SULLY CHAPTER ORDER OF THE ARROW
OA Meeting – monthly on the second Tuesday of each month at the Sully Governmental Center, 4900 Stonecroft Blvd in Westfields from 7-8 pm. All Arrowmen, including Troop Order of the Arrow Representatives (TOAR), should attend.
OA Ceremonies Practice – monthly on the fourth Sunday of each month at the Hazel Offices, 4305 Hazel Park Court, Chantilly, VA from 3-5 pm. All ceremonial team members, and those interested in becoming a ceremonial team member, should attend.
OA Elections - Notification letters to elected candidates will be mailed by mid-March to ensure sufficient notification of the upcoming Spring Ordeal dates. Troops should ensure that their Troop Order of the Arrow Representative (TOAR) has set a date for elections and scheduled elections with his counterpart troop. Each TOAR has been provided with counterpart troop and their TOAR contact details. Troop Scoutmaster and Committee Chairs will recieve information on the process to nominate Adult leaders for membership.
Sully OA Yahoo Group - want to know more about chapter activities without having to search the web? Enroll in the Sully Chapter OA Yahoo Group by sending an email, with you name in the body of the email, toSullyOAemail@example.com. This will ensure that you get notifications for upcoming meetings and events. The subject line of all messages will start with [SullyOA] Please use this to keep your messages from being placed into your SPAM folder.
Amangamek Wipit Lodge Website – the source of all things Wipit! The lodge website (www.boyscouts-ncac.org/oalodge470) contains everything you need to:
(1) Pay your dues,
(2) Find out and register for upcoming events (i.e. Lodge Banquet, Lodge Fellowship, Section Conclaves, Council Camp Service Weekend, Goshen Bus Loading, Goshen OA Trail Crew, and Lodge Vigil Induction)
A CALL TO ALL ARROWMEN
Remember that we were elected to serve others based on the expectations of those who elected us from our troops. This is why we:
(1) promote camping to ensure that every troop has a camping program that includes long and short term camping,
(2) provide service through projects like Goshen Bus Loading, Council Camp Service Weekend, Scouting for Food, and
(3) display cheerful spirit as demonstrated in providing Arrow of Light (AOL) crossovers and camporee camp fires. It takes a chapter to support these activities.
Don’t just leave it to your Troop OA Representative (TOAR) to enjoy all this fun. Come join the fellowship!
Revised 03/28/2013 dk