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Are they still around. The web site appears to have dissappeared.


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Yeah, still around. The Barth Rangers were recently awarded a certificate for 25 years as an FMCA affiliate.

The web site was discontinued "because of lack of usage, and to reduce costs for the club."

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Sorry Gary, As Bill H stated... they closed up their WEBSITE PRESENCE only.

http://www.barthrangers.org/

I would be willing to create a forum for them if they wanted to use it for Their Membership Only.

I wish them all well as we have many of their members here too. Hopefully one day, in the near future, our two clubs can share more things in common besides the first 5 letters of our respective names.

Here was the last posting before they closed up... They did give notice.

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Originally posted by bill h:
The Barth Rangers got a 25 year certificate from the FMCA.
Based on my math... the 25 years is up this year.


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