St. Louis Area Geocachers Assn.
Tiger Day 2006
Camp Grizzly Cub World
Beaumont Scout Reservation
June 3rd - 10am - 3pm
The Tiger Cub Adventure Fair is an opportunity for Tiger Cubs graduating from first grade. Tigers and their families are invited to experience all the fun and adventure Cub World offers. This year’s Fair is one your graduating Tigers won’t want to miss.
Concessions will be available or bring your own lunch and make a day of it. Enjoy the highlights of Cub World - the Pirate Ship, Fort Hussmann, Castle, Maze, etc. - as well as the demonstrations, games, and displays by local groups, businesses, and organizations. Here are a few from the last event:
|American Service Dog Association
||Missouri National Guard
|High Ridge Fire Protection District
||Museum of Transportation
|Jefferson County Sheriff
||St. John Police Department
||St. Louis County Park Rangers
|Map & Compass Committee, B.S.A.
||St. Louis Science Center
|St. Louis Zoo
||U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary
This year, the Greater St. Louis Area Geocachers Association, SLAGA, will setup temporary caches, have a booth and have a couple of informal sessions on Geocaching basics. This includes basic GPS fundamentals, Map and Compass used with Geocaching, hunting techniques and information on SLAGA.
Anyone is invited to come out and either help setup, help with the booth, share their knowledge or hunt some of the temporary caches. Keep in mind that these caches are going to be 1/1's if not lower.
This is an excellent opportunity to chat with families about Geocaching and to share your expertise. Some of the games we will play will be "Pace to the Prize" and "Treasure, Treasure, where's the Treasure?"
Setup begins at 8am and we will shut down and pack up right at 3pm. For those who would like to come out and work the booth or help with the hunts, I will provide lunch. BBQ will be served for lunch.
Hope to see a lot of people out there to share their interest in Geocaching. Once they learn about this exciting and family fun activity, I'm sure they will want to know more.
If you plan on coming to help, please contact Strider and let him know.
More info on Tiger Day can be found at: GSLAC Web Site