CoCoRaHS End of Summer Contest

Good afternoon CoCoRaHS Canada Observers,

We hope you have enjoyed your summer filled with many warm sunny days and some rainy ones too where you could measure rain from your gauge 🙂

We have an exciting end of summer contest that we encourage everyone to participate in. The contest will run from today until September 25th.

The rules are simple:

1. Encourage someone you know to register to the network @ www.cocorahs.org/canada and purchase a subsidized gauge through our shop CoCoRaHS page. http://www.shopcocorahs.ca/

2. Get the individual to include your name in the reference box of the registration form to be entered in the draw.

That’s it, simple! But what is the prize for entering this contest you might ask?

It’s a shiny new and very comfortable CoCoRaHS Canada Jacket (Ladies Large but could work for a man as well). The Jacket is water repellent with a fleece liner, perfect to wear outside to take your CoCoRaHS reading. It even has a pocket for your mp3 player or phone while you go for a walk or run this fall. This will not last long ladies and gentleman so do not miss your chance. The winner will be announced shortly after the contest closing date.

By entering the contest you are helping the network by encouraging new volunteers to join and getting more data points on the map.

Thank you to everyone in advance for participating in the contest and for being a part of the CoCoRaHS community. Your feedback, CoCoRaHS stories, photos and videos are greatly appreicated and can be shared through the CoCoRaHS Canada Facebook and Twitter pages or through email canada@cocorahs.org.
We Thank You for being part of the CoCoRaHS Canada Network as “Every Drop Counts!” & look forward to continuing to receive your data in the 2017 Water Year.
Sincerely,
The CoCoRaHS Canada Team

Myles Weishar, National Volunteer Coordinator – CAN-ON-6
canada.admin@cocorahs.org
Tiffiny Taylor, Manitoba Coordinator – CAN-MB-141
manitoba@cocorahs.org
Paul Deschambault, Maritimes Coordinator – CAN-NS-19
maritimes@cocorahs.org