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After receiving the very generous gift of a Haida style canoe, it has been our intention to build a shed to store and display it. This building will also be used for an onsite carving shed, with the intention of giving Chapters and or individual Arrowmen a dry place to work on Totem Poles. As you can see by the attached photos construction is well under way and should be complete in a month or so.
Normally this type of project might be weather dependent, but as you can see from the photos, a little inclement weather did not deter our hardy crew of carpenters. Many thanks to Bob M., Dave M., Rob L., Matthew K., Briggs H., Torin B., Kelly and Mike G. Please stop up at the Longhouse next time you are at camp and take a look.
We are in need of some patch designs. We need at least three patches to help us commemorate the 100th anniversary of the OA.
The first patch is to be our 100th Anniversary Patch. We have been asked to include the Centennial Totem as part of the design. It can be a big noticeable part of the design or it can be small or subtle. These are the Centennial Totem:
The second patch is our NOAC contingent patch
The third patch is our two piece NOAC contingent patch.
If you would like, you can also submit designs for pins, additional patches, hats or anything else related to NOAC.
All of these patches will be available for purchase to all lodge members.
This example is from Nisqually Lodge, our immediate neighbor to the south. We need to come up with a better patch set than anyone else, especially Nisqually.
160 Arrowmen, friends and family turned out for the annual Lodge recognition banquet on October 18th 2014 where we honored those people who make the lodge tick. We said good bye and thank you to our old officers and then swore most of them back in as this year's leaders!
Master of Ceremonies Matthew R led the evening's celebration. We also honored our latest vigil class, reflected on ArrowCorps 2014 and promoted upcoming lodge and national activities. Very special thanks go to our guest speaker OA National Committee Member Terrel Miller.
We revealed the Founders Award recipients at the event.
A person very close to Taylon had been diagnosed with Breast Cancer and survived. He wanted to carry out this project to honor this person.
Taylon designed and ordered the patches, then sold them at various OA and Scouting events, with all proceeds to go toward the Susan G. Koman foundation for the cure of this terrible disease.
On October 16th Taylon attended the Chief Seattle Council Executive Board meeting where he presented a check in the amount of $3500 to representatives of the Susan G. Koman foundation towards cancer research.
We congratulate Taylon on this outstanding project and are certainly proud to have this young man as a representative of T'kope.
Register now for this free event, lunch provided!!
Whilst you are registering for LLD why not join us for the OA Annual Banquet following the training sessions. Cost is $20 through Friday, October 10th, $30 after. Just check "Yes" at the bottom of the registration page.
The Annual OA Banquet follows the day of training and is still only $20. The price goes up to $30 on Saturday, October 11th so register now for the LLD and banquet!