Maluhia Lodge Newsletter BOY SCOUTS OF AMERIC A MAUI COUNTY COUNCIL
MALUHIA LODGE #554 Volume 1 Issue 3
CONGRATULATIONS AND WELCOME NEW ARROWMEN!
Flag Ceremony Formation during 2011 Scout-O-Rama
Thanks to all the Arrowmen who were at the Council’s 2011 Scout -O-Rama. Your help and support made the event great and memorable for the rest of Maui County Council Scouts. This year we were able to use utilize a soda booth and raise money for the Lodge. We were able to make a total of $465!! Thank you once again to all the Arrowmen who made this possible.
Last month in April the Lodge put on an Ordeal Ceremony at Camp Maluhia. While there scouts participated in service projects and other activities pertaining to the Ordeal. A total of 7 scouts were inducted into the Order of the Arrow and are now new Arrowmen apart of our Lodge. That same weekend a Vigil Ceremony was held and the honor was bestowed upon our Lodge Chief, Nick Hertz. Congratulations Nick!
Conclave is Coming!
Other Stories: Lodge Flap Designs NEEDED! If you have not already heard yet, our Lodge has been considering a new design for our Lodge flap. The problem is we have no design. Design anything you want just make sure the design has the following in it: WWW, BSA or a fleur-de-lis, along with Maluhia Lodge. Turn designs in by next month (June).
New Brotherhood Members
Conclave is fast approaching this September 9-11! This years conclave will be on Kauai hosted by the Na Mokupuni O Lawelawe Lodge. Sign up soon on the Section W-6P website.
The Lodge finally hosted a Brotherhood ceremony and 6 Arrowmen went through it. Congratulations to Victor, Kahua, Jacy, Nash, Ryan and our Lodge Advisor Scott.
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MAY 4TH LODGE MEETING @ SCOUT OFFICE
MAY 30TH MEMORIAL DAY
JUNE 1ST LODGE MEETING @ SCOUT OFFICE
SUMMER CAMP JUNE 26TH— JULY 23RD
JULY & AUGUST: NO MEETINGS
Order of the Arrow Obligation I do hereby promise, on my honor as a Scout, that I will always and faithfully observe and preserve the traditions of the Order of the Arrow, Wimachtendienk, Wingolauchsik, Witahemui. I will always regard the ties of brotherhood in the Order of the Arrow as lasting, and will seek to preserve a cheerful spirit, even in the midst of irksome tasks and weighty responsibilities, and will endeavor, so far as in my power lies, to be unselfish in service and devotion to the welfare of others.