Well, actually, now that you mention it...
Our club is modeled somewhat after Seattle.rb. I spoke with Ryan once about how he's managed to run such a successful club. One of his tips was to drop presentations altogether. Sure they'll do one from time to time, but it's the exception not the norm. They meet every week to hack on code. I started FV.rb about 2 months ago, and even though we're youngins in the club world, we do manage to get people out every week.
I'd like us to focus on the activism side of Rails. The easiest place for me to start would be some screen and podcasting, as it's something I've already done and am comfortable with. Would you or anyone on the Rails Activism team be willing to "meet" with our group? I'd like to do a little Question and Answer session to start and eventually have some content that others who are new to Rails can use as a starting point. Some people are fine with blog posts, books, etc. I tend to be a visual/verbal person and need to connect everything to the people involved, not just the code.
We meet every Wednesday from 7pm - 9pm PST. I was thinking a video Skype call with a short Q&A with the members of our club, which would be made available through a podcast for other clubs/individuals to watch and act. Got 15-20 minutes to spare? :)