Fall Fellowship

Fall Fellowship

November 8-10, 2019
Cherokee Scout Reservation

Fall Fellowship is one of the Lodge's annual weekend events that is held each November. This weekend is generally focused as a celebration of our accomplishments since the previous fall and gearing up for another spring of Servant Leadership to our units. A banquet is held in this regard Saturday night following a day of games, fellowship, and learning activities centered around the work and traditions of the Order. It is also the preparation site of our Famous Brunswick Stew. Available for sale before and (sometimes) during the event, the stew sale is a great Friday of Fellowship as we cook around the fires.

We hope to see you there, register today!

Friday:

5:00-8:00 Registration Headquarters
5:00-8:00 Help Pack Stew Dining Hall Shelter
6:00-7:45 Floating Supper Dining Hall
8:30 Gun Safety Briefing (required for all shooters) Dining Hall
9:00 Cracker Barrel Dining Hall
11:00 Taps / Lights Out

Saturday:

7:15 Reveille
7:45 Assembly & Flag Raising Flagpole
8:00 Breakfast Dining Hall
9:00 – 11:45 Morning Sessions --see below
12:00 -1:00 Lunch Dining Hall
1:30 Ron Lindler Shelter Dedication Saura Campsite
1:30 Brotherhood Conferences Dining Hall Shelter
2:00-4:00 Afternoon Sessions --see below
4:00 Patch Auction OA Lodge
5:30 Flag Lowering Flagpole
5:45 Banquet Dinner

-       Awards & Recognitions

Dining Hall
8:30 Brotherhood Ceremony Dining Hall Shelter
9:00 Cracker Barrel - Dutch Oven Competition Dining Hall
9:30 Pow Wow (Drum & sing) OA Lodge
9:30 Games & Patch Trading Dining Hall
10:15 Lodge Officer Meeting Headquarters
11:00 Taps / Lights Out

Museum open for visits during the day (9-12 & 1-4)

Sunday:

7:15 Reveille
7:45 Assembly & Flag Raising Flagpole
8:00 Breakfast Dining Hall
8:45 Worship Service & Closing Dining Hall
9:00 Cleanup by Chapter Dining Hall
10:00 Lodge Executive Committee Meeting OA Lodge

Competition Schedule

       Attend by chapter

Tomahawk / Knife Throwing

(Archery Range)

Three Gun Competition

(Rifle Range)

Saturday

9:00 AM

Keyauwee/Tutelo Tutelo
10:00 AM Saura Keyauwee
11:00 AM Alamance Saura

 

2:00 PM DT Alamance
3:00 PM DT DT
4:00 PM Open DT

Open Program Sessions

         9:00-11:45 AM   & 2:00-4:00 PM

AIA Crafts (Dining Hall) – Make a beaded OA Dangle, Bear Claw necklace, or drumstick.

AIA Drumming/ Singing (OA Lodge) – Learn the basics of Southern Style Drumming & Singing

Patch Trading Basics (OA Museum) – Learn about trading, displaying, and the basics of patch collecting. Also get some free patches. 

Two Man Cross Cut Saw - Grab a friend and use a two-man saw to cut up a log.

The cost for this fun-filled weekend is $25 and includes the 5-weekend meals, cracker barrels, and the weekend patch. If you would like to come out for only Saturday’s dinner the cost is $10. Please register by the Monday prior to the event, so we can properly prepare for meals. There is no late fee, but if you register late or at the door, you may be asked to the back of the line for meals.

ONLINE REGISTRATION

PDF FORM (mail)

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

If you wish to sign up for the dutch oven competition, fill out the form here.