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:

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

 

Questions? Please contact:

Kyle Kaczmarek – Chapter Advisor

Kylekaczmarek04@gmail.com

Ryan Laffin – Chapter Chief

email unlisted

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.


Earlier
Three Harbors Council Accepts Camping Task Force Recommendations Enhanced Programs Eyed for Southern Properties; 2015 to be Last Year for Camping at Northern Sites After extensive review of demographics, camping property conditions, camp program financials, national trends and camping programs, the council camping task force made two recommendations to the Three Harbors Council's Executive Board: 1) ceasing camping programs at the northern properties and 2) maintaining the southern camp operations while exploring ways to enhance program at those two locations. As a part of the process, the task force visited a number of other camps located in the Northwoods of Wisconsin. Council Scout Executive/CEO Ed Brandon stressed that camping and summer camp in particular is still a vital part of the Boy Scout program. Boys will continue to have access to high quality camping. While this decision was in no way based on immediate financial strain, Brandon indicated the council's Executive Board has a fiduciary responsibility to ensure a financially sustainable program for the future of the council and noted that these changes will help realize that sustainability. To see more on this visit www.ThreeHarborsScouting.org/ImagineAdventure
Wed, Jan 21, 2015
Source: Kanwa tho Lodge Facebook Page