2021 Annual Meeting
Thursday, October 28 in Online
Meet Director: Eric Jones
Please join us Thursday October 28 at 7:00-8:30 pm for an online town hall meeting to review the past year and shape the club’s path forward.
Pre-register for the zoom meeting ahead of time to get the meeting link and phone join information. Click here to pre-register.
Ballots for election of member representatives have been emailed to all club members, and results announced at this meeting. If you missed that email, or if you’d just like to provide feedback, you can do so here by 9pm on Wednesday the 27th.
If you’re at all interested in providing your insight to the club as a member representative – or would be able to help in any other organizational capacity, even just a few hours a month – reach out to email@example.com, we’d love to have you!
All are welcome, this is not a members-only event.
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SAFETY & ETIQUETTE
Return to the Finish
All participants MUST return to the finish and download their e-punch or turn in their punch card.
Even if you have not finished your course, you must still return to the the finish and confirm with event staff that you have returned safely.
Out of Bounds
Some areas may be marked out of bounds. It is imperative to respect these boundaries to maintain our relationships with land managers. Participants MUST NOT go out of bounds. Any participant caught going out of bounds will be disqualified.
All participants MUST return to the finish by course closure time. If a participant does not return by course closure, event volunteers will begin coordinating a search party.
If you need a long time on the course, start as early in the start window as possible, wear a watch, and be prepared to cut your course short to make it back by the course closure time.
All participants MUST carry a whistle on the course. Complimentary whistles are available at the start tent (please only take one).
If you are injured on the course and need assistance, blow three long blasts to call for help.
If you hear a call for help, abandon your course to find the person in distress.
Part of the fun and fairness of orienteering is navigating your own course, so please be polite when you find a checkpoint and don’t holler that you’ve found it.