By LISA GRAYBEAL
Staff Writer, Waynesboro
WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Waynesboro is entering the high-tech world with its own computer club and online service.
Dubbed WACO by its founders, the Waynesboro Area Computer Organization began more than a year ago when the creators of individually owned and operated computer systems - known as bulletin boards - decided to combine forces.
"One of our goals is to become a resource center for technology in Waynesboro," said club President Mark Wray, who quit his job in highway inspection in West Virginia to develop his bulletin board system and the computer organization full time.
A $1-a-month membership fee entitles club members, including people and businesses who have modems, to download all four bulletin board systems for free.