Snapshots of our web site are taken periodically and saved on the Wayback Machine. The club's second web site was built using public domain parts. Over time elements became obsolete and since it wasn't a company-supported product it became difficult to maintain.
In August 2014 we moved our web site to Wild Apricot and acquired a support contract for up to 2000 contacts. (We're at about 1100 right now.) The second-generation website served us for seven years. We're starting our 8th year on Wild Apricot.
Here's a review of the Wild Apricot software.