And thanks for visiting our site.

The TUG was started by a several retired military officers in Hawai'i in September 1988. We are the oldest, continuously operating PC computer group in the Islands. Our membership is open to anyone with an interest in computers and computing. We have dues paying members on the mainland and in foreign countries. 

Dues are $20 per year and help pay for the preparation and mailing of our award winning monthly newsletter, named appropriately enough, The TUG, the website fee and the door prizes we give away at our monthly meeting.

Our Group holds the regular meeting on the first Saturday of each month. Speakers, topics and changes in schedules are published in the TUG newsletter and on this site.

The regular meeting is held at the Oahu Veterans Center in Foster Village and starts at 9 AM. Free parking. We meet for two hours. Map to the OVC is provided on the Schedule page.

If you would like to join our Group, please download an application. It's on the Home page. Mail it with your membership fee or bring to the next meeting. You do not have to be a member to attend our meetings but you must be a member in order to receive the monthly newsletter and to be eligible for our monthly drawings.

We are also a member of the international Association of PC User Groups (APCUG)

If you're visiting the islands during the time of our meeting, E Komo MaiWelcome.

Check back often to see what's on the schedule for our meetin

Lou Torraca
President Emeritus
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