This is where you can see the upcoming hashes and who is going to hare. Contact our Hare-Raisers, Randy Whorehol and Eat Fresh and volunteer. You can contact them via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or via Facebook.
You must know a trail or area that would be great for a Hash. Reach out the the Mis-Management if you have questions. We’ll be happy to mislead you and give you horrible recommendations. But seriously, if you want some help or have questions, ask someone in the Hash that has laid a trail before.August 22 – SLOH3 Hash# 402 – Eat Fresh
- September 5 – SLOH3 Hash# 404 – Grave Robber
- September 19 – SLOH3 Hash# 405 – Pinky Ring and Ring in My Rosey (see how their hash names go together)
- October 3 – SLOH3 Hash# 406 – Hareless
- October 17 – SLOH3 Hash# 407 – Hareless
- October 31 – SLOH3 Hash# 408 – And it’s Halloween!
If you want to hare a trail, here is what we need from you:
- Your Hash Name. If you haven’t been named yet that is fine too.
- Where is your Hash trail going to start? An address or a map location will work. Keep in mind that the trail should take somewhere around an hour or so to complete. That likely won’t include the beer checks.
- When will your hash take place? Our Hash typically runs every other Thursday. However, if given enough notice we can run a hash on a different day. (Maybe even a Saturday)
- Does your Hash have a theme? It doesn’t have to, but why not get creative.
- Will your trail have a Turkey-Eagle Split? (do you know what a Turkey-Eagle Split is?, if not ask an experienced Hasher) Will it be dog or stroller friendly? It doesn’t have to be, but it doesn’t hurt to let people know.
- Will hashers need ID or money on trail? If you plan on having the hash stop at an actual bar, it will be important to let them know.