Ranch News


Welcome To Our New Website

Thanks to Andy Meng, the owner of Infront Webworks, our new website is up. While Andy is the creator, I am the one maintaining it, therefore, please be a little patient with me while I try to get up to speed with the maintenance tools.

Cutover Issues
The site name and domain will remain the same, so if you have links or shortcuts they should continue to work, however, we will need to have you register (again) when you log into the new site for the first time. To do this, just click on Member Registration (last link under ?In the Website?, the first section of the column on the left side.)


Click on Member Registration to register

This will be a onetime registration and it is necessary to help us minimize our exposure to hackers and spammers. Since each registration will need to be reviewed and activated, there may be a delay, especially when we first launch, so please be a little patient during the cutover.
Look it Over

Please take a look at the site and give us some feedback (it may take a little while to get back to you, but I will try.) I apologize for the late launch, I had to go out of town for a few days and I was unable to get at the information I needed to get us started.

I think everyone will be pleased with the new approach and the ease of use that will come along with the new site. We are working to make the transition as smooth as possible. One of our objectives is to make the newsletters easier to access and thereby, be able to convince more of our members to opt for receiving the newsletter by downloading it from the site. We had the option in the past, but many people had difficulty accessing and/or downloading the newsletter with the old site. If enough folks are willing to send us an email electing to receive the newsletter via the website, it could result in some pretty significant printing and postage savings, as well as giving folks the benefit of the color text and photos in the newsletters. If after you have had a chance to look at the newsletter on the website, you would be willing to be removed from the newsletter mailing list and utilize the online newsletter, we need to have you send an email (to comply with state law) to rorahoa@ghvalley.net stating that we may remove your name from the hardcopy mailing list. We will then add your email address to a list that we notify by email, each time we post a newsletter to the website.

Tom Wells

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