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  palm springs macintosh

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  those new to the fabulous mac



         Our Mac User Group would like to invite all software and hardware developers who develop for the Mac to submit a proposal to give our group a remote-via-chat live video presentation of your product. We would love to hear from you. Use the contact email address at the bottom.


        The Palm Springs Macintosh User Group has been helping Mac users in the Desert Resort Cities area for about 20 years. We are a loose affiliation of dedicated Mac users who donate our time to helping each other with our computing issues.
        Our membership contains users who have had Macintosh computers for 20+ years to new members who have had their Macs for just a few days. Newbies are very welcome to attend.
        Each meeting has a presentation of software or hardware, as well as a problem-solving, Q & A segment.



    NEXT MEETING: November 26, 2013

    WHEN: The fourth (not necessarily the last) Tuesday of every month.

    TIME: Meetings begin promptly at 6 p.m. and end on schedule at 8 p.m.

    WHERE:  The new Cathedral City Senior Center located in the Community Center at Tierra del Sol, 37171 W. Buddy Rogers, Cathedral City, CA 92234. (See below for map.)

    Telephone:   Do not call the senior center for PSMUG info. If you need to speak to someone from PSMUG, send an email to the address in the contact info below and you will receive a phone number by return email.

    COST: Meetings are $2 for members of the senior center and $4 for non-members. This money goes to the senior center for use of the facilities.
    There are no membership dues for the group.

    Meetings in 2013: Mar. 26, Apr. 23, May 28, June 25, July 23,
    Aug. 27, Sept. 24, Oct. 22, Nov. 26, Dec. 24.


    1. From Hwy. 111, turn south onto W. Buddy Rogers Ave. (on the map). This is the traffic light directly across from Cathedral City Civic Center and the Mary Picford Theater, with the tower.
    2. Proceed south until "A" St. The community center is the three story building between "A" and "B" Sts. The Senior Center entrance is the double doors up a short flight of stairs (or ramps) from street level. Park across the street in the dirt lot, on "A" or "B" Sts., or in the nearby church lot.

Contact info: email: yuccavalley711 located on the server gmail period com.
The Palm Springs Macintosh User Group is a non-profit, educational group registered with

Apple Computer.
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