Since KEGS beginnings in 1996 we have had a lot of wonderful involvements and experiences with our members and community.
Below is some of our history and community involvement.
1. In 1999 KEGS recognized the opportunity to further assist our community by enhancing a computer training lab at the North Bellevue Community & Senior Center. Using totally donated equipment and volunteer time, KEGS designed, built and installed a state-of-art computer training lab valued at $95,000.00.
Please visit our open letter of thanks to the original 1999 computer lab contributors.
At the beginning of the Fall 2002 class sessions, the records show that 509 individual students had received training in the new facility (many of those students having attended multiple training sessions).
KEGS continues to be responsible for administration and upgrades in the lab. Recently KEGS negotiated the donation of over $27,000.00 of current software needed to upgrade the lab to today's standards.
Please visit our page that identifies who contributed to our 2002 Lab Upgrade.
2009 - THE COMPUTER LAB MAKES BIG CHANGES
In October of 2009 the North Bellevue Community & Senior Center converted it's large dedicated computer lab to a more flexible portable computer lab consisting of all wireless laptop computers and equipment on a private wireless network. The NEW LAB can now be used virtually anywhere in the building and the new equipment is capable of supporting all the latest software requirements.
Visit the Parks Dept. WEB page for the North Bellevue Community & Senior Center Select Bellevue and type in the keyword "computer" to look at all the computer classes that are offered by the parks department at this location.
2. In 2003 KEGS was given the opportunity to also support the Friends of Youth organization by taking on the administration of their computer lab located at the Kirkland Teen Union Building. Friends of Youth is a great community service. Here's a link to their web site: http://www.friendsofyouth.org/
Visit the Parks Dept. WEB page for the Peter Kirk Community Center Select Kirkland and type in the keyword "computer" to look at all the computer classes that are offered by the parks department at this location.
In the old days – some of our members would do software & product reviews
Click on this keg to see a few that are still on the website