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News, August 2007
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CPCUG Internet Cafe at the Fair
CPCUG volunteer boothstaffers, including Nan, greeted Internet cafe visitors and answered questions about the Internet, computers, technological change, CPCUG, and much, much more. Other CPCUG boothstaffers included Mark Mabee, Karen and Dennis Courtney, Herb Fredricksen, Mark Leymaster, Rich Schinnell, Irene and Paul Shapiro, John Sherman, Jim Short, and William Spillane.
At the right of the photo you can just see the edge of the green screen set up by members of the CPCUG Digital Video SIG. Volunteers from that group demonstrated to visitors some of the wonders of video cameras and aspects of video production and editing on PCs.
The Internet Cafe was a welcome refuge for Fair visitors, allowing them to catch a break from the August heat and get on the Internet in air conditioned comfort.
CPCUG sold 25 Entertainment 2008 discount coupon books at the Fair as part of our fundraising effort in support of CPCUG's community service projects, which include the award of prizes for students exhibiting amazing projects in computer science and related fields at science fairs throughout Washington, DC, and surrounding areas.
Photo by Rawligh Sybrant, CPCUG Digital Video SIG Member.
Dennis Courtney Thanks Volunteers
. . . a great opportunity to unload treasures, pick up some money, and spend it on other peoples' treasures!
For more information, see flyer.
CPCUG Internet Cafe
Show Special: Join CPCUG or renew at the Montgomery County Agricultural Fair and get a 13th month free!
Surf the Internet in air conditioned comfort at the CPCUG Internet Cafe at the Montgomery County (MC) Agricultural Fair in Gaithersburg, Maryland.
Get free admission to the MC Fair just for answering questions about CPCUG and helping booth visitors surf the Internet. Pick any one of the three 4-hour shifts available each day: 10 am to 2 pm, 2 to 6 pm, and 6 to 10 pm. Learn something new. Make friends. Have fun!
For additional information and to view the boothstaffing grid, visit—
To participate as a CPCUG boothstaffer, call the CPCUG office at (301) 560-6442 or send e-mail.
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