We're back with the most exciting Chatter yet!

Lodge Chief Message

Proactive individuals are the future of the Lodge leadership. Elections for Lodge positions are coming soon and we need those who are willing to extend themselves toward responsibility - and seeing as you are reading this article, that person could be you! If this sounds intriguing, or if it sounds interesting to have the opportunity to vote in our new Lodge leadership candidates to office, then come to Fall Fellowship. Fall Fellowship is Tahosa Lodge’s fun and games weekend during the year. We play games during the day. Then, in the afternoon, we elect the new leadership for 2019. The best part this year is that the event is in Stapleton, not far from downtown Denver. So, it is easy to go and experience what Lodge fellowship means. To sign up, go to the link at the bottom of this article.

Recently, we had our last Cony Party of the year located at a new location for the Lodge: Magness Adventure Camp. It was a blast. Furthermore, the projects that happened were absolutely fantastic and productive. The trail going down to the shooting ranges look wonderful and the amount of trees that were cut down are amazing! We are grateful for all of the OA candidates that helped out, all of the Brotherhood candidates, and all of the staff of course.

Cuboree was a blast to the wild wild west with around five hundred participants this year. It was great to see the arrowmen who came out to help with cuboree this year and hopefully for years to come. Thank you to all those who made this event unforgettable.

Overall, we hope that you can join us in Fall Fellowship, our next event. If you are interested, please see below!

Thank you,

Phillip Alvarez

2018 Lodge Chief 


Link to signups/website: www.tahosalodge.org

My contact: lodgechief@tahosalodge.org

NLS / DYLC - National Training Events 10/12 to 10/14

The National Leadership Seminar (NLS) is a weekend training program focusing on leadership development. Run by the Region Chief and his Advisers, it provides an in-depth look at leadership skills and techniques. An NLS discusses how these skills can be applied in your role in the OA and in other aspects of your life. The National Leadership Seminar is a weekend conference on the skills and attributes of leadership. It is intended primarily to enhance the leadership skills of the Order of the Arrow’s key youth and adult members as they seek to improve their services to the Boy Scouts of America and the greater community. Near the end of the seminar, participants make a contract with themselves to apply the skills studied in the seminar on projects in their lodge, council, and community.

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2018 Fall Fellowship

2018 Fall Fellowship is Saturday, October 20.

This year's theme is the Tahosa Cony Olympics. We are changing things up because PV is closed for renovation. We are moving Fall Fellowship to the Stapleton Conservatory Green in Denver. Come join us for a day of chapter competitions, officer elections, food, fellowship, and fun. 

Registration is now open don't delay register today. 

Register Here

Lodge Annual Membership Meeting

Come join us Saturday, November 3 for the first-ever Lodge Annual Members Meeting. The day gets started with a year in review look back on 2018 in Tahosa Lodge. Then join us at one of our many spark sessions on topics such as Arrowhead Trial, National Events, OA Service Corp, Patches, Leadership and more. The event is free and lunch is included!

Registration is now open. 

Register Here

Cub-O-Ree In Review

Congratulations guys we've just completed our second Cuboree and it was a huge success. We had more than 550 participants come by and had over 60 amazing staff members devote their weekend to making sure this event was as fantastic as it could be. By getting these cub scouts and their families out to camp we are helping to ensure that there will be boy scouts in the future who will likewise be willing to give back to their own communities as well as the scouting program. Cuboree may just be one weekend a year but the impact has on the scouting community within the Denver Area Council is massive. A big thank you goes out to all staff that helped out be it for the entire campout or just a few hours here or there, it is thanks to you that we as a lodge were and will be able to host such fantastic event.

Yours in Service,

Nicholas Dawson

Vice-Chief of Service and Activities

Medicine Bear Update

Hello fellow Arrowmen

At Medicine Bear's last meeting we had a pie eating competition and Brotherhood training.

Our next chapter meeting is going to be our annual election.Please come join us.

When: Thursday October 11th. 

Where: 3935 W 73rd Ave, Westminster, CO from 6:30pm-8:00pm

Bring $5 for pizza.

Thank you,

Paul Alvarez

2018 Event Calendar

Visit the 2018 Event Calendar

Membership Requirement

We want to send out a reminder that in order to be a member of our lodge, you must have a current, valid BSA registration. If you have aged out of your troop or you are an adult that has moved on to bigger and better challenges when your son aged out, it is likely that you are not being automatically re-registered with that troop. We want you to follow up with your troop, district or council committee to make sure you are currently registered with the BSA.  

Particularly for the adults, we will be going through and doing an audit later this year to make sure that you are currently registered with the BSA. Please help us maintain our membership levels by following up with your registration and also please keep current with your lodge dues.

If you have any questions or concerns, or need help getting re-registered, please contact our Lodge Adviser, Billy Reynolds or our Lodge Staff Adviser, Kevin J. Fox.    Contact info and links can be found at tahosalodge.org.

Pay Your Dues

All Arrowmen must pay annual dues to maintain their active membership in Tahosa Lodge. 2018 dues are $17. You must pay your dues to participate in lodge events. Wear the Flap, Pay the Dues.

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The Cony Chatter is Tahosa Lodge's monthly e-newsletter produced by the Tahosa Lodge Communications Group. We rely on your story ideas. You can submit your ideas online: tahosalodge.org/forms/ Or by emailing: conychatter@tahosalodge.org

We welcome your feedback or if you have questions, contact us: vccommunication@tahosalodge.org


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