Tuesday January 25 9:00 pm
The Club has negotiated a new insurance policy. A Summary of the coverage provided by this policy is presented in the following document.
SSOC Insurance Coverage Summary
WEDNESDAY OUTINGS - SNOW SEASON:
The winter season kicked off in November with a trip to an early season favorite, Lake Louise followed by outings to Kananaskis Village, Peter Lougheed Park and Mt. Shark.
Outings will resume on January 6. Check the Evite or Phone Line on January 1, 2016.
City walks continue year round and, like our other activities, are very popular.
Check the Club hot line or email each week for details of the location of the upcoming Monday walk.
ALBERTA 55+ WINTER GAMES:
Cub members have traditionally participated in the cross country ski events as part of the Alberta 55+ Winter Games. This year Rick Young competed in the event held on January 23rd at COP and won a gold medal ! Rick completed three laps of the hilly and icy course in one hour. Congratulations, Rick.
Hyperlinks to our growing repertoire of bespoke Summer SSOC maps are in the pages titled 'SSOC 'Maps'. To access this from the Menu System opposite follow the sequence which pops out sideways to the right:
The Club makes every effort to look after Members and Guests on outings, but the bottom line is that each person is responsible for him or herself.
Out-of-City Activities–>Hiking–>Trail Information->SSOC Maps
We urge all Members to come on outings armed with a downloaded and printed 'Map of the Day'. This is especially important when we are visiting a new or variant of a venue.
HOW TO VIEW AND DOWNLOAD A MAP:
This is for anyone having difficulty in viewing and downloading a map:
You are asked to 'click on hyper link'. Hyperlinks are links which take you to a document held on the website one is in. Links take one to a document on a different website. Both take the form of underlined red text, as per the example below:
CG49 Jumpingpound Loop
Once the map is open and displayed you must download it. Different browsers have similar Download control icons. Sometimes you will see a 'Download' button; sometimes this is shown as a 'floppy disk' icon. Identify and click on it. The maps are often a megabite or two in size so the time taken to download can be several seconds or more, depending on the speed of your internet connection. If you have cable it takes only a few seconds, but not all of us are so lucky. Be patient and watch your downloading progress indicator.
LOST AND FOUND:
A list of Lost and Found items is included in the bus books.