Lake County Area Computer Enthusiasts (LCACE) Meeting

Lake County Area Computer Enthusiasts (LCACE) Meeting

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Lake County Area Computer Enthusiasts will hold a meeting on Saturday, August 17, 2019, at 12:30 at the Grayslake Area Library, 100 Library Lane. A 50-minute informational video on the technology of your computers will be shown. A discussion will follow.

A free one on one Help Desk is open to anyone from 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. before the meeting.

Lake County Area Computer Enthusiasts (L.C.A.C.E.) was founded in 1983 and is a not-for-profit, educational organization that promotes and develops computer literacy among users of all computers.

Membership in our user group provides the opportunity to "mingle" with other computer users of all levels from novice to professional.

For more information, phone club founder Dwight Johnson, (847) 623-3815 or visit click for details

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Date: August 17, 2019

Grayslake Area Public Library/100 Library Lane/Grayslake
100 Library Lane
Grayslake IL 60030

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Dwight Johnson

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A nonprofit educational organization founded in 1983, Lake County Area Computer Enthusiasts (LCACE) promotes computer literacy among users of all computers. The group provides an opportunity to mingle with computer users of all levels-novice, hobbyist, and professional.

If you are a beginner and need help getting started, many members can assist you or get the information you need to begin using your computer. If you already have some computer knowledge, membership will help you develop and expand your skills. If you have specific interests, you may meet others with common interests who are willing to share their knowledge and experience with you. For experts, the club provides easy access to a vast amount of technical information to keep you up to date.

Come to the meeting. You’re guaranteed to learn something and you can become part of this “Members Helping Members” group. Membership in LCACE is open to anyone who has an interest in computing, from novice to expert. There are neither age limitations nor geographic restrictions for membership. The only requirement is a genuine interest in computers. For more information, phone club founder Dwight Johnson, (847) 623-3815 or visit or email

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