The Columbia River Orienteering Club (CROC), founded in 1990, is a Portland, Oregon based club dedicated to enjoying and promoting the international sport of orienteering.
We believe the sport of orienteering is for everyone. Our events are open to anyone interested in participating, and we invite those interested in advancing our mission to volunteer in our organization. We strive to offer events and trainings built upon respect and inclusivity.
For more than two decades, our all-volunteer club has put on hundreds of orienteering events and introduced thousands of people to the sport. CROC has most of its events in local, regional and state parks, and federally owned land managed by the BLM and US Forest Service. We greatly value our long-time partnerships with these agencies.
CROC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. The CROC governing board meets quarterly. Minutes of board meetings are posted below.
Current Club Officers
General Inquiries (use email link at the bottom of any page.)
President Sue Grandjean
Vice President Planning (vacant)
Vice President Events Abra McNair
Mapping Coordinator Virginia Church
Training Coordinator Anndy Wiselogle
Youth Coordinator (vacant)
Scouting Coordinator John Godino
Publicity/Marketing Coordinator John Godino
Epunch Coordinator and Webmaster John Godino
Newsletter - Abra McNair
Membership application and renewal
Meet registration form
Scout Orienteering registration
Expense reimbursement form
Informal or training event waiver form
Club Policies (travel grant info and more)
Meet Director Corner (several files on Google Drive)
Mapping Info and ISOM/ISSOM standards (several files on Google Drive)
FAQ about the SPORTident timing system (from Scarborough Orienteering)