GUSTO! organizes intellectually stimulating activities and events through which participants can learn and share their experiences.
- Meetings are held at the church on the second Monday of the month, September through May. Morning events start with coffee and fellowship at 9:45 am and the program begins at 10 am, followed by a reception.
- Special events, including field trips, are offered at other times during the month.
People of all ages are invited to attend. Guests are always welcome.
For information, or to receive e-mail announcements of GUSTO! events throughout the year, email .
How to Avoid Becoming a Victim of Cybercrime
Monday, May 13 at 10 am
at King of Glory Lutheran Church
Hackers and scammers are actively trying to gain access to your computer and to your personal and financial information. Your family history records and your finances are at risk! This presentation will help you understand what they are doing, how they are doing it and the steps you can take to minimize the possibility that you will become a victim. Tony Hanson will be the presenter.
Tony earned degrees in electrical engineering and telecommunications and is now retired after a 32-year career with AT&T having worked in the IT, Network Support and Cellular Revisioning organizations. Much of his focus throughout his career was on maintaining network security and protecting the privacy of customer information.
He is an avid amateur photographer and genealogist. He has held numerous positions, including President, with the Dallas Genealogical Society, and he was recently elected to the Board of Directors for the Texas State Genealogical Society.
The May field trip will be on Tuesday, May 21 to the Kimball Art Museum in Fort Worth.
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