Like many in our community, I have found myself thinking about Scud a lot lately. His death left a hole in many hearts, but his life was full of inspiration. As someone serving in a leadership role on the MORE board I find myself reflecting a great deal on the work Scud did for our community over the years. His influence is resulting in many of us seeking ways to turn this inspiration into positive action and to ultimately embrace the lifestyle Scud exemplified.
For 2014 the REV3 Adventure trail series is back, catering to the trail runner, mountain biker, or anyone who enjoys both.
The following info was posted over at Scudfries.org from Scott's family.
The board positions and terms are:
President - 2 year term
Vice President - 2 year term
Operations Director - 2 year term
Treasurer - 3 year term
Members Representative - 1 year term
Activities Director - 1 year Term
Advocacy Director - 1 year term
Nominations with summaries of why you want to be on the board are due to the Election Advocate Bill Olson by December 13th. You may nominate yourself. If you have any questions about the process, feel free to email me firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 402-926-9453.
MORE/IMBA is seeking qualified applicants for the newly created Event Coordinator position. Application letters and resumes should be submitted to email@example.com not later than noon Eastern Time on December 16, 2013. The full job description can be accessed here http://more-mtb.org/news/events-coordinator-job-opening
Burn off all that food you ate while helping the trails you love to ride!. The reroute for the blue trail between Delauter Road and Sand Flats was built this past spring/summer, so now we need to finish up the last bit and close down the old trail.
Our friends at the Potomac Bridle & Hiking Trails Club are hosting their annual day after Thanksgiving horseback ride this Friday, November 29th between 11AM and 1PM. They are asking that the public keep dogs leashed and curtail bike use on the “blue-blazed” Muddy Branch Trail between the Potomac Horse Center to RTE. 28
during the 2 hour event that day.
Some of their horses and riders are not comfortable with bikes and dogs can get quite excited seeing so many horses.
Your consideration is greatly appreciated so as to keep everyone safe.