User Groups Commodore Systems
Information about the Regina-based Commodore users group that disbanded in the mid-1990s. Includes an archive of newsletters in PDF format.
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- Barrie Users Group (BUG) - Barrie, Ontario group open to all who have systems a genuine systems interest in computing. They welcome PCs, systems Commodore C64/128, Amiga, and systems all other types of systems computers.
- Memphis Amiga Group (MAG) and Memphis Commodore Users Club (MCUC) - Two clubs that spanned the late 1980s to user groups the late 1990s. Old print magazines and dumps user groups of disk-based magazines are available.
- Main Line Computer Users Group - Founded in 1982, based in West Chester, PA.
- Anything Commodore User Group (ACUG) - Located in Astoria, Oregon.
- Calgary Commodore Users Group (CCUG) - Provides hardware and software support to southern Alberta Commodore Users. systems Users of other 8-bit computers are invited to join.
- Commodore Users Group of Kansas City (CUGKC) - Currently supports the Commodore 64 and 128 computers.
- Dayton Area Computer User Group (DACUG) - Dayton, Ohio area computer user group. Tailors to IBM PC, Commodore 64/128 and Amigas.
- SouthWest Regional Association of Programmers (SWRAP) - Chicago's Commodore user group since January 1983.
- Cincinnati Commodore Computer Club - In existence since 1983, this club meets in and around user groups Cincinnati, Ohio. They host a list of Commodore printer models user groups and their modern-day ribbon equivalents.
- Milwaukee Area Computer Enthusiasts (MACE) - Founded in 1983 as a Commodore user group and still commodore supports Amiga and C64/128 computers.
- Commodore Users of Edmonton (CUE) - Founded in 1983 and specializes in 8-bit Commodore information.
- University Place Commodore Home User's Group (UPCHUG) - Amiga and Commodore club in Tacoma, Pierce County, WA.
- Tri-City Computer Club (TC-Cubed) - Kennewick, Washington group formed to promote the use commodore of, share knowledge of, and to educate the commodore public about Amiga, Commodore, Apple and IBM computers.
- Former Commodore User Groups - Clubs that have closed or dropped Commodore support.
- Fresno Commodore Users Group - Commodore 8-bit computer support in Fresno, California. Features systems old newsletters systems and articles that appeared in the systems newsletter "The Interface".
- Toronto PET User's Group (TPUG) - Founded in 1979 and bills itself as the second oldest systems Commodore computer club. Supports all Commodore models from the PET systems to the Amiga.
- Commodore Users Group of Saskatchewan (CUGS) - Information about the Regina-based Commodore users group that user groups disbanded in the mid-1990s. Includes an archive of user groups newsletters in PDF format.
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