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East Carolina Council, Kinston, NC

2015 MSU Delegate Set Released

2015 MSU Delegate Set Released Croatan Lodge will be sending a large delegation to the 2015 NOAC at Michigan State University. We will celebrate our heritage by incorporating many themes from Lodge Patches from the past. This will be a 5 piece set which will include a Center Patch and an East Carolina Council CSP. One unique aspect of the …Read More

Croatan Lodge Conclave Flap

Croatan Lodge Conclave Flap Croatan Lodge will be celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the OA with a Birthday Party Theme at Conclave.  There will 1000 Flaps in circulation.  They will go on sale at the March Ordeal.   Wayne Miller Croatan Lodge Patch Advisor

Croatan Lodge 117 Fall Fellowship Report

Croatan Lodge 117 Fall Fellowship Report Fall Fellowship was held October 17-19th at Camp Boddie. Our youth members competed in Volleyball, Quest, Ceremonies, and Dancing. We also held our elections and voted on the new officers for 2015, which were installed at the Lodge Banquet in November. We also began working on the plans to host the 2016 SR7B Conclave. Submitted …Read More

Croatan Fundraiser Flaps For A Reverent Cause

Croatan Fundraiser Flaps For A Reverent Cause At the recent Ordeal, Croatan Lodge issued two Fundraiser Flaps to raise money to build a new Chapel. The Chapel at Camp Boddie was destroyed a couple years ago in a Hurricane. There are two issues. There are 200 Flaps with a Purple Mylar Border and there are 500 Flaps with a standard Purple Border. …Read More

Croatan Lodge 117 History – the 1960’s

Croatan Lodge 117 History – the 1960’s The 1960’s saw increased Lodge activity. Woody Harrison, from Wilson, was elected Lodge Chief in 1960. Dick Auger served as the Lodge Staff Adviser from 1960 until 1963. The first Lodge flap was issued in this year with the restriction of one per life. as well. The first Lodge Newsletter, “Smoke Trails”, was started. This …Read More

Croatan 117: Pirates of the Pamlico 2014 Cardinal Conclave

Croatan 117: Pirates of the Pamlico 2014 Cardinal Conclave For Conclave 2014, Croatan Lodge used the theme:  “Pirates of the Pamlico.”  Therefore our flap was of a Pirate Theme.   There were 1000 Flaps issued, beginning with the March Ordeal.  To this point, there are still flaps available.  In addition, each attending Delegate was given Two Dangles, the design being a Treasure Chest.  There were 475 available, …Read More

Croatan Lodge 117 Service Flap Changes

Croatan Lodge 117 Service Flap Changes At the 2013 Fall Fellowship, the Lodge youth voted to approve an amendment to the Lodge By-Laws regarding the Service Flap (Red Border Attached). Croatan will no longer be using Service Hours for eligibility to purchase a Flap. To eliminate the uncertainty and validity of Service Cards, Croatan will now have a Single Lodge Flap …Read More

Croatan Lodge 117 History – the 1950’s

Less is known about Lodge leadership and activities during the 1950’s. Stratton Murrell became Lodge Chief in 1950. He led some members of the Lodge on an exciting 200-mile canoe trip down the Tar River. In 1952 Jack Mentus took over the position of Lodge Chief. He served on the Camp Charles staff for a …Read More

Croatan Lodge 117 History – the 1940’s

Croatan Lodge 117 History – the 1940’s One Lodge member attended the 13th National Lodge Meeting In 1940 held at Camp Twin Echo in Ligonier, Pennsylvania. 615 Arrowmen attended representing 64 Lodges celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Order. The North Carolina Lodges were assigned to the Area H designation. The Area was changed to I in 1942. Camp Charles opened again …Read More

Croatan Lodge 117 History – the 1930’s

Croatan Lodge 117 History – the 1930’s In February of 1937 Council Executive John J. Sigwald, Assistant Scout Executive George Thomason, and the Council President Mr. F.C. Harding from Greenville, attended the annual regional meeting in Columbia, South Carolina. At this meeting a session on the Order of the Arrow was held by E. Urner Goodman. Following the meeting the councilmen discussed …Read More

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