Leadership Development (LLD)
On Saturday, December 5th from 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm at the Atlanta Area Council Volunteer Service Center, our lodge will hold one of our final events of the centennial year: Lodge Leadership Development (LLD)! LLD offers engaging training for youth and adult Arrowmen in a variety of areas that enhance your leadership capacity in the OA and in Scouting as a whole. Additionally, our Egwa University program offers you the chance to earn your bachelor's degree in a variety of areas of the Lodge's function. Plus, if you earned your bachelor's degree at last year's LLD, you can be among the first to earn our brand new master's degree this year. Whether you're a new Arrowman looking to find your niche in our Order, or a longtime member, Lodge Leadership Development showcases the variety of programs the OA has to offer and leaves you with valuable lessons in leadership. No pre-registration is necessary for LLD, and registration opens up at 11:30 AM that day. Finally, stick around afterwards as we wrap up an extraordinary centennial year at our Lodge's Winter Banquet (pre-registration required, http://www.atlantabsa.org/event/1760837 ). Be sure to check back here for class listings and more information, and I hope to see you there!
Yours in Brotherhood,
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Registration is now open! Please register as soon as possible as housing will be assigned based on a first come, first served basis. (The heated cabin space is going quickly so REGISTER NOW!)
Click Here for Indian Winter information posted on the Section SR-9 website
Click Here for a Leader Guide and a tentative schedule.
Click Here for directions to Camp Thunder.
If you have any questions concerning Indian Winter, contact Ben Milner
It's not too late to get started! Click Here for more detailed information.
Commemorate our organization’s centennial by working to complete the Arrowman Service Award!
The purpose of the Arrowman Service Award (ASA) is to encourage Arrowmen to recommit themselves to the ideals of the Order, increase their level of service to their local unit and council, and participate in the 100th anniversary celebration of the OA. The award will have three categories of criteria with various requirements that Arrowmen can complete. These include components on personal growth, service to Scouting, and participation in the centennial celebration. Those completing the prescribed requirements will receive a patch that can be worn on the Order of the Arrow sash.
Questions? Contact Mac McKinley
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Last Updated 11/23/15