SCORCC is an organization for Senior Citizens (age 55 or older) having a common interest in personal computers. After friendliness, the main quality which the members have in common is their desire to learn more about computers and the software which makes computers work. Members share their computer knowledge and experiences with newer members.
The St. Louis County Missouri Department of Human Services and the County Older Resident Programs (CORP) supports SCORCC.
SCORCC General meetings are generally held on the First Tuesday with of the month (with occasional exceptions) from 1 to 3 PM at Tesson Ferry Library. The September meeting is our annual Meetnic. The December Meeting is a Holiday/Installation of Officers luncheon/party.
The meeting commences with members Pledging Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America
Approval of previous month's minutes is called for, as published in Bits, Bytes & Bugs.
The Treasurer will then report the financial condition of the club and approval will be requested.
Next, there will be announcements and comments related to the condition and general direction of the club.
Immediately following these comments, Special Interest Group (SIG) Leaders will be introduced for the purpose of announcing their up coming SIG meeting.
Visitors will be welcomed and attendees counted.
In the event there is a featured Guest Speaker, they will be introduced. If there is time left after the Guest Speaker, the club will have a short session of "no dumb questions". In lieu of the availability of a Guest Speaker, a No Dumb Questions session will be the program for the meeting.
The program will conclude at 2:30 PM., giving members time to visit until 3:00 PM, at which time we must prepare to clear the auditorium.
The SCORCC Board meets about a week before the General Meeting, usually on a Monday from 1 to 3 pm at
the County Government Center at 4544 Lemay Ferry.
The Board reviews the minutes of the past meeting, receives the Treasurers report, authorizes the payment of submitted bills and reviews the entire operation of the Club, including the Special Interest Groups and Committees.
Club problems and new ideas are presented and discussed by Board Members in a round-table discussion. Motions are made and voting is recorded.
In event a meeting is cancelled due to a uncontrolled circumstance, the Moderator of the Month will notify the Board members of the change.
October 9th - Introduction to Picasa/Photoimpact
October 13th – Open Lab
October 23rd – Using Your SmartPhone
November 4th – Physician Portals: Help or Hype?
November 13th - Introduction to SKYPE
November 17th – All About “Apps”
December 8th – Open Lab