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Meet the Adviser

Roy is a Vigil Honor member of Tsisqan Lodge. Prior to serving as Section Adviser, he served as Section Associate Adviser and Vigil Adviser for Tsisqan Lodge.

We took some time to ask Roy a few questions for members in the Section to get to know him better. 

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Meet the Chief

Jeremy Linch is a member of Wauna La-Mon’tay Lodge, an Assistant Scoutmaster of Troop 740, and founder of Crew 740. His previous elected roles in the OA have been the Thunderbird Chapter Chief for two terms, Lodge Program Vice Chief, and Section Vice Chief, along with numerous appointed chairmanships. He currently attends Portland State University where he is pursuing a double major in Business Administration and Spanish.

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Section W-1S News

Conclave Vice Chief Application

Love Conclave? Have ideas on how to make it better? Want a rewarding experience of leadership? If you answered yes to any of these questions being a Conclave Vice Chief might be for you. Our newly elected Section Chief, Jordan Jefferis, and his officers are looking for youth to help plan Conclave 2018. Please take a couple minutes and fill out the interest form.

https://bit.ly/2018CVCInterest

National Vice Chief Attending Conclave- Meet Talon Parker

Talon Parker | 2017 National Vice Chief

Talon’s hometown is Elm City, NC, and is an Eagle Scout and Vigil Honor member of Croatan Lodge and serves as an assistant Scoutmaster for Troop 752 in the East Carolina Council. Talon was previously the section chief of SR-7B. Talon studies nursing at Nash Community College. In his spare time, he enjoys boating, hunting, backpacking, and fishing. This past summer, he was a foreman for the OA Ocean Adventure program at the Florida Sea Base.

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Tsisqan Lodge’s Induction Weekends

Tsisqan Lodge held two very successful Induction weekends in 2017. Spring Induction was held in June at Camp Baker and Summer Induction was held in July at Camp Melakwa. For those that missed out, here is a recap. 

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Wauna La-Mon’tay’s Spring Induction Weekends

Wauna La-Mon’tay has held four spring induction weekends at council camps around their lodge. This year a little over 130 troops held elections and produced candidates, and so far 345 of them have gone through their induction weekend. This is about 60% of their 571 elected candidates. They have also had 78 members converted to the brotherhood honor level, during events, induction weekends or at summer camp. Great job Wauna La-Mon’tay keep up the good work!

New Website!

We have worked hard to bring you a new website that is more user and mobile friendly and contains everything that you need to stay in the loop with what is happening around the section. Make sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat @sectionw1s so you never miss any important updates and announcements.

If you have any questions, issues or suggestions about the website, please contact David Mudd at dmudd@sectionw1s.org