1. Dealing with growth. That has to be on the radar already.
2. Ways to motivate new members to pitch in and work behing the scenes at big activities. You can't just always show up and drink beer - though some do.
3. Dealing with a club competition that has experienced large growth. Yes this is sort of 1 and 2 smashed together. Our comp went from around 300 to 400 entries last year to this year, and that is causing some strain. Other clubs have experienced larger growth in the competitions.
4. How to motivate club members to look into joining the AHA.
5. How to motivate club members to enter homebrew competitions, so that they can get feedback on their beers and then improve thier beers.
6. How to motivate club members on becoming a BJCP judge, or at least take a tasting class to increase their beer literacy.
7. Diversity in the club ranks, as just suggested by my wife. She said it can't just be all middle aged white guys with glasses, facial hair, grey hair/balding, with too many pounds around the waist, wearing shorts, sandals and a T-shirt. Wait a minute, that sounds like me!!!