Daily Archives: March 21, 2011

A Message from your webmaster

This is just a test site to see how things can go together.

It is run on wordpress, so its really easy to maintain and mannage.

There are a lot of plugins available for wordpress, from galleries, to forms and mch much more…

Again this is only a test


About ACE New England ACE (American Coaster Enthusiasts) allows for Regional web sites to operate under its guidance. This web site represents ACE’s New England Region, consisting of the six New England states: Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. The purpose of the web site is to allow for a gathering place to share ideas and information about New England parks and rollercoasters. From ACE National Web Site ACE was founded as a not-for profit, all volunteer club to foster and promote the conservation, appreciation, knowledge and enjoyment of the art of the classic wooden roller coaster and the contemporary steel coaster. Since 1978, ACE has grown from 3 members to over 8,000 members representing all 50 states, the District of Columbia and 12 countries.


Welcome! This is the New England Region web site of ACE (American Coaster Enthusiasts). This site provides information about ACE news and events in our region, and serves as a gathering place to exchange ideas and information between its members about ACE activities.ACENewEngland.org members will have access to group forums, the ability to post articles and photos, creating a membership profile, helpful downloads and other “members only” privileges on this web site. Membership is free for all ACE members. Join NOW! If you are not a member of ACE but are interested in knowing more about us, or joining our organization, please visit the national ACE web site at http://www.aceonline.org. Thank you, Peg Batchelder, New England Regional Representative  

A Quick Note

This is a quick not to see where his  POST lands