Visit Weaver's Dept. Store and check out the Mayberry T-Shirts, Caps, Videos, Music and Books! Also, check to see if there is a chapter of TAGSRWC in your area, learn how to contact them, and see how to start a chapter for yourself.
"The Andy Griffith Show" Rerun Watchers Club (TAGSRWC) is a world wide organization dedicated to promoting the airing of TAGS.
At present, there are over 1000 local chapters of TAGSRWC and many of those chapters have been busier than ever with their own chapter activities during the last year. And probably just as many have been perfectly happy just watching TAGS reruns whenever they can.
To find a chapter near you, visit here. To contact a local chapter, all you have to do is write to the TAGSRWC address found at the bottom of the page at this link and ask for contact information.
As always, we encourage each chapter to seek its own comfortable level of activity -- whether that means having highly organized monthly meetings or simply enjoying reruns at ease in your own home. There are no requirements to be a member of the club other than a love for our "home town" of Mayberry, NC. Starting your own chapter is easy, see how.
We do, however, hope that at least one person in each chapter will subscribe to The Official eNewsletter of TAGSRWC, "The eBullet", in order to keep up with the Mayberry news that may be of interest to chapter members and to be alerted to happenings in your area. Jim Clark, founder and Presiding Goober of TAGSRWC, will be glad to start sending "The eBullet" right to you.
Jim is also the co-author of some really great TAGS books (The Andy Griffith Show Book, Aunt Bee's Mayberry Cookbook, and Goober in a Nutshell) along with Ken Beck. For more information check out TAGS Books and related information and for Mayberry items you can order check out the t-shirts and videos links.
From left to right: Russell Hiatt (owner of Floyd's Barber Shop in Mt. Airy), Mary Clark (Jim's wife) and the Presiding Goober of TAGSRWC....Jim Clark.
Taken in the chair at Floyd's Barbershop in Mt. Airy.