What is the Kansas Good Sam Chapters?
The Kansas Good Sam Chapter is the State organization, affiliated with The Good Sam Club, for Recreational Vehicle (RV) enthusiasts. Kansas Good Sam Chapters consists of 4 Areas comprising a total of 26 local chapters
What is the structure of the Kansas Good Sam Chapters?
The State Committee is made up of chapter presidents. There is a State Director appointed for a two-year term by the International Good Sam Club from the recommendation made by chapters throughout the State. The State Director conducts the business of the State Organization and organizes new chapters within the State. The State Organization holds one Rally each year, which is in the fall. The business of the State Organization is conducted at the Rally.
Who can be a member of the Kansas Good Sam Chapters?
Membership in a local Good Sam Chapter in Kansas automatically makes an individual a member of the Kansas Good Sam Chapters. In order to join a local Good Sam Chapter, you must be a member of the Good Sam Club. Information about the Good Sam Club can be obtained by visiting their web site. After touring our site please visit Good Sam Club.
Why should you belong to a local Chapter?
The Good Sam RV club got its start in 1966 when a handful of RVers put Good Samaritan bumper stickers on the road and in campgrounds on their rigs so fellow members would know they could get help on the road. From this small Club we grew. In the early days, Good Sam Members spread the word at RV parks and other Club events. Soon everyone wanted to know how to get a Good Sam “smiling face” decal.
You should belong to a local chapter for the fun, fellowship, games, travel, eating, craft, love of the outdoors, camping, etc. A chapter is made up of a varying number of rigs. The individual chapter decides on the number. Chapters support each other by having monthly camp outs, or during winter months, having dinner meetings. They camp together and support each other when there are problems. Local chapters have vests in their chapter colors, patches, etc. The more who are involved, the more things you can do. Many chapters support local charities; most all the chapters support Kansas Specialty Dog Service (KSDS) in Washington, Kansas.
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