25 years of Maryland Apple CorpsMUGdinner 10.3

The Maryland Apple Corps was formed almost concurrently with the release of the Apple II computer. Near the end of 1977 a small informal group of 10 to 12 computer interested people began to meet in order to share their interests in their Apple computers.

  • See iMovies from this event: CLICK HERE
  • See photos from this event: CLICK HERE
  • Maryland Apple Corps' photos: CLICK HERE
  • See Richard Taylor's video: CLICK HERE
  • See MUGOne's photos: CLICK HERE
  • Dave Zeiler's Baltimore Sun Interview with Steve Wozniak from this event
    PART 1: CLICK HERE
    PART 2: CLICK HERE
  • Fred Showker's Anti-SPAM campaign presentation: CLICK HERE
  • MdAC President, Arno Drucker discusses MD25MD on The MUG Center's User Group Report: CLICK HERE

THANK YOU for what was a very exciting event presented in cooperation with The Mid-Atlantic Macintosh User Groups Team (MaMUGs):

After 25 years of their great service, we are proud to announce the next MUGDinner: MD25MD! MD Apple Corps is having this once-in-a-lifetime event and sharing it with the Macintosh Users Group community. Please join us in applauding the work of one of the longest running Macintosh User Groups in the United States?

Special guests, wonderful food, great prizes and user group leaders from around the region along with our own members! A great opportunity to share ideas, see some great presentations, prizes and just have fun! Please join us for this once-in-a-lifetime chance to meet some very special people and to share this wonderful time with The Maryland Apple Corps!

When: Sunday, June 1st, 2003, 1pm
Where: Baltimore, MD USA
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The Maryland Apple Corps
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Please note: RSVP and tickets are REQUIRED in order to attend. No walk-ins allowed. Seating is limited so be sure to order now. We want to be able to accommodate everyone so get your tickets today!


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