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Old 09-16-2005, 09:06 AM
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This forum is for residents of the Mid Atlantic region; Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Washington D.C. to post regional concerns or questions.
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I live in Maryland, like my user name says. I really don't get on line a lot, but what kinds of things are going on? Any truck shows coming to the Maryland area anytime soon? I'm actually interested in older trucks/cars.

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i'm from way upstate ny. adirondack mts. i'd like to see this thread jump. i for one will start recruiting if thats cool w/ the admins. & mods.

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Hello all i am from New York City area,havent been to any meets yet but def. want to so keep me informed if there are any.If anyone up in poconos area this weekend which would be the dates of 10/6/05 till 10/10/05 i will be up that way.But def. how to meet up for few meets.
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How do I start a new chapter, such as an MD chapter??????? thanx
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hey tractor i posed the same question, no answer yet. If you find out first let me know, if i find out i'll clue you.

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thanx soondg, will do
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Hey Tractor,
Saw your post elsewhere, shouting back at you. Still waiting for response sent e-mail to moderator, watch it be something real simple like looking it up on home page for instructions. Wouldn't i feel like a real DUH!
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yeah, there is actually a post on how to do it, I found that out the other day I'll post the link if I remember how
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This is the link that tells you how to start a chapter:

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