Back by popular demand, we are very happy to announce the return of the MGS Member Spotlight. And for the February 2010 spotlight we are featuring the five 2010 MGS Officers. In recent weeks, in between the meetings and CAM planning, etc., we were able to conduct interviews with the five newly-elected officers. So it is with great pleasure that we introduce; _Johnnycache, Eagleblazer, Trainbug, the8Seachers, and Shady. Please click into the forums to read their interviews.
Category Archives: Member Spotlight
After a brief hiatus while all hands were working on the 2009 Cache Across Maryland event, the MGS Member Spotlight is back. We recently sent cub reporter Woodysix8 over to the Eastern Shore to catch up with Mother Wolf who was just coming off the heels of hosting a very successful CITO event at the Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center. Please click into the forums to read her interview.
Our first March 2009 Member Spotlight is a family of four who have been very active geocachers for several years. Hailing from wild, wonderful West Virginia, it is my pleasure to introduce Hkids4. I recently sat down with the Hkids4 and asked them a few questions. Click into the forums to read more.
For our second February Member Spotlight, we wanted to interview a member who has dedicated many hours of service to the MGS and has been instrumental in raising the positive awareness of geocaching and the Maryland Geocaching Society within the community. A well respected geocacher, and someone who is always willing to lend a hand or simply answer a question. If you have not already had the pleasure, then allow me to introduce, Mr. Dwight Wingert and his lovely wife BJ, better known in geocaching circles as BJ&Snurt101. Click into the forum to read more. All Hail Snurt!
It is with pleasure to introduce Jpatton and JohnnyCache in our January 2009 Member Spotlight. JPatton is a Charter member of Geocaching.com and former president of the MGS. JohnnyCache is an IT expert who often assist members in our TechTalk forum and he recently created a great Wherigo cache for the Masonic event in Washington, D.C. Click into the forums to read their caching stories.