"Orienteers never get lost. They just do accidental field work."
On March 18-19, 1978, the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) organized an orienteering event at Franklin Delano Roosevelt State Park (FDR). The map used was a USGS quad, which was cut and pasted to make it a manageable size, and then overprinted with magnetic north lines and the courses in red. DNR's intentions were good, but they were a little optimistic about the response. They printed 4000 maps!
In 1980, Cheatum produced a black and white map of FDR, using the USGS map as a base, converting the scale to 1:15000, and adding point features. In the words of Robin Shannonhouse, "We had a mass field check with about 8 club members on Feb. 9th  and Bill Cheatum put our efforts together for the final map. It was, in retrospect, a lousy map, but probably the real beginnings of the club as a team effort." The date on the map is 1980, and the copyright is assigned to the Oconee Orienteering Club.