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The Lodge Dinner hosted by Mitz Khan-A-Khan, will be held at The First Christian Church in Ventura in the Fellowship Hall.
Location: 38 Teloma Drive, Corner of Teloma Drive and Telegraph Rd. Ventura. Nearest off ramp from both 101 & 126 is Victoria Ave.
Time: Saturday September 27 @ 6 PM
Cost $15.00 The meal will consist of Asian cuisine .
Our Section Conclave is in just 4 weeks!!
Register now(before August 31) at the Section website to save $20 on your fee and reserve your sleeping bunk in the lodges. Only 200 spots are available in the lodges and already more than 150 have registered for conclave at Forest Lawn Scout Ranch in Lake Arrowhead September 19-21.
NOAC is August 3-8, 2015.
Watch this website and the Ventura County Council website for the flyer, which will be ready by 9/8.
A reservation fee of $125 (to be applied to the conference fee and travel reservation) will be due at the lodge dinner.
You must register with our Lodge and Council. Individual reservations will be taken only for NOAC volunteer staff.
The one week conference fee is $475. The total with transportation will be between $850 and $1000.
We will hold fund raising events in the coming year to help reduce the cost for everyone who participates in the fundraising.
Go to the National site to learn more about the OA 100th anniversary NOAC next summer:
Topa Topa Lodge will be reorganizing and combining lodge chapters as follows:
Mitz-Khan-a-Khan, San Ceyetano and Ojai will become one chapter
Muwu and Asuskwa will become one chapter
Moskimos will remain as it is
Uhu Ku will remain as it is
The effective date of the change will be at the September Annual Dinner.
More information to follow.
Congratulations on your election to the Order of the Arrow. Now you will need to complete an Ordeal weekend to become a member of the OA. The paperwork you received at the Camporee contains all the information you need. You are encouraged to attend the upcoming Pre-Ordeal orientation meeting in your district. If you don’t have that meeting information, please click the Inquiry link to the left. Be sure to include your troop number or district in the message along with a way to contact you. If you have lost your papers from the weekend, the information is available on our downloads page. The Ordeal weekends are at Camp Three Falls, they are from Friday evening thru Sunday morning (you must attend the entire weekend to be inducted).
Thursday September 25, 2014 is the Next Lodge Executive Committee (LEC) Meeting. There is a lot of business to cover and we need all Lodge Officers, Chapter Chiefs, Advisers or their representatives to please attend all LEC meetings. As always the meeting will start at 7:30 PM in the Scout Center. All LEC meetings are open to all members in good standing in the Lodge. See you there!
Chapter Chief’s please bring your written Chapter reports and articles for the upcoming Tom Tom.
Our home camp, Camp 3 Falls is nestled in the beautiful Lockwood Valley in the NE corner of Ventura County. It’ s never too early to promote Summer Camp. Here is the current promotional flyer, perfect for downloading and charing with your unit and the units in your chapter while promoting Summer Camp. Questions about Camp 3 Falls can be answered at www.campthreefalls.blogspot.com.
Eight of your brothers completed their Vigil weekend at Camp Three Falls. 27 Lodge Vigil Honor members attended the weekend to support the new candidates. Thanks especially to the cook staff for great food, and to Vigil Chief Cordel F. for a great event. The 2013 Topa Topa Vigil class is: Shilo G., Jeffery G., Tyler K., Peter L., Tyler N., Jordan S., Kevin Koch, Tom McKnelly
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