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9 03, 2020

Ozark Society Spring Meeting April 24-26, 2020

By |2020-03-09T13:14:26-05:00March 9th, 2020|Categories: Pack & Paddle, Spring 2020|Tags: |

The Buffalo River Chapter of the Ozark Society will be hosting the Spring Ozark Society Recreation meeting the weekend of April 25-26. The meeting will officially begin at 8:30 am on Saturday, April 25th at the Group Pavilion at Tyler Bend Campground of the Buffalo National River. This is a recreation-based event. Activities on Saturday will include hiking, boating, and a potluck supper, followed by entertainment by Buffalo River Chapter member Dave Smith. Meeting registration is $5/person or $10/couple or family. A light breakfast and overview of the day’s activities will be provided at the Pavilion on Saturday morning. Group site #1 at the Tyler Bend Campground has been reserved for the Ozark Society for Friday and Saturday nights, April 24 and 25. The cost for camping for adults is $10/night and $5/night for a child for the first two children. There is no additional charge for more than two children. The Ozark Society Board will meet at Laura Timby’s home, 50 Frost Street, Gilbert, AR at 10 am on Sunday morning, April 26. All are welcome to attend.

5 03, 2019

In Memoriam – Randy Ego

By |2019-06-03T12:10:57-05:00March 5th, 2019|Categories: Pack & Paddle, Spring 2019|

A dear friend and Ozark Society member, Randy Ego, 67, quietly passed away on Thursday January 17, 2019. Randy was seriously injured in an accident in October 2016. With the help of his devoted family, friends and his amazing spirit and strength, Randy kept up his fight to heal and remain with his loved ones, eventually returning to his home and community here in the Ozarks in 2018. Randy and his wife Cathy have been friends of mine almost since the very beginning of my own journey here in Buffalo River Country. One of my fondest memories is when Randy, Cathy and their children joined our group on the Ozark Society Colorado trip.  I remember coming back to camp after a strenuous day of hiking or rafting and Randy (God bless him) would have some freshly caught trout cooked up for appetizers and a batch of frozen lime Margaritas. I can’t ever remember anything that tasted so good or was so refreshing-simply wonderful! The family requests that memorials be made to the Chimes Volunteer Fire Department, PO Box 40 Dennard, AR 72629


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