Conference Golf Tournament
1316 Fairway Drive
Myrtle Creek, Oregon 97457
Join peers at the Conference Golf Tournament on Monday, October 15th, shotgun start at noon. Relax and enjoy the spectacular canyon layout as it winds through and around the hills flanked by creeks and countryside. Designed by renowned architect Graham Cooke, Cougar Canyon's links inspired layouts is one of the finest!
Golf Fees: $65, includes half cart, greens fees, lunch, and prizes!
Stewart Park Drive
Roseburg, Oregon 97471
The Disc Golf Tournament will be held on Tuesday morning, October 16th. We will meet at Riverfront DGC at 8:15 am, with a planned tee time of 8:30. Riverfront DGC is approximately 30 minutes from the conference venue. After playing 18 holes, will we play 9 holes at Millsite DGC in Myrtle Creek. If you are a 1st Timer or Mentor you might skip Millsite and get back to Canyonville for the 11:00 am 1st Timers Get Acquainted Meeting. If you want more information on the courses and their ratings, visit: www.oregondiscgolf.com.
Everyone is welcome, no matter your skill level. Participation is a great opportunity to meet new people and network. Groupings of three to four players will be determined at the course. All registrants will be contacted for carpooling arrangements prior to the conference. A set of 3 sponsorship discs will be provided to conference players, so don't worry if you have never played or do not have any discs. Our discs are sponsored by: Century West, Keller Associates, and Murray Smith Associates. For our second timers a disc golf bag from Century West is provided. If you have discs and a bag, please be sure to bring them and check the weather forecast. It's always a good idea to bring waterproof shoes/clothes!
Disc Golf Fees: $10 includes prizes and snacks!
Wildlife Safari - Any Closer and You'd Be Lunch...
So, how do you improve and expand an elephant habitat when there are elephants living in it?
What does emergency preparedness look like for lions, tigers, and bears...oh my!?
How does the facility handle water and wastewater management for both park visitors and park residents?
This technical presentation and tour will cover the unique challenges of running a wildlife park and the infrastructure it takes to keep the 500 animals and 200,000 annual visitors safe and comfortable. The field trip will include a presentation on how the park handles these challenges followed by a behind the scenes tour for attendees.
Cost is $35/person and space is limited to 25, so early registration is encouraged. Don't miss out!
Exhibitor Hosted Social
Ambassador Cheetah - Bringing the zoo to you...
The Exhibitor Hosted Social is the networking hub of the conference. At the social you will find tasty appetizers, drinks to quench your thirst, camaraderie with like professionals, and this fall...the Zoo!
Wildlife Safari's cheetah outreach program is one of the ways it reaffirms their commitment to conservation and education. Wildlife Safari is the number two cheetah breeding center outside of Africa. The Safari works as a member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums within the Species Survival Plan for cheetahs to ensure species propagation, variety, and survival. Some cheetahs become important ambassadors, representing their wild counterparts in various public appearances. Just about every day, Wildlife Safari Ambassador Cheetahs are visiting schools, hospitals, and other public places to instill the awe and wonder of wildlife conservation that we all share, in people of all ages.
Don't miss all the fun, food, and opportunity to meet one of the Wildlife Safari's Ambassador Cheetah's! It's an experience like no other!