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Arapaho Chapter 2013 Merit Badge College

Aug 22, 2012   //   by Graham Rosen   //   news  //  Comments Off on Arapaho Chapter 2013 Merit Badge College

Here are all the specifics about the 2013 Arapaho Chapter Merit Badge College. Come and have lots and lots of fun!

2013 Arapaho Chapter Merit Badge Day January 26

2 Sessions, $10 per session, $5 for lunch (Hot dogs, drink, and chips)

On-line registration coming soon. Stay tuned, so that the boys will get quality over quantity class size will be limited.

Morning Session: 9:00 AM to Noon

Indian Lore*   To meet all requirements; need to build some sort of Native American craft.

 We provide a craft kit for a payment of $10.

Weather

Citizenship in the Nation**

Salesmanship

Citizenship in the World**

Law (Both Sessions)

 

Lunch (12:00 to 1:00)

Fingerprinting

 

Afternoon Session: 1:00 to 4:00 PM

Law (Second Half)

Camping**

Citizenship in the Community**

Surveying

First Aid**

Home Repair

**Eagle required

Chapter Officer Elections

Aug 16, 2012   //   by Jim Slaughter   //   news  //  Comments Off on Chapter Officer Elections

If you would like to run for an officer position you must contact Mr.
Meeks before the October meeting.

Officer Elections will be held On October 9, 2012 during the Arapaho Chapter Meeting.

Note: All Youth OA members may run for any of these positions.

Officer positions:

  • Chapter Chief
  • Vice Chief of Inductions
  • Vice Chief of Camp Promotions
  • Vice Chief of Service
  • Vice Chief of Native American
  • Vice Chief of Administration
  • Vice Chief of Technology and Communication

Officer Descriptions:
Chapter Chief:  He is the leader of the Chapter.  He supervises and delegates the work
of the other chapter officers.  He attends all meetings with the lodge and with the
district.  He is in charge of keeping up with honor chapter requirements.

Vice Chief of Inductions:  Participates in and promotes chapter attendance at of all Induction Weekends.

Vice Chief of Camp Promotions: Promotes Circle 10 Council Camps, Summer Camps, and Winter Camp to troops and OA members within the district and chapter.  Keeps track of where troops within Northern Trail District are attending summer camp.

Vice Chief of Service:  He is in charge of promoting service projects and keeping track of service hours.

Vice Chief of Native American:  He is in charge of coordinating ceremony teams, including Brotherhood, Ordeal, Call-out, and Arrow of Light.  He is also in responsible for keeping regalia clean and participating in ceremonies.

Vice Chief of Administration:  Maintains and updates the chapter records and operates registration at all chapter events.  He is responsible for the trading post, and setting up sign-in sheets at every chapter meeting and event.

Vice Chief of Technology and Communications:  He is the managing editor of the Arapaho Chapter email newsletter.  He also coordinates with the webmaster regarding content on the chapter webpage and social media sites.

New Chapter, New Website

Dec 1, 2011   //   by Jim Slaughter   //   news  //  Comments Off on New Chapter, New Website

Welcome to the new website for the newly formed Arapaho Chapter.  Arapaho is one of the three pieces of the former Yanush Chapter after Circle 10 announced a council-wide redistricting plan.  Our chapter covers all of the Richardson Independent School District and some parts of Lake Highlands.  For more info about the plan, please visit Circle 10’s website.

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