Sinai Lenape Chapter (OA)

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

Ryan Laffin – Chapter Chief

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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.

NOAC udate. Short summary, it's full. We have 40 slots for Kanwa tho Arrowmen that are filled in the order that deposits are received. C-3A | Order of the Arrow, BSAAn important NOAC update from OA National Chairman Ray CappFrom: Ray Capp, National Chairman, Order of the ArrowRe: 2015 National OA Conference Capacity · Current Status: Currently, NOAC is over-subscribed when including those on the wait list. So, we are not able to announce, today, that everyone on the wait list will be able to attend NOAC.· Increasing Capacity: Members of our leadership team will be onsite at MSU this Friday to continue negotiations with the university to secure additional beds. We are intending to secure at least 2,000 more (taking our total to just over14,000). · Youth Preference: Our intent is to maximize the number of youth who attend NOAC. As you manage your lodge's participation, please ensure that youth participation exceeds adult participation. Though this may not be popular with everyone, it is principled on our commitment to youth and their Scouting experience. · Reservation Adjustments: Every bed makes a difference.There are lodges, which at this time, are wait listed. We want to ensure that youth from every lodge in the country are able to be a part of NOAC 2015. We ask each lodge to critically analyze its reservations. If you can give back a handful of spaces (even one makes a difference!) this will impact the opportunity for real boys from another lodge to participate. Your generosity and goodwill are what makes Scouting an amazing organization. · Managing Payments: In a breakfast of ham and eggs, the chicken is involved but the pig is committed. Lodges should actively collect conference fees so that they are not adding unnecessary financial stress upon their council when we charge the initial deposit or the next set of payments on February 1 and May31. Scout Executives should work with the lodge to make sure the financial obligations will be met appropriately. Please be diligent in your financial accountability. · Recruitment and the Wait List: We know that some of you are continuing to recruit to fill additional attendee slots. At this point we expect that we will be unable to meet the full demand on the wait list, even with the best efforts to expand bed space. If you have not added a request to the wait list, it is important you do so, as the wait list will close on October 10th, 2014. Following the close of the wait list we will be better able to address the full scope of lodge needs. We will provide you with an update in the next two weeks; and thank you for your continued partnership and support. All of us are volunteers working to have the best possible outcome available to the greatest number of people. Your flexibility, understanding, patience, and, ultimately, leadership are critical during this time. Thank you for all you do, for who you are, and for what you provide for the Scouts and Scouters in your local council.Believe me,we all want you and your Arrowmen to come to NOAC 2015 as much as YOU do!
Mon, Oct 06, 2014
Source: Kanwa tho Lodge Facebook Page
Kanwa tho has reserved 40 slots for NOAC. There is a possibility of getting more, but no guarantee. Watch your mail in the coming days for information on claiming one of those 40 slots. of the Arrow - Boy Scouts of AmericaWe have had tremendous interest in NOAC 2015 and are excited about what will prove to be our largest conference in our 100 years. To put this in context, we currently have 50% more participants and staff registered than our largest conference ever. We had planned on opening the registration site on October 1st to allow lodges to add additional participants to their contingents. Unfortunately, due to overwhelming demand we have reached our capacity to accept additions to existing contingent registrations at this time. We understand that lodges would like to add participants to their contingents and have developed a “waitlist” to enable lodges to request these additional spots. Here is how we'll move forward:If a lodge would like to be placed on the waitlist, please send an email to with the following information (please be realistic on all numbers): Council name and number, number of additional YOUTH spots needed, number of additional ADULT spots needed, and contact name and email address. Councils that have not yet registered will be contacted in the coming days to discuss their contingent needs and will be asked to make a commitment at that time.We are working on additional housing to accommodate more participants. This will take some time. We appreciate everyone's patience.Michael HoffmanVice Chairman, National Events
Thu, Oct 02, 2014
Source: Kanwa tho Lodge Facebook Page
Your lodge chief, lodge adviser, and finance adviser at the OA Section C-7 Fall Council of Chiefs meeting. And Marvin too.'Everyday Leadership, Everyday Service' - Fall COC 2014With Bob Farrell.
Sun, Sep 28, 2014
Source: Kanwa tho Lodge Facebook Page