Sinai Lenape Chapter

The Sinai Lenape Chapter of the Kanwa tho Lodge represents the Fox River and Root River Districts of the Three Harbors Council. The name means “people of the river.”

The Chapter is currently active and posting activities on their Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sinai-Lenape-Chapter-Kanwa-tho-Lodge/572723119483739

 

Questions? Please contact:

Kyle Kaczmarek – Chapter Advisor

Kylekaczmarek04@gmail.com

Dean Busalacci – Chapter Relations

djboozie@att.net

 


The items that follow are automatically aggregated from the public posts on the Sinai-Lenape Chapter group page on Facebook. The Fox River District takes no responsibility for these posts, but republishes them here as a service to the Chapter.


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21 Indications You Were A Full-Fledged Boy Scoutwww.buzzfeed.comPrepared doesn't even begin to describe you.
Tue, Jun 24, 2014
Source: Kanwa tho Lodge Facebook Page
Congratulations to our 7 new lodge members who completed their Ordeal at the Summer Conclave this weekend! Congrats also to our newest Vigil Honor member, Scott S. Thank you to all who participated, and especially to those who stepped up in a big way: Kenny K, Dave M, Joe C, Lyle S, Eric D, Scott G, and Father Mark. Thanks also to our excellent ceremonies team: Tyler V, Bryan H, Eric D, and Michael T.
Sun, Jun 15, 2014
Source: Kanwa tho Lodge Facebook Page
You may have heard about the recent BSA announcement regarding unifying the youth/adult age to 18 across all of its programs, including Order of the Arrow. This is the best and most official information yet about what this means to the OA. Basically, there is no change for the OA program. Members can hold office, such as being on the lodge executive committee, until they are 21 years old. What has changed is their registration with the BSA: once 18, they must take youth protection and must consent to a background check. Read the short article below for details. ~BF, Lodge Adviser Ask the Chairman - Does the Change in Adult Age Affect the Order?www.oa-bsa.orgOfficial web site of the Order of the Arrow - Scoutings National Honor Society. The purpose of the Order of the Arrow is to recognize those Scout campers who best exemplify the Scout Oath and Law in their daily lives, to develop and maintain camping traditions and spirit, to promote Scout camping, a…
Fri, May 30, 2014
Source: Kanwa tho Lodge Facebook Page