So I've noticed that we have two almost completely separate club forums: - this board on the theforce.net - our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/18350664456/ Other than Jacob and me, there is really no visible overlap between the two forums - there's a chunk of people here who don't use facebook, and most of the people who post over there don't come to the board here and post, despite our efforts to link to discussions here. While the board here is much easier to use for discussions because we have post-reply threads, the facebook group is more accessible to people looking for star wars groups (we have over 100 members in the group, though perhaps only about a dozen people actually post, vs the six or seven here) and so the newest members of the club are more active on the facebook group. Adding to this communications gap is that our top two elected club officers don't post much on either board, leaving Jacob to do most of the online coordination. Decisions are made in these forums for scheduling events, and simply posted over there. Having two different systems for communication, with the 'oldbies' here and the 'newbies' there, is not good for the long term health of this club. What can we do to help bridge the gap?