Kintecoying Lodge #4
Greater New York Councils
Please circulate the attached form to the youth membership of your lodge. This form should be used by all youth who wish to run for lodge office for the 2013-2014 lodge year. Elections will take place at the Day One Event on April 13, 2013 at Alpine Scout Camp.
Please note that all forms must be signed by the arrowman himself, his current lodge adviser, and his parent/guardian (if under 18yrs old).
All forms must be submitted to Colin Pinnavaia by March 31st. After March 31st, I will compile all of the forms and recirculate them to you so that youth members may review them prior to the election on the 13th.
Please feel free to contact Colin with any questions.
Kintecoying Lodge Officer Nomination Form
Come one Come ALL to the Aquehongian Lodge Annual
Saturday, January 26th, 2013
Berlin Lodge, Pouch Camp
8AM to 11 AM
ALL scouts and their families and friends are welcome.
The Famous Gazinski Pancakes will be served. See attached flyer.
SEE YOU THERE ON THE CHOW LINE !
DATE: January 8, 2013
Our Order of the Arrow transition team is excited to announce the new identity of the Greater New York Councils Order of the Arrow Lodge.
After considering the results of the online opinion poll conducted in December 2012, the members of the transition team voted to name the Greater New York Councils Order of the Arrow Lodge, Kintecoying Lodge #4 on January 6, 2013. Kintecoying is translated as “Crossroads of Nations”.
M E M O R A N D U M
TO: Lodge Chiefs and Lodge Advisers of Aquehongian, Man-A-Hattin, Ranachqua, Shu-Shu-Gah and Suanhacky Lodges
FROM: Charles E. Rosser, Scout Executive and Supreme Chief of the Fire
CC: Omer S. J. Williams, GNYC Camping Committee Chairman GNYC Board of Directors GNYC Staff Donald J. Cunningham, GNYC OA Five-Lodge Coordinator Colin R. Pinnavaia, Past Lodge Adviser, Shu-Shu-Gah Lodge David A. Borchard, Deputy Regional Director, Northeast Region Section NE-2B OA Key Three Northeast Region OA Key Three National OA Key Three
SUBJECT: Structure of the Order of the Arrow in the Greater New York Councils
DATE: August 30, 2012
After careful consideration over the course of many months, I have decided that combining the councils’ five Order of the Arrow lodges into a single lodge will allow the OA to better fulfill the Mission of the Lodge and the Purpose of the Order of the Arrow. The change will also result in a stronger program for the youth in GNYC and in closer alignment between the activities of the OA and the councils’ strategic priorities as set forth in the recently adopted Strategic Plan. Ultimately, I envision a combined lodge that rivals the best in the country and attracts the top leadership, both youth and adult, that the BSA has to offer.
For the complete memorandum, read here
If your Troop would like to have the members of the Order of the Arrow come down to your troop meeting to conduct an election, please contact John Perchiacca at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be conducting visitations until the end of April. NO ELECTIONS WILL BE HELD AFTER April 30th.
Come join the Order of the Arrow Aquehongian Lodge for a day of
Native American Crafts and Games.
On Saturday, March 10, 2012, Berlin Lodge, Pouch Camp
The fun starts at 10AM
This event is open to Cub and Boy Scouts and is FREE
So Please come join us as we explore Native American Heritage
Contact: John by 3/5 at email@example.com or 718-317-5130
2012 Native Amrican Workshop Flyer
Saturday, January 28th, 2012
Berlin Lodge, Pouch Camp
8Am to 11 AM
Friends and Family Welcome
January 25, 2012
Castleton Moravian Church
1657 Victory Blvd, SI, NY, 10314
(entrance on Hodges Place)
Please contact Camporee Chief Michael Feminella at firstname.lastname@example.org or (917) 705-1621 with any questions.