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Eastern Washington Orienteering Club hosts event

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Ever been to Finch Arboretum? Here’s your excuse to take a scenic fall tour of this pretty park that features trees planted as long as 100 years ago, and 80 varieties of lilacs.

On Saturday, Nov. 7 EWOC ( will have a novice, an intermediate, and a more advanced orienteering course to choose from.

Maps will be pre-printed. To minimize money handling at the event, please have a check or correct cash ($5 for beginners/club members, $7 non-members on advanced courses).

Masks are required around the registration/start/finish area with social distancing. Participants may remove masks while running the course.

For EWOC members who want to have a say in the next year of orienteering, the club will meet at Fire Station 4 shortly after the event.

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