About the Boone County Community Network
The Boone County Community Network (BCCN) is a non-profit, 501(c)(3), organization composed entirely of volunteers. Our purpose is to provide easy access to on-line information for and about Boone County, Indiana.
The BCCN board meets quarterly. All are welcome to attend!
Originally formed in 1995, BCCN was part of the original Access Indiana project (initial funding for the project came as a grant from Access Indiana), and the Indiana Community Networks Association. The first website was brought online in 1996 and hosted by the Boone REMC. Shortly thereafter, BCCN purchased its own server. Our original mission was to be a host for community information in Boone County; to help establish public access sites for citizens in Boone County; to partner with the Boone County schools to help provide access to the Internet for educational activities; to host local government, library, school, and non-profit organization web sites; and to help raise the technological literacy of the citizens of Boone County through classes and presentations. All of these activities were carried out by volunteers. BCCN conducted many technology classes and presentations throughout the county, and hosted and help develop sites for non-profit organizations, libraries, school systems, and government agencies (county and muncipal). As those organizations and agencies acquired their own resources, they moved their sites to their own servers.
Today, BCCN volunteers continue to provide hosting, email lists and technology resources and assistance to non-profit organizations, libraries and government agencies in the county.
For more information, contact a member of the BCCN Board of Directors or write or call BCCN at:
Boone County Community Network
PO Box 451
Zionsville IN 46077
, Vice President/Webmaster, at 317-873-8726
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