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GeoVenture 2016: Summer Camp

GeoVenture 2016: Summer Camp will be happening in historic and picturesque Camp Morton Provincial park, just 8km North of Gimli. Camp Morton is a beautiful and scenic location right on the shore of Lake Winnipeg with many historic buildings around the park. We believe Geocachers will fall in love with the scenery.

We have decided to go with a back to basics approach this year, due to the change in venue and the lack of full services, compared to previous years at Birds Hill Park.

Milestones for May 2016

Congratulations to the following MBGA members who achieved milestones in May 2016!

200: Winnjetbrick, ShadowBeardie123, Open To Distraction.
300: Dueck5, Crazy Canuck, lord yorlik.
500: SchmallyJB
1,000: The DoWoP's, Warnor.
1,100: yakherder, 2TG
1,500: ShopCrazy, MarcoIslandGirl.
1,600: Semb.
1,900: WpgAdventures.
2,000: Jesterphox.
2,500: myst354, Jabbywockyz.
3,000: darth daul, Geocacher Ken.
3,500: H.

MBGA Executive

As of May 11, the MBGA Executive for 2016/2017 are

President: Mike Neale (glacier_ice)
Vice-President: Jason Kaleta (jabbywockyz)
Treasurer: Vonnie Arnold (V A)
Secretary: Kristine Fileccia (epatzee)

Manitoba Geocaching at the Speedway!

The Red River Co-op Speedway has kindly invited the MBGA to host a table along with other exhibitors on race night!

Red River Co-op Speedway is the largest oval dirt track in central Canada and offers great fun for the whole family and we are thrilled they want to highlight our 'sport'! The MBGA setup at the speedway will be similar to that of the RV show with a treasure hunt for the kids (or adults).

What: The Red River Co-op Speedway
When: Thursday June 9, 2016
Time: 7PM
Where: At the track: 952 Cartier Road, Ste.

Presenting... the new MBGA Logo!

Presenting... the new MBGA Logo!

The creation of the new logo was months of back breaking research that took us into the deepest jungles (of tall grass) and climbing the steepest mountains Riding Mountain). We interviewed the cleverest of garden gnomes and spoke with the nicest of Babel Fish.

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