So sending one email every few months (if that) to all the season ticket holders is really the best we can do as a group? I know you don't get a lot of people offering assistance, but I think you know that there wasn't much being done to reach out to new people in any meaningful way. Do we even have any season goals for the group? Anything to strive for or to point to, to let members know this is an active group that cares about it's own image and growth, and therefore give them a reason to care about the group? I don't buy that for a second. How about scheduling watch parties, stupid club vs. country debates, getting pissy in game about some perceived slight from someone in another group? It came from all over but some HS members were the most vocal in pointing out differences between AO etc and the "old timers". I dealt with the politics of that from the stand each week. I heard too much "Well we're just doing our thing." Your "private" comment wasn't private, as I brought it up to you before you even told me any personal feelings on it. The conflicts of interest were obvious last year, and I don't think your position as head of a subgroup allowed you to approach those confilicts the way someone more removed from it could. Do you really felt you did your best to support and build up all the subgroups like someone who was solely interested in the total growth of the Cauldron? I was hoping to do this at our focus group meeting, and I've told you much of this off-line, but I'll try to spell out some of the basic changes that I think need to be made before next season. And that right there is a perfect example. If HS represents the Cauldron, then it shouldn't matter what group is mentioned at the top of the thread. According to you this is a Cauldron election thread, and I'm bringing up issues that I think should be considered before we do this.