The AGM was held at 6 p.m.on Saturday 23 May, following the Scottish Individual Championships at Ardnaskie. The venue for the AGM was the Village Hall in nearby Taynuilt.
The minutes are now published below.
The SOA has five sets of clocks that can be used at race starts or finish to show race time. These clocks are designed to be a “Turn on and Go” system for an event start. User guide updated 20th Apr 2015.
The next deadline for applications to the SOA Club Development Fund is 1st October 2015.
Have you renewed your membership yet?
You do not need to be a member of a club to participate in orienteering, but joining an orienteering club, along with Scottish Orienteering and British Orienteering, brings many benefits.
If you always forget about renewing your membership you might want to consider completing a Direct Debit Mandate and not have to worry again.
Following the recent survey on the future of SCORE, the magazine is changing to an electronic format, with paper copies available for SOA members who request this. As described in the January issue, the deadline for opting in is 15 February.
The January issue of SCORE has now been published, and SOA members should receive it this week. If your copy doesn’t arrive, please email the editor:
This issue includes a summary of the responses to the SOA survey on the future of SCORE, full analysis of the responses as a PDF.
Event Levy - 2013/4
It has been some years since SOA levies were increased and it there was no proposal to change this at the EGM on AGM on 25th May 2013. This is in part to recognise the financial strain that many families are under at this time and also to assess the impact of the new membership structure on Scottish events without confusing the issue.