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02-12-2012 08:36 AM
nate91 Ill be at iu next year! Ill have to check back in when im there!
01-24-2012 04:08 PM
anamorph I am up here at Northwest, but HELL YA! Hope it goes through for you. You can bet if it made it up this way, you got my support.
09-12-2011 09:13 PM
Jsettles Let me know if this gets any traction> I am faculty at the IU school of nursing and new to wheeling.
09-12-2011 08:54 PM
RatherBNarizona We have one at our school. Best advice would be to get an adviser who likes to offroad, or at least supports your cause. Next is to get the word out there, such as talking to people with offroad rigs and meeting people
09-12-2011 06:44 PM
YamahaDrtRdr Thank you for your input!
09-12-2011 06:38 PM
IndyJeepMan Id be interested. Graduated college last year though but wouldnt mind helping out. Im an hour out though but sounds cool!
09-12-2011 06:21 PM
Cons_Table With my local club, there are a few things we do.
-We pay membership fees which the club decides what they are used for...charities, etc.
-Part of the membership fees go towards a membership with cal4wheel for each member, which is an organization in CA that supports and works to keep trails open for us.
-We hold a meeting once a month to discuss trips, trail issues, and anything else necessary.
-A newsletter is sent out monthly to each member outlining past trips and upcoming trips or events.
These are just a few things that I can think of that you can also consider for your club, Good luck
09-12-2011 06:11 PM
YamahaDrtRdr
Indiana University Off Road Club

I'm looking to start an off road club here at IU Bloomington. I hope to cater to not just Jeeps but all others that enjoy our hobby, or that are interested in seeing what it's about. That being said, in order to establish a club I need another student co-founder and a faculty advisor so that I can get things rolling. Anybody interested?

Also, if anybody has any experience or advice about establishing a new club please feel free to chime in.

Thanks!

Matt

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