The TRPC Google Calendar is available to be shared with your current Google Calendar. The email address for the TRPC Google calendar is TRPCNewBern@gmail.com. The following are instructions on how to add this calendar to your personal Google calendar. Don’t send mail to this email address. It is only used to establish the Google Calendar.
- Sign in to your Google Calendar and look to the left side of the page. (http://google.com/calendar)
- Under the heading of Other Calendar click the Add link to enter the e-mail address associated with the TRPC calendar.
- For the sake of convenience, make the TRPC calendar a different color so you can tell all of the appointments apart.
The current TRPC calendar is set up through May, but I will be adding the other events in the next few weeks.
The June 3rd Kayak for the Warriors™ event is a Pine Knoll Shores fund raiser for the Hope For The Warriors Foundation®. The brochure providing the even details and registration form can be retrieved on the Non Club Events page.
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If you have any questions or changes please add comment, or email Carolyn: c.borgert AT live.com
The Goose Creel State Park trip is scheduled from March 24th – 27th. You can make it a fun overnight camping trip or a simple day trip on the 25th. You can read the complete description of the trip by clicking here. The description is also available from the 2017 Schedule page under Activities.
A description of the March 30th Kayak Rescue Training class is available by clicking here.
The January meeting minutes are available by clicking on minutes. They are also available on the News/Meeting Minutes menu item.
The February Membership meeting will be held on Valentines Day, February 14th. It will be held at the usual time, 7:00 pm, on the second floor of the Administration Building.
The November Membership meeting was moved to November 15th because of the November 8th election. It will be held at the usual time, 7:00 pm, on the second floor of the Administration Building.
We’ll meet at 10AM (70 and partly cloudy) at the Wildlife Ramp at the end Midyette Street and then we’ll drive to Pierce Creek (3.5 miles to launch). An easy paddle up into the smaller streams maybe 2 hours long. Maybe the stream where we saw the bear last year. We didn’t make it last week and 14 of us went up Kershaw Creek instead. If you need to borrow a kayak let me know.