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20TH CENTURY WAGONTRAINERS
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The 20TH CENTURY WAGONTRAINERS (also known as Twentieth Century Wagontrainers or TCW) is one of FMCA's first chapters. Established in 1966, it is the 6th oldest FMCA chapter. TCW has 62 member coaches. Most members live in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Rallies are held in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware from May to October. Rallies begin on Thursday or Friday and end on Sunday. Some rallies occur at established campgrounds with hook-ups and other times it is dry camping. A hot or continental breakfast begins each day. Later on there is a social hour and either a potluck, catered meal, or entree prepared by the host. Activities can include a visit to a local festival, historic site, nature area, corn hole game, Mexican Train, or just socializing. Our newsletter "Wagon Tracks" is published 6-8 times a year. Dues are $15 per year and new members are always welcome. Come and join TCW if you are seeking camping comrades and want to visit new and exciting places in the Eastern US.

4 - WHEELERS
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This Chapter exists to promote social, recreational, and informational exchange activities which provide for the enjoyment and pleasurable use of both family member motor coaches and off-highway passenger style vehicles. We are authorized to function as an organization of families participating in the sport of off-highway motorized recreation in street legal four wheel drive vehicles, commonly referred to as 4-wheeling. Membership is limited to FMCA members who are also owners of such off- highway vehicles. (Excludes motor cycles, ATV's, side by sides, & Quads) This is an international organization covering the geographical area of North America. We support responsible 4-wheeling on established off-highway trails. We have six or more events during the year that usually last one week in various locations. At each event we have trail rides during the day led by members with easy, medium and harder trail rides each day. There are potlucks, various social activities and meetings at each event.

AIRSTREAM SOUTHEAST AND FRIENDS
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Our chapter was formed on January 21, 1989, when a group of Airstream Motorhome owners met in Orlando, FL and initiated the documentation to form the Chapter. From the initial group of 34 signers on the charter membership sheet our Chapter has grown to approximately 115 member coaches. As time changes all things, it came to pass that the Airstream manufacturer phased out the production of the Airstream Motorhome and since we, as an active FMCA chapter, desired to continue our involvement with motorhoming decided a Chapter name change was in order. The name Airstream Southeast was already well known and the addition of and Friends was proposed and at our last rally before our summer hiatus, the Chapter voted to change our name. We presently have several members with other brands of coaches and we are actively engaged in finding new members who would like to enjoy our friendly and sociable Chapter. We hold monthly rallies (usually Mon.-Wed.) from Oct. to Apr. of each year and we welcome any motorhomer who would like to become a part of the FMCA family. We publish a monthly newsletter during the rally season, and our dues are very reasonable at $10 per year. Our major event of every year has become the annual Southeast area rally during Feb each year. Our Chapter has volunteered for the last several years to be the Tram/Bus operators at this event and we hope to continue in the future. Volunteers make us all better.

ALBERTA WILD ROSE
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Alberta Wild Rose FMCA Chapter was formed in October of 1999. We just celebrated our 10th Anniversary with 41 coaches attending our fall rally. What a celebration it was! Array We hold 3 rallies per year, spring, summer and fall, also 4 newsletters are distributed annually. Also we have an informal get-to-gether in Plamosa (north of Quartzsite) every January while the RV Show is on for our members travelling south. We have members from all over Alberta and British Columbia. Our chapter is open to any FMCA members. Guests are welcome to attend our rallies to enjoy the fellowship our chapter offers. Array This chapter is noted for its Music making. We have accordions, keyboards, guitars, violins, saxaphones, banjos, trumpets, drums, vocals, etc. Attend an Alberta Wild Rose Rally and sing along - dance, bring your instruments, just listen, play games and cards or just relax. You'll have a great time! Array We welcome all motorhome folks who enjoy meeting friendly people, good food, and making lifetime friends.

ALFASEEYAS
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Greetings from the AlfaSeeYas Chapter! We have over 400 members throughout the United States and Canada. Our purpose is to promote fellowship and the sharing of information among owners of Alfa Motorhomes. We do this by organizing a variety of events, often prior to, during, and/or after FMCA Rallies and Conventions. At our gatherings we share information about our coaches and travels; frequently have "coach walks" which are like open houses where we share coach modification, decorating and customization tips; have social hours; pot luck and catered dinners; play games and join in field trips to local venues. Perhaps most importantly, we make new friends and renew old friendships, all the while gathering new and helpful knowledge about our unique coaches! Our members are kept up to date by several means. We publish and distribute to our members a quarterly newsletter "The SeeYa Connection" containing a wealth of current information, updates on new members, news of previous rallies, and a calendar of upcoming events with registration information and forms. We also have a website: www.alfaseeyas.com, that we invite you to visit frequently. Here too you will find a wealth of information including several past issues of the newsletter, chapter documents, links to additional useful websites, and a Tips and Tricks section that is great for new owners of Alfa Motorhomes! You can also download a copy of the FMCAssist Card with your FMCA number printed on it for your use and that of your family members. There are also pictures on the site of some of our outings to give you a sense of our fun! If you are not currently an AlfaSeeYas member, we invite you to join. There is a $10 one-time application fee, and then membership is only $10 per year. You will find our membership application form on our website www.alfaseeyas.com. We hope to See Ya down the road!

ALLEGHENY MOUNTAIN
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We are located in the Allegheny Mountain region of western Pennsylvania. Our season begins with a spring dinner and a rally in May. These are sometimes combined into one weekend. Our rallies are held once a month May through September. The membership is made up of both retired folks and working families with teenagers. Membership is restricted to motorhome owners only. It is a varied group with many years of experience and expertise. Our rally usually consists of a light Friday evening dinner, sometimes over the campfire. Breakfast together Saturday and Sunday mornings and a pot luck or out to dinner together Saturday fills the weekend. Dues are $10 per year and usually a weekend rally fee of $5 - $10 per coach. Camping fees are extra. We camp locally and have traveled to Ohio and New York. Touring of the rally area and fellowship are the two most enjoyed past times of our group. We are a friendly close knit group, come join us!

ALLO QUEBEC
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The Allo Quebec chapter was established in 2000. Our chapter name means "Hello Quebec" in French. We say Bienvenue - Welcome to all francophones and francophiles. Join the Allo Quebec chapter to enrich your life with new friendships and enjoy the joie de vivre. That said, you don't have to live in Quebec or speak French to join, but proceedings are mainly in French. Efforts are made to ensure that RVers who speak only English are able to follow and have fun. We often welcome these brave souls to our rallies, and they always have a good time in spite of the language difference. The Allo Quebec chapter meets twice a year, in June and September, with Rallies running from Thursday through Sunday. Virtually all of them are held in full-service campgrounds and include catered meals and lots of fun and games, as well as an evening of dancing. No need to be a member of Allo Quebec to attend. We'd love to have you join us. And as a matter of fact, you may have already met some of us if you've attended the FMCA NorthEast Area Rally. Every year, Allo Quebec members volunteer to drive the golf carts that shuttle guests around the rally site. Array Array Array Array

ALPINE COACH ASSOCIATION
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The Alpine Coach Association is an FMCA International Area chapter open to all persons who own or have previously owned at least 1/3 of an Alpine Coach. It is also open to other coach owners, regardless of coach owned, who are nominated by an ACA member in good standing. With approximately 300 members nation-wide, the ACA exists to promote social, recreational, and informational opportunities while promoting fun, fellowship, and friendship among coach owners. We do this through rallies and sharing of information among ACA members. We also maintain the largest technical library on Alpine Coaches in the nation. While the majority of our members are Alpine Coach owners, we also have owners of Foretravel, Country Coach, Newmar, Monaco, Beaver, Entegra, Winnebago and others. Contact us, come to a rally as a guest, then join us after you see what a great organization this is for coach owners of all types.

ALPINE COACH EAST
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The Alpine Coach East chatper members own or previously owned a motor coach manufactured by Western Recreational Vehicles or any RV as defined by FMCA Bylaws.

ALPINE COACH NORCAL
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We are a predominantly an Alpine coach club but other motorhome brands are more than welcome. We currently have just over 40 families and an average of 10- 15 coaches at a rally. BUT you must be an FMCA member to enjoy camping, fun, activities, food and cocktail hour. We normally schedule 4-5 outings a year, most are Central/Northern California area, however depending on things to do or festivals going on we have scheduled outings in Southern California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada and Arizona. A camping committee will usually set up a campground and date, then ask for a member to host. The member will then schedule activities, sightseeing tours, food weather its pot luck, catered, reservations at a restaurant or if everyone is on their own, it all depends on the member. Or, if a member has a particular location they would like to have a rally at, that's even better. In short, if we sound like a club you might be interested in please feel free to contact us.

ALPINE SOCAL
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Alpine SoCal is open to all owners of any model of Alpine motorcoaches that reside or spend considerable time in southern California or southern Nevada. We hold 4 weekend rallies a year that are primarily within the area we draw from, plus one week-long rally in a location that is outside of our area. We do have members who live in neighboring states that don't mind the travel to our rallies. Our membership list is at 70 families and we typically have about 25 at each of our rallies. Array We are a brand specific club, which is very important now that we have lost our manufacturer. Our members really help each other with fixes and upgrades on our coaches. If you open a bay door and look like you are tinkering, you will quickly have at least 5 guys there to ask if they can help...true story! So come join our fun group!

AMATEUR RADIO
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Our International Amateur Radio Chapter of FMCA is unique because at least one person in the Family Unit is a HAM. Our Newsletter, The Transmitter, is published quarterly. Our Chapter has the ability to communicate through our Amateur Radio Nets, a week-day 20-Meter Net and a Tuesday night EchoLink Net. These are open nets and we invite any properly licensed Amateur Radio operator to check-in! We hold one or more Rallies each year with Amateur Radio and RV-related door prizes. Current annual dues are $15 with an additional $10 charge for receiving The Transmitter issues via USPS. For more detailed information or a membership application, visit our web site at http://fmcaarc.com.

AMBASSADORS, THE
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The Ambassadors chapter members are from the state of California, in FMCA's Western Area.

AMERICAN COACH CHAPTER OF FMCA
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Our group started in 1993 with the first Rally in Gatlinburg, TN. We have over 350 members and we welcome American Coach owners from all over the United States and Canada. American Coach Heritage, American Coach Eagle, American Coach Tradition, American Coach Dream, American Coach Allegiance, American Coach Revolution and Limited Motor Coach. We have either one or two pre- rallies a year, and then caravan as a group to the FMCA Convention. Array One of the most important benefits of belonging to our club, aside from lasting friendships, is service. We are so lucky to have the support of Fleetwood-American Coach attend our rallies with their expertise and well trained technicians. Array Please feel free to visit our website at: www.acc-fmca.com Array Check out our Board Page, as a member of the Board we are available to answer any questions.

ANASAZI
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We accept all types of recreational vehicles. The ANASAZI Chapter, founded February 1, 1997, is made up of members from the greater Phoenix, Arizona area. However, we do have members as far away as Clarkdale and Yarnell, Arizona. Named after the Anasazi Native Americans who once inhabited Arizona, the chapter starts its rallies in September and winds up the camping season in May. The rallies are held the first weekend of each month and we usually travel within 2 hours of the Greater Phoenix area; although, we have gone as far as Wilcox and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon in the past. We have at least one rolling rally each year in which we visit 3 to 4 destinations. Come with us to enjoy the camaraderie, exploration spirit, and our primary goal of having a good time. Our club has a broad base of interests but on occasion our members have been know to sit down and play games and enjoy the bounteous food at our rallies. If this sounds like you please join one of the most fun and dynamic FMCA clubs in Arizona.

ARCTIC TRAVELERS
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The Arctic Travelers chapter gathers its members from the state of Alaska, and beyond. They function in FMCA's Northwest Area.

ARIZONA
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We accept all types of recreational vehicles so come along with us, once a month from the second full weekend in October through April. Our annual dues are $15.00, due by December 31st. Once there you will enjoy many activities, games, good food and share time with congenial fun loving people. Check out our newsletter and much more information on our web site, azfmca.org, for a peek at what we did last season. Most of our members are from the surrounding Phoenix area, however we have some from as far south as Sierra Vista and as far north as Sedona., plus we have Snowbirds from all across the USA. We are part of the Rocky Mountain area that encompasses 6 states and enjoy going to the Ramble. Our Arizona Chapter was founded in 1968 and we just celebrated 50 years. We are one of the oldest chapters within FMCA and currently have 72 family rigs. So, come along and join us for fun in the sun and find out why we are one of the largest and fastest growing Chapters in Arizona. Amigos del Camino " Friends of the Road.

ARKANSAS TRAVELERS
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The Arkansas Travelers accept all FMCA members. We meet 6 times a year. We have our rallies in the months of April, May, June, September, October, and November. Right now we have 49 member families. We love getting together and seeing different parts of the country. The rally hosts plan where we are going and what we will be doing. Sometimes crafts are planned and usually after dinner at night, some will play cards or just visit with each other. There are always things for everyone to do. Our club has been in existence since 1973 and our dues are $30 a year. We always have a great time together with lots of laughs, stories to tell, and we all love to eat. Whether you've been in the club for years or just joining, we are all one big family. We welcome you to the Arkansas Travelers.

B. C. BUS NUTS
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The B.C. Bus Nuts are a group of 45 units. We have two rallies a year, normally in B.C. We usually have about 20 units at each rally. We were formed by a group who had highway coaches that had been converted into motorhome, and we still have about 10 bus conversions. We whould love to have you as a new member, and our dues are only $10 a year. We would love to hear from you!

BADGER
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We welcome all FMCA members! The Badger Chapter has been rallying for 52 years since 1966. We have 135 active members from Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Indiana, Nebraska, Kansas, Alabama, South Dakota, and some full-timers. First year dues are free but $10 is required for the Badger Chapter Membership Plaque for your coach. After the initial first year, the dues are $15 per year. Name badges can be purchased, your hats, shirts, sweatshirts, and jackets can be embroidered with the Badger chapter logo. We generally have 3 to 4 rallies a year in various parts of the state with 35 to 50 member RV units attending. Rally fees are generally $125 to $140 for Thursday through Sunday noon including some group meal(s). We try to do group activities and tours of the area as well as free time to explore on your own. Tours could incur an additional fee. We have a catered dinner with entertainment, one or two breakfasts included with rally fee. We also have a potluck or other type of gathering to promote fellowship and to play games or chat. We send out 2 or 3 newsletters a year via email or regular mail as well as posting on the Badger web site. Array Array

BAY AREA TRAVELERS
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We are the Bay Area Travelers or as we call ourselves the BATS - a chapter of the Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA). Most of our members live near the gulf coast of Florida, Alabama, or Mississippi. We hold three-day rallies six times each year and usually camp within a half day travel time radius of Pensacola/Mobile, but occasionally BATS may venture beyond that limit for something special! Array Our BATS website has more information about us including back-issues of our newsletter. Array You are welcome to come as a guest to one of our rallies before joining us as a member.

BAY TRAVELERS
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Owners of motorhomes or towables are welcome to join Bay Travelers. Array Club members say this is the friendliest FMCA chapter in the eastern US. They should know; some of the third generation members have been camping together since the mid 70's. At the monthly rallies, the stories never stop, the advice is always plentiful and attendees often lose track of time as happy hour fades into seemingly endless pot luck dinners prepared by the many great cooks in the club. Rallies are scheduled throughout the Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia area, and are often planned around local events including festivals, flea markets and car shows, etc. Rallies are typically small affairs, with eight to twelve coaches participating. Fees are usually less thaan $25 for a weekend, excluding travel and camping costs. Array Don't be left out of the fun, join now. The club is limited to 50 members. Contact steve.saneman@gmail.com for more information about the Bay Travelers. Dues are $10 annually. Members receive chapter news in their newsletter, Traveling On, which is issued monthly from February through November.

BEAT THE ODDS
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Most of the members live in California, but we do have some members in other states. We have two rallies a year (at this time both rallies will be in Laughlin, NV) and February and October. They are midweek rallies lasting four days, and children aren't allowed in the Casinos. The dues are $10 per year, and badges are extra. They have a welcome party, a slot tournament, Bunco, and an Awards Banquet at both rallies.

BEAVER & FRIENDS SECURITY VOLUNTEERS
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We are looking for members that are interested in helping FMCA with security during the 2 National Conventions a year, one in the spring and one in the summer. We also have premier parking where we are all parked together if you sign up for 30 AMP, and at the same time having a GREAT time with fellow FMCA members having social gatherings each night of the rally, meeting new friends and reaquainting with old friends. Come join us for a "Rip-Roaring" good time.

BEAVER AMBASSADOR CLUB
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The Beaver Ambassador Club (BAC) has been an International chapter of the Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA) since 1983. Members located throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico, are owners and former owners of Beaver motor coaches, and owners of other diesel coaches who are recommended by a BAC member. Array he general purpose of BAC is to promote fellowship and cooperation among family motor coach owners, promote and provide rally activities for BAC members, and conduct other functions for and on behalf of BAC members for their common benefit. The BAC website: http://beaveramb.org contains details of BAC rallies in the club publication known as the Beaver Tales, and the Forum where members of BAC ask questions and share information on the care and operation of their motorhomes.

BERNIE & RED
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The Bernie & Red Chapter in the Northwest Area of FMCA is a group of FMCA members that are fans of Entertainers "Bernie & Red". Bernie & Red travel the RV circuit during the winter months and entertain at various locations throughout Texas, New Mexico and Arizona. We hold two meetings a year; one in Yuma, Arizona, usually in February and one at the FMCA Northwest Area Rally in June. Array Contact information: Bobbi Radford, President, cooper.radford@gmail.com

BIG E, THE
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The Big E chapter is comprised mainly of people living in southern California but there are several from northern California and one from Canada. Our Northern members try to attend the WMHA rally in Indio every year in January and we meet and caravan into the fairgrounds so we can park together. Array The chapter was originally sponsored by Executive (Big E) Motorhome Inc., and when they quit sponsoring in 1980 we kept the logo to mean everybody welcome. We are 25 motorhomes strong and go out each month on a Monday and return on a Thursday. Our rallies are usually within 150 mile radius of Pasadena, California, with an occasional trip planned at a greater distance. We have been to Gold Beach, Oregon, and are planning a return trip to Tombstone, Arizona, in May 2010. At the rallies there are many things to do. Besides having the best food there are golfers, horseshoe players, card players, crafts offered, and the wagonmaster tries to find something of interest in the area that we can investigate in our cars. Some people do not bring cars and we share rides so that everyone can join in. Collectively our members have approximately one thousand years of camping experience and when someone is having a problem with his motorhome there is usually someone there that knows what is wrong and what it takes to fix it. Sometimes fixing it on the spot! If you live in our range and would enjoy being in a group of fun-loving campers please join us for a rally or two and check us out!

BIG SKY FMCA
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The Big Sky Chapter of FMCA is a social chapter chartered in 1989 to provide Montana FMCA members an additional way to enjoy RVing. Those FMCA members from neighboring states and provinces who wish to join our chapter would also be welcome. We generally have rallies in June, July, August and September over a period of four days/three nights in an area where local events/celebrations/festivals are happening. We have great times, so come join the fun!

BLUE BIRD
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The Blue Bird Chapter of FMCA is committed to promote good fellowship and cooperation among members of the chapter. Our mission is to represent the members as a group and promote their best interest as owners of a Blue Bird coach; to preserve the traditional values and ethics of the members of the Blue Bird chapter; to promote and encourage rallies, meetings, seminars, classes and information exchange; to facilitate the best possible use, operation and ownership of a Blue Bird motorhome coach; and to promote and encourage all members of the chapter to take appropriate actions that are in the best interest of the chapter members and to truly establish A Family of Friends.

BLUE WATER RV'ERS
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We have 30 members, or 30 coaches in our group. We schedule our outings on the second week of each month- April thru October. We try to stay 100 to 200 miles around Michigan and Northern Ohio. Although our get-togethers actually are Friday thru Sunday morning. Some of our members come earlier in the week. We also usually meet for lunch once each month from November thru March for the non- snowbirds. Array We always go to Berrien Springs in May, as that is the Great Lakes Area Spring Spree. Array Our group is mainly retired, and a few that are close to retiring. We have been together since September of 2002, and sure have a great time. Array You are welcome to come and visit us for one of our outings. If you are interested, please make reservations one month in advance. Array Looking forward to meeting you at one of our rallys.

BLUEBONNET TRAVELERS
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The Bluebonnet Travelers are in FMCA's South Central area, with a focus on Central Texas.

BOUNDER-ROOS
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The Bounder-Roos chapter of FMCA was recognized as an FMCA Chapter at our formation meeting in Redmond, Oregon on 8/12/10 with a charter membership of 208 members from 37 states and 2 Canadian Provinces. Our chapter has been placed under the International Area of FMCA. Roos membership continues to grow since we became certified. Bounder-Roos chapter is limited to Bounder Owners only, gas or diesel coach of any age and those Bounder owners that enjoy rallies, interaction with other Roos with goal of being entertained and having fun. We have a full slate of 9 officers which includes President, Sr. Vice President and three regional Vice Presidents. This gives us ample help in staging two formal rallies each year and informal gatherings at each regional and national convention. We are setting up an interactive website to field Bounder questions and interaction between Bounder-Roos members. We welcome all Bounder owners and encourage you to go to visit our website, look at where our formal rallies are planned, examine our work to date, download an application and send in your low membership fee of $15 to be a member. If you are a Bounder Owner, try us and you will love us!

BUS 'N' BIKERS
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The Bus 'N' Bikers chapter is an International Area chapter, with focus on those members who share in the love of bus conversions and motorcycle riding.

BUS N USA
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The Bus N USA chapter is an International Area chapter, whose members' focus on the western USA.

BUSSIN' BUDDIES
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The Bussin' Buddies chapter is authorized to function in FMCA's Northeast Area, and its members have a focus on busses.

CALIFORNIA
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California Chapter (CCFMCA) is the fourth oldest chapter within FMCA and the first chapter west of the Mississippi. We were chartered in June 1965 by a group of 36 motor homes. At one point our Chapter had over 1,600 motor homes. Over the years a lot has changed and there are now over 52 chapters in California alone. We are celebrated our 50th year in 2015. Array We usually have five to seven rallies a year and they are typically held on the third week-end of the month. Our rallies start on Thursday and end on Sunday. We go as far south as San Diego and north as far as Buellton. Our average attendance is about 32 coaches. Array Our Chapter also hosts one of the largest Chapter rallies in the Western Area. It's called Oktoberfest and is held at Golden Village Palms in Hemet. This rally is loads of fun and we invite other FMCA chapters and/or members to join us. Some of the events are: brats, beer, wine, soda on Friday & Saturday, seminars, vendors, crafts, catered meals, live evening entertainment and dancing, $250.00 blackout bingo, games and much more. This rally is held the first week-end of October each year. Array This Chapter has a membership made up of wonderful people. These are the folks that you love to sit around a campfire and swap stories with, or enjoy an early morning cup of coffee. These are the kind of people that makeup our Chapter, and this is where lifelong friendships occur. We invite you to join us.

CALIFORNIA CAPITALS & BAY AREA LINERS
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The primary objective of CCBAL is fellowship, comradery, and to socialize with others who have the same and or similar interest in RV'ing. Our objective is to bring recreational vehicle owners together to foster and develop recreation socials and perform charitable activities and conservation projects. We have a great time together while out and about. We pride ourselves on the fact that our club members make the club what it is, and the club belongs to its members. We believe and practice open communication for the sole purpose of working toward the aforementioned common objectives. At the present there is a membership of forty one coaches, who are from Northern and Southern California. Members are from all walks of life and faiths but all have a common bond and thats the joy of RV'ing. Members come together once a quarter for outings. The CCBAL has something for all RVer's. If you are looking for a RV family, come to an outing with the CCBAL. Outings consist of casino resorts, fishing, golfing, luxury resorts and just good clean fun. CCBAL has some excellent cooks who don't mind sharing.

CALIFORNIA COACHES FOR CHRIST
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The California Coaches for Christ chapter members enjoy a mutual interest in the Bible, Christian camping, fellowship and service.

CALIFORNIA COASTERS
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California Coasters is a chapter of FMCA centered in the tri-counties of Ventura, Santa Barbara, and San Luis Obispo along the Central Coast of California. The chapter typically holds ten outings a year to promote fun, friendship, and sharing among the membership.

CALIFORNIA FMCA HMC
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The California FMCA HMC chapter is comprised mainly of people living in southern California. We do have members in Nevada, Arizona, and Oregon. Array We currently have 56 members. Our rallies are mostly in southern California but we have made occasional trips at a greater distance. We usually have 4-5 rallies a year and play games, play cards, have pot lucks, breakfasts, catered meals, and do take side trips at a rally to see special sites at that location. These side trips have included the JPL Satellite Tracking facility in Barstow, CA, Death Valley, the wine country, the USS Midway in San Diego, CA, and the Blue Angels in El Centro. Every year in January we all try attending the WMHA (Western Motor Home Association) in Indio, CA, where we volunteer to do tables and chairs and we park together inside the fairgrounds. Array Please join us for one of our rallies, check us out, and if we aren't what you want, you don't have to join us. If you do join us, you will find our members become family and many long lasting friends are made.

CALIFORNIA HEARTLAND
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The California Heartland Chapter members are from central California.

CAMPING SQUARES
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Hello FMCA members! Camping Squares is a 51 year old camping club that is excited to expand their membership as a new FMCA Chapter. We want you to join us as we begin this new adventure, along with all the amenities and benefits FMCA membership provides. This is where you will make new friends, learn new activities, and share common interests. Each month from September to June, we meet in various locations in Southern California, usually on weekends. We have a monthly newsletter we send out to all members and guests prior to the outing. We enjoy local attractions, table and outdoor games, BBQs, shopping, and an occasional, casual short square dance. Our annual membership dues are $35.00 due in the fall of each year. We'd love for you to attend one of our rallies as a guest to see if you'd like to join our ranks. We are a friendly bunch loking for new members who enjoy "Glamping." By the way, some of us have dogs! For a reservation contact: Lorna & Gary Fields, Membership, 714-357-1652, lorna200@verizon.net; Mary Ann & Joe Kenny, President, 714-803-0497, dingy 3816@gmail.com; Cheri & Mike Root, Wagon Master, 714-64-3639, lou2@abcglobal.net; or Janie & Rick Moore, Vice President, 714-306-2007, janie.littman@gmail.com.

CANADIAN NORTHERN LIGHTS
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Our Chapter exists to promote social, recreational, and informational exchange activities which provide for the enjoyment and pleasurable use of family member recreational vehicles (RVs). We like to get together in small towns, visit their local restaurants, tour their facilities to gather information, and even love to visit their yard sales and flea markets. We have members from all of Manitoba, Saskatchewan as well as some from our sister group in the US called "The Ramblin Nodaks." Our dues are minimal per year, but you must be a member in good standing with FMCA to join. We try to get together several times each summer. Most are "hosted" with organized tours, entertainment, games, etc. Some are "not hosted," just a casual weekend with a great group of friends. Either way, you are welcome to try us out, participate in what you choose or do your own thing. No worries, no stress, just a casual get together,

CAN-AM NORTHWEST
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The CAN-AM Northwest chapter members have a mutual interest in motorhoming at KM Resorts of America, its affilates, and/or drawn from the Northwest Area of FMCA.

CAPE CODDERS
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The Cape Codders chapter was chartered in July, 1977. We now have over 200 members. Most live in the New England area, where we have our rallies. We enjoy RVing and getting together cooking and just having fun. We have about 8 rallies a year, starting in April and ending in October. A lot of our rallies are by the ocean beaches which have a lot of points of interest and attractions. Ex. Newport, R.I., Cape Cod Canal, Salem, Mass., Mystic Seaport, CT, and more. A lot of our members are handy and help each other out when we are not cooking and eating. Array We welcome new members. For more information visit our web site .Come join the fun. We are a very friendly bunch of RVers.

CAPITOL
DESCRIPTION

CAPITOL is one of the oldest chapters in the Eastern area, having been founded in October 1968 and officially chartered in 1969. Their members live in the District of Columbia, Delaware, Maryland, Northern and Eastern Shore of Virginia, Eastern West Virginia, Southern New Jersey, and Southern Pennsylvania. Rallies, typically held in the same states and attended by 15-25 RV's, feature local attractions, lots of food, fun and warm friendships. Rally fees, which exclude individual campsite costs, are kept to a minimum. Membership dues of $15 per year help support special events and multiple forms of chapter communications that include their monthly newsletter, their chapter website, and their Closed Group on FACEBOOK that is only accessible by members. New members are always welcomed. Array CONTACT INFORMATION: Rodger R Mills, 717 Maiden Choice Lane, ST-103, Catonsville, MD, 21228 Phone: 410-660-0189. Email: storymills@comcast.net Website: http://www.capitolchapter- fmca.com

CAPROCK CRUISERS
DESCRIPTION

The Caprock Cruisers chapter members are from Northwest Texas and the Oklahoma Panhandle area.

CARDINAL VIRGINIANS
DESCRIPTION

The Cardinal Virginians chapter generally covers Virginia's Interstate 81 corridor and its surrounding area, although we occasionally hold rallies outside of Virginia. We hold monthly rallies from April to October, and have a Christmas party in early December. We enjoy our early evening 'Happy Hours,' touring the local countryside for wineries, antique shops and festivals, and we dine out together at least one night every rally. Our group is fairly close-knit, but we always enjoy new faces and members that will share our love of camping. So feel welcome to join us anytime. Array

CAROLINA CRUISERS
DESCRIPTION

The CAROLINA CRUISERS chapter has more than 200 members and most are residents of South Carolina. 25-75 coaches attend the weekend rallies scheduled each year in February, April, June, and September. The average rally fee is $75 excluding campsite expenses. One of their largest rallies is during February at Lazy Days near Tampa, Florida. Other rally locations are in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. Each December, members gather together for a holiday luncheon in Columbia, SC and a poinsettia is presented to each lady. Rally activities include games, tours, entertainment and providing community service. Chapter dues are $10 per year with an initiation fee of $20 for new members. T-shirts with the chapter logo are available to members. The chapter welcomes new members.

CAROLINA GUROOS
DESCRIPTION

The Carolina Guroos chapter members are from FMCA's Eastern Area, with a mutual interest in RVing and fellowship.