Jim Marzano, a BCUG member and SIG coordinator, asked if we could announce something about the following at the MacWaves meetings. Jim volunteers for a non-profit organization called Family Resource Associates (FRA) in the Tech Connection group. Tech Connection volunteers prepare used computers, both Wintel and Mac, for distribution to disabled people. Tech Connection needs volunteers who can work with Macs, mostly the hardware - troubleshooting, installing, etc. - to get the computers in working order and then load applicable software. People have donated Macs, and there's a backlog because they don't have enough Mac technical expertise to get them worked up to distribute.
FRA is located at 35 Haddon Ave. (near Rte. 520 and 35) in Shrewsbury. Tech Connection volunteers meet most Friday afternoons, sometimes Saturdays. Anyone interested in volunteering or knowing more can call Jim, 747-6125.
If you register online before June 19, you can get a FREE pass to MacWorld Expo exhibits. The table below list priority codes that you can use, pick one that is appropriate (if in doubt, select MacWorld magazine).
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