Lake Elmo Orienteering Meet
September 13, 2015
Lake Elmo Park Reserve
Lake Elmo, MN
Spend Valentines day doing something you LOVE, enjoy an afternoon in the woods! Lake Elmo is a 2165 acre park reserve featuring gentle rolling hills with a variety of landscape types including forest and prairie, and lots of trails.
The course will be a 90-minute Score-O with a mass-start.
Registration/Check-In: 11:00am - 11:30pm
Pre-race meeting/map distribution: 11:45am
Race Start: 12:00pm (mass-start)
Course Closure: 1:30pm
Fees are $8/$5/$4 (pre-registration) or $10/$7/$6 (day-of registration) for non-members, members, and junior members respectively.
Pre-register at the old MNOC website. Pre-registration closes Feb.12th at 11:59pm CST.
Directions: Lake Elmo Park Reserve is located 1 mile North of I-94 and 2.5 miles east of I-694 at the intersection of County Road 19 (Keats Ave.) and County Road 10 (10th St.). Take I-94 to County Road 19 and head North 1 mile. Once inside the park watch for O-meet signs.
It takes a few volunteers at each of the meets to make our season successful. We've been doing this for a long time, however, so the process and duties are pretty streamlined. At each of the meets the positions that need to be filled are:
Meet Director (1 person or team) - Generally the first to come, last to go on the day of the meet. Put up the signs leading to the meet and get the maps and other supplies to the meet. Get the money to the treasurer, collect results, and write a blurb for the newsletter and the web site.
Registration (2 people) - Take the fees and hand out the maps and control cards.
Start/Finish (2 people) - Keep the watch and give people start and finish times.
Instruction (1 person) - Help newcomers with information on how to fill out the control card, make corrections on the map where needed, go through the start procedure and copying of controls to their maps. Also be available to answer general questions.
Results (1 person) - Calculate the times and post the cards at the meet.
Photography (1 person) - Take photos of participants/course and post to social media.
Control Retrieval (4-6 people) - Help pick up the controls after the meet is finished. (This is a good way to do an extra course for free!)
If you would like to contribute to the success of the MNOC meets by volunteering for one of these positions, please contact email@example.com to be put in contact with the meet director.
Race results are usually published within 24 hours of the event. View our Race Results page to see the results.
Race Director: TBD
Course design: Ian Harding