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2015 Online Dues Payment Now OPEN!
To be a member of the Lodge, you must be a registered member of the West Central Florida Council and Timuquan Lodge
If you completed your Ordeal before the Fall Conclave in September 2014, you must renew your dues. Please register and pay online, or send this form with your payment to the Council office. You will be considered lapsed if your annual dues are not received by January 11, 2015
This covers the cost of national charter fees, Lodge support for our camps, printing and mailing of the lodge newsletter, and gives you the right to wear the Lodge flap on your uniform.
New December 2014 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 Centennial Logo Released
The national Order of the Arrow committee is excited to release the totem and logo for the 100th anniversary celebration. Click on the logo for more info.
Meet the Designer of the Logo
It was just a regular day in Huntsville, Alabama when Nathaniel Kelton's phone rang. Not recognizing the incoming phone number, he answered the phone. The voice on the other end of the phone belonged to someone Nathaniel knew well but had never talked with. The caller said: “My name is Nick Dannemiller and I'm the national chief of the OA." Nathaniel immediately thought he was being pranked. “There was no way that the actual national OA chief was calling to tell me that the design I submitted for the 100th Anniversary identity contest had been chosen to be the Order’s official totem and logo for the centennial," Nathaniel reflected.
To read more CLICK HERE
Vigil Certificates in OA Museum
A fellow Arrowman is working to collect for the National OA Archives and museum a Vigil Certificate in either original form or a copy from each year the Vigil Certificates were first made in 1938.
Here are the years that need either a copy or an original certificate:
- 1938-1944, 1947, 1949
- 1953 Signed by Phillip Robbins
- 1958 Signed by Martin Mockford
- 1968 Signed by David Boshea
- 1989, 1993 Signed by Clyde Mayer
- 1994 Signed by Alan Mossman
Need original, already has copy
- 1945, 1946, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1986, 1987, 1993, 1994, 1997, 2003, 2005, 2007
Please contact Terry Grove for more info at Groveagle@cfl.rr.com.
If you participate, your certificate will become part of the OA historic archives and become part of the OA history into our next 100 years.
Congratulations to Newly Elected Officers And Vigil Members!
Nick Fatolitis - Lodge Chief
Adam Ekblad - Administrative Vice Chief
Trevor Case - Inductions Vice Chief
Shawn Young - Tocobaga Chapter Chief
Daniel Viera - Osceola Chapter Chief
Dane Nichols - Calusa Chapter Chief
Kyle Denman - Lodge Secretary
Matt McLoone - Lodge Treasurer
PJ Aitken - Lodge Historian
|Year:||Recipient:||Vigil Name:||Vigil Name Translation:||Click to Enlarge:|
|2013||Zachary Bowles||Isaco Chano Eye||Smiling Pathfinder|
|Nicholas G. Fatolitis||Holata Quene Orobo||Chief Who Heals|
|Dane A. Nichols||Eane Hoba Gisano||Quiet Dedicated Cook|
|Theresa Ronayne||Isa Quene Tomo Chie||Mother Who Guides Creativity|
|Gregory C. Sammel||Abo Ibi Quachi||Traveling Water Teacher|
|Barbara Gieselman||Chico Chucu Aye Chara||Friendly Sand Hill Painter|
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/