Brothers, I’m very excited to say that we’re almost a week away from our Lodge Leadership and Development conference and Winter Banquet! Here is a some information about both of them. The LLD begins Saturday January 30th at 8:30am at Buncombe Street United Methodist Church in Greenville.
Hello brothers, we’re less than a month away from our Lodge Leadership Development conference and Winter Banquet. The officers are working hard to make sure that the LLD is packed full of great sessions, games and food.
Arrowmen, The Vigil Honor was first bestowed upon the Order of the Arrow’s founder, Dr. E. Urner Goodman, a century ago in 1915.
Fellow Arrowmen, please find the 2016 Dixie Registration Information enclosed. Atta Kulla Kulla is a member of the Souther Region 5. Our Section Conclave, known nationally as the Dixie Fellowship, host over 1000 arrowmen from parts of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia.
Fellow Arrowmen, the Carolina Indian Seminar is quickly approaching us. For the Arrowmen who are interested, pay close attention. CIS will be on Jan. 22th-24th weekend in Statesville, NC. The AIA team is planning on going up there that Saturday and coming home the following morning.
Greetings to all Atta Kulla Kulla Arrowmen! The final planning for 2016 activities is in full swing by your lodge officers. As we finalize those activities, it is also that time of year to pay your 2016 dues and if you wish to register for all those activities.
Fellow Arrowmen, just wanted to remind everyone that we have our 2nd lodge Trail workday at Camp Old Indian on Dec. 5. It starts at 9AM and ends at 4PM. All you need to bring is a bag lunch, gloves, and wear work clothes. All tools will be provided.
Fellow Arrowmen, I would like to thank all the boys and adults that came out to Haygood Mill. All and all I think it was a great turnout and I believe the boys had fun and learned a little as well fortunately!
Hello Arrowmen, I believe that this past weekend was a success! I would like to express how grateful I am for all the arrowmen who came out and showed appreciation for the AIA team. So thank you all!
Fellow Arrowmen, Camp Old Indian needs your help to work on the existing trails and build new trails as part of our service to the camp. All work days will start at 9 AM at the Camp Old Indian Parking lot. People should bring lunch, water, gloves and dress appropriately for the weather.