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Technology

Technology Club

The Technology Club is here to provide support for using technology.  If you have questions, wish to learn, or can supply help for others, please come to a meeting or help session.  The information is on the activities page.

Donations

The cost of printer and lab supplies are continuing to rise.  These costs may stretch the tech club finances. If you receive help or you just feel generous and you would like to make a donation click on this link to donate.

The Technology club will continue holding help sessions the second and forth Sundays at 2 pm in the craft room.  We offer members help with their technology (phone, laptop, tablet etc.).  We can also help with using the equipment in the Tech Lab.  We also ask anyone that would like to help others, attend as well.

There are several new resources that can be accessed  on the resources page.  These are learning programs that include many technology subjects. Click on the icon to go to the site.  Try them, they are free.


 

Input from our members is vital in keeping the club worthwhile and help meet members' needs.
Please attend our monthly meetings or contact the Tech Club board or tech team with any concerns or suggestions to inprove our club!

General Information

Forms associated with the November tech talk TAX PLANNER & EMERGENCY INFO Tables HERE

 

To watch the Cutting the Cord Tech Talk go to YouTube / Presentations and click on YouTube Icon.

TECH TALK: In March, Marie Van Huis will discuss using the internet for stock market investing.

  Go to Meetings page for more info.

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As a service to Sunflower residents we advise you to be aware of multiple scams that have cost money and worry to some of our neighbors. With new technology called artificial intelligence a machine can call you with the voice of someone you know as ask you to rescue them by sending money. Or you may get a text message, email or phone call from someone who claims to be calling from your bank or credit card company asking you to verify your password or account information. A caller may threaten to turn off your utilities or services if you don’t make a payment over the phone. Other scams ask you to buy gift cards with the promise to pay you back (which never happens). These scammers play on your kindness or fears – don’t buy into it.

These are just a few of the scams out there.  Here are some links that cover other scams and ways to avoid them.

FTC consumer advice 

IRS Tax scams

Facebook scams
Social Security Scam Alert

 

SCAM Information Links

There will always be a link to our

current Newsletter from the President.

There will also be a link to the Sun Catcher article

Our Activities

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Monthly Meetings

Information meetings open to all residents
and also online via webcast

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Computer Lab

Computers, printers, and a scanner are available
to members (password required)

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Device Help

Twice a month informal help sessions

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