The Club House
Registration Form

One Time Only!

This registration process is a ONE TIME process. It will provide many benefits to you, with the most obvious being: the ability to post without having to enter your Name, Email address, and Signature each time you want to post. (More information.) All fields are required, unless specified otherwise.

Note: If you are already registered within the BBS, and you would like to change your user information, our user information modification form is here.

Your alias or name, as you want it to appear on all of your posts:

Your email address. You must use your REAL Email address. We do periodic checks
of email addresses, and if your address is fake, you will not be permitted to post thereafter:

URL of Photo. If you have a photo of yourself accessible online, please enter the URL below. A link to your picture will be placed inside your message post. This is optional.

Your "Signature" file, as you want it to appear at the bottom of all of your posts. Please only use 4 lines or less for your Signature. You may use some HTML (STRONG, B, i, em, STRIKE, and A HREF):

Note: Your Signature will be <PRE>preformatted</PRE>, so you do NOT need
to include PRE tags within your signature. If you do, it will be rejected with an error message.

Your password. You will need to create a password so that
you may edit your user information with out modification form.

Your mother's maiden name. This is merely a
safety precaution, in case you ever forget your password:

Your UserName can be from 4-15 alphanumeric characters. You may NOT use spaces, nor the following characters: #@*$|+;&"?!/'`+=\<>,[]{}()%^. It would be wise to choose a short username, as you will be typing this each time you want to post a message!

Security Warning! Your UserName is all that is required to post a message to the BBS. In light of this, you should never divulge your username to someone you do not know or trust.

This may take a few seconds. Please only press the OK button ONCE.

The Club House is maintained by Al Lauck