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OMG Highway 465 CITO Event - Section 1 🌍

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09 November 2019, 08:00 - 10:00

Join us at Highway 465 for a CITO event!


Come join OMG (Ozark Mountian Geoachers) to help clean Highway 465! Every few months Geocachers gather to eliminate part of the carbon footprint caused by littering. This event will cover the first section of the OMG adopted highway. Next weeks event will cover the second half of the highway! This week will cover 1.5 miles of Highway 465.


*Doorprizes will be given away at the end of each event! *


What will be provided:

•Trash bags

•Extra gloves (limited supply)


Items that YOU should bring:

•Work gloves


•Long Pants recommendend

•Friends and Family


Why YOU, of course...whether you have one cache find or a thousand cache finds, please feel free to come join us for a CITO - Cache In Trash Out Event.

Saturday, November 9, 2019
08:00AM - 10:00AM

Highway 465 - Commuter Parking Lot:

Coordinates - 36.711036, -93.224902

Meet at the posted coordinates for a game plan. There will be vests, trash bags, and extra gloves if needed.

To clean up the environment and give back to the community. Those who wish to may also do some geocaching before or after the event.

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