(1)If you want to get more people into your FanForce, put the link to this board in your signature (for example: "Join the Fresno FanForce at http://boards.theforce.net/board.asp?brd=10131). That way, if/when you go out into the rest of the JC, people can look at your signature and go, "Hey, I live in/near Fresno! I didn't know there was a FanForce! Let's click on the link and see what's happening." (2)Also, printing up flyers for your next meeting and passing them out in geek-friendly places like comic book and gaming stores will help get the information out to people who either don't have a computer or don't really spend that much time on the internet. (3)PLAN SOMETHING! It doesn't have to be complicated; all it takes is one person saying, "Okay, I'm going to see this movie at this time on this date. Who else is coming?" and telling the RSA about it a week in advance so they can put the information up in the FanForce activities list. If three people show up, you've had a meeting. If three people don't show up, that sucks, but plan something else within the next week or two. I would recommend planning to do something (going to a movie, dinner, coffee house, bookstore, having movie party at one person's house, etc) at least twice a month so people will have an opportunity to attend. If you have other questions, feel free to contact the RSA Obey Wann, Elan Rai, or even check out the Phoenix board to get ideas for meetings. You don't need to be a huge FanForce to have fun , but it doesn't help your case any by saying that you "suck".