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  1. At my company's annual gathering this week, we spent part of one day volunteering at Feed My Starving Children in Mesa. We all had so much fun at the event, and I felt that the impact of our efforts was so meaningful, that I've reserved a time for Offroad Passport members to volunteer some time. The event entails getting checked in 'Covid style' (i.e.: temp check, mask, ect.,) listening to a short orientation, and then working together as a team to fill, seal, and pack as many packages of Manna Pack meals as we can. The FMSC team replenishes food bins and supports the teams throughout, as well as playing some nice loud rock-and-roll to help get everyone pumped! It's a fun and fast-paced 1.5 hours of production. Kids over 5 years old (accompanied by an adult) are welcome, are fully able to participate, and will enjoy the experience. What: Packaging meals for kids in need, worldwide. Where: Feed My Starving Children, 1345 S. Alma School Rd., Mesa AZ 85210 When: Saturday, June 19, 2021 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (Please arrive 10 - 15 mins early so that we may gather our group). About FMSC: FMSC provides everything needed, and has honed the volunteer process to a precision 'T'. All you need to bring is yourself! FMSC offers volunteers a one-of-a-kind experience. You’ll hand-pack rice, soy, dried vegetables and a nutritionally complete blend of vitamins and minerals into bags which are then sealed, boxed, placed on pallets and shipped to our incredible partners working hard to reach the neediest children around the world. Frequently asked: https://www.fmsc.org/about-us/faqs FMSC works best with groups of 5, and we've reserved all 11 groups, or a total of 55 people, for this 2 hour shift. If we can't fill this number I will give the empty slots back sometime in May. LET'S DO THIS! Just post to this thread if you'd like to go or with any questions. PLEASE TELL US THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE IN YOUR PARTY WHO WILL BE ATTENDING - WE NEED AN ACCURATE HEAD COUNT. Attending: @dzJeepChic @MissJanuary @shellback91 @johnpa @FleetSailor Colleen @FleetSailor Kevin @Trail Toy Jason @Trail Toy Sarah @Trail Toy Maya @Trail Toy Marilyn @MissJanuary friend Chelsea @MissJanuary Friend Ty @MissJanuary Friend Sarah @lofreqjeff Jeff @lofreqjeff Katie HEAD COUNT LOCKED AT 15 WITH THE FACILITY.
  2. Sorry about the last minute post! We decided to do some maintenance at John desert4x4's memorial before we move in a couple months. This is a run is Sunday, May 2, on Sunflower Mine Trail, but not the loop down in the creek. We're going in/out the moderate way in and out, not the difficult loop through the creek. I'm taking container, and I got some note pads and stuff. We'll do some clean up around the site, trim the bushes and just check on things in general, and have lunch there. Returning the same way we went in. Meet up: 9:30 AM @ Ba'ja Gas Station/Chevron Map Here... (FYI I recommend you fuel up elsewhere as Ba'ja is pricey!) What to Bring: Plenty of water, lunch, snacks, sun-screen, hat, sunglasses, camera, usual trail gear i.e. tools, etc. Trail Conditions & Rig Minimums: The trail is rated moderate due to a few rocky ascents and descents, but is otherwise easy. It is suitable for high-clearance 4x4's with low-range and aggressive all-terrain or mud-terrain tires. Must have suitable recovery points front and rear and CB or Ham Radio in good working order. Trail Leaders: @dzJeepChic & @Number7 Attending:
  3. We decided to do some maintenance at John desert4x4's memorial before we move in a couple months. This is a run is Sunday, May 2, on Sunflower Mine Trail, but not the loop down in the creek. We're going in/out the moderate way in and out, not the difficult loop through the creek. I'm taking container, and I got some note pads and stuff. We'll do some clean up around the site, trim the bushes and just check on things in general, and have lunch there. Returning the same way we went in. Sign up and more info here...
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    At my company's annual gathering this week, we spent part of one day volunteering at Feed My Starving Children in Mesa. We all had so much fun at the event, and I felt that the impact of our efforts was so meaningful, that I've reserved a time for Offroad Passport members to volunteer some time. The event entails getting checked in 'Covid style' (i.e.: temp check, mask, ect.,) listening to a short orientation, and then working together as a team to fill, seal, and pack as many packages of Manna Pack meals as we can. The FMSC team replenishes food bins and supports the teams throughout, as well as playing some nice loud rock-and-roll to help get everyone pumped! It's a fun and fast-paced 1.5 hours of production. Kids over 5 years old (accompanied by an adult) are welcome, are fully able to participate, and will enjoy the experience. What: Packaging meals for kids in need, worldwide. Where: Feed My Starving Children, 1345 S. Alma School Rd., Mesa AZ 85210 When: Saturday, June 19, 2021 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (Please arrive 10 - 15 mins early so that we may gather our group). About FMSC: FMSC provides everything needed, and has honed the volunteer process to a precision 'T'. All you need to bring is yourself! FMSC offers volunteers a one-of-a-kind experience. You’ll hand-pack rice, soy, dried vegetables and a nutritionally complete blend of vitamins and minerals into bags which are then sealed, boxed, placed on pallets and shipped to our incredible partners working hard to reach the neediest children around the world. Sign up or get more information here...
  5. 1/9/2021: 11th Annual Holiday Party Trail Ride BBQ Gift Exchange Cookie Contest: near Carefree, AZ: 4x4 Easy Hey everyone!!! It's time for Offroad Passport's Annual Holiday party after the Holidays! Join us for a short easy trail ride and big time fun! There's BBQ'd burgers & dogs and a potluck lunch, the infamous cut-throat white elephant gift exchange, and the annual cookie contest (AND JUDGING - YUM!)! After all the fun and excitement we'll exit to Bartlett Dam Rd, probably airing up by mid-afternoon. It's a fun day with your Offroad Passport friends! MEET UP: 9:30 AM at the Shell gas station on Dynamite Road & Alma School Rd. Map link here... Note: You may want to get gas at a different place first though since that Shell is SO 'spensive! Trail Info: we'll be heading to the same spot as last year, but taking a slightly different route. i think this will make for about a 1 hour trail ride. the trail is still rated "easy", but you do need 4-wheel-drive. we'll exit towards Bartlett Dam Rd again which means the air-up spot is only about 20 minutes away after the party is over. This is a Potluck event! Offroad Passport supplies Hamburgers and Hotdogs (not the buns). Let us know what you can bring to contribute to the lunch (see sign-up below)! We'll also need tables, trash bags, etc. NOTE: There is no 'Desserts' category since the Cookie Baking Contest covers that! Potluck Sign-up: Hamburgers & Hotdogs: The Offroad Passport Team + brats/sausages from curbjumper Charcoal & Lighter Fluid: The Offroad Passport Team Hamburger & Hotdog Buns We estimate that we need 5 packages each of Hamburger and Hotdog buns. 1. Shellback91 - 3 Packs Hamburger Buns 2. KC4X4 - 3 Pack Hotdog Buns 3. 4. . Condiments (Ketchup, mustard, relish, mayo, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, etc.) 1. Scottl - ketchup, mustard, mayo 2. KtroubleA - Onions, tomatoes, lettuce 3. Trail Toy - dill pickles & sweet pickle relish . Cheese for the Hamburgers: 1. johnpa 2. . Sides/Salads/Appetizers: 1. 4x4tographer 2. ob1jeeper 3. Curly 4. Bradywgn71 - sweet BBQ meatballs 5. . Chips, etc.: 1. Shellback91 2. GetNout . Soft Drinks: 1. spencerhahn 2. GetNout 3. . Ice: 1. GetNout - 2 bags 2. . Paper Plates, Plastic Cutlery, Napkins, etc.: 1. Trail Toy - paper plates and plastic cutlery 2. . Bottled Water: 1. 4x4tographer 2. Bradywgn71 . Trash Bags: 1. lofreqjeff - trash barrels, trash bags, trash hauling when we're done. Basic rock star! 2. . Tables: 1. 4x4tographer 2. ob1jeeper 3. Curly 4. Trail Toy 5. lofreqjeff 6. KC4X4 Enter the Cookie Baking Contest! Bring your homemade cookies! The cookie with the most votes wins some Offroad Passport Swag (1 T-shirt & 2 Round Decals!) + Mystery Prize! NEW THIS YEAR - Kid's Gift Exchange!!! Bring 1 wrapped gift per kid that costs around $10. The big people will randomly number the gifts, and put all the numbers in a hat. The kids will each draw a number to see which gift they get. No stealing or anything, just a fun surprise gift. Trading is allowed after all the gifts are open, if any of them want to. See Attendee's list below for kid's ages. Gift Exchange: Bring wrapped gift(s) to participate! $20 suggested limit. No limit on number of gifts per person. 4x4, Expedition, Camping or White Elephant! Have fun with it but please bring something YOU'D love to win. Take a number for each gift you bring. The highest number goes first by opening any present. The next highest number may steal the first gift or open another one and so on until all the gifts are open. A gift may be stolen no more than 1 time per round, and is completely frozen on its 3rd steal. Additional Info: This trip is subject to cancellation or postponement due to rain CB channel 4 -or- GMRS channel 17 (462.600 Mhz) -or- ham simplex 146.460 Mhz No Pets! With the large group, mingling, food and BBQ grill, this trip is not a suitable place for pets. Please leave your dogs/cats/falcons/etc. at home for this event! Holiday Party Merch Specials: Since the cookie contest winner gets to pick out a shirt, we're bringing all of the ORP schwag! Let us know if you want to buy something. Men's Light Weight ORP Tshirts - 2 side print: Gray $13 White $10 Attending: @dzJeepChic & @Number7 @theksmith @4x4tographer & @Yodamom + 2 Girls 6 & 10 Yrs. @shellback91 & Mrs.Shellback @ob1jeeper& @Ladybug @Curly @Bradywgn71 & @kaspily @lofreqjeff & Mrs.lofreq & 1 Girl - 9 Yrs. @KC4X4 @johnpa +1 @scottL +1 @KtroubleA +3 @curbjumper @spencerhahn @GetNout +1 Just post a reply in this thread saying you'd like to go and we'll put you on the roster!
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