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:


Questions? Please contact:

Kyle Kaczmarek – Chapter Advisor

Dean Busalacci – Chapter Relations


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.

Arrowmen! NOAC 2015 is approaching and our LEC has set the goal of 100 arrowmen to this event! Not only is it the 100 anniversary of the OA, but these collector sashes will be given out to every participant that makes their way to Michigan State University next summer! Details on registration to come, but start saving your money today!Mobile Uploads#OA100 | At this morning's National Committee Meeting, 2014 National Chief Nick Dannemiller and 2014 National Vice Chief Taylor Bobrow showcased prototypes of the centennial red sash that will be distributed to participants at the #NOAC2015. More information on this commemorative item will be announced at a later date. How are you planning on celebrating our centennial? — with Taylor Bobrow and Nick Dannemiller.
Wed, May 21, 2014
Source: Kanwa tho Lodge Facebook Page
A rather nice men's watch was found during the Spring Conclave last weekend. If you lost a watch, please contact Lisa Held in the Milwaukee Scout office to identify and claim.
Tue, May 13, 2014
Source: Kanwa tho Lodge Facebook Page
Sharing from lodge member Dan Gross. GrossJust wanted to share these wonderful images of friend, OA brother, and fellow Marquette Hilltopper Father Mark Carr, as he celebrated Mass with us during Spring Conclave.Fr. Carr also spoke briefly about Philmont Scout Reservation in New Mexico and a very special St. George retreat that will take place there in 2015.
Sun, May 11, 2014
Source: Kanwa tho Lodge Facebook Page