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    Default Portland Area Geocaching Presentation.

    I have email from a new member who is affiliated with the Windham Land Trust, and who is looking for an experienced geocacher to do a 1/2 to 1 hour presentation on geocaching to that group.

    I emailed a couple of GCM.org members and got no response, then I posted a message on the "Advisory Board" thread and got no response, so now I'm opening the request to the general membership.

    And suggestions as to anyone who I could refer this person to? Anyone interested in doing a presentation on geocaching?

    Thanks.

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    Depending on the timing, I might be interested. It'd be great if I had a cohort, I mean co-presenter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NativeMainer View Post
    Depending on the timing, I might be interested. It'd be great if I had a cohort, I mean co-presenter.
    I've agonized over the lack of response for a couple of days, but Gary (Team2Hunt) emailed me this afternoon, volunteering in response to this request. Sheesh! I should have thought of him immediately as he would be a good ambassador and an effective speaker for geocaching.

    Thanks for offering to help. I'd suggest contacting Gary to see what develops - perhaps he'd like some assistance.


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    Sorry, this kept slipping my mind. T2H would be a great choice, and if Native Mainer can assist that might be a plus too!
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    T2H - great choice and about as local as they get! Gary's background is training too.

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    All righty then. Just let me know if I can help in the presentation in any way.
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    They approached me last week via e-mail and I forwarded the info to Team2Hunt, DSKG and TeamHorwich..... but I'd be happy to show them the SeriousTool methods of caching.... and hopefully create some MORE SeriousTools!

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    Talking This Wednesday.....

    Quote Originally Posted by WhereRWe? View Post
    I have email from a new member who is affiliated with the Windham Land Trust, and who is looking for an experienced geocacher to do a 1/2 to 1 hour presentation on geocaching to that group.

    I emailed a couple of GCM.org members and got no response, then I posted a message on the "Advisory Board" thread and got no response, so now I'm opening the request to the general membership.

    And suggestions as to anyone who I could refer this person to? Anyone interested in doing a presentation on geocaching?

    Thanks.
    Sorry to be posting this so close to the actual event. For anyone who is interested, the presentation will be 7:00PM this Wednesday October 6th at the Windham Public Library, on the Windham Center Road. Any and everyone is welcome. If there is a need to do a second presentation, the plan would be to do a Saturday and make it an event. I might pair up a few experienced cachers with the newbies and grab the Windham Land Trust caches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hollora View Post
    T2H - great choice and about as local as they get! Gary's background is training too.
    ....he used to train for Home Depot. YUCK!!!



    I know, he trained in the store where I worked a time or two.

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    You might check with circles if you need any help in this way. She has done a recent presentation is working with one of the conservation groups, but I am not sure which one.
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