BAOC Annual General Meeting
Sunol Regional Wilderness
Date: (Sun.) Apr. 3, 2011
Location: Sunol, CA
Event Directors: - 650.248.9595, - 510.407.1876
Type: Annual membership meeting and election of officers
The club's Annual General Meeting (AGM) is scheduled for Sunday, April 3rd, at the Sunol event. This is your chance to find out what is going on in the club, and a chance for the club leadership to hear from you. Please plan to finish your course early so you can participate.
This meeting is open to everyone — past, present, and future members — but only current, paid-up BAOC members can vote.
We will meet at 1:30 near the registration/e-punch area.
Here is the agenda for the meeting:
- President's Report
- Treasurer's Report
- Delegation of Approval of the 2011 AGM Minutes
- Election of Officers
- BAOC Marketing
- Closing Remarks
If you have a matter you would like to have discussed at the AGM, please contact (BAOC Secretary) or (BAOC President). If there is a person you wish to nominate for office, please contact .
Secretary, Bay Area Orienteering Club
Stick Around at the Sunol Event
There will be the regular treats for post-race nourishment... and then, more foodie treats will be revealed at 1:30 at our Annual General Meeting.
The AGM is not only where we elect our officers for the next year. You will get the chance to give your input on some important things the club is dealing with... like marketing!
How do we better get the word out about our club and attract new participants to our fun events? What are things we can do with our events to be more welcoming, attractive, and fun to retain those new faces?
A great social opportunity to help think about forward directions for our club and connect with our club community — hope to see you there!
Social Director, Bay Area Orienteering Club
Sunol Regional Wilderness is in the East Bay. Take highway I-680 to the Calaveras Road exit near Sunol. Go south on Calaveras Road about six miles to Geary Road. Turn left onto Geary and continue a couple of miles to the park entrance. Pay the entrance fee (see below), and follow the O' signs to the Registration area. (Park only in designated parking areas. The rangers do give tickets.)
Be prepared to pay a park-usage fee of $5 per car (and $2 per dog). Most likely a ranger will be on duty at the entrance kiosk to accept your payment, but if not, you may have to use a ticket machine that takes only $1, $5, and $10 bills.
There's a map here that shows the location of the park. (Click on the "pins" in the East Bay until you find the one for this event, and then drag the map [not the pin] to center the pin, and zoom in to see more detail.)