In doing a new custom page, I discovered something peculiar. We were making an overview page of the International Service Projects we support. For each, we have a link to each NGO's website but we also have a link to a page with all of the stories we have ever done over the years on our club's website. What I discovered was two different forms, one based on a search of the stories archive and the other based on a hashtag using tag words. A sample URL is https://drydenrotary.org/search/Amarok (or the search term with hyphens if more than one word) verses using the tag which produces this URL https://drydenrotary.org/stories#Bangladesh. The advantage of the hashtag is that the items appear as they do in the stories archive listing. Using the search URL there are no pictures and the search word is highlighted in yellow. What this tells me is to use the hashtags with more thought to the future so that I can quickly lead viewers to other stories although both systems work well. Why however does a search term generate a list with no thumbnail picture when if you use a search term on the Stories archive page they are listed with thumbnail pictures? There is always something new to discover about ClubRunner no matter how long you have worked with it.