There is one group effort by Maniac each year that is the perfect example of outreach and service specifically encouraged by Groundspeak. The CITO event "Annual Penobscot River Clean-up by Maine Geocachers"
Originally Posted by dubord207
Which has seen very few participants from the south.
I don't care that several years ago that there was a dust up between the north and the south. People that keep trying to infuse a difference between any of us is despicable. There is no difference between us except in your minds. The biggest problems with these events is distance.
Any attempts at encouraging or exploiting a difference is terrible. In the entire time I have been a part of geocaching I have never heard anyone say anything about a northern Maine geocachers group. However there is quit a few that have sponsored and supported SoMe geocachers. (Southern Maine geocachers).
As far as I can see there has been nothing but an inclusive effort by the board members and people above the Augusta line and a lot of separatist rhetoric from the those below that supposed line.
I have no enemies, but I'm intensely disliked by my friends.