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Events   Events : SCCAN meeting - March 9
   posted by RobertB on 3-Mar-2008 22:22:24 (1395 reads)
Hi, C= and Amiga groupies,

The next meeting of the Southern California Commodore/Amiga Network (SCCAN, formerly CAN) is this Sunday, March 9, from 2-4 p.m., in Castaic, California. (If you need the exact address, shoot me a message.) After this meeting, we are going to a bi-monthly meeting schedule, the next one being the second Sunday in May.


At the last meeting, we examined the insides of an Amiga 3000 and an A1200, the latter needing major rebuilding.

SCCAN webpage still not ready,
Robert Bernardo
speaking for SCCAN


    

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