A BRIEF HISTORY OF KITSAP COMPUTING SENIORS

 

Our Mission

To enhance Kitsap County residents knowledge, skills and enjoyment of computers and technology

 

Rampton Harvey founded Kitsap Computing Seniors (KCS) in early 1992.   A "Letter to the Editor" in the local paper received 27 responses, so Ramp and three others began the task of forming a club for various computer activities.

 

The club was incorporated with the State of Washington and for non-profit status. Pope Resources generously donated funds for start-up costs and for State and Federal filings.   KCS is chartered as an Educational organization.

 

It was decided that a Board of Trustees would govern the club, that the Trustees would elect the officers and that monthly general meetings and board meetings would be held.

 

Right now we have around 200 members, with some members added every month. There is no age limit

 

Annual dues are only $20.00 per year.   Members receive our monthly newsletter, THE KCS NEWS, online; it carries items about computers as well as club news.

 

E-mail list servers offer an opportunity for members to share questions, problems and solutions and to discuss topics of mutual interest online.

 

KCS offers computer-training opportunities and sponsors several Special Interest Groups (SIGs).   We look forward to continued growth and development.   For more information please contact:

KITSAP COMPUTING SENIORS

P.O. BOX 3166

SILVERDALE, WA 98383-3166

 

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