Wednesday Walkers, February 22, 2017, over Tilikum Crossing, Bridge of the People, a cable-stayed bridge across the Willamette River in Portland, Oregon. Photos: Dick B.
2017 Winter Walk to Win Contest (WASHINGTON STATE)
Sponsored by Evergreen State Volkssport Association
When: January 1 through March 31, 2017
Who: Paid Credit Walkers and Non-Credit (Free) Walkers WHO make at least a $1.00 Donation to the Event or YRE walk, bike or swim. ALL events must be in Washington ONLY.
What: Prizes awarded to winners of the drawing:
1st - 2nd - 3rd -
$100.00 REI Gift Card - $75.00 REI Gift Card - $50.00 REI Gift Card
Why: To benefit the walking clubs of Washington
How: Walkers will be awarded one (1) chit for entry in the drawing for every 10 Washington events logged. Three (3) winners will be selected in a random drawing to be held at the May 6, 2017, ESVA State Meeting. Odds of winning depend on the total number of walks logged. Winning Walker(s) need not be present to win. A nominal recognition gift will be presented to participants with the highest three totals.
The log sheet will contain the participant’s name and address, the event name, event number (YRE or Event Stamp Number), email address and date you participated.
To qualify, log sheets must be received by the ESVA Point of Contact no later than April 13, 2017, via email or mail:
Tom Baltes, 829 NW 44th Ave, Camas WA 98607 TLBaltes@aol.com, 505-298-1256
Walkers will earn a "chit" for a drawing at the ESVA State Meeting on May 6, 2017 for every "10 Walks" they complete. The chit will be placed into the drawing by the Recognition Chairperson or the President of ESVA and notation of how many for each walker will be kept.
There are 2 (two) Walk Log Sheets, one is numbered (1-40) with each 10 walks noted and a chit will be awarded. The other sheet is unnumbered for those participants who will do more than 40 events in the contest time period of 3 months, a “chit” will be awarded for each 10 walks noted on the additional log.
Please make copies of the contest information sheet and log sheets for your friends who are not club members. The more ways this contest information gets out - the more walkers will be aware of it. There will be copies available at upcoming traditional walking events.
Happy Trails to ALL!!
These forms are also loaded on the ESVA website.
Photos by Dick B, of Wednesday Walkers on October 12, 2016, on a CRVC walk at the Marylhurst University.
BOOKLET REVISED AS OF AUGUST 2016. The Sunriver Pathways are now closed. In it's place, the new seasonal 2016 Government Camp walk may be walked before October 31, 2016. This seasonal has been renewed for 2017.
The challenge began on January 1, 2016, and will end December 31, 2016. It was created as a great way to experience CRVC's twenty year-round events (YRE) and to promote walking, fun and friendship. We hope you find this challenge fun and inspiring. This challenge is open to ANYONE who has an interest in walking.
THE CRVC 20 in '16 CHALLENGE:
Walk all twenty CRVC YREs in 2016, five km minimum, each. All walks MUST be walked in 2016 to be eligible for this challenge. The purpose of the challenge is to introduce the participant to all 20 of our CRVC YREs that have been sanctioned for 2016. Hence the name, “20 in ‘16”.
SUBMIT THIS BOOKLET BY JANUARY 02, 2017.
Fill out your name and contact information. After completing each walk, enter the distance and date walked. When the challenge has been met, either:
a) scan or photograph the inside of this booklet, attach it to an email and sent it to: (see back of the challenge booklet).
b) mail the booklet to: CRVC, attn Leslie W. (see back of the challenge booklet.)
WIN A PRIZE!
Names from completed booklets received will be entered in a drawing for one grand prize of a $50 REI gift certificate at the January 09, 2017, CRVC member meeting. One entry will be made for EACH completed booklet submitted.
Other prizes may be awarded for the first completed booklet received, the most km walked, number of times the challenge is completed ... who knows?!
NOTE: This challenge is a CRVC-sponsored event, NOT an AVA-sanctioned challenge. Please DO NOT send completed booklets to the AVA.
June 15, 2016. Wednesday Group Walkers marking two of the Columbia Gorge Walks in Cascade Locks, Oregon. Photos by Dick B. Friday Meet & Greet photos by Starr. Best Western Signage photos by Ed H.
Wednesday Group Walk, 08 June 2016. Starting from Columbia Sportswear Outlet in historic old Sellwood and then through Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden. Photos by Dick B.
Winter. Welcome back. Kind of forgot how you looked.
From: "Annette " <>
To: "Ed H" <>
Sent: Thursday, December 24, 2015 11:50:54 AM
Subject: [CRVC] Central Oregon Adventure
Back at the November meeting -- remember that, so long ago? -- we talked about going to Central Oregon as an opportunity to become familiar with those walks, as well as marking off 5 CRVC walks in the 20 Walks in 2016 game. (These walks will also qualify for OSTVA's challenge.)
We will be doing the walk at Eagle Crest in Redmond the afternoon of Thursday, January 7th. Friday and Saturday we will do walks in Bend (2) and Sunriver. On the way home Sunday, we will walk in Sisters.
Since there are 5 walks and 4 days, you will get to do 2 walks one day. (There are not 5k options for all of the walks.)
People have been making reservations at the Days Inn (free breakfast) in Bend for Thursday through Saturday nights.
Carpooling is a great idea.
I am not going to plan meal times. If someone has a particular place they'd like us to go one night, they can be in charge of counting heads and making reservations.
Hoping you'll join us!
Columbia River Volkssport Club
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