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Terry Warren ponders the best setup strategy Don Baker setting up his Klassic Specialties paper exhibit The SCOUG museum took an entire wall. Each piece of paper describes a month of SCOUG's past activities.
Dave Watson sets up his travelling road show A monitor is an important part of any travelling road show Tony and Dave continue their discussion of printers
Dave Winter and Tony Butka discuss the latest in color printer technology Mark, Tom and Terry figure out how to install a few OS/2 games Stan Shantar from Orange Hill Software discusses some of Rover's latest features
Lunch before the crowd Lunch was one of the more popular exhibits!
Stan and users continue to discuss Rover The exhibitor were busy talking to the many interested OS/2 users The guests listened anxiously as Rollin described they day's activities
Peter Skye gave a very popular presentation on Win32-OS/2
Don Baker gave a presentation on getting the best results from your Inkjet printer Don Baker - Mr. Paper, Paper, Paper
One of our younger guests taking a moment for lunch Mark Abramowitz and his son Robby take break from the activities to pose for the camera. All of the presentations were well attended
Carla is "all smiles" because everything is going so well Kim Cheung discusses his experience with Network Computing SCOUG presented each of the three SCOUG Presidents with beautiful SCOUG clocks
Randell Flint gave a great presentation on the future of OS/2
The last stop for the SCOUG museum was the Open House and the Open House CD. Bob Strader greets a few guests
Dave Watson's Internet presentations were captivated the audience Gary Granat gave two presentations on REXX libraries The Microsoft CD proved challenging
Chris Burke demonstrating financial trading with OS/2 Guests discuss which presentation to attend next
At the end of the day we had a huge raffle for door prizes. Every watched on anxiously