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Gator Grind Build Days!
Mark your calendars for the following Gator Grind build days. All service hours will be recorded in Lodgemaster.
- November 7th - Lodge Leadership will be at SLS but Mr. Eschelman will coordinate.
- December 5th- OA Winter Fellowship
- January 9th
- January 16th
- February 13th
- February 20th
- March 5th - Spring Ordeal – Final Saturday / Test runs
- March 12th – THE BIG DAY
Gator Grind Build #1 - A GREAT Success!
Thirty five brothers and 11 non members joined together on a hot, sunny day at beautiful Camp Tanah Keeta under the direction of Ryan W to start building the grand obstacles for the Inaugural TK Gator Grind. We lugged, drilled, hammered, drilled and sweated and built several components including incline walls and giant tire cargo nets. It was a blast. Please be sure to join as at the next build date, which will be announced soon.
Section Leadership Summit - Early Bird Registration 10/14
EARLY BIRD deadline is October 14th, cost is $36.50. After this the price goes to $46.50.
This event takes place at Camp Wallwood in Quincy Florida (near Tallahassee) on November 6-8th. Section Leader Summit offers a ton of training classes on a variety of subject. There will be something for everyone and an emphasis on AIA topics.
THIS IS A LONG DRIVE - we will leave Friday morning early and get home LATE Sunday. Plan accordingly.
NOW - different this year. We are not charging any meal fees or gas fees. These will be settled up with each driver. Also drivers will be assigned based on who signs up. Plan on about $20 per person for gas to be paid to the driver and money for lunch and dinner on the way up and lunch on the way back.
OA Unit of Excellence Awards
The Order of the Arrow Unit of Excellence Award seeks to identify those units, and the leaders within them, who excel at incorporating the OA into their annual planning. This award is intended to provide a tool for lodges to recognize, incentivize, and operationalize unit-level participation in Order of the Arrow programs. Units and Leaders completing the requirements are awarded recognition on both the National (ribbon / patch) and local (Lodge recognition) level. Details about the award can be found HERE. For further information contact Lodge Chief Gregory Yentz at email@example.com.