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2016 Vigil Class

Congratulation to our 2016 Vigil Class
Nominee  – Indian Name -Translation
Jordan Broadwell – Dachiquoagan Memhallamund – Patch Trader
Brent Dyer – Glakelendam Tgauchsin – Excited friendly one
Joel Hunt – Tangetto Amangi Litchen – Small But Thinks Big
Reece Sheffer – Najundam – One Who Carries a Burden
Mack Gregg  – Achigiguwen Saxwsuwak – He Who Plays With Sparks
Phil Sheffer – Lenape Kiken Atenkpatton – Man Who Heals and Fights Fire
Ryan Ivey – Wulaptonen – He Who Speaks Favorably
Austin Boyd – Walaxiall Winkhetshik – Trail Builder [Honored in Spring 2016]

2017 Lodge Officers

Congratulations to our 2017 Lodge Officers

2017 Lodge Officers
Pictured left to right:
Top Row: Brent Gass – Lodge Vice Chief, Joel Hunt – Lodge Chief, Harrison Fry – SR-6 Section Chief, Joseph Johnson-Lodge Secretary, Aaron Simpson – Lodge Treasurer
Bottom Row: Ian Henry – Ocoee Chapter Chief, Michael Swieciehwski – Mountain Chapter Chief, Jake Barham – Mission Chapter Chief, Lee Crabtree – John Ross Chapter Chief

Cub and Partner Weekend

We need volunteers to run the kitchen at our upcoming Cub ‘N Partner weekends. These are great promotions for the OA as well as major fundraisers to help us pay for our projects and events. If you are interested in helping out at any of the Cub & Partner weekends (Oct 7-9, 14-16, 21-23), please email Nathan Goza via Lodge Chief on our Contact Page,

2016 Fall Fellowship

Come to Skymont Scout Reservation for Fun, Fellowship, and Service! Fellowship starts at 8:30 am CST Saturday morning, but feel free to come up Friday evening and camp.
We will be doing COPE in the morning, then a service project that afternoon. In the evening, we will have a fellowship dinner, games, snacks and movie. Activities should end around 11:00 pm CST. Of course you can camp Saturday night. Sunday morning you may leave as early as you wish but be considerate of the others who are still sleeping.

You can register here:

Talidandaganu’ Arrowman Service Award

160820-TASA-PatchThe purpose of the Talidandaganu’ Arrowman Service Award (TASA) is to encourage Arrowmen to recommit themselves to the ideals of the Order, increase their level of service to their local unit and the Cherokee Area Council. If you are interested in earning this award, download the requirements here: Youth and Adult