well as professionals in the field and aims to share experiences and help at meeting and via on-line services such as the blog and the help loop.
There are no age or experience qualifications for membership. We have members from age 10 to 85, with systems from antique PC’s to Pentium, using WIN 3 x, WIN 95/98, NT, Me, XP, Vista, Linux, MAC’s and anything new that turns up. We especially welcome people new to computers.
Many members have a strong pursuit of digital photography and video.
As well members follow a policy to provide volunteer efforts to the community.
Membership support efforts of the club as well as provide refreshments for the open to the public meetings.
Dues are $25 a year, $30 for a family. Checks should be made payable to HUNTERDON COMPUTER CLUB and brought to a club meeting. For mailing contact the club officers at a meeting to obtain a mailing address.. Check History to find out more about the Club.
Computer Volunteers Project
The club’s ongoing Computer Volunteers Project is a service project offering free help with computer problems to non-profit agencies within Hunterdon County.
Yahoo Groups (The Loop)
Requires a paid up membership to the club. See John Gbur for info on getting set-up.
Over the years the club used various means of electronic communities. This started in the days of modems and BBS (Bulletin Board Services). The first services was hosted by Jac Carroll and called Midnight Madness. This gave way to the internet and we maintained a moderated email system. We called it the loop. Eventually we moved to Yahoo groups that is both a group discussion forum and email system. Members can post questions about their computers and have other members participate in getting answers.
Follow At Linked In
If you want to link professionally with other club members or wish to enhance your Linked Profile, follow the club’s Linked In Page Linked In
Web Site Blog
The club web site is blog based. Paid members may become subscribers to the site and post comments. Members with club responsibilities or are club writers can additionally post new messages or maintain web site pages relevant to their activity.
The web site has run since the 1990′s. The club domain name was originally captured by Bill Woodall who first provided the club’s hosting service. Paul Glattstein was the first web master creating the club web site content. He performed this service through 2007 when the site was transitioned to WordPress as a blog format. Lon Hosford currently provides the hosting service to the club.
Click on the links below to view digital photographs from HCC meetings and other club related events.
11/2008 - Club photos are now at http://picasaweb.google.com/hccphoto10