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The Columbus Computer Society was founded for the purpose of formal and informal education, and to provide an opportunity for computer users to exchange ideas and experiences.

CCS Election Committee
Qualifications Requirements:
  • Must be a CCS family member in good standing
  • CCS Officers running for re-election not eligilible
  • Must be willing to post phone number and get email
CCS nominating committee for the next June election.Let one of the nominating committee members, who are listed below, know of someone (perhaps you!) you think would serve on this Committee or as an officer - President, Vice President, Secretary, or Treasure beginning in July. The nominating committee members will contact those people to explain the duties, responsibilities, and amount of time required for the position and to find out if they are interested in serving in that capacity. There are experienced people to help new leaders learn "the ropes." At the May General Meeting, we will be presenting your email nominations and be accepting nominations from the floor. In June the candidates will be voted on via the CCS web site and mail-in ballots. The winners of the election will be announced at the June General Meeting. Your questions and nominations are welcomed.
Please send all E-Mail messages to:
Scott Sharkey Election Committee Chair
James A. Bartos
Craig Wright

CCS is always looking for ways to improve the service that is offered to its members. E-Mail us your comments, feedback and suggestions for a new class! You may also leave a voice mail at 614-273-0530. Mail your comments to: Columbus Computer Society P.O. Box 44069 Columbus, Ohio 43204-0069.
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