Indiana Fiero Friends,
Another Spring/Summer is upon us.
Personally speaking, I haven't had a chance to get my '87 GT out of winter storage yet, but I thought I'd better get an update out to everyone on where things stand.
As of this writing, there are 57 people (!) on the Indiana Fiero Club mailing list - a lot more than I expected there ever would be.
As is obvious, (especially to the folks who have recently asked to join), the website is terribly outdated.
Time. I just don't have much of it, to be honest.
I am taking any volunteers for managing the website and/or the club, in general.
It has become obvious to me that I don't have the time to maintain it, so if there is anyone who would like to take things by the reins, please let me know.
It is a shame to me to have so many people on-board and not be taking advantage of the internet site, as we should.
And as always, I will always accept donations to help keep the website online. Currently it costs me about $10.00/month, all of which I am paying for myself. (Yes, that is about $120 a year. Ouch.)
Ideally, what really needs to happen is we need to collect dues and have a board of officers, one specified to maintain the website.
All in favor, say "I".
I doubt it will happen, but I'll throw it out there, anyway.
Originally, when people would "join" I would give them an email address (i.e. - email@example.com).
Now I only give it to people that ask, simply because it is so much work.
I know that there are a couple of people waiting, so hang in there.
I would like to schedule a get-together, lunch, or drive (or all of the above), either on our own or at an existing Fiero event.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Thanks, everyone. Let's try to get the ball rolling a little more this year. I will post this letter on PFF as well.
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