The Gateway Computer Club meets on the third Wednesday of every month at 7:00 P.M. at the Caseyville Township Building in Fairview Heights, Illinois. (directions). Meetings consist of a short business meeting, questions and answers, and a demo or presentation. Demos and presentations usually cover topics suggested by our membership. Our newsletter keeps members apprised of up-coming events.
The Gateway Computer Club is a not-for-profit organization of like-mined computer users, who meet to share their knowledge, and experiences. Club member's experience range from relatively new users to many old pros. Our club members enjoy many benefits.
Guests and visitors are also welcome. If you are interested in finding out what we are about, please feel free to attend some our meetings and get to know us. After all, that is how we attract new members. If you would like to visit us click here.
The club maintains a growing library of CD-ROM's covering HOW-TO's, and tutorials on various computer related subjects. Club members may purchase these disks for one dollar each.
Members also receive our monthly newsletter, Bits and Chips. This "official publication", created in 1985, is used to keep members informed and amused. The newsletter is delivered monthly via email to your computer.
The membership is $15.00 per year.
The Gateway Computer Club is not associated with Gateway Computers or any other hardware of software company. We are interested in all computers and software. Most all of our members use PC's. Most all run some form of Windows, but you will find a few who are familiar with some other stuff too.