IFWDA Membership Info
Annual Dues are $25.00, for a member through a club (plus any other applicable club dues), or $30.00 for individual members. Our membership year runs from March 1 to February 28. For new members joining late in the year (after September 15th), there is a $5 reduction in the first year's dues.
As a member of the Indiana Four Wheel Drive Association (IFWDA) you will receive a copy of our quarterly newsletter, 4X NEWS. Membership in IFWDA also gives you a year membership in the United Four Wheel Drive Association (UFWDA). As a member of UFWDA, members will receive their electronic quarterly newsletter, The Voice.
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IFWDA MEMBERS (Updated 9/5/2012)
4 Wheels To Freedom (Central Indiana Area)
PO Box 342
Shelbyville, IN 46176
President: Jim Paxton
Boonie Riders 4WD Club (Southern Indiana Area)
President - Rich Reisz
7374 E. CR. 700 N.
Grandview, In. 47615
Fat Boys Jeepers (East Central Indiana Area)
6142 Franklin Road
Hagerstown, IN 47346
J. P. Frog Off-Roaders (Indianapolis Area)
112 Indiana Ave.
Pendleton, IN 46064
President: Mike Bryant
Northwest Indiana Jeepers
128 Main Street
President: Jeremy Bryant
Monroe County 4x4 Club (Bloomington Area)
8712 N Mt Pleasant, Gosport, IN 47433
North Central Indiana Free Wheelers (Central Indiana Area)
P.O. Box 47
130 North Elm Street
Bunker Hill, IN 46914
President: Rob Robbins
Off Road Trail Rods (Northern Indiana Area)
68530 US Hwy. 33
Goshen, IN 46526
President: Curt Haberstich
Ruffriders (Northern Central Indiana Area)
PO Box 83
Goshen, IN 46526
President: Bruce Haberstich
SWAK- Safe Wheelers of All Kinds
West Central IN/East Central IL
Southern Indiana 4x4 Club (Southeastern Indiana Area)
116 N Depot Street
Brownstown IN 472220
Vice President -
|2009 IFWDA Club Activity Award
Four Wheels to Freedom 4 Wheel Drive Club
Four Wheels to Freedom 4 Wheel Drive Club of Central Indiana is dedicated to responsible 4 wheeling, family fun and community service. We meet on the first Sunday of the month in Shelbyville, In. Our membership is diverse as the vehicles represented in the club. For the responsible 4 wheeling we try to set a good example in front of new members and offer guidance when ever possible. It is not an accepted practice to condole members into trying an obstacle/trail they are not ready for. To help club members we offer tech nights to help upgrade member rigs.
We only have one function a year which is for adults only. All other events we encourage everyone to attend. Allot of our members do not have a problem with helping keep track of the kids and ask people to mind their manners and keep it clean.
For community service we donate money to the church we hold our meetings at, help the local fire department with financial support to buy fire awareness books for kids in the local school system, and our main event is Toys for Tots at the Badlands. 4WTF is now in its 8th year. The club has developed this into a very successful weekend in Attica, Indiana. The Attica Inn has commented this is one of their busiest weekends of the year. We collect over 300 toys per year. The meat for the meal and manpower for cooking is handled by the club. We also handle the collection of the toys and organizing the event.
We attend the IFWDA meetings, attend the convention, works days at Redbird, Wilstem, and Interlake. We also have adopted and maintain both sections of trail #4 at the BADLANDS. We have installed drainage pipe at Redbird and winch anchors in the rock garden. We donated 6 hours of an excavator at Redbird to drain mud holes and prevent erosion. We also attend two parades a year, and hold two mystery dinners.
To reduce the threat of terrorism, we work at the Indy Motor Speedway assisting Homeland Security checking bags and coolers for illegal objects coming into the speedway to help prevent a terror attack during one of the greatest spectacles on wheels.
Our club can be found on any given weekend wheeling somewhere in the United States. We produce and distribute a monthly newsletter.
One of our members while wheeling around the US for three months qualified and won a Hooters Ambassador Award and the club got a free wing party due to Jeff's adventure and the amount of dinning he did around the US.
The same member always offers a big breakfast to anybody around and out on the serves various coffee cakes and deserts at stops depending on the time of day.
Camp Riley supporters and dedicated to IFWDA, UFWDA and Tread lightly.
A fully paid club or individual in good standing with Indiana Four Wheel Drive Association can be nominated for IFWDA ActivityAward. Nominations for 2011 IFWDA Activity Award shall be submitted in writing to the Vice President before the deadline of theAugust newsletter (third quarterly meeting) explaining the reasons why this club or person is being nominated. The nomination letter will be published in the August newsletter and read at the fourth quarterly meeting held in November.
Voting shall be done at the fourth quarterly meeting in November by secret ballot to be counted by two non-voting members (President and Vice President), with the ballots to be destroyed upon the club/person being named. Each club delegate in attendance at the fourth quarterly meeting in November will have one vote.
The club or person receiving the IFWDA Activity Award will receive recognition on a plaque/trophy. Additionally, recognition will be posted on the IFWDA website and in our newsletter.
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