[ROVERNET - UK] Rover Clubs North East USA.

S Manwell s_manwell at alum.swarthmore.edu
Tue Aug 14 12:16:38 BST 2007

Hi Glen,

I don't think any options for reorganizing RSTCA have been rejected, but 
I do think that most of us are at a loss as to how to successfully 
reorganize the club after the events of last year.

I'll be in touch off line -- Rovernet is probably not the best forum for 
debating the past, present and future of RSTCA.


> The RSTCA has always been a very loosely organized operation because 
> only a handful of individuals actually wanted to take part on the 
> grinding drudgery of organizing and running a club. Getting together 
> at Rover meets and car shows is fun. All the stuff that goes on behind 
> the scenes is pretty dull and tedious, sometimes even frustrating and 
> contentious. Some months back, the handful of principals in the RSTCA 
> reached an impasse on one issue, just about worked that out and then 
> disagreed on a second issue. At that point, I registered the RSTCA.com 
> domain and moved the website to that location. That seemed high-handed 
> to some, and perhaps it was, but it seemed to me that the entire 
> organization was going down. Several people asked to have their 
> contact information removed from the website and to be disassociated 
> from the club. I later offered to reorganize the club with a voting 
> board of directors and transfer the domain to one of the other 
> principals, but that offer has been rejected, as well.
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