The Texas Geocaching Association (TXGA) was formed in January 2003 by Sam Morrow (UsMorrows), Candy Lind (Moosiegirl), and Will Nienke (9Key). Their vision and efforts have brought us here today; however, as with any organization, it is time that we revitalize TXGA. From this point forward, September 10th will be TXGA DAY!
To commemorate this first TXGA DAY, we are wiping the slates clean and beginning anew.
Events like this one are being held across the state of Texas and the TXGA is encouraging EVERY TEXAS GEOCACHER to find an event near you and attend. TXGA Reps are hosting and will provide everyone with all the information that you will need to renew or become a member of the Texas Geocaching Association.
Why become a TXGA Member? What does TXGA do for Texas geocaching and me in particular? Do I get anything by becoming a member? These are just a few of the questions that will be answered at this event.
In addition, we will have a computer(s) hooked up to allow you to join before you leave the event.
Local groups will be on hand to provide you with information about caching and additional events in your area. Our geocaching team will give demonstrations on how to get started geocaching using your smartphone and how to use a handheld GPS device.
Now is the PERFECT time to start geocaching!
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