SR-5 Interactive Timeline

Welcome to the Section SR-5 interactive timeline. Bullet points in red are unique and open up as links featuring photos, videos, and further information. Enjoy your time exploring SR-5’s rich history! To view the Order of the Arrow’s own timeline, please click here.

 

2017

2016

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Bob White Lodge at Knox Scout Reservation.
  • The new section officers (Chief Matthew Watson, Vice Chief Nick Zanzot, and Secretary Stuart Park) prioritize visitation to the ten lodges and sending monthly email updates to the Council of Chiefs.
  • The Summit Circle at SBR is dedicated with local Lodge Rocks integrated into the architecture.
  • Prism is hosted at The Summit.
  • NEXT: A New Century is hosted at Indiana University.
  • A new Section SR-5 Website is constructed by Jay Widby, Tripp Clark, Section Secretary Stuart Park, and Section Chief Matthew Watson.
  • Secretary Stuart Park unveils a new blog for the section.
  • A Section Operations Guide is authored by the officers and new coordinator roles are established for the Shows Coordinator and the Special Events Coordinator.
  • SR-5 has a massive presence at the 2016 AICA Powwow and along with the introduction of the Special Events Coordinator and increased promotional efforts for the Carolina’s Indian Seminar, SR-5 takes further strides to place emphasis on the importance of American Indian Activities.
  • Atta Kulla Kulla Lodge constructs a Cherokee bandolier bag for the Section Chief and presents it to Matthew Watson at the 2016 AKK Fall Fellowship at Camp Old Indian.
  • The Dixie Fellowship Proposal is assembled earlier than ever before and features a new design.
  • As part of the proposal, the section’s first belt buckle is planned to be sold as a part of Dixie 2017 merchandise.
  • Also part of the 2017 Dixie Fellowship proposal, plans are laid out for a Friday vendor expo and the section’s first Friday night Grand Fair.
  • Section Secretary Stuart Park organizes the section’s first communications team.
  • LINK is introduced to the Council of Chiefs by Section Chief Matthew Watson, Section Vice Chief Nick Zanzot, and Section Secretary Stuart Park. Section Vice Chief Nick Zanzot leads the effort to organize mentoring to the lodges while Secretary Stuart Park reassembles the Lodge Leader Forum.
  • Also at the 2016 COC Meeting at Camp Barstow, a successful Youth Retreat, Section Seminar, and Dixie Preview are conducted.
  • Section Chief Matthew Watson, working with several past SR-5 Section Chiefs, authors a new SR-5 Section Officer Oath of Office to be officially implemented at the 2017 Dixie Fellowship at Camp Barstow.
  • Section Chief Matthew Watson and Section Adviser Mac McLean revise the section’s historical records.
  • SR-5 Vice Chief Nick Zanzot staffs the Area Venturing event, Legacy.
  • The first online registration ever for the Dixie Fellowship goes live in preparations for Dixie 2017.
  • Section Secretary Stuart Park and Shows Coordinator Jakob Helderman assemble the Dixie Press Corps as a way to gather media for display at Dixie Fellowship shows.
  • Section Chief Matthew Watson, Section Secretary Stuart Park, and Shows Coordinator Jakob Helderman unveil the first-ever D-PRO (Dixie Promotion) program at the 2016 Council of Chiefs meeting at Camp Barstow. It was modeled after SR-9’s successful C-PRO campaign with the goal to significantly raise interest around the section for the 2017 Dixie Fellowship.
  • Section SR-5 expands its presence on social media to include Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat.
  • During 2016, all ten lodges achieve either Silver or Gold JTE status.
  • At the 2016 National Planning Meeting in Dallas, Section Chief Matthew Watson is elected to serve as the Jamboree Vice Chief of the OA’s Indian Village.

2015

 

2014

 

2013

 

2012

 

2011

 

2010

 

2009

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Eswau Huppeday Lodge at Camp Bud Schiele.

 

2008

 

2007

 

2006

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Bob White Lodge at Camp Linwood Hayne.

 

2005

 

2004

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Skyuka Lodge at Camp Bob Hardin.

 

2003

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Santee Lodge at Camp Coker.

 

2002

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Unali’yi Lodge at Camp Ho Non Wah.

 

2001

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Itibapishe Iti Hollo Lodge at Camp John J. Barnhardt.

 

2000

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Tsali Lodge at Camp Daniel Boone.

 

1999

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Atta Kulla Kulla Lodge at Camp Old Indian.

 

1998

 

1997

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Unali’yi Lodge at Camp Ho Non Wah.

 

1996

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Egwa Tawa Dee Lodge at Bert Adams Scout Reservation.

 

1995

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Tomo Chi Chi Lodge at Camp Blue Heron.

 

1994

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Bob White Lodge at Camp Linwood Hayne.

 

1993

  • Bob White, Tsali, Atta Kulla Kulla, Muscogee, Unali’yi, Skyuka, and Santee move into SR-5.
  • Itibap, Eswau, and Catawba move into SR-7.
  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Muscogee Lodge at Fort Jackson Army Base.

 

1992

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Skyuka Lodge at Camp Bob Hardin.

 

1991

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Santee Lodge at Camp Coker.

 

1990

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Atta Kulla Kulla Lodge at Camp Old Indian.

 

1989

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Unali’yi Lodge at Camp Ho Non Wah.

 

1988

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Tsali Lodge at Camp Daniel Boone.

 

1987

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Tomo Chi Chi Lodge at Camp Blue Heron.

 

1986

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Bob White Lodge at Camp Linwood Hayne.

 

1985

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Muscogee Lodge at Camp Barstow.

 

1984

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Skyuka Lodge at Camp Charles Lea.

 

1983

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Santee Lodge at Camp Coker.

 

1982

  • Santee, Atta Kulla Kulla, Muscogee, Unali’yi, Skyuka, and Tsali move into SE-5.
  • Itibap, Eswau, and Catawba move into SE-7.
  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Atta Kulla Kulla Lodge at Camp Old Indian.

 

1981

 

1980

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Muscogee at Camp Barstow.

 

1979

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Itibapishe Iti Hollo Lodge at Camp John J. Barnhardt.

 

1978

 

1977

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Unali’yi Lodge at Camp Ho Non Wah.

 

1976

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Catawba Lodge at Camp Steere.

 

1975

 

1974

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Santee Lodge at Camp Coker.

 

1973

 

1972

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Itibapishe Iti Hollo Lodge at Camp John J. Barnhardt.

 

1971

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Eswau Huppeday Lodge at Camp Schiele.

 

1970

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Catawba Lodge at Camp Steere.

 

1969

 

1968

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Atta Kulla Kulla Lodge at Camp Old Indian.

 

1967

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Itibapishe Iti Hollo Lodge at Camp John J. Barnhardt.

 

1966

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Eswau Huppeday Lodge at Camp Schiele.

 

1965

 

1964

  • Eswau Huppeday Lodge is founded (Charter date: August 15, 1964) and begins in Area 6-B.
  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Tsali Lodge at Camp Daniel Boone.

 

1963

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Catawba Lodge at Camp Steere.

 

1962

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Atta Kulla Kulla Lodge at Camp Old Indian.

 

1961

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Skyuka Lodge at Camp Palmetto.

 

1960

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Atta Kulla Kulla at Camp Old Indian.

 

1959

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Santee Lodge at Camp Coker.

 

1958

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Catawba Lodge at Camp Steere.

 

1957

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Skyuka Lodge at Camp Palmetto.

 

1956

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Atta Kulla Kulla Lodge at Camp Old Indian.

 

1955

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Santee at Camp Coker.

 

1954

  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Itibap at Camp Dick Henning.

 

1953

  • Muscogee and Unali’yi move to Area 6-C.
  • The Dixie Fellowship is hosted by Catawba at Camp Steere.

 

1952

  • The first ever Dixie Fellowship (third Area 6-B Fellowship) is hosted by Unali’yi at Camp Ho Non Wah.

 

1951

  • Catawba Lodge is founded (Charter date: June 18, 1951) and begins in Area 6-B.
  • The second Area 6-B Fellowship is hosted by Skyuka at Camp Palmetto.

 

1950

  • Bob White moves to Area 6-C.
  • Santee, Atta Kulla Kulla, Itibap, Muscogee, Unali’yi, Skyuka, and Tsali move to Area 6-B.
  • The first Area 6-B Fellowship is hosted by Muscogee at Camp Barstow.

 

1949

  • The third and final Area Z Fellowship is hosted by Atta Kulla Kulla at Camp Old Indian.

 

1948

  • The second Area Z Fellowship is hosted by Unali’yi Lodge at Camp Ho Non Wah.

 

1947

  • The first Area Z Fellowship is hosted by Muscogee Lodge at Camp Barstow.

 

1945

  • Bob White, Atta Kulla Kulla, Muscogee, Unali’yi, Skyuka, and Santee move to Area Z.

 

1944

  • Skyuka Lodge is founded (Charter date: June 30, 1944) and begins in Area J.

 

1943

  • Unali’yi Lodge is founded (Charter date: May 11, 1943) and begins in Area J.

 

1942

  • Muscogee Lodge is founded (Charter date: June 15, 1942) and begins in Area H but transitions that same year into Area J.
  • Bob White and Atta Kulla Kulla move to Area J.
  • Tsali and Itibap move to Area I.

 

1941

  • The United States enters World War II after the surprise attack by Japan on December 7, 1941, on Pearl Harbor.

 

1940

 

1938

 

1936

  • Bob White Lodge is founded (Charter date: June 11, 1936) and begins in Area 8.

 

1934

 

1919

 

1917

  • The United States declares war against Germany on April 6, 1917 and enters World War I.

 

1915

  • The Order of the Arrow is founded at Camp Treasure Island.

 

1913

 

1911

 

1910

  • The Boy Scouts of America is founded.

 

1891

  • On May 15, Dr. E. Urner Goodman is born.