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BAUG get assimilated

Posted by Andrew Duffell on 23:06, 27/3/2005 | ,
The Bottisham Acorn Users Group has been taken over by Peter Naulls, and renamed Cambridge RISC OS User Group (CAMRUG) to "more accurately represent the group's location and nature".

Peter acquired the top job of Chairman, and Secretary after David McDowell stepped down after 13 years in the post at the recent AGM. David White is still in control of the club funds as Treasurer. The name change was also agreed at the same meeting.

Peter plans to bring a whole range of talks to the club in 2005, and has posted full details on the clubs new website at http://www.camrug.org.uk/.

Link: CAMRUG Website

  BAUG get assimilated
  ad (23:08 27/3/2005)
Andrew Duffell Message #93421, posted by ad at 23:08, 27/3/2005

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I'll get my coat. ;)
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