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24 - 29 June 2013
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Hello and Welcome,
Details of next week's meetings are below.
Tuesday 18 June - Seniors - 9:30am for 10:00am - 12:30pm
At this meeting Bob Backstrom will discuss encryption and provide a short introductory description of the popular encryption program "TrueCrypt".
Members will also have an opportunity to discuss their favourite programs as well as participate in a question and answer session. 
Tuesday 18 June - Genealogy - T. Eakin - 12:30pm - 3:30pm
Terry Eakin, who has recently returned from a trip to Ireland, will talk about online research undertaken from home in Ireland at this meeting.  In the process he will expand on his last month's discussion about the new databases that are available on the Internet.
There will be a question and answer session for members at the meeting.
John Mathews
Next week is Consumer Fraud Week - time to have a look at SCAMwatch

ASCCA's June newsletter is now available here.

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