Monday, 25 November 2019
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Whether your club focus is social interaction or working to save your favorite wheeling area, members are what make it possible. It starts with membership in a local club centering on a shared goal. Soon, you find that others share common concerns about their area of interest and you begin sharing information. You have started "networking", the basic building block of a creating a coalition.

Networks, or coalitions, are devoted to increasing participation by people sharing similar views on issues they face. If you want to have an impact on these issues at any level, local, state or national, answering the questions listed below will help you to achieve your goal. You can do this as a citizen, as a member of a club, as an employee in a business, or as a member of a trade or professional group. The starting point is less important than your willingness to reach out to find and accept others who share your goals and objectives.

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