OSSA 50th Anniversary Convention
Diamond Lake Resort 100th Year Anniversary
January 11th to 15th, 2022
Don't miss the fun!
For this year's event there are lots and lots of happenings, Details and signups here. We need you to sign up for the various activities you wish to attend. The activities and happenings have been grouped into 4 different event tracks
- Evening Socials - Wednesday to Saturday - Sign up here
- Guided Rides - Tuesday to Saturday - Sign up here
- Avalanche Training class - Thursday Jan 13th - Sign up here
- Club Workshops - Wednesday to Friday - Sign up here
Beginning Wednesday Jan 12th - there will be beers, movies, pizza and more beer - Each night has a separate evening function (Tuesday night is dark)
Each day of the convention there will be guided rides, hosted by the 4 clubs from Southern Oregon. Each day will feature a different part of the mountain, with planned guided rides on Friday and Saturday into Crater Lake Park.
OSSA has teamed up with Jeff Hambelton from Elevated Backcountry and Northwest Avalanche center to offer you an AIARE Avalanche Rescue Course. This is the first course you need before training in AIARE 1 or AIARE 2 classes.
There are 3 days of workshops focused on training and club operations. Our
Club communication workshop will feature training in GrowthZone for email communications and club event management. this workshop would be great for the Club President, Secretary or anyone else that works on events and club communications.
Club Finance, we work with you to setup your club finance reporting. This workshop will help your club Treasury deliver reporting and processes to manage the club finances and taxes. Most clubs have substantial funds in the bank. this workshop will get your club setup for a little more reporting with better visibility as to how the clubs is spending the money and track the income and expenses compared with previous season. This is a must attend for club Treasurers
Partnering with the Forest Service, we will have a guest presenter from the Forest Service to share best practices for your club to get your projects from the planning board to shovel ready projects eligible for Forest Service grants and approval. Great for those members in the club that deal with Trail Maintenance and working with the Forest Service in your area.
Sorry for the long email - just lots and lots of great stuff planned for everyone!!!
Help celebrate OSSA's 50th year anniversary and get your club and riding ready for the next 50 years !!
See you up on the Mountain