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    1/26/2013 City / State: Puyallup, WA Event Name: Crisp January Walk Event Type: Walk Event ID: 93853 Distance - Trail Ratings: 5K / 10K - 1A Description: Walk
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 25, 2013
      City / State: Puyallup, WA
      Event Name: Crisp January Walk
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 93853
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 5K / 10K - 1A
      Description: Walk on sidewalks, road shoulders, and asphalt trail over
      the new Shaw Road overpass and by local farmlands.
      Amenities: Strollers: medium | Wheelchairs: medium | Pets: Yes |
      Restrooms: Yes
      Special Programs: This event doesn't have any special Programs assigned.
      Start Times: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
      Location: Puyallup Elks
      Start Point / Driving Directions: 314 27th NE, Puyallup, WA. From I-5:
      Take Exit #127 Puyallup/SR 512 going past Puyallup. Take SR 167 North.
      Immediately take right lane to SR 410/Sumner-Yakima. Take first exit (E.
      Main & Traffic Ave). Turn right onto E. Main. Right on 27th NE. Go
      straight into parking lot. From Renton/I-405: Take SR 167 South (exit
      #2). Take SR 410/Sumner-Yakima exit. Stay on the right and take first
      exit (E. Main & Traffic Ave). Continue as above.
      Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Comments: This is a new route and good for winter walking.
      Host Club: Daffodil Valley Volkssport Assn.
      Contact: Carolyn Warhol (253) 845-6592
      Website: www.daffodilvalleyvolkssport.com
      E-Mail Contact: jcwarhol@...

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      Feb 16-18
      2013 SEABREEZE WALKING FESTIVAL at Ocean Shores, WA, Feb. 16-18! This
      third biennial event, headquartered at the Lions Club, will offer
      volksmarches along the beach, on the bayside, and at Point Damon, a
      former state park. A bike ride around the perimeter of town, with
      distances of 25 K or 30 K, will also be available. Three more walks will
      occur on the North Beaches—Griffiths-Priday State Park, Roosevelt Beach,
      and Moclips. In addition, there are a number of YRE’s available on your
      way to and from the beach.
      THE SATURDAY NIGHT SOCIAL, back by popular demand, will feature a
      scrumptious Italian buffet and BYOB. Dinner details are given on the
      club website at www.capitolvolkssportclub.org Reservations must be
      received by Feb. 1st.
      LODGING. Remember this is Presidents Day Weekend, so make your hotel
      reservations early. The Sands Resort is giving special prices to
      volksmarchers. Details on the club website. You can also go to
      www.oceanshores.org to find lodging.
      LOCATION: Ocean Shores Lions Club, 832 Ocean Shores Blvd NW, Ocean
      Shores, WA
      START TIME: 8-1 Sat, Sun, Mon; FINISH : 5 pm Sat, Sun; 3 pm Mon
      6 Walks, distances from 5 K to 30 K, ratings 1A-2C; 1 bike, 25 K or 30
      K, rated 1A + 2 YRE’s in Ocean Shores and many on the way to the beach.
      You may complete the festival events in any order you wish. For those
      who don’t want to travel with their bikes, there are a couple bike
      rental shops in town.
      State Parks (4 of them) and Fraternal Organizations (7 stamps) are the
      major challenges/programs featured, but others are also available.
      DRIVING DIRECTIONS: I-5, Exit 104. West to Ocean Shores through Aberdeen
      and Hoquiam. From Hoquiam follow State Route 109 approx. 18 miles to
      State Route 115 and turn left. Continue to Pt. Brown Ave (the entrance
      to Ocean Shores) and turn left. Right at the traffic circle, W. Chance a
      La Mer. Right at Ocean Shores Blvd. Drive .1 mile. Lions Club is on the
      Contact Bonnie Tucker, bonniedale@... or 360-491-4767
      AVA Sanction#/Distances:
      Ocean Shores Beach Walk (AVA Sanction# 93026) - 6K or 11K, rated 1C.
      Ocean Shores Bayside Walk (AVA Sanction# 93027) - 6K or 11K or 20K,
      rated 1A.
      Damon Point Walk (AVA Sanction# 93238) - 5K or 7K or 10K, rated 1C.
      Moclips Walk (AVA Sanction# 93237) - 5K or 10K, rated 1C.
      Griffiths-Priday State Park Walk (AVA Sanction# 92129) - 5K or 10K or
      15K or 20K or 30K, rated 2C.
      Roosevelt Beach Walk (AVA Sanction# 93239) - 5K or 7K or 10K, rated 2C.
      Point Brown Bike (AVA Sanction# 93028) - 25K or 30K, rated 1A.
      ESVA Challenges: Grays Harbor County, All Clubs, City Parks, State
      Parks, Fire Stations, Post Offices.
      AVA Challenges: Fraternal Organizations (2013), Main Street, S.N.O.B.
      Driving Directions: I-5 Northbound and Southbound: Take Exit 104 (US
      101). Continue westbound as US 101 becomes SR 8 and then US 12 and
      finally US 101 again, passing through Aberdeen and Hoquiam, then follow
      signs to Ocean Shores. The entrance to Ocean Shores is Point Brown Ave.
      Turn right onto Chance-a-la-Mer at the traffic circle, then take the
      next right which is Ocean Shores Blvd. Drive .1 mile to the Ocean Shores
      Lions Club on the right.
      Starting Point: Ocean Shores Lions Club, located at 832 Ocean Shores
      Blvd NW in Ocean Shores, WA.
      Starting Point: Lions Club, 832 Ocean Shores Blvd NW, Ocean Shores
      Start/Finish Times: Walkers may begin walking any time between 8 a.m.
      and 1 p.m. daily, and must be finished by 5 PM on Saturday and Sunday,
      or by 3 PM on Monday.
      Saturday Evening Social: Pasta, Pasta and More! is a pasta buffet
      featuring Caesar salad, several kinds of pasta, Italian meat balls,
      lasagna, garlic bread sticks, regular and decaf coffee, tea, and
      dessert. Cost is $20 per person (includes tax and gratuity). Advance
      reservation is required, and seating is limited to the first 75 tickets
      sold. No tickets will be sold at the door. To reserve your seat, print
      and complete this ticket order form, and mail it, together with payment
      in full to:
      Karen Younkins
      711 Eastside St. NE
      Olympia, WA 98506
      Saturday Night Social reservations must be received by January 31, 2013.
      Make checks payable to Capitol Volkssport Club.
      Further Saturday Night Social information: e-mail jcyounkins@....
      Facilities/Pets: Restrooms and water will be available at the start and
      finish, also at restaurants or stores (where they exist) along the
      routes. Pets are permitted but NOT in buildings. Owners must observe
      leash and clean up laws.
      Cost: Those walking for American Volkssport Association credit will pay
      $3 per walk, but free participants are welcome. All walkers and cyclists
      must register, carry, and return a start card. An embroidered patch is
      available for $3.
      Lodging: Please note this event occurs on a holiday weekend, so it would
      be prudent to make hotel reservations early. The Sands Resort is
      offering special pricing for the Seabreeze 2013 Walking Festival, and
      the details can be found here; when registering, mention that you are
      attending the walking festival.
      Other walks in the area: If you would like to come early, stay late, or
      walk on your way down and back, we have YREs for you. These can be found
      in Ocean Shores, Aberdeen, Grand Mound, Olympia, Lacey, Tumwater,
      Centralia, and Chehalis. Details of all of these are on the CVC website
      under Everyday Walks.
      Miscellaneous: Donate your old eye glasses to the Lions Club in support
      of Lions Club vision programs.
      Please note: The sponsors are not liable for accidents, thefts, or
      material damage. Every effort will be made by the sponsors to make this
      a safe, enjoyable, and memorable event.
      Weather will be provided; hope to see you there!
      Walk and bike details: All walks, and the bike route, are MAP ONLY
      routes; there will be no trail markings. Please also note that many of
      the walks are weather and tide dependent.
      Ocean Shores Beach Walk: 6K or 11K or 20K, rated 1C. Walk along the
      beach side of Point Brown at Ocean Shores. These walks are not suitable
      for strollers or wheelchairs.
      Ocean Shores Bayside Walk: 6K or 11K or 20K, rated 1A. Walk along the
      bay side of Point Brown at Ocean Shores, with views of Mt. Rainier and
      the Olympics (weather permitting). The 20K walk returns to the start
      point via the beach. The 6K and 11K walks are suitable for strollers or
      wheelchairs, the 20K walk is not.
      Damon Point Walk: 5K or 7K or 10K, rated 1C. This area was formerly part
      of Damon Point State Park, before the ocean took some of it back. Walk
      along the beach and through the marshes of the Point. Please note that
      while portions of this area may have been called Protection Island in
      the past, this is NOT the Protection Island located just west of Port
      Townsend in the Strait of Juan de Fuca. These walks are not suitable for
      strollers or wheelchairs.
      Moclips Walks: 5K or 10K, rated 1C. Walk from Moclips to Pacific Beach
      State Park, through the town of Pacific Beach (10K route only), and back
      to Moclips along the more rugged and rocky North Beach. These walks are
      not suitable for strollers or wheelchairs.
      Griffiths-Priday State Park Walk: 5K or 10K or 12K, rated 2C. Walk along
      paths through the dunes in Griffiths-Priday State Park, and out to a
      remote beach situated between Conner Creek and the Copalis River. These
      walks are not suitable for strollers or wheelchairs.
      Roosevelt Beach Walk: 5K or 7K or 10K, rated 2C. Walk below the high
      bluffs at Roosevelt Beach. Climb the stairs up the bluff to the village
      of Seabrook to enjoy the views. These walks are not suitable for
      strollers or wheelchairs. This is a new walk for 2013.
      Point Brown Bike: 25K or 30K, rated 1A. Bike the entire perimeter of the
      Point Brown peninsula, and back up the middle to the start point.

      City / State: Woodinville, WA
      Event Name: Woodinville & ESVA 1st Quarter Board Meeting
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 93207
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 5k,10k, 15k - 1A
      Description: TRAIL: (1A) Walk on sidewalks, road shoulders, and trail
      passing along the Sammamish River, artwork, and other points of
      interest. The 10 km route follows the Sammamish River trail, with an
      additional 5 km option. STROLLERS & WHEELCHAIRS: 5 km suitable for
      strollers and wheelchairs. 10 km has one small patch that may be
      challenging. MISCELLANEOUS: Water and restrooms at start/finish and
      checkpoint(s). Pets permitted but NOT in building(s). Owners responsible
      for leash and clean up laws. ESVA MEETING STARTS AT 1:00 PM IN MEETING ROOM
      Amenities: Strollers: easy | Wheelchairs: easy | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
      Special Programs: Honoring Law Enforcement, Murals, Rainbow Color-Named
      Places, Walking America's Trails
      Start Times: START TIME: 9:00 am - NOON; FINISH by 3:00 PM
      Location: Woodinville Firehouse #31
      Start Point / Driving Directions: Woodinville Fire & Rescue
      17718 Woodinville-Snohomish Rd NE, Woodinville, WA
      DIRECTIONS: I-405: Exit #23 (SR522E/ Monroe/ Wenatchee). Take first exit
      (SR202) east to Woodinville. LEFT onto NE 175th St., next LEFT onto
      132nd Ave NE (just past cemetery). Continue past Firestation and turn
      RIGHT onto NE 178th Pl. Turn RIGHT into strip mall, parking within the
      Barnes & Noble/Top Foods Complex. There is a path to the Station between
      B&N and Sleep Country. Explorer Scouts will be available for directing
      walk traffic for the first couple of hours. Afterwards, look for signs.
      Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Comments: There will be a Blood Pressure station set-up at the
      Firehouse, which is the start point.
      Host Club: Interlaken Trailblazers Volkssport Club
      Contact: Diane Hildebrand (253) 813-1776
      Website: www.interlakentrailblazers.org/woodinville-march-2-2013.html
      E-Mail Contact: walkin-crazydi@...

      3/2/2013 - 3/3/2013 Northwest Trek Wildlife Park
      City / State: Eatonville, WA
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 95344
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 5K, 10K -
      Location: Northwest Trek Wildlife Park, 11610 Trek Drive E., Eatonville, WA
      Saturday Start time: 9am-1:00 pm
      Finish by: 4:00 pm
      Sunday Start time: 9am-12:00 NOON
      Finish by: 3:00 pm
      Distance/Rating: 10 km (6.2 miles), rated 1B
      5 km (3.1 miles), rated 1A
      Contact: Don Swab (253) 531-2796 or email
      Challenges: Pierce County; All Clubs; Forests, Parks (State), America’s
      Trails, Over the Rainbow (Evergreen State), Art (Statues)
      The Trails: Walk on asphalt trails, woodland paths, and road shoulders
      throughout the park while viewing native northwest wildlife in its
      natural setting. Strollers will have difficulty on the 10 Km trail. The
      5 km trail is suitable for both baby strollers and wheelchairs.
      Awards & Fees: A 100% embroidered traditional Four-Plus Foolhardy Folks
      style patch of a lynx designed by Dorman Batson, is $9.00. Only 75
      patches are available and there will be no reorders. Credit only is
      $3.00. Free participants are welcome, but MUST register, carry, and
      return a start card.
      Hatpin: “B” hatpins available.
      Miscellaneous: Water, restrooms, and food at start/finish. Water at
      checkpoint. Pets are NOT permitted in the park! Service animals must be
      approved by park personnel.
      Directions I-5: exit #127 (SR512) east to SR161 (South Hill/Eatonville).
      RIGHT (south) on SR161: Follow Northwest Trek signs to park (22 miles
      from I-5).
      From SR167: South to SR512 (Puyallup/Olympia) to SR161 exit. Left on
      SR161 and continue as above.
      Host Club: Four-Plus Foolhardy Folks
      Contact: Don Swab (253) 531-2796
      Website: www.fourplushikers.org
      E-Mail Contact: swabdl98@...
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