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icon_topic_latest.gif OTBG endurance series update.

The endurance series this year will not be OMRA backed or sanctioned . It will be a standalone series run by OTBG. Rules will remain the same.

The series will be 5 events this year with the addition of a race in Millican valley near Bend on Oct.21st. This is the grandaddy of the team race series with team races stretching back to the early 80's, if not the 70's.

The 12hrs of Starvation Ridge will April 21, not April 28th as originally scheduled, to avoid China Hat.

OMRA license or daypass wil NOT be required this year. The $20 series fee for each team or ironman remains the same.

Over The Bars Gang Endurance Challenge series for 2012

Over The Bars Gang is pleased to announce thereturn of the “TEAM/Ironman Endurance CHALLENGE SERIES” for 2012. This is not an OMRA point’s event.

This series consists of 5 events. Three 6 hr races, one 12hr race and the grand finale race, 24hr at Starvation Ridge. Year end trophies will be awarded at the OMRA awards banquet in February. (1 per team)

FEES:

The cost to register a team or Ironman for the series is $20. If you register a team A, B, and C the total cost is $60. You do not have to pay to register your sub teams unless you want their points to count for the series.

You do not have to be an OMRA member this year.

There will be a $10.00 gate fee. Eight and under is free.

Teams will be scored on a per Team bases. All teams points are counted, not just OMRA. If you an OMRA member and are 5th in your class you’re awarded points are 5th place points.

Example: Team KTM AA class has 6 riders. They do not want to run 6 guys at the upcoming 6hr event. So they decide to split the 6 man team into three 2 man sub teams.

KTM AA-A, KTM AA-B, and KTM AA-C

At the first 6hr event Team B takes 1st place 75 points

Team A takes 2nd place 65 points

Team C takes 3rd place 60 points

At the 2nd 6hr event Team A takes 1st place 75 points

Team C takes 2nd place 65 points

Team B takes 3rd place 60 points

Current totals after two events: Team A 135pts, Team B 135 pts, Team C 125 pts

THE 12hr is the next event. Team KTM AA decides to run 3 riders per team for this event so they decide to register Team A and B for this race due to the higher point totals.

At the 12hr event Team A takes 1st place 75 points

Team B takes 2nd place 65points

Points for the 12 hr event are worth the same as the 6hr event points.

New point total Team A 210, Team B 200

The final event of the year is the 24hr Team KTM AA uses all 6 riders for this race so they decide to register team A for the 24hr due to that sub team having the highest point total of 210.

Team KTM AA –A Team takes 1st place at the 24 hr for 150 points. The 24hr is worth double the 6 &12hr event points due to it is double the length.

Season end total Team KTM AA-A 360 points

Team KTM AA-B 200 points

Team KTM AA-C 125 points

Note: There is no mandatory guide line on how you split up your teams for the shorter events. If you like you can run all 6 team members for the all events. Or run one team of 4 members at the 12 hr event and so on. It is up to your team, how you decide to best compete for the year end championship.

Points scored by sub teams will not be added together for team totals, they will however, deny other teams points and placings. Before each race, the teams can decide which (if any) sub team(s) to go with. At the 24hr they will pick one to add to the existing points totals. The other sub team points are done at that point unless they decide to field multiple teams at the 24hr. also. .

Team strategy determines whether to go to 2, 3, 4, or even 6 man teams at the shorter events. Do you go for the win with one strong team, or spread the talent to ensure a good finish and spread the points out, denying competitors a high placing.

Team members can change from race to race

We follow OMRA rules where applicable. In the event of a dispute, OTBG will consult and Scott will make the final decision.

Teams will have the option of using their previous team numbers. The deadline for reserving team numbers is March 1st, 2011. Contact Debbie. You do not have to send me any money now. Just let me know if you are going to participate so I can save your number for you. The teams that placed in the top 3 places in each class have the option of running their place for the 2012 season as their team number. I.e. 1AA, 2AA or 3AA.

Teams who do not wish to participate and compete for points and the championship year end series trophy will be able to participate like in past years team race events, on a race by race basis.

We expect that all participants and spectators will behave in a sportsman-like manner. We will not tolerate drunken or lewd behavior. Entire teams have been banned from future OTBG events for inappropriate behavior.

Pre-entry is available for all the races. Go to www.overthebarsgang.com for entry forms.

Entrants are responsible for getting a timely pre-entry in for the 24hr event in case of a sell-out. The 24hr has hit full capacity 5 years in a row.

The cost to register a team or Ironman is $20. So if you register a team A, B, and C the total cost is $60.

Competitors must participate in 3 of the 4 races of to be eligible for a season trophy.

Year end Trophies will be awarded .

Speed limit of 5mph in pits at all times. 5 minute penalty for speeding 11mph or above.

Classes are as follows: AA-(AA)

Open Expert –(X)

30 + Expert (U)

40 +Expert (V)

Open Amateur (A)

30+ Amateur (D)

40 +Amateur (F)

50 + ®

Women (W)

Club ©

Ironman (I)

Beginner (
:smirk:

Youth – 17 & Under (Y)

Junior A- (JA)

Air-cooled (N)

CLASS DEFINITIONS:

Must have 5 entries to make a class

AA CLASS: Best of the best level riders in other racing series. Live to race. Have proven yourself at an expert level

EXPERT CLASS: Expert level riders. Race a bunch. Solid bike skills. Looking for fast competition and very challenging terrain.

AMATEUR CLASS: Intermediate level riders. Looking for challenges in the course and competitive in sprit.

BEGINNER CLASS: Absolute beginners or Novice riders. Raced only a few times.

CLUB CLASS: Any level rider, any size bike. Must be a registered club. Team members must be registered members of that club. Club teams must display their club banner in their pit.

YOUTH CLASS: 17 YEARS & UNDER. Any size bike. Must not be older than 17 at the time of the 24 Hour race.

JUNIOR CLASS: For expert riders with the ability to compete on the same

Off-road course as adult riders.

a. Cannot be older that 15 at the time of the 24 Hour Race.

b. May ride up to a 105 cc two stroke or 150cc four stroke motorcycle.

c. Maximum 16” rear wheel and 19” front wheel.

AIR COOLED CLASS: Must have air cooled motor.

TRANSPONDERS:

Transponders will be used. Cost of replacing a lost transponder is $25. Losing a transponder during a lap will result in loss of the lap, and purchase of a replacement to continue.

Do not lose your transponder. This is your baton that you pass off when you switch riders.

IF YOU DO NOT HAVE YOUR TRANSPONDER AT THE CHECK, THE LAP DOES NOT COUNT!! You will not be manually entered until we see the transponder

Transponders must be exchanged in the pit area of the team. No running the transponder to a waiting rider.

Do not place metal objects next to the transponder. Metal weakens the signal. The transponder must be horizontal and point at the reader to read properly. We will have the antenna reading before the race to test your set-up by going through the home check.

If you find a transponder belt on the course or finish early bring it to one of the east facing windows in the sign up trailer. DO NOT BRING IT CLOSE TO THE HOME CHECK ANNTENNA!!! We do not want it to record the transponder and make the displayed positions off. Remember that you must cross the finish line after the checkered flag to receive finisher points.

If you break down on the course and send your transponder in with another rider, that lap will not count. Please ask that rider to identify where you are so we can retrieve you and your bike. If you break down at night please stay with your bike. It is extremely hard to find you if you take off cross country.

At the end of the race we will record you as you come through the check and take your transponders.

GENERAL INFORMATION:

In order to finish the race you must cross the finish line after the flag is dropped. You cannot hand in your transponder early and expect to place.

We require that you have a helmet on any time you are on your bike. There is no pit riding. Unfortunately there is no place for children to ride during these races.

NO STUDDED TIRES.

There will be no vehicles or bikes parked in the Fire Lanes. Any vehicles parked there will be towed. Any excess vehicles must be parked in the over flow lots.

There is no riding unless it is your turn for your team. We recommend that you carry a cell phone in case you break down. We will provide recovery numbers. There is no riding out and helping your team mates. You must contact an OTBG staff. Any escort rider must be approved by Scott or Debbie. You must check in with Debbie and we will give you a vest that indicates that you are an Escort rider.

Waiver/Liability release forms must be signed by everyone entering the property.

We do not require you to have your numbers pre-made. If you have them pre-made please make them as large as possible. You must have them on the front and side number plates. You do not have to have one on the front number plate if you have a light there. If you did not have your team numbers pre-made we will issue you our famous temporary yellow number stickers

If you see someone cutting the course or a cheater line, let us know so we can catch or stop them. There will be sweep riders on the course the entire race. They will render assistance and contact the medics if needed. Don’t block faster riders or slam dunk slower rider. There should be ample passing opportunities. We expect that all riders behave in a sportsman like manner. We will not tolerate overly aggressive behavior on the track.

Do not leave your garbage on the ground!!! The coyotes and wind will scatter it. We will have a garbage trailer available, but would really appreciate it if you hauled out your own.

Image by You will be photographing the event. You can view the photos of the race at their trailer which will be located up by the sign up trailer throughout the race.

We will have a Food vender that will be open all night for coffee, breakfast and goodies.

We will have an EMT on hand for major injuries and to look at your little owies.

All dogs must be kept on a leash during the race. Please clean up after them.

PITS

Pits for the 24 Hour Team race are pre-assigned. You cannot switch pits with another team. The Six and Twelve Hour races are first come first served. Pit assignment for these races could become mandatory as needed. We expect everyone to behave in a civilized manner when putting up your pits. It is tight. Please work with your neighbor. Any excess vehicles must be parked in the over flow lots. There is no driving through the pits after the race has started!!

Speed limit of 5mph in pits at all times. This will be strictly enforced. 5 minute penalty for speeding 11mph or above.

No riding backwards in the pits. You may push the bike in the opposing direction, if needed.

Please do not take the Pit signs. We know who you are.

COURSE

Remember that the berms of the ponds look like jumps. There is probably water on the other side. Jump if you must, we will happily pull you out after suitable pictures are taken. We also have a lifejacket that must be autographed by all that take the plunge.

GRASS TRACK Do not go outside the mowed path. We frequently use natural obstacles to mark corners. Big rocks, fence posts, barrels, gullies, barb wire piles, are all used to mark boundaries. We had one rider break his back when he was off the marked path and hit a big rock at speed. Don’t risk your life and safety cutting the course. Not to mention we will DQ the whole team if we catch someone cheating.

There are mileposts on the course. Please refer to them when letting us know about downed riders, cheaters, or just really cool sections.

If you break down or run out of gas, you can leave your bike and run in for parts/gas, run back/fix the problem and continue with no penalty. The bike must stay where it broke down. YOU WILL LOSE THE LAP IF ASSISTED! If the bike comes into the pits without completing the lap it will not count. If a bike breaks down on the course, OTBG personnel must direct retrieval. The lap the bike is on will not be counted, regardless of how much of that lap you have completed. You can run the transponder in to your team with the loss of that lap to get your team going. You can then, with the help of OTBG staff, retrieve your bike. Be sure to let the home check know what you are doing so we don’t penalize you when we look at lap times. Our software has features that allow us to look at suspect lap times. Abnormal lap times may be thrown out. Remember that any time you do not complete the entire lap you will lose that lap!

Any course cutting will result in the entire team being disqualified and stopped from participating at that point. The course cutter can explain to his teammates what he has done to his team. We have spent too much time trying to make the course fun and safe to have people creating their own course. Course cutters will be told to not return! We will not tolerate them.

Stay on the track!! There are rocks, ditches, barbed wire and fences everywhere out there. Our most serious injuries have been when the rider was off course. There are also water bars, tank traps, and silt fence and nylon rope mixed with the ribbon to encourage riders to stay on course. We have painted rocks that we haven’t moved to let you know they are there. By no means have we painted all of them. Stay out of the tall grass. There are ditches, big rocks, farm machinery, deer, etc. hiding in there.

When going through the check make certain that your team number appears on the display board before you proceed to the pits. You must stop at the check. If your team number does not show on the display your lap has not been counted. The staff at the check will assist you in getting your transponder to register or enter you manually.

Do not lose your transponder. This is your baton that you pass off when you IF YOU DO NOT HAVE YOUR TRANSPONDER AT THE CHECK, THE LAP DOES NOT COUNT!! You will not be manually entered until we see the transponder.

No riding backwards on the course, alongside the course or into/in the pits. You can run in backwards to exchange the transponders; you can leave the bike and run backwards into the pits if you forgot something. No riding against traffic in the pits. There will be no spectators allowed on the track on motorcycles or Rhino’s. Walking is OK as long as you stay off the track. If you need to retrieve a bike contact one of the OTBG staff.

INFORMATION:

FORMS CAN BE FOUND AT www.overthebarsgang.com

SCOTT – 541-980-7971 otbg@gorge.net

DEBBIE -509-261-0308 otbg2@gorge.net

POINTS INFORMATION:

JOE Mc LAUGHLIN – 503-710-6294 joe@tripleateam.com

Over The Bars Gang Endurance Challenge series for 2012

Over The Bars Gang is pleased to announce thereturn of the “TEAM/Ironman Endurance CHALLENGE SERIES” for 2012. This is not an OMRA point’s event.

This series consists of 5 events. Three 6 hr races, one 12hr race and the grand finale race, 24hr at Starvation Ridge. Year end trophies will be awarded at the OMRA awards banquet in February. (1 per team)

FEES:

The cost to register a team or Ironman for the series is $20. If you register a team A, B, and C the total cost is $60. You do not have to pay to register your sub teams unless you want their points to count for the series.

You do not have to be an OMRA member this year.

There will be a $10.00 gate fee. Eight and under is free.

Teams will be scored on a per Team bases. All teams points are counted, not just OMRA. If you an OMRA member and are 5th in your class you’re awarded points are 5th place points.

Example: Team KTM AA class has 6 riders. They do not want to run 6 guys at the upcoming 6hr event. So they decide to split the 6 man team into three 2 man sub teams.

KTM AA-A, KTM AA-B, and KTM AA-C

At the first 6hr event Team B takes 1st place 75 points

Team A takes 2nd place 65 points

Team C takes 3rd place 60 points

At the 2nd 6hr event Team A takes 1st place 75 points

Team C takes 2nd place 65 points

Team B takes 3rd place 60 points

Current totals after two events: Team A 135pts, Team B 135 pts, Team C 125 pts

THE 12hr is the next event. Team KTM AA decides to run 3 riders per team for this event so they decide to register Team A and B for this race due to the higher point totals.

At the 12hr event Team A takes 1st place 75 points

Team B takes 2nd place 65points

Points for the 12 hr event are worth the same as the 6hr event points.

New point total Team A 210, Team B 200

The final event of the year is the 24hr Team KTM AA uses all 6 riders for this race so they decide to register team A for the 24hr due to that sub team having the highest point total of 210.

Team KTM AA –A Team takes 1st place at the 24 hr for 150 points. The 24hr is worth double the 6 &12hr event points due to it is double the length.

Season end total Team KTM AA-A 360 points

Team KTM AA-B 200 points

Team KTM AA-C 125 points

Note: There is no mandatory guide line on how you split up your teams for the shorter events. If you like you can run all 6 team members for the all events. Or run one team of 4 members at the 12 hr event and so on. It is up to your team, how you decide to best compete for the year end championship.

Points scored by sub teams will not be added together for team totals, they will however, deny other teams points and placings. Before each race, the teams can decide which (if any) sub team(s) to go with. At the 24hr they will pick one to add to the existing points totals. The other sub team points are done at that point unless they decide to field multiple teams at the 24hr. also. .

Team strategy determines whether to go to 2, 3, 4, or even 6 man teams at the shorter events. Do you go for the win with one strong team, or spread the talent to ensure a good finish and spread the points out, denying competitors a high placing.

Team members can change from race to race

We follow OMRA rules where applicable. In the event of a dispute, OTBG will consult and Scott will make the final decision.

Teams will have the option of using their previous team numbers. The deadline for reserving team numbers is March 1st, 2011. Contact Debbie. You do not have to send me any money now. Just let me know if you are going to participate so I can save your number for you. The teams that placed in the top 3 places in each class have the option of running their place for the 2012 season as their team number. I.e. 1AA, 2AA or 3AA.

Teams who do not wish to participate and compete for points and the championship year end series trophy will be able to participate like in past years team race events, on a race by race basis.

We expect that all participants and spectators will behave in a sportsman-like manner. We will not tolerate drunken or lewd behavior. Entire teams have been banned from future OTBG events for inappropriate behavior.

Pre-entry is available for all the races. Go to www.overthebarsgang.com for entry forms.

Entrants are responsible for getting a timely pre-entry in for the 24hr event in case of a sell-out. The 24hr has hit full capacity 5 years in a row.

The cost to register a team or Ironman is $20. So if you register a team A, B, and C the total cost is $60.

Competitors must participate in 3 of the 4 races of to be eligible for a season trophy.

Year end Trophies will be awarded .

Speed limit of 5mph in pits at all times. 5 minute penalty for speeding 11mph or above.

Classes are as follows: AA-(AA)

Open Expert –(X)

30 + Expert (U)

40 +Expert (V)

Open Amateur (A)

30+ Amateur (D)

40 +Amateur (F)

50 + ®

Women (W)

Club ©

Ironman (I)

Beginner (
:bonk:

Youth – 17 & Under (Y)

Junior A- (JA)

Air-cooled (N)

CLASS DEFINITIONS:

Must have 5 entries to make a class

AA CLASS: Best of the best level riders in other racing series. Live to race. Have proven yourself at an expert level

EXPERT CLASS: Expert level riders. Race a bunch. Solid bike skills. Looking for fast competition and very challenging terrain.

AMATEUR CLASS: Intermediate level riders. Looking for challenges in the course and competitive in sprit.

BEGINNER CLASS: Absolute beginners or Novice riders. Raced only a few times.

CLUB CLASS: Any level rider, any size bike. Must be a registered club. Team members must be registered members of that club. Club teams must display their club banner in their pit.

YOUTH CLASS: 17 YEARS & UNDER. Any size bike. Must not be older than 17 at the time of the 24 Hour race.

JUNIOR CLASS: For expert riders with the ability to compete on the same

Off-road course as adult riders.

a. Cannot be older that 15 at the time of the 24 Hour Race.

b. May ride up to a 105 cc two stroke or 150cc four stroke motorcycle.

c. Maximum 16” rear wheel and 19” front wheel.

AIR COOLED CLASS: Must have air cooled motor.

TRANSPONDERS:

Transponders will be used. Cost of replacing a lost transponder is $25. Losing a transponder during a lap will result in loss of the lap, and purchase of a replacement to continue.

Do not lose your transponder. This is your baton that you pass off when you switch riders.

IF YOU DO NOT HAVE YOUR TRANSPONDER AT THE CHECK, THE LAP DOES NOT COUNT!! You will not be manually entered until we see the transponder

Transponders must be exchanged in the pit area of the team. No running the transponder to a waiting rider.

Do not place metal objects next to the transponder. Metal weakens the signal. The transponder must be horizontal and point at the reader to read properly. We will have the antenna reading before the race to test your set-up by going through the home check.

If you find a transponder belt on the course or finish early bring it to one of the east facing windows in the sign up trailer. DO NOT BRING IT CLOSE TO THE HOME CHECK ANNTENNA!!! We do not want it to record the transponder and make the displayed positions off. Remember that you must cross the finish line after the checkered flag to receive finisher points.

If you break down on the course and send your transponder in with another rider, that lap will not count. Please ask that rider to identify where you are so we can retrieve you and your bike. If you break down at night please stay with your bike. It is extremely hard to find you if you take off cross country.

At the end of the race we will record you as you come through the check and take your transponders.

GENERAL INFORMATION:

In order to finish the race you must cross the finish line after the flag is dropped. You cannot hand in your transponder early and expect to place.

We require that you have a helmet on any time you are on your bike. There is no pit riding. Unfortunately there is no place for children to ride during these races.

NO STUDDED TIRES.

There will be no vehicles or bikes parked in the Fire Lanes. Any vehicles parked there will be towed. Any excess vehicles must be parked in the over flow lots.

There is no riding unless it is your turn for your team. We recommend that you carry a cell phone in case you break down. We will provide recovery numbers. There is no riding out and helping your team mates. You must contact an OTBG staff. Any escort rider must be approved by Scott or Debbie. You must check in with Debbie and we will give you a vest that indicates that you are an Escort rider.

Waiver/Liability release forms must be signed by everyone entering the property.

We do not require you to have your numbers pre-made. If you have them pre-made please make them as large as possible. You must have them on the front and side number plates. You do not have to have one on the front number plate if you have a light there. If you did not have your team numbers pre-made we will issue you our famous temporary yellow number stickers

If you see someone cutting the course or a cheater line, let us know so we can catch or stop them. There will be sweep riders on the course the entire race. They will render assistance and contact the medics if needed. Don’t block faster riders or slam dunk slower rider. There should be ample passing opportunities. We expect that all riders behave in a sportsman like manner. We will not tolerate overly aggressive behavior on the track.

Do not leave your garbage on the ground!!! The coyotes and wind will scatter it. We will have a garbage trailer available, but would really appreciate it if you hauled out your own.

Image by You will be photographing the event. You can view the photos of the race at their trailer which will be located up by the sign up trailer throughout the race.

We will have a Food vender that will be open all night for coffee, breakfast and goodies.

We will have an EMT on hand for major injuries and to look at your little owies.

All dogs must be kept on a leash during the race. Please clean up after them.

PITS

Pits for the 24 Hour Team race are pre-assigned. You cannot switch pits with another team. The Six and Twelve Hour races are first come first served. Pit assignment for these races could become mandatory as needed. We expect everyone to behave in a civilized manner when putting up your pits. It is tight. Please work with your neighbor. Any excess vehicles must be parked in the over flow lots. There is no driving through the pits after the race has started!!

Speed limit of 5mph in pits at all times. This will be strictly enforced. 5 minute penalty for speeding 11mph or above.

No riding backwards in the pits. You may push the bike in the opposing direction, if needed.

Please do not take the Pit signs. We know who you are.

COURSE

Remember that the berms of the ponds look like jumps. There is probably water on the other side. Jump if you must, we will happily pull you out after suitable pictures are taken. We also have a lifejacket that must be autographed by all that take the plunge.

GRASS TRACK Do not go outside the mowed path. We frequently use natural obstacles to mark corners. Big rocks, fence posts, barrels, gullies, barb wire piles, are all used to mark boundaries. We had one rider break his back when he was off the marked path and hit a big rock at speed. Don’t risk your life and safety cutting the course. Not to mention we will DQ the whole team if we catch someone cheating.

There are mileposts on the course. Please refer to them when letting us know about downed riders, cheaters, or just really cool sections.

If you break down or run out of gas, you can leave your bike and run in for parts/gas, run back/fix the problem and continue with no penalty. The bike must stay where it broke down. YOU WILL LOSE THE LAP IF ASSISTED! If the bike comes into the pits without completing the lap it will not count. If a bike breaks down on the course, OTBG personnel must direct retrieval. The lap the bike is on will not be counted, regardless of how much of that lap you have completed. You can run the transponder in to your team with the loss of that lap to get your team going. You can then, with the help of OTBG staff, retrieve your bike. Be sure to let the home check know what you are doing so we don’t penalize you when we look at lap times. Our software has features that allow us to look at suspect lap times. Abnormal lap times may be thrown out. Remember that any time you do not complete the entire lap you will lose that lap!

Any course cutting will result in the entire team being disqualified and stopped from participating at that point. The course cutter can explain to his teammates what he has done to his team. We have spent too much time trying to make the course fun and safe to have people creating their own course. Course cutters will be told to not return! We will not tolerate them.

Stay on the track!! There are rocks, ditches, barbed wire and fences everywhere out there. Our most serious injuries have been when the rider was off course. There are also water bars, tank traps, and silt fence and nylon rope mixed with the ribbon to encourage riders to stay on course. We have painted rocks that we haven’t moved to let you know they are there. By no means have we painted all of them. Stay out of the tall grass. There are ditches, big rocks, farm machinery, deer, etc. hiding in there.

When going through the check make certain that your team number appears on the display board before you proceed to the pits. You must stop at the check. If your team number does not show on the display your lap has not been counted. The staff at the check will assist you in getting your transponder to register or enter you manually.

Do not lose your transponder. This is your baton that you pass off when you IF YOU DO NOT HAVE YOUR TRANSPONDER AT THE CHECK, THE LAP DOES NOT COUNT!! You will not be manually entered until we see the transponder.

No riding backwards on the course, alongside the course or into/in the pits. You can run in backwards to exchange the transponders; you can leave the bike and run backwards into the pits if you forgot something. No riding against traffic in the pits. There will be no spectators allowed on the track on motorcycles or Rhino’s. Walking is OK as long as you stay off the track. If you need to retrieve a bike contact one of the OTBG staff.

INFORMATION:

FORMS CAN BE FOUND AT www.overthebarsgang.com

SCOTT – 541-980-7971 otbg@gorge.net

DEBBIE -509-261-0308 otbg2@gorge.net

POINTS INFORMATION:

JOE Mc LAUGHLIN – 503-710-6294 joe@tripleateam.com

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