The membership of the Roman Republic is divided up into local chapters based on geographic location. These chapters are called provinces. When there is a local group of sufficient size the senate appoints a governor to oversee the activities of the province and organize a local government if the population of the province requires additional administrators. As the Roman citizen population of the regions change new provinces are created by the Senate.
Provinces are vital to the social life of the republic. It is strongly encouraged that members contact citizens who live in their province and become acquainted with those who are within their local community. Provinces organize local activities and events. Attending and assisting in the organization of these provincial meetings is a rewarding way to become involved in Roman life!