In the past when I would join a local organization, I would volunteer to create a website for them. This was somewhat labor intensive as I would need to update the webpages for them as time went on. This past weekend, though, I recommended to three different local organizations I attended that they consider using a blog instead. A blog can be easily updated by an organizational officer without requiring any knowledge of HTML, FTP, or directory structures.
One of the organizations that jumped on this pretty quickly is the Plano OPAR Study Group. This is the other local Objectivist meeting that I attend. "OPAR" is an abbreviation for the title of the book, "Objectivism: The Philosophy of Ayn Rand".