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Old 06-21-2006, 04:35 PM
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HEy guys congrats on forming your chapter! If you got any questions feel free to ask.
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Old 06-21-2006, 06:04 PM
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Old 06-22-2006, 09:36 PM
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Ditto from me - it is a good start. It takes only a few members working hard to get a chapter up and running. It is well worth doing!
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Thanks *****,
I don't know if i can handle the information you can provide, i was reading the posts on web pages for chapters. I'm just figuring out how to post and reply, give me time to get my brain geared up for the other stuff, i am definetly an internet and computer neophyte.
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. . . give me time to get my brain geared up for the other stuff, i am definetly an internet and computer neophyte.
You can not do it all, so find one in your group who enjoys the compurter stuff and turn them lose. I am not building the website for our group.

One other easy suggestion, use the hyperlink feature of the signature to make it such that anyone who clicks on your saying "Pennsylvania Chapter- Just enjoying our little part of the world. " is jumped to the join chapter page. Try clicking on mine to see how that works.

There are a few of us with the same link, and the majority of our new members come to us that way.
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I like that *****, getting ready to call it a night now but i'll post to you later for more info.
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