CALIFORNIA - Announcing 12th Annual CORVA Southern Jamboree

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October 02, 2013 6:37 PM

CALIFORNIA - Announcing 12th Annual CORVA Southern Jamboree

Dear BRC Members and Supporters in California,

We wanted to pass along the latest from the folks over at the California Off-Road Vehicle Association (CORVA) . The 12th Annual CORVA Southern Jamboree is just a few days away. This annual event helps raise funds for the CORVA Land Use Legal Defense Fund.

Okay gang.... this is your chance to have fun and help protect OHV use. So... grab the family and the dog and get going!

As always, call or email if you have any questions or comments.

Ric Foster
Public Lands Department Manager
BlueRibbon Coalition
208-237-1008 ext 107


 

 

 

 

LATEST CORVA NEWS
September 2013

Are you ready for the best poker run in the desert? Only a couple weeks away on Saturday, October 12th for the Annual CORVA Southern Jamboree. There are some great trails to explore in the Spangler area. Never been to this area? then now is the perfect time, following marked trails and having fun with your fellow off-roaders too.

This event is a fundraiser to help the CORVA Land Use Legal Defense Fund. There will be fun games, a dog show, barbecue dinner, and as always, a terrific raffle at night. Bring the dogs, sign up for the popular dog show and dress your dog up for the costume contest. It should be fun.

 

 

Online Registration is now available, the bonus is
2 Poker Hands and 3 Free Game Tickets!!!

CLICK HERE

 


SEE THE FLYER
CLICK HERE

SEE THE MAP
CLICK HERE

Can't make it to the event this year, you can always make a donation to help keep us,
"On the ground and running!"

Do that by click here: Donate to CORVA

THANKS for your support


The California Off-Road Vehicle Association


Please DO NOT REPLY TO THIS EMAIL. Instead...

Please direct questions or comments to:

The CORVA Board of Directors HERE

 

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