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Next Run # 503


Anywhere in central or eastern Jamaica‏ (W.I.)


Almost every 2nd Sunday
and sometimes on other days ...

A hash is usually announced on this page from 6 days prior to the run - so check this site weekly


Start Time:
The starting time is up to the hare(s)
Hares:
YOU !
About:
Do you know a special place in this area, where we can walk/run, chill, lime, and maybe enjoy a drink or two ?

Please step forward !
Registration:
J$ 600: Hash Registration & Usual refreshments
Food Cost:
J$ 600: Food arrangement (optional)
Meal:
The hare(s) usually don't cook, but if you feel like it, you're more than welcome to show off your culinary skills.
Suggestion for new hare(s): ask people from the hash-area to cook a meal for the hashers.
If the run takes place close to Kingston, a food arrangement is not required.
How to get there:
The directions should be fool-proof. Mis-management c.s. can help the new hare(s) with this.

RSVP:


PLEASE NOTE:
In General RSVP should take place on the Thursday before the hash, so the catering service can make a plan.
Reservation obliges to purchase.

Haredashery:


Ok fellow hashers, we are in need of hares. Hash mis(s)-management encourages every (wannabe-) hasher to step forward and tell us about this special location that you know. If you have no experience, a more experienced hashers will be appointed to come with you and together with you do the scouting, provide paper shredding (bio-degradable, for the trail marking) and set the hash.

As a special incentive, the hare(s) (maximum of 3) do not pay the hash fee for that day.

Do you have a good idea for a hash, but no experience ? - come on a Friday evening to the Pinte at:

The Jamaican German Society
5 East Avenue,
Kingston
Jamaica, W.I.
(Between Constant Spring Rd and Dunrobin Ave)

Google Maps Link

where you will find hashers to discuss your plan.

QUESTIONS???


Contact the Hashmaster



IMPORTANT:


Remember to place empty BEER and TING bottles in the appropriate places – don’t leave them scattered around! If you take plastic bottles and other disposables/garbage to the hash, please take them back with you and dispose properly (do not litter the hash locations or put garbage in the beer crates!)

Photographs will be taken on the run and published on this website!


Participation is undertaken entirely at your own risk!



"THE ORGANIZERS DO NOT ACCEPT ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE SUCCESS OR DISASTER, FUN OR DISAPPOINTMENT, MISBEHAVIOR OF INDIVIDUALS (MALES OR FEMALES) OR NATURE (RAIN OR STORM), DAMAGE OR THEFT OF CARS OR PARTS THEREOF, INCLUDING THEFT OF DRINKS CARRIED, IN PARTICULAR IF IT HAPPENS AT A POLICE STATION!" (SIC)


ON ON!


Disclaimer:


The organizers would like to emphasize on the sometimes rough nature of hashing. You are responsible for where you put your feet, and staying balanced. The organizers of this and every other hash, are not responsible for the condition of the soil and underground, behaviour of wild animals (including other hashers), the weather, earthquakes, lightning, landslides, traffic or anything else that is out of our control.

As usual:


We recommend that you protect yourself using insect repellent, sun screen, and gear up properly with the right shoes and clothing. Bring some water with you on the trail.
Treat nature, arts and other hashers with respect. Don't touch the trail markings. Don't litter and don't pick flowers or fruits if you are not sure that it is yours. Offenders will be left to the mercy of the Constable.
We are guests in "the country".


Jamaica, land we love.


** HARES WANTED **HARES WANTED **


Remember to be on the look out for good places to have a hash.
Please let us know if you think you have found a good place for a run!

Email Us



Don't know how to set a Hash?


Have no experience catering food for 50 ravenous beasts?
Don't let that stop you, an experienced hare will be happy to assist.
When you set the run, you get to choose the date and time that the run takes place.
You also make whatever food arrangements you choose.
You can also check out this link for Advice for Virgin Hares




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