2014 Fall Fellowship

This year's Fall Fellowship 
is planning on being an epic event, but you knew that. 

2014 Fall Fellowship
- October 24-26, 2014 -
At Camp Stigwandish


There are many aspects, functions, and activities that will take place at this year’s Fall Fellowship. 

 Lodge Annual Meeting; Including Lodge Officer Elections and any other business of the Lodge. 

Lodge Officer Elections: Every year, at Fall Fellowship, the Lodge Elected Officers are voted/elected by the youth members of the Lodge. Any Arrowmen, under the age of 21 for the entire term, is eligible to run as a Lodge Officer. Any youth can run for more than one office, however can only be elected into one office. Only those under the Age of 21 can vote at the time of the Election. The Election will take place during the Lodge Annual Meeting which will happen immediately after Dinner on Saturday. 

All those interested in running for an office must complete a

The current Elected Officers are Lodge:
Chief, Executive Vice Chief, Secretary, Treasurer, Neatoka Chapter Chief, Stigwandish Chapter Chief, Tapawingo Chapter Chief, T’Sisgoli Ama Chapter Chief, V.C. Camping-Service, V.C. Communications, V.C. Membership, V.C. Native American Heritage.

Other Lodge Business:
Current Wapashuwi Lodge #56 Bylaws

Brotherhood Ceremony: for those eligible and willing to move forward in their journey in the Order
Those Arrowmen who have served their unit and retained their registration in scouting for a period of at least 10 months as an Ordeal Member, can further their membership in the Order by becoming a Brotherhood Member. So if you are an Ordeal Member, from 2012, or farther back, you are eligible for this opportunity. Information for Brotherhood Candidates, including what is expected, can be found at:

  OA Troop Representative & Adviser (Asst. Scoutmaster/Asst. Coach Designee) Training

The OATR is an official leadership position, and scouts can earn time towards their leadership rank requirements. To effectively represent your troop as the OATR, you must be approved by your troop, and attend a Wapashuwi Lodge training on the OATR program. This is also available for the OATRA. Upon completing the training, you will receive a special "Trained" patch to be put on the uniform below the OATR/OATRA position patch. More information about the OATR program can be found at our under the “OA Troop Representative” page.

  Native American Seminar: singing/drumming and dancing
Seminars on  different styles of Native American drumming/singing and dancing. Bring your own beads, regalia ideas, etc. or if you are new and getting started, supplies will be provided.

  The Games: Outplay the other Chapters to win a prize and bragging rights for the whole year!

If you like games, there will be something for you! We suggest you try a bit of everything, but you can
play video games, sports, card games, board games, and even compete in some game shows. More details will be provided via our website* and email. There will be a costume contest during the weekend for any appropriate game-themed (be it board, card, field, video, or show) costume.

  And so much more..