Lodge Leadership


Garrett Cook

Lodge Chief

Lodge Chief Garrett Cook is a Life Scout in Troop 0600, and has served on Camp Staff at Cherokee Scout Reservation as the Order of the Arrow Representative. He is a Senior at Northern Guilford High School, where he plays trombone in the marching and jazz bands as well as the wind ensemble. Garrett is also an active member in the local mountain biking community. He is most excited to grow our Brotherhood and engage our members in the Lodge.


Grayson Gray

Lodge Vice Chief of Program

Vice Chief of Program Grayson Gray is a Life Scout in Troop 566 and served as Commissary Staff in 2022 at Cherokee Scout Reservation. He is a Sophomore at Bethany Community High School, where he participates in the National Honors Society. Grayson likes to help the community and loves to do things with other Scouts and his family. He is eager to provide great program activities for our members.


Jameson Apple

Lodge Vice Chief of Communications

Vice Chief of Communications Jameson Apple is a Life Scout in Troop 68. He is a Junior at Ragsdale High School and enjoys serving at his Church, building things, and doing anything outdoors. Jameson loves to help others and serve his community as much as possible. He is excited to communicate with his fellow Brothers to make our Lodge grow and prosper.


Liam Shaw

Lodge Vice Chief of Administration

Vice Chief of Administration Liam Shaw is an Eagle Scout in Troop 600 and has served as an aquatics instructor at Cherokee Scout Reservation for 3 years. He is a senior at Northwest Guilford High School, where he plays the marching quads for the drumline as well as runs track. Liam enjoys water sports, hockey, working on cars, and spending quality time with his friends and family. His goal is to implement new unit election strategies to make new member enrollment as smooth as possible.


Jackson Davis

Lodge Vice Chief of Service

Vice Chief of Service Jackson Davis is a Life Scout in Troop 20 and has served on Camp Staff at Cherokee Scout Reservation. He is a Senior at Penn-Griffin School for the arts, where he plays the Cello. He is most excited about ensuring the lasting of our Lodge by growing our Service Corps and Elangomat teams.


Aubreigh McPhail

Lodge Vice Chief of Inductions Ceremonies Elections (ICE)

Vice Chief of American Indian Affairs Aubreigh McPhail is a Life Scout in Troop 8230 and is a recipient of the Venturing Award in Venturing Crew 4007. Aubreigh served as the FROGS Instructor in 2022 at Cherokee Scout Reservation and is a Senior at Page High School. Aubreigh is involved with the theater program at School and is a Haunt Actor at Woods of Terror. Aubreigh loves to participate in archery, listen to music, dance fancy shaw, and play Minecraft. Aubreigh is excited to expand our ceremony team and share a passion for ceremonies within our Lodge.


Samuel McNabb

Lodge Vice Chief of American Indian Affairs (AIA)

Vice Chief of AIA Samuel McNabb is an Eagle Scout and Assistant Scoutmaster in Troop 368 and has served as Camp Staff at Camp Raven Knob. He currently attends Guilford Technical Community College's Fire Academy and is a Volunteer Fireman at Pleasant Garden Fire Department. Samuel enjoys hiking, playing his guitar, and powwow dancing and singing. As the 2022 NOAC Fancy Dance National Champion, he plans on getting AIA more involved at the Chapter and Unit level while teaching native culture, history, and making AIA more inclusive and accessible to all Scouts and Arrowmen.

Lodge Advisers


Rusty Gray

Lodge Adviser

Rusty is an Assistant Scoutmaster with Troop 4566 in Stoneville, NC.  He is the Lead EMT for Cone Health's CareLink Mobile Critical Care Transport Team.  He has been employed with Cone Health for 20 years.  Scouting planted the seed of volunteerism that lead him to serve the Madison-Rockingham Rescue Squad as Chief for 17 years and as member for 25 years.   He has served Saura Chapter as Chapter Adviser for several years.  Rusty has served as a Health Officer for Lodge and Council events, was a NYLT staff member and current Wood Badge staff member for 2022.  He is currently on the Council Camping Committee and serves as Co-Chair for the Cherokee District Committee.  As a youth Rusty was very active in Scouting and now enjoys Scouting as an adult with his son.  As a young person obtained the rank of Eagle Scout in Troop 4566, worked on Camp Staff at Cherokee Scout Reservation, was a Chapter Chief, Lodge Vice Chief and ceremonialist.  He was awarded the Vigil Honor in 1992. Rusty is humbled and excited to serve as Lodge Adviser.  He believes that the Scouting program and the Order of the Arrow offers America's youth timeless values, leadership development, outdoor skills, and a since of service beyond self.


Bud Harrelson

Lodge Staff Adviser

Bud is the Director of Cherokee Scout Reservation and Strategic Initiatives, and has been involved with Scouting for many years in multiple roles. Prior to becoming a professional Scouter, Bud was active as a youth and adult volunteer. He served as lodge chief of Tsalagi Lodge and SR-7 section chief. As an adult, he served as our lodge’s associate adviser for service before serving as the SR-7B section adviser. Bud served on multiple national committees, including the national Order of the Arrow committee. He also has a background in education at the school and district level. He was awarded the Vigil Honor in 1993 and the National Distinguished Service Award in 1998. Bud (and his dog Brody) look forward to supporting the lodge chief and lodge adviser in their goals, and guiding Tsoiotsi Tsogalii into a bright future with a strong program.

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