Quad-Cities Computer Society.


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Quad-Cities Computer Society: Over 30 years of "Members Helping Members"

Beginning informally with eight Osborne computer owners, the Quad-Cities Computer Society has grown by absorbing other area computer clubs and has evolved into the region’s oldest computer support group...an educational, non-profit, all-volunteer organization.

Organized in 1981, the club specializes in computers with the Windows operating system, and members have helped each other solve frustrating software and computer hardware problems for more than 30 years.

As your computer use broadens, you’ll have questions on how it operates, how programs work, and how to use your machine more efficiently. You can get the information you need in our Special Interest Groups (SIGs) and through interaction with the other club members.

Our volunteers and members are always ready to help. Join us, won’t you?

Call Judi at 309-314-1780 for more information.

More About Us:

The Quad-Cities Computer Society is an Iowa non-profit organization for charitable, scientific, and educational purposes primarily to educate the public on personal computers and their uses.

Our newsletter is mailed free of charge, in printed form, to libraries and educational institutions. If you are a staff member of a library or educational institution within the United States, please contact us on how to be added to our mailing list at no cost.

The Quad-Cities Computer Society is recognized as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable and educational organization by the IRS. Our organization is listed as non-profit on the Iowa Secretary of State website. Search for #150976 at the following URL: http://www.sos.state.ia.us/search/corp/(S(3tjxtguupxe51m45lmioxnn1))/corp_summary.aspx

The Quad-Cities Computer Society hosts several special interest groups including Digital Media, Genealogy, Beginning Web Page Design, MS Office, Networking, the Internet, and the Windows Operating System. A Beginner's user group also meets each month just prior to the organization's general meeting.

Link to a PDF copy of the Q-C Computer Society Bylaws.

QCS founding members, Delores and Bob Lay,
are shown in this Quad-City Times photo
from September 1996.

Link to the QC Times article in PDF format

You can contact us by e-mail at theqcs@mchsi.com or by mail at the following address:
 
Quad-Cities Computer Society
% Dave Tanner
3449 - 52nd Street
Moline IL 61265-6624
 

Site links:

Home - About Us - QCS Application form - Why Join?
General Meetings - Events and General Meeting Presentations

SIG Information/schedule - Monthly Calendar of SIG Events
FYI: Computer Tips - QCS Volunteers
Map to Butterworth's Education Center
Q Bits Newsletter Archives
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