All are Welcome to attend our monthly meetings! (Meetings are not held May through September)
The PC Rams Computer Club, Inc. is a Florida state registered nonprofit organization dedicated to providing an educational forum to disseminate information about personal computers and related subjects. Information is shared with members and the community at large in order to support and encourage computer education in our community. (Some of our members hold basic computer courses sponsored by the Senior Center as a way to give back to our
The meetings are held at the North County Senior Center, 5217 Northlake Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 and inquiries can be made by telephone to the center at (561) 694-5435
The computer club meetings are held monthly on the first Tuesday of every month at 3:00 pm except during the late Spring and Summer months. All meetings are always open and free to the public as part of our commitment to community service.
HEADLINE: Come Join Us!
The community spirit of people helping people always brings lasting joyful experiences as we share our knowledge with one another. Whether you are a computer novice, an expert or just trying to figure out how to make your stubborn computer do something you need; this is the place for you. Working with other club members eventually becomes the most valuable benefit of membership.
Bill Proesch & Lee Keller were the Co-Founders of PC Rams Computer Club in 1989
When Palm Beach Lakes Community High School opened in the late 80’s, it was a new facility that included modern computer labs. The Adult and Community Education Department Assistant Principal, Randy Davis wanted to include computer classes in his adult education offering through the Community School but lacked the instructors to get started.
The PC Rams Computer Club was organized by a small band of bulletin board system (BBS) users who responded to a meeting announcement to gather at Palm Beach Lakes Community High School on April 26, 1989 for the purpose of forming a new PC Users Group. The recently-opened school was seeking a pool of talent from which to hire instructors for its adult education computer classes and a deal was struck to allow the new club use of facilities in exchange.
The name was chosen in a free-for-all meeting with many suggestions, combining our interest in the PC with the name of the school’s mascot RAMS.
Incorporated as a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, the Club was independent of the school while working hand-in-hand with them throughout the 90’s before moving on to another location.
Bill Proesch – Jupiter, Florida
Our New Officers for 2023:
Jack Firestone Previous President email@example.com
Marc Martin Program Chairman firstname.lastname@example.org
Bill Proesch Member-Emiritus/Historian email@example.com