The fifty-seven (57) Subcommittees of the Bristol Fourth of July Committee sought an OMA advisory opinion concerning whether they are "public bod[ies]" subject to the OMA. However, we were provided few facts regarding the fifty-seven (57) Subcommittees upon whose status we were asked to opine. Indeed, twenty-five (25) Subcommittees are not contained in the submitted Policy Manual and we were provided no information concerning these entities other than the name of the Subcommittee and its members. We also had little information regarding the parent Committee itself. On this sparse record, and in light of the fact-specific nature of the OMA analysis, we declined to issue an advisory opinion concerning whether all fifty-seven (57) Subcommittees are public bodies pursuant to the OMA.