W3S Conclave Registration will be open until April
25-27, 2014, Camp McConnell in Livingston
(just up the 99) is the place to be. Tah-Heetch will
be offering an incentive to get registered early.
Here is the link to the section page:
Trading Post items have been added, and you can add
to your order at a later date after you register.
The Lodge goal is to bring at least 80 arrowmen! This
will be a $25 conclave (say what?!!)
So, be there or be square!
Update (4/15/14): Lodge registration is now over 53!!
The cost just went up $5, but it is still a historic
low and you can still get the $10 rebate from the
lodge! Get registered today! Dont't wait until April
20th, when the price goes up to $50!
for 2014 Should be Paid by 12-31
All past and present
members of the OA should pay their dues for 2014 as
soon as possible.
They are still $12 (no price increase!)
You can also be an Early Falcon by paying $100 and
be paid and registered for all lodge events. The price
includes all patches including the big round issued
at our Fall Fellowship! (It is a $15 savings overall).
You can pay your dues at a Chapter meeting, Lodge
meeting, or at either the Fresno or Visalia Scout
Office. We will try to get a link up to pay online
Please help make sure others in your home unit get
paid up as well. Hoka Hey!
here to download dues registration form
John Boylan named Elangomat Adviser
Gary Murphy has
done an awesome job as the adult Elangomat Adviser
over the last several years. Recently, he stepped
down from that position. Jim Lyman, Lodge Adviser,
would like to announce that John Boylan is the new
adult to fill that spot.
Congratulations to John! If you are interested in
being an Elangomat (Clan Leader) for one of the new
incoming Ordeal Clans in the spring, please contact
John at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call him at 559-322-5966.
what to do for a great chapter meeting?
Take a look at what
the National OA Wensite has to offer. They have posted
many great ideas for chapter meetings and are continually
adding more to this page! click
here to go there
Hear the song ours was modeled on... while it is slow-paced,
it sounds very majestic. (click
Events Coming Up
Camp Pollock, Sacramento
CIHA is the California Indian Hobbyist Association.
They hold numerous events throughout the year with
many scouts as its members!!. Here is a list of events coming up for all of you
Native American enthusiasts:
Debbie Adams for info: 530-933-1631
16th Annual Modesto Junior College Intertribal Pow
MC- Tom Phillips
AD- Earl Neconie (Lead Gourd)
Northern Drum- All Nation Singers
Southern Drum- Red Buffalo
Head Elders- TBA
Head Woman- Lucha Diaz
Head Man- TBA
Head Teen Woman- Viviana Diaz
Head Teen Man- TBA
Head Girl- Madison Diaz
Head Boy- TBA
Tiny Tots- TBA
US Marine Honor Guard? TBA
May 3-4, 2014
30th Annual California Indian Market
Location: San Juan School Soccer field
The Alameda & Nyland Drive
San Juan Bautista, CA 95045
Hours: Sat. & Sun. 10am to 7pm
Award-winning Native American, Western,
and Wildlife Arts/Crafts/Food(Fry Bread & Indian
Performances by Ama Ka Tura Ohlone Dancers,
and Zipe Totec Aztec Drum & Dancers.
May 10th & 11th, 2014
21st Annual Mariposa Pow Wow
Gates open 10am
Gourd dancing 11am & 6pm Saturday,11am Sunday.
Grand Entry 12pm & 7pm Saturday, 12pm Sunday
Mariposa Fairgrounds, Mariposa, CA 95338
2014 Head Staff: TBA
Committee Specials: Wannabi Dance, Potato Dance, Hand
Admission:$1 Children & Elders $3Adults
Open to the Public
Free Camping in Designated areas only!
Contest Pow Wow
No Pets Allowed!
Native Arts & Crafts
43rd Annual Stanford Powwow
Palo Alto, CA
see their web page for more info
Table Mountain Powwow
Table Mountain, Friant, CA
$50,000 in Cash Prizes!
Golden Age, Adult, Teen & Junior Categories (Dance
Women’s Northern/Southern Traditional Dance and Chicken
Valley’s Leading Pow-wow!
Free Admission/Open to the public
Please bring own chair
No Pets, Drugs, or Alcohol Allowed!
Dancers & Drummers Welcome, Arts & Crafts
more information call:
Daytime Phone 559-822-2890
Evening Phone 559-284-4701
To contact the Webmaster to add information or to
make an inquiry,
2015 - BE A PART OF HISTORY!
wants you for NOAC 2015!
What a great time to be an arrowman... to be able
to be at the National Conference (like a Jamboree
for OA) for our 100th year! You can be all the stops
will be pulled. Special red sashes for all participants
are already on the menu.
You can get in on it by filling out the form below
and handing it in or mailing it to Jim Lyman, the
Lodge Adviser, as soon as possible. By planning for
it now, you can make it easy to go financially. The
lodge will also kick in some significant support.
There are now over 43 people signed up
to attend NOAC that have paid their $50 deposit, with
another 10 committed to go...that's over 50!! The
lodge has raised over $7000 to assist youth costs,
with much more fundraising to come! There
is no reason in the world not to attend...even if
you think you cannot afford it! Speak with
Lodge Adviser, Jim Lyman, about scholarship opportunities
if you are financially strapped. email him at email@example.com
2015 Lodge Registration Form
You an Honor Scout?
might be! Open the pdf file and see if you meet the
requirements. If so, submit the form to
the Lodge VC of Admin by January 15 and
pay the $2.50 for the pin. Our Lodge Cheif is creating
a Goodle Docs form that can be filled out on-line
for this. Check the Lodge 195 Facebook page frequently
to see when it is available.
It goes on the bottom part of the flap. You can earn
one each year! Now, you can
submit this online through the link below!
the Service Flap
sure to log your hours of service within the council,
lodge, and community! You can earn up to 2 flaps each
year (1 for every 40 hours of service). This also
helps us more accurately track service that our lodge
as a whole provides. Service hours run January 1-December
31. Your service log must be turned into
the Lodge VC of Admin by January 15.
Check out the on-line submission form at the Lodge
195 Facebook site, or click on the link below to submit
the service flap log form
maroon border service flap to recognize arrowmen
who serve will be available to any arrowmen who put in 40 hours of combined service to
the council and their community. A broad range of
service qualifies, however you cannot double count
rank service projects or Tribe of Chawanakee service. Click
here to view the requirments
and see who can sign off. Up to 2 of these flaps may
be earned in a year.
makes JTE Gold Again!
For the 2nd year in
a row, Tah-Heetch has made Journey to Excellent GOLD
Thanks to our LEC and advisers, all of our new Brotherhood
members, and of course, all of our members for renewing
your dues! We ended with 270 members.
intoi 2014 with Year of the Lodge, preparations for
the Order's 100th birthday and NOAC 2015, as well
as...the lodge's 20th year of service, we should be
able to continue to Journey to GOLD!
at the Latest Lim-Ik's Call
the latest Lodge newsletter Previous
LEC for 2014
to the following youth in their new positions as the
leadership for Tah-Heetch Lodge for 2014!
Lodge Chief - Kyle Jue
VC of Admin - Christian Wilson
VC of Inductions - Colby Budd
VC of Comm. - John Maxey
VC of Camping Promo - Zane Dufresne
VC of Finance - Andrew Walker
Let's give them our total support toward making Tah-Heetch
a gold level Journey to Excellence Lodge in 2014!
the complete calendar
3 , Lodge LEC meeting,
7pm, LDS Church in Selma
here for a map
11 &12, First Nations Powwow & Lodge Service
Weekend, Fresno State Campus,
O'Neil Park 2601 E. Barstow Ave. download
the Powwow/Service flyer here
25-26-27, Section W3S Conclave, Camp McConnell, Livingston,
here to go to the W3S website
to go to the W3S website
1 , Lodge LEC meeting,
7pm, LDS Church in Selma
here for a map
30-June 1 , Spring Ordeal and Lodge Conclave/Lodge
flyers coming soon...
Report Form .pdf file
Chapter Chiefs and Advisers, download yourLEC
and other communities have issued a call to volunteers
to fill voids left by the economy. In Fresno, every
Saturday,there is a single identified community project
that arrowmen, units, and chapters can get involved
Click on the link below for current and near future
projects in the Fresno area. We will post other links
for other communities as they become available.