ABOUT US AND POINTS OF CONTACT

CMUG had its inception in May 1995, and is a tax-exempt, non-profit educational organization, open to all who want to learn about their Macintosh computers and iDevices. As the world sees more people gravitate to Apple products, CMUG is a club devoted to both the die-hard Macintosh user and to those just beginning to enjoy these wonderful products.

All CMUG Classes, Mac Help, iDevice Help, and Meetings are held at Shepherd of the Hills Episcopal Church, 2540 Norvell Bryant Highway (Highway 486), in Lecanto, FL. Detailed directions can be found on the CMUG Venue page. We're always happy to see new faces!

2017 CMUG BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND PRINCIPAL CONTACTS
BILL DEAN, President billdean004@gmail.com
Vacant, VP Tech Support  
MARGOT OSBORNE Secretary mcosborne@mac.com
BYRD OSBORNE, Treasurer cmugtreas@gmail.com
BOB RUTLEDGE, Membership Chair membership@cmugonline.com
SUSAN FEARNEY, Education Chair Stf1892@yahoo.com
JO FOSTER, Scholarship Chair ohanajo@embarqmail.com
LINDA DALY, Magazine Editor cmug.mag@gmail.com

CMUG offers several classes a month, Computer/Application Problem Help and Tune-ups for Macintosh Computers, and iPad and iPhone Instruction and Problem Help for iDevices, and a monthly meeting. For more information about these activities including how to register and Points of Contact, please see our Current Month's Schedule and Description of Activities.

CMUG SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS

Since its beginning — the 2003-04 school year, Citrus Macintosh Users Group Scholarship program has been open to graduating seniors from each of the three Citrus County public high schools; Academy of Environmental Sciences students compete with their home schools. This year (2016-17), 37 scholarships will have been awarded ranging from $500 to $2,000 each; the amount has varied with the number of qualified applicants and pool of money available.

Scholarships are awarded based on civic volunteerism and leadership, financial need, and academic achievement, with consideration for applicants' post-secondary goals.

Students interested in applying for scholarships are directed to obtain applications from their school guidance department.

Through its scholarship program, CMUG is proud to help support the efforts of worthy Citrus County students to pursue their continuing education goals and career objectives.

QUESTIONS OR ISSUES PERTAINING TO YOUR MAC OR iDEVICE?

For help with technical questions or issues, please contact:

They also visit homes for instruction or technical service. If you attended a Workshop or had one of our members assist you at your home, we are glad to have helped. If you would like to show your support by contributing to CMUG, please go to our CONTRIBUTIONS PAGE and click the Donate button. Whatever the reason for your contribution, we are grateful for your show of support.

MEMBERSHIP

Membership is open to all who want to learn more about their Apple computers or iDevices. Annual dues are $20 for an individual, $30 for a family, and $10 for a student. The membership period begins on January 1st each year and dues are prorated for persons joining after July 1st.

Join CMUG If you'd like to become a new member of the Citrus Macintosh Users Group, use the ONLINE MEMBERSHIP FORM (you may also use the optional PDF download). Fill out the form and submit using the PayPal Option. If you must pay by check, it should be made out to CMUG and mailed to CMUG, P.O. Box 587, Lecanto, FL 34460. If you are already a member and have no changes in your Membership information, you may simply renew your CMUG membership by submitting a payment via PAYPAL.

MEMBER RECOGNITION / CMUG HALL OF FAME

CMUG gives special recognition and thanks to two current members and a select few burned-out, now-inactive members who worked so tirelessly to make CMUG one of the best computer clubs anywhere.