As of this moment I am at a community college, definitely not best known for its physics department hehe. They have an "engineering-physics" club but it didn't feel like the thing for me. It was interesting but the projects worked on were too simplistic in theory and had nothing to do with physics. It felt like child play and I slowly became hesitant to be heavily involved. I had an idea of having a physics club, but it would be a huge undertaking to have a significant amount of people to join. There aren't many physics majors at all so I pretty much gave up on the idea. But for curiosity's sake, what would be some ideas to make a somewhat worthwhile physics club base? Though, I see great limitations because its a simple and humble ol' community college.