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W.E.S.T. - Fall is coming to Coe

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Hidden : Thursday, 10 October 2019
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10 October 2019, 17:30 - 21:00

What is W.E.S.T. well its an acronym that stands for:  West Every Second Thursday.  What does that mean that means on the second Thursday of every month fellow geocachers from all around gather on the Westside of Cleveland for an evening of laughs, stories and fun.  

If you would like to join us this month we will be meeting at:

Coe Lake Pavilion

Berea, OH
5:30 till 9:00

Come and visit with other geocachers.  For new cachers you can finally put the name to the face, for the older cachers come out and catch up with that friend you dont get to see all the time. Do you have to be a geoacher to attend, NO, this event open to anyone and everyone!  If you know someone who might be interested in Geocaching by all means bring them along. 

I will provide some hot coffee, warm cider as well as a nice fire to keep ya'll warm in case mother nature decides to add a little chill to the evening. If you would like you can bring a side dish to share but you dont have to.



If you want to host a W.E.S.T event or even know of a great Cleveland west side location in which to hold one, please contact me at gmarkusic@gmail.com.

Remember: W.E.S.T. - West Every Second Thursday!

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