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Are you interested in joining Post 58?

Post 58 is open to new members once each year. The new member’s meeting was this past 9th of October. If you missed it and would like to join the Post, email Mia Hamacher to join the waitlist.

If you attended the new members meeting, don’t forget that completed registration forms are due by the 20th of October!

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Post 58 provides outdoor adventure opportunities for students from throughout the Portland – Vancouver area. It is dedicated to being inclusive and offers its trips at very low cost. We currently have student members from 16 different high schools! Meetings are held monthly; please come and check us out.

The Post will begin to admit new students in October after the New Member meeting, held on Monday, October 9th at 7:00 pm.  Lincoln High School, Room 169. Meetings the second Monday of every month.

Students who attend the meeting and pick up the registration forms should mail them in as described on the forms, and they MUST be recieved by October 20th for consideration.

If you missed the new member meeting in October, you may join the waitlist by contacting the President of the Post, Mia Hamacher.

About Us

Post 58 is a student-run organization in the Portland area that engages in outdoor activities like backpacking, rock climbing, mountaineering and many other outdoor adventures under the guidance of experienced adult leaders. It is open to students ages 14-18 and is dedicated to making these adventures available to a diverse group of high school students. Members participate in trips around the Northwest as well as to many other mountain ranges and climbing areas.

Our mission is to provide an arena for personal growth and social interaction by creating diverse experiences that foster responsibility, respect, and a passion for the outdoors.

Our objectives:

  • To provide Post members with opportunities to learn climbing and wilderness skills through outdoor experiences with members of their peer group.
  • To provide Post members with an opportunity to learn group living and leadership skills.
  • To enhance personal growth and self-awareness.
  • To teach respect for the wilderness.
  • To provide service to the community and give back to the outdoor world.

Have a question? Check out our FAQ!

Upcoming Events

 

The Next Post 58 Meeting Is:

Monday, October 9, 2017

7:00 PM, Lincoln High School, Room 169

Contact Mia Hamacher
for more information.