Serving the greater Charlotte, NC metro area since 1978CACC is a free resource for Charlotte’s Apple community. Everyone is welcome!
Subscribe to CACC's updated iCalWe've received lots of feedback about how folks would like to hear about our meetings. It seems like e-mail, iCal, and the Club's site are the preferred methods, so starting in January we're going to test announcing meetings through these channels - and we will not send postcards. Please take a moment to subscribe to CACC's updated iCal calendar. Please note that if you subscribed to the previous calendar posted via Mobile Me, you should unsubscribe to ensure all dates and meeting information is correct.
Announcing the 2013 “Big Prize” raffle!Time is running out to buy a ticket for the “big prize” raffle... Don’t miss your chance!
Just about every year the club sponsors a “big prize” raffle, which is drawn at the annual social in December. This year we’re planning the biggest “big prize” we’ve had in many years: a $500 Apple Store gift card. If you’re planning to buy a new computer, treat yourself to an iPad, or just want lots of iTunes credit, here’s your chance to win a great prize that goes a long way. Tickets are just $20 each or three for $50, and you can buy as many as you’d like. In addition, you don’t need to be present when the winning ticket is drawn in order to win. Final ticket sales will be held during the December social and we’ll draw for the prize winner at the end of the meeting. How are you going to spend $500?
December 2013 Meeting: Annual SocialCACC’s next meeting will be held Tuesday, December 10 at 7:00 p.m. at Fuddruckers in Matthews, located at 1643 Matthews-Township Parkway. We’ll meet in the banquet room, and there's no obligation to order food or drink, although you're welcome to eat if you'd like.
Join us for our annual holiday social, which will include some fun discussion, lots of door prizes, and the drawing for our “Big Prize” raffle. In addition, we’ll accept nominations for our 2014 officers. We hope you’ll be able to attend!
Since 1978, CACC has been a free resource for Charlotte’s Apple community. Everyone is welcome!
Elections for 2014 Board of DirectorsWould you like to contribute to CACC as a leader on our Board of Directors? If so, we’d love to hear from you. All four Board positions are up for election. We are now accepting nominations for the roles of President, Vice President, Treasurer, and Secretary. Serving as an officer takes just a few hours each month, including time to attend club activities, manage the e-mails for your position, and think creatively about ways to grow the club. If you are interested in nominating yourself or another member in good standing for a position, please e-mail your nomination to us.
November 2013 Meeting: Mavericks - and moreThanks to everybody who joined us for our November meeting, and to August Flassig for a great overview and live demonstration of Mavericks. Mark your calendar now for the club’s annual social, which will be held Tuesday, December 10.
October 2013 Meeting: iOS 7Thanks to everybody who joined us for our October meeting, and to August Flassig for a great overview and live demonstration of iOS 7. Check out our next meeting in November.
August 2013 Meeting: “And now for something completely different”Thanks to everybody who joined us for our August meeting, and to August Flassig for a fun and interesting meeting about robotics, Siri, and Raspberry Pi. Join us in September for our next meeting.
July 2013 Meeting: iOS 7 and Mavericks PreviewThanks to everybody who joined us for our July meeting, and to August Flassig for a great preview of what to expect with iOS and OS X this fall. Join us in August for our next meeting.
Technology Learning DayWe regularly are asked how Learning Day works, and if there is a structured program on Learning Day Saturdays. CACC hosts a monthly Learning Day on the third Saturday of the month. Learning Day is an informal and unstructured session where you can drop-in and we'll help with any specific questions you have or specific topics you'd like assistance learning.
If you have questions or need help, Technology Learning Day is the place to be for one-on-one assistance! Support is available on a number of topics, so stop by a Learning Day one Saturday if you have questions, need help, or just want to shoot the breeze about Mac stuff.
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