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Pikes Peak Computer Application Society was established in 1981.
It is a 501(c)(3) organization,the purpose
of which is to promote the use of computers and educate and assist
members in the use thereof.
Membership is $12 per year for individuals ($18
for a family membership).
In return you receive the following:
at monthly meetings.
Q & A sessions
at these meetings to help resolve member's problems.
Inclusion in the drawing
for prizes at these meetings.
12 issues of the groups
monthly newsletter, Bits of Bytes.
Access to the software library of shareware and
public domain programs.
The P*PCompAS Web Site is maintained using Adobe's
The group meets on the first Saturday of each month
at the Springs Community Church located at the corner of Lexington
and Woodmen. The meeting begins at 9:00 am. The featured presentation
begins at 11:00 am. Coffee and doughnuts are available. At the
end of the program there is generally a drawing for computer
related prizes. We also have a monthly Social Breakfast on the
third Saturday of the month at 8:00am at the Country Buffet at
801 North Academy Blvd.
The next P*PCompAS General
Meeting will be on Saturday, April 6th, at 9:00am. The program
will be "How do Hackers Hack."The next P*PCompAS
Social Breakfast will be on Saturday, March 16th. Hours are 8:00am
to 10:00am. Location will be the Golden Corral, 1970 Waynoka
The current issue of "Bits of Bytes" is available for