• AT THIS YEAR’S INDUCtion ceremony for the OffRoad Motorsports Hall of Fame, the hall of fame made a $2,500 donation to the California Off-Road Vehicle Association (CORVA) and another $2,500 to the San Diego Off-Road Coalition. “CORVA appreciates this generous donation that will support efforts to preserve the future of off-roading on our public lands,” said CORVA Managing Director Amy Granat. She said the main role of the Off-Road Motorsports Hall of Fame is to honor the icons and organizations who have paved the way for the off-road industry, but it is also dedicated to preserving the sport’s future. She said, “Not only is the Hall of Fame recognizing significant achievements made by individuals in the industry, the organization is passionate about ensuring that offroading can be enjoyed for generations to come.”
• THE CALIFORNIA FOUR Wheel Drive Association is donating $10,000 towards the legal costs of fighting to keep open the Oceano Dunes SVRA along the Central California coast. A group called Friends of Oceano Dunes has eight active lawsuits currently ongoing to keep the area open for recreation and has incurred more than
$225,000 in legal fees. Visit the association’s website
(cal4wheel.org) or oceanodunes.org for information on how you can help keep this popular area open.