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  • Topic created by kathyu on Sun Sep 23, 2018 at 11:24 am
    Kathy Urban (kathyu)
    Num Posts: 528
    Primary Club: DVOA
    Fav map:
    First O: 2004
    Green Lane on Sunday September 30 -- it looks like we will have lots of orienteers in the woods.  Colts Neck will be there, and some scouts have indicated they will be coming too.  All indications on facebook point to lots of people coming.  I paid $35 to "push" our ad.  Let's see if it was well spent!
    Notice:  if you are coming with a group, send me an email so we can be sure to have plenty of maps.  k_m_urban@comcast.net.
    Further notice:  we have some of our best club members helping out, but if you show up at registration or the start and they are swamped, please pitch in!  Even 15 minutes of your time can make someone's first orienteering experience more fun.
  • Reply by camperpat on Mon Sep 24, 2018 at 2:48 pm
    Pat Burton (camperpat)
    Num Posts: 218
    Primary Club: DVOA
    Fav map: Hibernia
    First O: 1999
    Yes.  Bob and I are slated for start and registration.  It looks like we have 5 people volunteering for registrtration. but. that is just my computer error.   We still need a second person for registration 1st shift.  thanks. pat
  • Reply by BRycharski on Mon Sep 24, 2018 at 6:29 pm
    Bob Rycharski (BRycharski)
    Num Posts: 179
    Primary Club: DVOA
    Fav map: Rutgers Preserve
    First O: 1976
    Hi Bob burton and Kathy Urban.  I can help at early shift registration at green lane this Weekend.  I just ask that any dvoa member named Bob or Roberta (or any one with A Bob Nametag) step to the front of any early lines, for expedited O registration paperwork  :-)  I make a Volunteer funny joke . . . .
  • Reply by KathleenG on Sun Sep 30, 2018 at 6:52 pm
    Kathleen Geist (KathleenG)
    Num Posts: 88
    Primary Club: DVOA
    Fav map: Elk Neck
    First O: 1998
    A very nice day in the woods!  Challenging, but in Green Lane I do expect to encounter streams in the paths, hills, and lots and lots of rocks.  It certainly lived up to expectations.  Thanks for a great day!

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