The 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
The Lodge calendar has been updated. You can see an event list on this post. If you have a mobile device or calendaring software, you can subscribe to the calendar with this link:
Event Registration is now ONLY accepted online. You will find the link to register for each event on the Lodge website at www.tali293.org
Registration closes at 11:59 p.m. on the Sunday before to the start of an event. No registrations will be accepted after this time. NO WALK-ON REGISTRATION at check-in.
Bring a copy of BSA Annual Health and Medical Record (Parts A and B) to all overnight events. You can find one at National’s site: http://www.scouting.org/scoutsource/HealthandSafety/ahmr.aspx
Join the Order of the Arrow this summer for Prism, a once-ever experience for youth and adults at the Summit Bechtel Reserve. Prism is a four-day, three-night experience at the SBR open to both youth and adults. Participants will experience all of the adventure the Scott Summit Center has to offer, and participate in the inaugural rededication ceremony at the Summit Circle. Registration for Prism is now closed.
Our lodge’s 2015 Founder’s award was given to Dorothy Morris. Mrs. Morris has served as Lodge Secretary Advisor since 2007. During Mrs. Morris tenure she has overseen the conversion of our lodge’s records from paper to digital, she has also served as a publications judge for Conclave and has mentored 5 different lodge secretary’s. Furthermore, Mrs. Morris oversees the registration for all of our lodges events, none of which would happen without her. Please join me in congratulating Mrs. Morris.
Nathan S Goza.
2016 Lodge Chief
The purpose of the Arrowman Service Award (ASA) is to encourage Arrowmen to recommit themselves to the ideals of the Order, increase their level of service to their local unit and council, and participate in the 100th anniversary celebration of the OA. The award will have three categories of criteria with various requirements that Arrowmen can complete. These include components on personal growth, service to Scouting, and participation in the centennial celebration.
For more information, check out http://www.oa-bsa.org/pages/content/centennial-update-2014-07-3
The requirements for the youth and adult awards are below: