Catalina State Park Results -- 11/16/14
57 people (60 with the setter and co-directors) showed up to this annual classic Orienteering event and Motala (3 participants), set for the 8th year by our now permanent Arizona resident, John Pascal. Welcome to Arizona, John!
How You Can Help Make Our Events Happen!
The Tucson Orienteering Club is a non-profit organization which depends on member-volunteers who give a whole lot of their time behind the scenes working to run the club, make the maps, get the permits, set courses, and run the meets that you enjoy. If you don't yet feel ready or have the time to take on any of these key volunteer activities yourself, you can still become a valuable part of making our events happen just by offering to help the meet director during a small part of the time that you show up for the event.
Jeff Brucker Explains Orienteering to Radio Listeners
Veteran club member Jeff Brucker explains orienteering (among other things) to radio listeners during an interview for the Jake Feinberg Show. The discussion regarding orienteering starts at about three minutes into the recorded show. Here's the link to the radio interview with Jeff.
Another TOC Website Under-the-Hood Upgrade
We just completed another big software upgrade to our website. Hopefully you won't even notice. However, if you do find problems with the way this site is working, please let the webmaster know so he can fix them.
TOC President Finishes Term End of October
As of October 31 of this year, David Follette will be stepping down as president of the Tucson Orienteering Club. His leadership has been a great experience for this organization, and he will be greatly missed!
We are looking for a new president who can carry the torch, help ensure that orienteering remains strong in Tucson and continue to build and improve the club. If you are interested, please get in touch with David or any of the board members. We look forward to hearing from you!
Meet Fees & Membership Changes for 2015
In an effort to keep up with inflation and changing times the Tucson Orienteering Club board of directors has approved an increase in meet fees (for the first time in 10 years). The increase in revenue will help us continue to replace aging equipment, reimburse volunteers for meet expenses, and develop maps for more areas around Tucson. Thank you for your continued participation in club events, and we look forward to seeing you at future events!
New Stuff & Recent Changes
Featured Clue Symbol
To see all the orienteering control symbols and their descriptions, read the International Specification for Control Descriptions (pdf).