Category Archives: Chapter Newsletters

The FMCA Western Area Chapters post their newsletters or links to their newsletters here. Please note that chapter info and websites (if available) are linked to in the left menu over there on the Western Area Chapters pages – if you don’t see a particular chapter newsletter here, look for it over there.

The Dolphins Chapter joins Western Area

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The Dolphins, a National RV interest chapter has elected to move to Western Area affiliation. “A proposal … was presented to move our FMCA Chapter from International (INTO) to Western. After a lively discussion the club voted to accept the proposal as our membership feels a closer affiliation with the Western Area.”

Welcome!

And Dave Barr the President of The Dolphins chapter reports:  “I received a call today (11/3/15) from The President of FMCA Western Area to welcome the Dolphin Club into the FMCA Western Area. He is looking forward to meeting all of our Dolphin Club Members at upcoming rally’s. Our next Western Area rally will be at Indio, California.”

Here’s their latest newsletter: Dolphin-Splash-Newsletter-2015-11
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Golden Spike Newsletters

The Golden Spike Chapter interest is railroads, and our venues are riding them. We normally cover the western states when we venture out for our rallies. Our members consist of Santa Fe families, others that worked for the railroad, and those who like model railroading. Most of our members just like to ride railroads and learn the history of them. If you are interested in joining us in the future, please contact our president listed below.   Contact: Daniel St. John F421001 Phone: 530-820-1100, 530-277-0686

October 2015
June 2015
January 2015
November 2014
September 2014
June 2014

Southwestern Bus Nuts Newsletters

The Southwestern Bus Nuts, Inc. is a Chapter of the Western Area of Family Motor Coach Association, Inc. The Southwestern Bus Nuts, Inc. celebrated their 30th Anniversary in September, 2007.   The Southwestern Bus Nuts, Inc. Chapter was originally started as a conversion of busses. Now, most of our members own manufactured coaches. However, we still have some members who are converting their busses into motor coaches. We have approximately 200 coaches in our Chapter.

Newsletters  “The SWBN Gazette”:

February 2016
September 2015

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April 2015
January 2015