Northwest Nude News 10/04/2013
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This week in the Northwest
* 10am-6pm Fraternity Snoqualmie
Issaquah Salmon Days
* 9am AANR-NW beach cleanup at Rooster Rock State Park
* 7pm Lake Associates Recreation Club – Karaoke
* 12p – AANR-NW beach cleanup Sauvie Island – Collins Beach
At the AANR-NW fall board meeting (9/28-29/2013), the board decided to
explore means to better inform our members and the public on the efforts
that AANR and AANR-NW make on behalf of nudist rights. The preliminary
focus will be on providing short articles on significant nudist rights
issues in the weekly eNews and other AANR-NW publications. These
articles may include news items, links to other publications or
websites, and pending legislation at federal, state or local levels.
Assistance would be appreciated. If you see any related news items
please forward the information to the committee:
Beach Cleanups Redux
The rescheduled beach cleanups are this weekend.
—- from an earlier post
The first rescheduled AANR-NW beach clean-up will be on Saturday,
October 5 at 9:00 a.m. at Rooster Rock State Park
This is a clothing optional event, if you are cleaning in the nude
area. It is highly suggested that you wear shoes and sun screen. Hats
are also recommended if it is very bright. Bring work gloves if you
have them. All tools and clean-up bags will be furnished. We will be
working with the Rooster Rock park staff. The Park Ranger Supervisor
will have a list of projects that includes light to heavy work.
Volunteers do not have to pay the day use fee. Tell the person in the
registration booth, if it is manned, that you are there for the
clean-up. When registering for the clean-up, you will receive a card to
put in your window. MEETING LOCATION CHANGE: Because of a cross country
event at the east end of the parking lot that morning, meet instead at
the office near the entrance. The clean-up should not last longer than
around three hours, and will be followed by a hamburger/hot dog barbeque
out on the beach where the main trail comes through the vegetation.
AANR-NW will provide table, barbeque, plates, tableware, napkins, cold
water, sugar free lemonade, burgers, hot dogs and trimmings and some
dessert snacks. The only restrooms accessible from the nude beach are
located near the parking area.
Sunday, October 6 -Sauvie Island-Collins Beach
– clean-up at noon. A parking pass is usually required and can be
purchased at the store or deli after crossing the bridge to the island
but SOLVE again is providing free day-of-event passes for those that
volunteer. Restrooms are portable toilets located in the parking area
near the beach trail openings. We will concentrate our efforts on the
gravel road parking area and litter sweeps of the beach area from nude
beach opening one (number two marked opening) to the opening marked
number six. Meet on the beach near the second nude beach opening (number
3 opening). A potluck will be held at around 2:00 p.m. AANR-NW
will supply a barbeque, hamburgers, hot dogs and fixings, water, sugar
free lemonade, plates, tableware, napkins as well as a table and
covering canopy. Bring a folding chair/towel to sit on and dry off with
as well as a potluck item and your favorite beverage.
For your security, please do not leave any items visible in your vehicle.
We need additional volunteers at these events so that we can retain our
beach sponsorship. These legal nude beaches are unique to Oregon and we
want to continue to keep our beaches bare!!
Want to volunteer but need more info? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for
directions, further details on these events and how to get a
complimentary Collins Beach parking pass e-mailed.
Something fishy is happening in Issaquah Saturday and Sunday. Visit
Issaquah’s family oriented Salmon Days
Festival celebrating the return of the spawning salmon to our lakes,
creeks and historic downtown hatchery. Come enjoy Foods of the World,
hundreds of arts and crafts vendors, inflatables, pony rides, an extreme
air show demonstration, human hamster balls, and lots of live music.
While you’re there, visit Fraternity Snoqualmie’s
booth on Rainier Blvd, one block east of Front St. and one block south
of Sunset Blvd. The best parking to get to the FS booth is at the
Issaquah Highlands Park and Ride. Parking is free and the shuttle is $2
round trip, free for age 8 and under.
Your club’s event
Let us know what’s happening in your club. We would be happy to share
it with the region. Send info to email@example.com
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