PSGBOA has a new website which provides a new look combined with a better user interface, on-line registration capability, and space for member pictures in addition to the forums and information available on the previous website. Equally important, the new website updates the backend software and management to make it easier to maintain. We are excited about the new features and hope that you will take the time to browse through the site, participate in the forums, and add some pictures of your boat and boating adventures.
In addition to the physical changes to the website we also have new volunteers working on the site:
Tony Ward-Smith is retiring from the PSGBOA Web Editor position after many years of service. As many of you know, this is a challenging and largely invisible job (and all voluntary). Tony has kept our website running and up to date even when he has had to push hard to get information. He has put in countless hours, is always ready with ideas, and has been a huge supporter of the PSGBOA over the years. We are looking forward to seeing a more relaxed Tony out cruising in the future. Please extend a giant thank you to Tony Ward-Smith when you see him.
Kim Nance is taking over the position of Web Editor and with the help of Web Design by Steve, has already successfully tackled the tough job of re-designing the site and putting it onto a new server. Many of you met Kim while she was in charge of the Potluck dinner at last year’s rendezvous. She brings wonderful enthusiasm, skills, and organization to the PSGBOA. She is anxious to hear your ideas and comments.
Please make use of the website; browse, communicate, participate, contribute, become informed. Let us know what we can do to continue to improve the website to effectively support the PSGBOA.