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Finally, registration for FMCA’s 97th International Convention and RV Expo, scheduled for March 15 through 18, 2018, at the Georgia National Fairgrounds and Agricenter is open. Click Here to register.

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To All Our Friends in South Texas, Louisiana and Florida

Here at FMCA our hearts go out to all those who have been impacted by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. These include the area residents, victims, first responders, and citizens who have stepped in to assist their neighbors.

Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma: Looking for resources or ways you can help?

1. Make a Donation
The following organizations* are accepting donations for South Texas and Florida relief efforts.
American Red Cross: www.redcross.org (https://www.redcross.org) or call 1-800-HELP-NOW (800-435-7669). Or text IRMA or HARVEY to 90999 to make a $10 donation.
The Salvation Army: give.salvationarmyusa.orgor call 1-800-725-2769. Or text STORM to 51555.
Catholic Charities USA: www.catholiccharitiesusa.orgor call 800-919-9338. Or text CCUSADISASTER to 71777.
*Please note FMCA is not affiliated with and/or advocating these organizations.

2. Volunteer with RV Disaster Corps
RV Disaster Corps has put out a call for RVers to staff volunteer centers. Volunteers with RV Disaster Corps assist people displaced by storms and help first responders. Because RV Disaster Corps volunteers have their own accommodations, they can relocate to the impacted area without requiring scarce local housing resources. www.rvdisastercorps.org.

3. Help Evacuees Find a Safe Place
Texas: The Texas Association of Campground Owners has identified RV parks with space available for Hurricane Harvey evacuees. Visit https://texascampgrounds.com or www.TexasCabinRentals.net. It is recommended to call the parks in advance; availability may change based on current weather.

Florida and Alabama campgrounds: Information will be posted as available: www.CampFlorida.com and www.CampInAlabama.com.

Alabama state parks: Call 1-800-ALA-PARK (1-800-252-7275) for availability.

Florida road conditions: Real-time traffic information is available at https://fl511.com. Or call (866) 511-3352; in Florida, dial 511.

Member Vote: Voting Now Open

CLICK HERE to download and print a copy of the ballot.

Please note, all ballots must be sent via postal mail to: Mandel and Associates, Inc., 431 Ohio Pike, Suite 201, Cincinnati, OH 45255

FMCA Remodel

Big news! It's time to take a step in the right direction, CLICK HERE to learn more about FMCA's plans to remodel.

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By Chris Guld
Geeks on Tour

Do you have a favorite radio station at home that you miss when you’re on the road? Did you know that you can listen to just about anything you want right from your computer online?

It’s true. Hundreds of radio stations in the United States and around the world broadcast over the Internet at the same time that they broadcast over the airways. You can go to the Web site for your radio station and look for a button, or menu item, to “Listen Live.”

If you can’t find a Web site for your radio station, browse on over to a Web radio directory and look up your station by its call letters. Check it out. It puts a smile on your face to listen to the drive-time traffic report on your big city home radio station while you’re camped in a wilderness national park!

Or, maybe you don’t care about listening to live radio, but you have a particular show you like. I am a fan of “Wait, Wait … Don’t Tell Me,” a National Public Radio show that broadcasts on Saturday.

I might not think of it until the following Tuesday, but that’s no problem. I just go to www.NPR.org, scroll down until I see their list of programs in the left menu, and click on Wait, Wait … Don’t Tell Me. Then I have choices. I can listen to last week’s show, or I can listen to a past show. I can also choose to download the show as an .mp3 file and listen to it later, maybe while we’re driving.

I’ll either need headphones to be able to hear my computer, or I’ll need a connection to play the computer’s output through the radio. I don’t have a separate .mp3 player, but that would probably be the best option.
Check it out and enjoy! But if you’re using your cellular data card or a satellite dish for your Internet connection, don’t get carried away. While you’re listening, those megabytes are streaming through your connection and counting against your daily or monthly maximums.

How many megabytes? Well, that depends on the station and what settings they use. Generally speaking, you can count on 30 to 60 megabytes per hour. So, do the math and don’t get caught over your limit.

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