- Bow Saw
- Circular Saw
- Cordless Drill
- Drill Bits
- Extension Cord (with ground)
- Pry Bar
- Rakes (leaf and garden)
- Safety Glasses
- Speed Square
- Tape Measure
Attending the Winter Service Weekend? Already looking for the list of what tools to bring? Below is the Busy Beavers Winter Service Weekend service project and tool list.
Please bring what you can from the following list:
Interested in joining the AIA Dance or Ceremonies Team? Here is a blurb from Mr. David Wilkinson:
The Wahunsenakah Lodge AIA (Dance Team & Singers) would like to invite and encourage ALL Ceremony Teams (Lodge or Chapter) to attend our monthly meetings. You can get some great expert guidance on regalia based on the tribal affiliation you are going to be portraying. The Lodge Chief has said that all Ceremony Teams need to be correct in their regalia and portrayal of the Native people. So let the AIA help.
Attending the 2019 World Jamboree? Help is needed on the Cafe USA crew. Please see the request from Mr. Morris below.
The USA Contingent Food House (Café USA) is in need of thirty (30) or more IST staff to serve in various roles. It will be situated on Action Point at the Summit Bechtel Scout Reserve, along with those of thirteen other National Scout Organizations. There will be a lot to do and many opportunities to share fun, experiences, and culture with Scouts from around the globe. Our young adults, active in the Order of the Arrow, are ideally situated for this cheerful service to others.
Questions and expressions of interest may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. As the Café USA coordinator, I’ll be glad to follow up with all that have sincere interest.
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