This page contains links to various things that have been written about WPOC events and activities. Some of these have been written by WPOC members, others are extracted from the press or TV.
The club brochure describes what orienteering is and what the club does.
This link leads to flyers/posters about upcoming events hosted by WPOC. Some flyers focus on driving directions; others introduce orienteering. The flyers may be printed and used to advertise the upcoming events or handed out to potential orienteers at a presentation or workshop.
The newsletter is published two or three times per year. It is a collection of results from WPOC events and articles related to orienteering. The newletter is sent electronically to club members in addition to being available on the Website.
This award-winning 11-minute video was made in 1988. It is an introduction to the sport of orienteering, discussing the importance of maps, the origins of the sport, competitive orienteering, and the elements that make orienteering accessible to most people of all ages. The digitizing is a bit grainy; but you should find it well worth watching.
In the Fall of 2010, Jim Wolfe was interviewed for Comcast Newmakers. This link leads to that interview at YouTube.
Following are links to copies of several newspaper articles that were written about WPOC or its events.
Ligonier Echo, August 2016 About an orienteering workshop at Forbes State Forest
Raccoongaine in Orienteering North America About the 2016 Raccoongaine.
TribLive About local orienteering at Deer Lakes Park in August 2014.
Keystone Capers About the national orienteering event held in June 2011.
Pittsburgh Post Gazette, October 2010 About local orienteering at Pine Ridge Parkin October 2010
Indiana Gazette, October 2008 About local orienteering at the IUP Co-Op Park in October 2008
Scouts at Stackhouse Girl scouts at Stackhouse Park in June 2009