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  • Wednesday, October 22, 2014 12:17 PM | Anonymous member

    For many events it seems that they don't need to be closed before hand. You can still contact a leader to come at the last moment, right? 

  • Monday, October 20, 2014 10:18 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    At our Oct. 16 Potluck and Planning session, it was noted that many WaeGos had to enter contact information every time they signed up for an event, while others only had to enter it once.  It was determined that the reason some only had to enter it once is because those WaeGos had put the information in their member Profile, and the WaeGos that had just entered the information each time they signed up for an event had to enter that data continually.

    So, to avoid the continual entries, click on the View Profile wording below your name at the top of the front page of our website.  About halfway down your profile page, you can enter the name and contact telephone numbers for your 2 contact people.  Once this is entered and saved, you will not have to enter this data again.  You can also change your contact information at this location if that is ever necessary. Thanks for bringing this situation to our attention. 

  • Thursday, October 16, 2014 8:07 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    1. Teal blue jacket
    2. Serrated knife with black pattern
    3. Chrome and acrylic pen

    Persons who lost these can email and we can
    arrange to return the items.

  • Tuesday, September 30, 2014 8:11 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Sunday, September 14, 2014 5:39 PM | Elaine Olsen

    Three friends and I are finally starting to set up our Ireland trip. All of us are out-doorsy types.  I've mentioned it to several WAEGOs.  There were a couple ladies interested in exploring the possibility of joining us, and we'd like to have a couple more join us.  I can't now remember who you were!  Embarrassing as it may be, could you contact me if there still is an interest.  The sooner, the better, so you can be involved in the planning.

    Send email to:


  • Thursday, July 11, 2013 11:20 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    To protect the contents of our website, this is how we have been handling the components. 

    The only people that can actually post on the website are the administrators.  We've informally divided up responsibilities: Lucy usually does the postings that co-leaders send to her; she also has added details about which readers might have questions.  Linda Haney usually helps people access the site, and she is our liaison with the website provider.  Sue Sammann handles the money and membership details.  Kathy Beatty works on graphics and is the back-up event poster. Karen Graff puts the photos on the site and watches our allocated space usage.

  • Friday, May 11, 2012 2:17 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Some of you have wondered why when you sign up for an event, you're listed as "anonymous" and others have their name on the list.  Here is the reason:  when you sign up for an event there is a little box that asks whether you want your name to appear on the list - YOU NEED TO CHECK THAT BOX.  When you check it, your name will then show up on the list.  Otherwise you're still "in the count" for the event, but are listed as anonymous.  
  • Sunday, February 26, 2012 7:46 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Hi - just made a slight change to your profile settings.  Now when you click on your profile - if you have uploaded a photo, the photo appears right at the top.  So, if you click on my profile, you'll see my smiling face right away.    Linda
  • Tuesday, January 24, 2012 3:30 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    I just made an edit to personal profile pages so that you can upload your personal photo (right before the list of activities you like to participate in).  If you remember, Lynn Block took pictures at Lucy's when we had our last group get-together at her house.  If you don't have your picture and want me to upload it and I can find it - let me know and I'll either walk you through the process or do it for you.  It's actually pretty simple.  You click on "view profile" right under your name where you login.  Then you click on "picture" and/or maybe "edit" - it asks you if you want to browse to pick your picture, you click on that, find your picture, and click upload....and way-lah!  You can view my profile (I think) and check it out.  As always, if you have questions - let me know!
  • Monday, January 16, 2012 8:21 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    I asked the Wild Apricot people if you all could have the ability to post in the "news" section - and they told me how to do it.  So, as of now, you can read the posts and you can add a post.  If you click on "news" there should be a place for you to "add a post."

    Secondly, I asked them if there was a way that all of you could cancel your own reservation if you found it necessary to do so.  Unfortunately, the answer to that question is "no."  You have to go through an administrator.  They did direct me to a forum within Wild Apricot to make my wants known...and perhaps in a future release, the software people will add that capability.  Until then, we just have to put up with it.  Sorry about that.


  • Tuesday, January 03, 2012 8:45 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Our website is getting more action lately, and it's nice to see people signing up online for activities.  For example, it was nice to look at the "registered" and see who is going to Elaine's for snowshoeing and soup.  Should be a good time and what a nice way to get out an about. 

    As soon as Leaders send me their information, I'll add it to the event and then open the event for registration.  You will see that I put in some date/place markers but more details will be forthcoming as soon as leaders send them my way.  Then people will be able to register. 

    By the way, Let's make 2012 another wonderful WaeGo year !!!


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