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Discussion: What does your club do well?

in: Orienteering; General

Feb 5, 2018 2:24 AM # 
bobfo:
Among nearly 60 clubs in OUSA, we've got a whole portfolio of valuable skills: planning and running national events, growing youth leagues, working with scouts, delivering training, welcoming newcomers, working with state parks, recruiting and recognizing volunteers, and more. Where does your club excel?

Suppose we could combine all that knowledge in one permanent place for anyone to access, put to use and solve challenges in less time--so we could spend less time on administrative stuff and more of it out on orienteering courses. What info would your club look for? What would you contribute?

We now have two resources for this:

The OUSA INBOX (www.bit.ly/OUSA-Inbox) is the place to put any document that saves other clubs time and effort--or grab one that helps you.

And the OUSA Library (www.bit.ly/OUSA-Library) the place to find anything voted an OUSA Best Practice, commonly needed OUSA forms, OUSA board docs--anything you need that used to take a long time to find or recreate.

Check them out and see what works for you!

Bob Forgrave
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