July 13, 2017 – PICNIC! In Freedom Park

Picnic !

July 13, 2017
Freedom Park picnic shelter
Serving starts 6:30 pm
Members and guests: $10 each
Children under 6: Free

Don’t forget our world-famous BBQ picnic in a this week! (I promise this is the last nag – until June 2018.)

Please indicate that you’re likely to come on the spreadsheet at https://goo.gl/yudPw7. Reservations are not required. If you find you are available at the last moment, just show up and join us!

Don’t get lost. We hope to again use Shelter #3 near the Mahlon Adams Pavilion off Lilac Rd. If we discover on Thursday that it is occupied, we may change the location as late as 5:30 that day. Be prepared to check for late changes at https://goo.gl/xp3eEW.

Tip for finding us: Install the app what3words on your phone to pinpoint our location. You can then transfer the location to your favorite GPS app for directions to the table. Try it out! Follow the links in the document at https://goo.gl/xp3eEW.

Bring your family or a friend. Only you need to be a member and guests are the same low price. (Don’t be afraid of the motorcycle gang – they’re expected. Maybe they’ll give rides to the pretty ladies.)


More on Do Not Call

Attorney General Stein announces Do-Not-Call share.

Release date: 6/6/2017 (Submitted by Maryanne Dailey, PCCC)

RALEIGH, NC |  Attorney General Josh Stein today announced that North Carolina will receive $18.6 million as a result of a lawsuit against Dish Network related to its violations of Do-Not-Call laws. North Carolina entered into the lawsuit against Dish Network with three other states and the federal government. This is the largest do-not-call related penalty ever obtained.

The do-not-call registry was created to prevent this type of aggressive telemarketing, said Attorney General Stein. My office will bring action against companies that try to circumvent these laws and contact people who have signed up for the registry.

In total, Dish Network will pay $168 million to the federal government and $112 million total to North Carolina, California, Illinois and Ohio. North Carolina will receive $18.6 million, a portion of which will go to North Carolina schools.

(Commentary by Bill Barnes, PCCC)
When the callers snub their nose at Do-Not-Call, here’s another idea to cool their methods and get even while you’re at it: read more: https://goo.gl/jVWda4.

Dues
All members’ dues have expired and will need to be paid in July. You can pay at the picnic or by PayPal, USPS, or at the August Meeting.

Checks to:
PCCC or Personal Computer Club of Charlotte

Amount:
$20 single / $25 family

Mail to:
Bill Barnes, Treasurer
2522 Country Club Ln
Charlotte, NC 28205

PayPal:
Send to: Treasurer@pc3.org

However you pay, please be sure to include in your name and email.
Thanks


Don’t forget ! The July Picnic is at the
Shelter #3 in Freedom Park
Join us for some BBQ and more at 6:00 July 13.