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The Adopt-a-Forest program goals are:
* Prevention through education
* Law enforcement
* Improved legal recycling and disposal options.
The program encourages volunteers--the program’s backbone--to clean up existing trash and to function as an "army" of educators.
You have reached the homepage of the Michigan Geocaching Organization (MiGO). The purpose of our organization is to promote the sport of Geocaching in Michigan via improved communications and to provide information to the public about our activities and the sport of geocaching. Please spend some time on our site. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us or visit www.geocaching.com for more details.
Join MiGO Today!
Our free membership gives you many benefits. MiGO is one of the oldest
and most respected Geocaching organizations in the country. Since our
inception in April, 2002 we have grown both in size and stature. In
2007 we were granted an organizational land use permit by the Michigan
DNR. This permit is paid annually by MiGO and enables all our members
to place caches on permitted DNR lands at no fee. This is just one of
the many benefits of your free membership. You'll also become part of a
local and tight-knit Geocaching community with an active interest in
caching in our state. Our forums are very active and are a great place
to meet cachers and learn.
Emanuel Lutheran School
1001 N. Capitol Ave, Lansing, MI 48906
Dinner: The food this year is being catered by
Baked Chicken Breast
Mashed potatoes w/Gravy
Rolls & Butter
Cost and Registration:
The same as last year's event, the cost will be $15.00 per adult, Kids 6-11 years old are $5.00 and all kids 5 and under are free. You must register your attendance. All registrations MUST be received by February 07, 2014.
Geocacher Bingo Game sheets handed out
Snacks and various beverages will be available during the event.
A Travel bug table will be available with a sign-in/out sheet
Personal Signature card/item table will be available
MiGO Store opens
1:00 - 1:30
Game Sheets Due
Game Winners Drawn
Auction Winners Announced
Dismissal, clean up, close up
* Annual MiGO Businees Meeting to Follow Winter Social Activites *
Make sure to check out the special Kids areas when you arrive! Ask any event staffer and they will be able to point you to the area.
Someone will be keeping the kids busy with an assortment of crafts and games. They will have plenty of fun doing various crafts, coloring & showing off their talents while interacting with each other. Children 12 and under only, please.
Annual MiGO Business Meeting
The Annual MiGO Business Meeting will start at 3:30 pm, following the 13th Annual MiGO Winter Social. The Annual MiGO Business Meeting is open to the general public. There is no cost to attend the Annual MiGO Business Meeting.
The The Michigan Geocaching Organization is proud to announce Richard LePage (Son of Cyclops), has been awarded The Susan Kay Schug Educational Scholarship for 2014. This is the second award given to Richard. Richard is pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering (at WSU), and has plans to continue on for a Master’s degree in Environmental/Alternative Energy Engineering. Richard has a very good GPA even with taking tough classes like Calculus 4 (Differential Equations)! Richard has completed engineering internships at the Department of Defense (TARDEC), General Dynamics, TRW, and Chrysler Corporation. He is also actively involved with the Formula SAE race car team at Wayne State. He is currently the Chassis Director of the team. Richard and his family have been very involved in geocaching and have been MiGO members since March 2004. Keep up the good work! We wish Richard well in the future!
For more information about this scholarship click on the MiGO Scholarship link in the left column.