BREAKING: Happy New Year, Arrowmen! During the National Planning Meeting in Dallas, our very own Section Chief Matthew Watson was elected to serve as the Jamboree Vice Chief of the OA’s Indian Village. Read more about this exciting news for our section here.
Hear from our Chief why he’s excited for the 2017 Carolina’s Indian Seminar and why you should be too! For further information on this exciting event, please visit: http://eswau.net/events/2017-carolinas-indian-seminar/
I hope this email finds you well and that you enjoyed a restful Thanksgiving holiday with your families. In this November update, I have outlined several key reminders for our Section as we reflect on the business that was conducted at the Council of Chiefs meeting and look forward to the new year ahead! (more…)
Prices for 2017 Dixie Fellowship memorabilia were set on November 12th with the approval of the Dixie budget by the Council of Chiefs. All items are pictured here. Approved prices are: patch – $4, ghost patch – $4, chenille – $30, hat pin – $3, neckerchief – $15, mug – $9, t-shirt – $15 (all sizes), backpatch – $15, hat – $15, and our first-ever Section SR-5 belt buckle – $20. For several items, these are the lowest prices in several years!
Our Council of Chiefs meeting on November 12th is rapidly approaching and the excitement for the year ahead is building! Earlier this month, you received the 2017 Dixie Fellowship Proposal and by now, you have hopefully had a chance to look through the document. (more…)
I hope this email finds you well. Earlier this month, you received information regarding Operation Arrow, OAHA, and LINK. In this September update for the Section SR-5 Council of Chiefs, I have outlined several key reminders for our COC as we continue to make headway into this next century of service. (more…)
Ever wonder what it would be like if you were surrounded with green? On the weekend of September 16-18, 2016, I attended the Venturing Area 5 Legacy 4.0, hosted by Mecklenburg County Council VOA at Camp Grimes. (more…)
Some of the best memories you receive from your experience in the Order of the Arrow are those of visiting other lodges. This past weekend, I had the incredible opportunity to visit Itibapishe Iti Hollo Lodge for their annual Fall Ordeal. (more…)