Come to the Lodge's annual Fall Fellowship (November 10-12) and join your fellow Arrowmen at an exciting weekend of Fun & Advancement in your knowledge of our Order.
The weekend will begin early on Friday Morning with the preparation and cooking of our famous Brunswick Stew. Cooking will begin around 7:00 am and continue throughout the day. This is always an excellent time of fellowship as our Adults trade old stories around the Stew Pots. Many hands will make for light work, so get out to camp as soon as you are able and see what make our Stew special. Rumor has it once our Stew is cooling in the night air, Banjo picking will be heard across the Dining Hall Lawn with games and other activities going on. Let's Hope for clear skies and a light breeze so the sounds of our fellowship can be heard all across the Camp.
Saturday morning we will welcome a focus on the Lodge's American Indian program. Be sure to bring your energy and spirit as you learn how you can complete some of the requirements of the First Year Arrowman Award & how you can learn more about we observe and preserve the Traditions of the Order of the Arrow. Learning sessions will be available for any Brother working on Brotherhood or who would simply appreciate a refresher on our Obligation, Song, and Symbols. Chapters will also each have time during the day to meet and work together on challenges. You can be sure to find something that will excite you as there will be activities for Arrowmen and guests of all ages. Lunch on Saturday will feature a special presentation on the 2018 SR-7B Cardinal Conclave, a gathering of over 1500 Arrowmen to be held at our own Cherokee Scout Reservation.
Saturday Night a Banquet will be held recognizing those Brothers who have served with AIA, Elangomats, and in other capacities during the Summer and Fall. A special presentation on NOAC will be shown, and pictures from this fall's Ordeals will be shared. A Brotherhood ceremony is scheduled to take place following supper and there will be games and activities (and a bit more Banjo w/ Cowbell!) in celebration following the ceremony for all to enjoy.
Sunday will close with a moment of reflection on our duties as Arrowmen before we return home.
We hope to see you there, register now!
The cost for attending a Fellowship weekend is $25 and includes all meals and materials for the weekend. If you would like to come out for only Saturday’s dinner the cost is $10. You can use one of the following methods to register.
Paper Form: Form (Fillable PDF)
Online Registration: Secure Link
If you don't have a medical form on file please bring a complete copy with you for check-in or be prepared to fill one out when you arrive. Medical Forms Parts A&B