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Winter Conclave - January 10-12 @ Camp Soule
Registration Deadline is close of business on Monday, January 6, 2014. After this date, you will have to register at the event with a $5.00 late fee.
The theme for the Winter Conclave will be a Super Bowl Tailgate Party. There will be tailgating games and a Chapter versus Chapter flag football tournament. The winner of the football tournament will be awarded points toward the Silver Arrow Competition. The games will begin at 4:00pm on Saturday. Show your team spirit by wearing something from your favorite NFL or college team.
The form can be found in the latest edition of The Eagle - 2013 December Eagle
New December 2013 Edition of the Eagle Published
The latest and greatest in Timuquan Lodge news has just been published. Click here to visit Timuquan's Library to read The Eagle!
NEW - 2014 Dues Form Posted! DUE BY January 12, 2014!
The collection of these dues is vital as we are financially
independent from the council. The dues for 2014 are $15.00 and covers
the national fees plus the lodge’s administrative costs such as the
production and mailing of six publications.
You must maintain a BSA registration to be an OA member. Do I need to pay OA dues? The answer is YES. If you were inducted into Timuquan Lodge prior to the Fall Conclave in September 2013, your dues will expire and need to be renewed.
Looking For A Few Good Men
My Fellow Brothers,
Our lodge is in need of Arrowmen to take on positions so that our lodge can run at its maximum capacity. I am currently looking for Arrowmen to be our lodge’s Communications, Camping Promotions, Troop Rep., and Community Service Chairmen. The Communications Chairman we are looking for is someone who would be able to work on The Eagle and help maintain the lodge’s website. The Camping Promotions Chairman is responsible for promoting camping to the troops in our council and keeps the lodge’s Where To Go Camping Guide up to date. The Troop Rep. Chairman is responsible for keeping track of the OA Reps throughout the council and send them information about upcoming OA functions. The Community Service Chairman is in charge of planning and leading service projects for the lodge. If you feel you might be interested in taking on the role as a chairman, please email or call me so that together we can help our lodge run at its best.
Yours in service,
Administrative Vice Chief
Calusa Chapter Election Requests
Calusa Chapter is prepared for election requests following any First Class rank advancements received after summer camp. Troops in the chapter are being notified about the Fall Conclave and the hosting of the Section Seminars in early November. The lodge and the chapter are looking for a large turnout at this conclave to ensure that we are prepared for hosting the Section Seminars. Still looking for chapter members to sign up for chapter positions, interested members please contact your chapter chief.
Reserve Your Spot Now!
The deposit amount is only $50.00. The deposit guarantees you a spot in the 2015 Timuquan Lodge Contingent to the 2015 NOAC at Michigan State University, August 3-8, 2015. Come and join 10,000+ Arrowmen celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Order of the Arrow!
Camp Promotions Visitation Form Posted!
One of the primary purposes of the OA is promotion of the Scouting year-round outdoor ex-perience. Timuquan Lodge believes that the summer camp experience is the highlight of the camping year, and therefore strongly encourages each unit to take advantage of the pro-gram opportunities offered at Sand Hill Scout Reservation. Timuquan Lodge believes that supporting Sand Hill Scout Reservation is critical to the Scouting experience by building ca-maraderie, spirit and pride in West Central Florida Council.
Each Chapter of Timuquan Lodge has a camp promotions team. This team visits units with camp promotions materials. Their goal is to promote Sand Hill Scout Reservation to all units of West Central Florida Council.
Troop Representative Application Posted!
The Order of the Arrow Troop Representative position is an official BSA position of responsi-bility within the Troop and may be used for meeting the leadership requirement for rank ad-vancement. The OA Troop Representative is a crucial link between the Order of the Arrow and your Troop. To fulfill the leadership responsibilities as a Troop Representative, a Scout should attend all Lodge functions during his term. He should inform the OA members in his Troop of upcoming Lodge functions and meetings. For more information, please check the following link: http://www.oa-bsa.org/programs/ttr/
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