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Re: OT: Breathing New Life Into An Old Club

If your club is totally stagnant it seems that some new members is about
your best solution.  Getting new members and putting them into officer
positions with existing members can get new ideas going and can sometimes
cause some sparks with the older(we do not do things that way). Every
club is so different, each have many pluses,  I try to adapt ideas that
are successful from one club and use them in others.
Motivation and involvement are probably the two key aspects in getting
everything perked up.
Some club will never improve much due a few obstinate members.      Len

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