MEETING LOCATION: 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at Amherst Church of the Nazarene TIME: Doors open at 6:00 pm. We have a general Q&A session on stage from 6-6:30 pm. Programs begin at 6:30 pm
NOTE: From 6:00 PM until 6:30PM, we will be answering your computer related questions by showing them on the big screen so everyone
can learn something. We have access to both Windows 7 and Windows XP operating systems. Come early if you want to make sure
your questions get answered.
LCCUG Mission Statement
Lorain County Computer Users Group (LCCUG) is a 501(c)3
Non-Profit Organization dedicated to helping the community
become skilled with computers by providing a public forum to
educate, exchange information, share expertise, and solve
General Meetings are held on the secondTuesday of each month at the Amherst Church of the Nazarene located at 210 Cooper Foster Park Rd. in Amherst Ohio. Doors open at 6 pm. The program starts at 6:30 pm and usually
lasts until 8 pm. Meetings are open to the public, and
members are encouraged to bring a guest.
group was organized in 1990. In 2001, we became a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Dues are $25.00 per year. Each additional
member of the same household may join for $12.50 per year. To join LCCUG,
register at the next meeting you attend. If you'd like to find out more about our monthly activities before you decide to join, check out the many pages on our website.
Benefits of Membership
Besides the Newsletters, there are many
benefits of joining. The purpose of the Lorain County
Computer Users Group is to provide a forum where members can
exchange information, share expertise and pool resources to
further their skills and understanding of personal
LCCUG has one general membership meeting each month held on the 2nd Tuesdays of the month. These presentations
cover a variety of topics including program and product demonstrations by outside vendors or knowledgeable members,
a working demonstration such as on hard drives , or a variety of topics of interest to computer users.
Need Help section in Newsletter
If you are looking for an answer maybe a little quicker, then check out the Need Help?? column in
the Interface LCCUG's monthly newsletter. Here you will find a list of various members willing to
talk to you about various problems.
Just check out the times available and the topics they are willing to help you with before making your call
Problem Solving Workshop Another source of help is this workshop which is held at the Church of the Nazarene, 210 Cooper Foster Park, Amherst on the 3rd Tuesday of each month.
Here other members can bring in their computers to get help from Micky Knickman, Neil Higgins or other LCCUG
helpers with installing various components, diagnosing and repairing problems, installing programs, etc.
Almost as important, you can watch and learn as repairs are being made, so that you can do some of these things
yourself the next time you run into a problem.
Yes, a very valuable benefit is our club homepage. Here you will
find all the information concerning the monthly presentations at Gould and the various classes held throughout the
community. Often follow-up information concerning the presentations is also posted on the webpage. We are in the
process of storing many of the articles from the newsletter on the webpage also.
You will also find links to current and back issues of
the Interface, the club's monthly newsletter.
Member of Association of Computer Users Groups
Just Plain Old Good Fun LCCUG is not only about learning; we also sponsor
some activities that allow
you to have a good time. But that
doesn’t mean you
can’t take the opportunity
to ask a question or two at these fun events. We have a picnic each
usually at Mill Hollow. The club provides hamburgers and hot dogs, while
members bring side dishes.
The club enjoys a night at the theater when we buy out the house at Workshop
Players Theater in Amherst. All
who attend always have a good time.
Members spend all year collecting items that they can bring to the Christmas
party for the Chinese Raffle. Here’s
another event where members share their
food specialties and we all have a good time. Second Harvest also benefits
from this activity, since all donations collected this evening are given to them.
Plus, members get all of the following benefits:
Electronic copy of the Interface, LCCUG's newsletter
Discounts from major manufacturers set up for User Group members only.
A chance to meet many people who share the same interests as you.
Free Special Interest Groups. (SIGs), classes and workshops are available to
teach computer related subjects
Raffles, prizes, and special User Group pricing
on many products.
Assistance in making educated computer purchases.
The following sponsors have provided financial, technical, or other support for the growth
continuing development of LCCUG. Look for them each month in our newsletter, Interface.
If you patronize their businesses, be sure to identify yourself as a member of LCCUG.
club officers invite everyone to join us at our next
officers are always
working to accommodate the needs of
growing club. Anyone interested in volunteering time
please email the