Our Club got great exposure at the radio January 21, listen to the Interview


Our Motto: "Helping each other"

Our Club is an all volunteer Non-for-Profit organization of about 800 members.

The North room at he Education B Building while a popular lecture is held.
Click here for a tour of the facility.  
Click here for directions to our location

Our Goal

To share and teach computing information, skills and techniques in a congenial atmosphere. But, these are not our only goals, we also provide social activities and volunteer in the community.

Meetings

Every 3rd Monday evening a 7pm, the Clubs holds its monthly General Membership Meeting. We feature guest speakers, sometimes we have major software and hardware vendors demonstrate their latest products. The President will send out an email reminder each month to all member that supplied the club with an email adress.
Click here for the upcoming programs

Class Schedules

We hold up to 6 classes every day. Click here for the current schedules. There are explanation for all types of classes we hold

Prices

Membership is $30 per year and $40 for a 2 year Membership. Drop in classes are $2, and Hands-On classes are $5 per session and must be prepaid. The first time you may come as a guest, so you can check us out. Click here for a membership application

Technology

Our club is in excellent financial health, therefor we keep up with the latest computer Technology, Network, Projectors and Software. Click here for pictures of Hall and Lab

Newsletter

Our colorful monthly Newsletter, The Monitor, is published online. We print out only a few copies for our brand new members. Click here for the current Newsletter edition

Please browse the pages for the various Committees to see what all is going on:


Education

The Education Department takes care of choosing classes,
arranging for volunteer instructors and coordinating schedules.
Emails are sent out to list upcoming events or last minute openings in Hands-On Classes.

Membership

Our Membership Director Christa Ryan is coordinating all volunteer activities..
Out Social Events director Gail Hines organizes all the social and fundraising activities.

Facilities

Our Facility Director Ron Holger Bruning and his Techies take care of all hardware related activities and maintenance of all equipment.

Program
Royal Conkle plans for our monthly Membership meetings

Community Service
Our club makes donations to various other organizations for good causes.
Our Club also has members that not only volunteer to instruct, but also are willing to go out into the community and support other organizations by sharing their skills.

Communication
our Website: www.hernandocomputerclub.org
Click here to see the Monitor, our Newsletter
Joann Frucchione

Enjoy watching this little Movie: "Where is Everybody Going"
it was created as part of one of the monthly presentations

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Hernando Computer Club, Inc.
8375 Spring Hill Drive, Grace Presbyterian Church, Education Building B
Spring Hill, Florida
Tel (352) 684-7171

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Club e-mail: contact@hernandocomputerclub.org