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      Shops at Sumner Place 57218 2003/0318
      4/5/2003
      City and State: Bethesda MD
      Host Club: Seneca Valley Sugarloafers
      Distance and Trail Rating: 5/10km 1+
      Start Point Address: 4701 Sangamore Road, Bethesda, Maryland
      Event Description: The walk is on the Capitol Crescent Trail and city
      streets and is suitable for strollers but not for wheelchairs. The
      plan is to have the cherry blossoms in Kenwood in full bloom. One 5K
      option, which goes through the cherry blossoms, requires driving to a
      different Start Point.
      Start Times: 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Finish by 4:00 p.m.
      Contact: Jim Hathaway , (301 ) 229 - 1356
      Event Website:
      E-Mail Contact: hathawayjd@...
      Awards and Fees:
      IVV Credit is $3.00, IVV credit and "B" award is $5.00.
      Directions:
      Start Point is at The Shops at Sumner Place (Lower Parking Lot).
      Take the Washington Beltway (I-495) to exit 39, River Road (MD 190)
      towards Washington. Turn RIGHT on Goldsboro (MD 614). Turn LEFT on
      Massachusetts Ave. (MD 396). Turn RIGHT on Sangamore Road at the
      firehouse. Continue past The Shops at Sumner Place (4701 Sangamore
      Road) to STOP sign in front of the National Imagery and Mapping
      Agency. Turn LEFT for 1 block and then turn LEFT again into The Shops
      at Sumner Place. Turn immediately LEFT into the lower parking lot.
      Start Point is at the entrance to the Sumner Place Offices.
      Comments:
      Restrooms are available at the START/FINISH and along the trail.
      Pets must be leashed at all times and are not allowed in The Sumner
      Place Offices, but may be leashed outside. Only candy will be
      provided. Bring water. Refreshments may be purchased at the Shops at
      Sumner Place and along the trail. Record Books will be on sale and
      Insert Cards will be available.

      Spring Weekend Walk in East Columbia
      April 5-6, 2003
      #AT2003/307
      10 Km Distance, Rated 1+
      5 KM Distance, Rated 1+
      Start/Finish Location:
      Soccer Association of Columbia
      8980-D State Route 108, Columbia, MD
      A proud member of the Maryland Volkssport Association
      SPONSORED BY: The Columbia Volksmarch Club (AVA 264).
      SANCTIONED BY: The American Volkssport Association (AVA), a member of
      the International Federation of Popular Sports (IVV), promoting
      leisure sports in the interest of family health, recreation, fun and
      companionship.
      DISTANCE: There will be one 10-Km walking trail. The trail rating is
      1+. There will be a 5-Km trail rated 1+ for those who do not desire
      to do 10 Km.
      TRAIL DESCRIPTION: Asphalt paths, sidewalks, and roadways in the Red
      Branch Industrial Center, Columbia Hills, and East Columbia.
      START/FINISH: Soccer Association of Columbia Office in the Oakland
      Center, 8980-D State Route 108 (Old Annapolis Road), Columbia, MD 20145.
      STARTING DATES & TIMES: Saturday and Sunday, April 5-6, 2003. Start
      anytime from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. You must complete the walk by 4 p.m.
      Note: Daylight Savings Time begins April 6, so plan your start
      accordingly.
      ELIGIBILITY: All are welcome to participate without charge, but must
      register at the start. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an
      adult throughout the entire trail.
      REGISTRATION: There is no pre-registration for this event. The
      participation fees are:
      · B Award and IVV Credit: $5.00
      · IVV Credit only: $3.00
      There is no fee to walk the trail without receiving the IVV Credit.
      CONDITIONS: The event will be held during all reasonable weather
      conditions, including rain. Littering along the trails is prohibited.
      Dogs are permitted on the trail but not inside buildings. County laws
      require that all pets must be leashed.
      PROCEDURE: Each participant will be issued a start card. It must be
      carried on the walk and presented for validation at each checkpoint.
      Only one start card will be validated per participant. Start cards
      must be turned in at the Finish Table after completing the event.
      Only those participants with a properly validated start card will be
      eligible for the Event Award and/or IVV Credit. The trail may be
      walked two times per start card on the same day at no additional cost.
      AWARD: B Awards (awards from previous events) only.
      REFRESHMENTS: Water and candy will be available at the checkpoint
      located along the trail. There are several restaurants/fast food
      establishments in the area. Rest rooms will be available at the
      Start/Finish point.
      DISCLAIMER: Neither the Columbia Volksmarch Club nor the Soccer
      Association of Columbia shall be liable for accidents, theft, or
      material damage. Every reasonable effort will be made to make this a
      safe, enjoyable, and memorable event.
      INFORMATION: for more information, call (410) 313-8499 or email
      walkcolumbia@... or visit us on our website:
      http://www.geocities.com/walkcolumbia.
      Directions to Start Point: Soccer Association of Columbia (SAC),
      8980-D State Route 108 (Old Annapolis Road)
      From North and West: From I-70, take Route 298 South (Exit 87A) and
      follow directions below from Route 29.
      From South and East: From I-95, take Route 100 West toward Ellicott
      City (Exit 43B). At end of Route 100, take Route 29 South toward
      Washington. On Route 29, IMMEDIATELY move to the far right lane.
      Follow directions below from Route 29.
      From Route 29: Exit onto Route 108 East (Exit 21A). Pass two traffic
      lights (approximately one mile). Turn left at third drive (Oakland
      Center). Go under "No Trucks" overhead. Bear left through parking
      lots to SAC office in rear on left.

      Fairview Elementary School
      57177 2003/0436
      4/14/2003
      City and State: Fairfax Station VA
      Host Club: Northern Virginia Volksmarchers
      Distance and Trail Rating: 10km 2
      Start Point Address: Fairview Elementary School, 5815 Ox Road (Rte
      123), Fairfax Station, VA 22039
      Event Description:
      Start Times: Start between 4:30 and 6:00 PM; finish by 8:30 PM
      Contact: Thomas Baerwald , (703 ) 292 - 7301
      Event Website: http://www.pollow.com/nvvc/night.html
      E-Mail Contact: tbaerwal@...
      Awards and Fees:
      Credit Only, $3; Some B awards may be available
      Directions:
      From I-495 via Braddock Road: From the Washington Beltway, take
      Exit 54A (Braddock Road West) towards Fairfax. Continue west on
      Braddock Road (VA-620) for about 6 miles. Soon after you pass
      entrances to George Mason University on your right and a shopping
      center on your left, turn left on Ox Road (VA-123) and head south for
      about 2.5 miles to Burke Centre Parkway. Turn left on Burke Centre
      Parkway to head east for one block. Turn right into the first drive on
      the right and turn right again to head into the parking lot on the
      north side of the school. From I-66: From I-66, take Exit 55 (Fairfax
      County Parkway/VA-7100) south towards Fairfax. Continue south on the
      Fairfax County Parkway for about 5.2 miles until you reach Burke
      Centre Parkway. Turn left on Burke Centre Parkway and drive east for
      about 7/10ths mile to Ox Road (VA-123). Continue straight across Ox
      Road and drive for another block. Turn right into the first drive on
      the right and turn right again to head into the parking lot on the
      north side of the school.
      Comments:
      One of a series of three evening walks, which consist of 10KM
      trails with shorter 5KM options along residential sidewalks and park
      trails in Fairfax Station, Virginia. Trails should be suitable for
      strollers, though wheelchairs may encounter some difficulty. Written
      instructions and maps will be provided for each walk; trails will not
      be marked.

      April 19, 2003
      Ft Washington National Park, Prince Georges County, Maryland
      Dates:
      April 19, 2003 Start between 8am and 1pm. Finish by 4pm.
      Start Point:
      Fort Washington National Park Visitor Center parking lot. There is a $
      5 per car entrance fee. As with all national parks, there is an
      entrance fee.
      Trails:
      The 10K trail is mostly on natural surfaces. It is rated 2. Not
      suitable for wheelchairs and strollers. A 5K trail will also be
      available. Physically challenged individuals may have some difficulty.
      Water and candy will be available at the start/finish and checkpoints.
      Restrooms are available adjacent to the parking area and at picnic areas.
      Award: This is a credit only event.
      Fees: There will be no pre-registration fee. IVV credit only is $3.
      Awards from previous events and IVV credit will be $3.
      Special Conditions:
      Pets must be leashed and picked up after. Littering is not permitted.
      Park only in designated areas. This event will be held regardless of
      most weather conditions. If in doubt, check webpage. Carry water in
      case of extreme conditions. There will be no refunds for those who
      decline to participate. With registration for this event, the
      participant accepts the guidelines for AVA volkssport events and
      agrees to observe the principles of good sportsmanship.
      `Directions:
      From the north, west and east, take the Capital Beltway (I-95) to
      Maryland Exit 3, Indian Head Highway (MD210). Travel south for
      approximately 4 miles to Fort Washington Road. Turn right and follow
      Fort Washington Road to the park entrance. After paying the park
      entrance fee, follow signs to main parking lot.
      Contact:
      Nancy 703-631-8512 email
      http://www.pollow.com/wdcavc/ftwashington.html

      5/4/2003 Bay Bridge Walk
      American Legion Post #175
      57273 2003/0319
      City and State: Severna Park MD
      Host Club: Annapolis Amblers
      Distance and Trail Rating: 10km Trail is rated 1+.
      Start Point Address: 820 Manhattan Beach Road, Severna Park, MD 21146
      Event Description: The 10k trail, rated 1+, is on city streets and on
      the East Bound Span of the Bay Bridge. Strollers and wheelchairs are
      welcome. There will be a 5K route but it will not cross the Bay
      Bridge. In case the Bay Bridge is cancelled due to inclement weather
      an alternate trail will be available. Water and candy will be
      available at the start/finish. Restrooms will be available at the
      start/finish and on the bridge itself. Water will be available on the
      bridge as well.
      Start Times: Start anytime between 7:30 AM and 10:00 AM. All w
      Contact: Bob Schmick , (410 ) 960 - 6226
      Event Website: www.geocities.com/aamblers/index.html
      E-Mail Contact: marktim@...
      Awards and Fees:
      There is a $1.00 fee to ride the bus from AACC. There is no
      charge to participate in these events.
      Directions:
      Directions from WASHINGTON I-495: From I-495, take US Rt. 50 east
      approx. 14 miles exit Rt. 2 north exit #21. Continue past 3 stop
      lights, at 4th Stop light Jones Station Road) turn right. turn left
      behind The Crown Gas station. Stay on the road (Manhattan Beach Road)
      1/4 mile to American Legion on the left. Park in lot in front of
      building. Overflow parking is on nearby streets or follow directions
      to alternate lot. Start/Finish is in rear of lot. Look for Ambler
      Banner. From BALTIMORE: Take I-695, take Rt. 10, follow signs to
      Severna Park to the end at Ritchie Hwy. Turn left and follow to Jones
      Station Road. Approximately 7 miles, turn left, Then as above.
      Comments:
      American Legion Post 175 is on Manhattan Beach Road behind the
      Crown Gas Station 1/4 mile from Ritchie Highway. Watch for parking
      signs. Overflow parking is on nearby streets and you will be directed
      to additional parking. Everyone is welcome to participate. Each walker
      must register at the start by filling out a start card to be carried
      throughout the walk. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
      during the walk.

      Beach Elementary School, Chesapeake Beach, 5/10km
      55074 2003/0304
      5/10/2003
      City and State: Chesapeake Beach MD
      Host Club: Freestate Happy Wanderers
      Distance and Trail Rating: 5/10km Rated 2
      Start Point Address: Beach Elementary School, Old Bay Road, Chesapeake
      Beach, Maryland
      Event Description: The trail is on roads, sidewalks and boardwalks.
      There are bay views for most of the walk. One brief downhill section
      is rated 2+ and on road surface. Much of the trail is in North Beach
      and goes by historic homes, antique stores, marshland, restaurants and
      another boardwalk.
      Start Times: Anytime between 10 am and 1pm, finish by 4 pm
      Contact: Bob Caldwell , (301 ) 860 - 0165
      Event Website: http://www.ava.org/clubs/freestate
      E-Mail Contact: walkmaryland@...
      Awards and Fees:
      $3.00 IVV Credit No Award for this event but we will have
      available Makin' Tracks to the Beach Tee S
      Directions:
      From Baltimore Beltway I-695 - Take the I-97/Route 3/Route 301
      corridor south to Route 4, near Upper Marlboro. Go south on Route 4,
      toward Prince Frederick. Just across the Calvert County line, take a
      left on Route 260. Proceed approximately 8 miles to Chesapeake Beach.
      When Route 260 intersects with Route 261, at traffic light, turn
      right. School is on the right, about 0.8 miles from intersection. From
      the Washington Capital Beltway (I-495) Take Route 4 South into Calvert
      County. Just across the Calvert County line, take a left on Route 260.
      Proceed approximately 8 miles to Chesapeake Beach. When Route 260
      intersects with Route 261, at traffic light, turn right. School is on
      the right, about 0.8 miles from intersection.
      Comments:
      Chesapeake Beach began in the late 19th Century as a grand
      resort. It had a racetrack, beachfront hotels, casino, and a 1600 foot
      entertainment boardwalk built over the water. In 1891 a charter was
      granted to the Chesapeake Beach Railway Company which was unveiled on
      June 9, 1900. It operated until 1935. The station was reopened in 1979
      as the Chesapeake Beach Railway Museum. Although the casino and
      racetrack and roller coaster are gone, Chesapeake Beach retains its
      scenic views, great restaurants and a recently completed boardwalk.
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