Today only, 3/3/2020, Dining For Dollars at Longhorn Steakhouse for the 2020 NOAC Contingent in Hampton, Newport News, and Virginia Beach. Click the button below to get your vouchers.
Register today for Winter Service Weekend, March 13 through 15! Click on the button below to sign up electronically. NOTE: The late fee becomes in effect March 8.
Friday, February 15 is YOUR last chance to enter to win the Supreme hammock in the picture above. All you have to do is click on the image or go to the Conclave 2020 page and sign up for CONCLAVE. It's that simple!!
We know Wahunsenakah has a TON of spirit, so let's show it on National Rubber Ducky Day. Post a picture, or two, of your rubber duck in your daily activities on Monday, January 13! Be sure to tag either our Instagram, @wahunsenakah_duck_333, or our Facebook, Wahunsenakah Lodge (our public page, not the Group), when you post your photo.
At the 2019 Summer Service Weekend, a Lodge Rules Amendments Committee met to update the Lodge Rules for 2019. At the November 2019 LEC, the LEC approved the amendments to be sent out to general membership for consultation. This is all per the current Lodge Rules amendment process described in the Lodge Rules. The link below directs to a google doc with the Lodge Rules, with all amendments as agreed upon by the LEC.
Please do not comment on this document. However, if you have an item you wish to be addressed, please send an email to myself (firstname.lastname@example.org). I will be taking emails until December 4. After this date, the Youth on the LEC will discuss any additional suggestions and make final adjustments to the Lodge Rules. The final version will be sent out December 11, 2019.
At the holiday banquet please make sure to find your way to the voting table, where Youth can vote for or against the amendments as a whole.
Wahunsenakah Lodge Chief
Resist the temptation to edit this document on your device! Please email Henry with your suggestions.
Are you an active Brotherhood member? Submit your application for the Honor Member Recognition program.
The requirements must be satisfied between December 1, 2018 and November 30, 2019!
To qualify, the completed form must be received at the Scout Service Center no later than November 30.
Scout Service Center: P.O. Box 12144, Newport News, VA 23612
This Thanksgiving, everyone has something for which they are thankful. In Wahunsenakah, a second blessing is the fact that our Lodge Engraving Team, because of their tenacity and travels, enables our Lodge Dues to be only $12!
Important note: Dues payed on or before November 30 are $12.
The late fee kicks in December 1, 2019. Lodge dues payed on or after December 1, 2019 are $14.
Mail-in dues must arrive at the Scout Office (the scout shop) on or before November 30!
Remember: Postmark date does not count!
Join us December 14th, from 4:00 - 8:00 PM, for the annual Holiday Banquet hosted by the Wicomoco Chapter at Newington Baptist Church in Gloucester.
Newington Baptist Church: 6169 Main Street, Gloucester, VA 23061. (Click HERE for Google Maps) .
Schedule of events:
4:00 - 5:30 PM: Gathering and social time
5:30 - 8:00 PM: Dinner and Program
Note: The online registration will be posted soon. The registration deadline is December 7, 2019. Mail-in registration must arrive at the scout office before December 7, 2019!
The new SR-7A Inductions and Ceremonies Summit, formerly called the SR-7A Ceremonies Weekend, needs your help. They need a logo that can be used on t-shirts, challenge coins, patches, and more!
ALL LEVELS OF ARTISTIC ABILITY ARE WELCOME. Just give us some idea of what you’re thinking
and our Talented Artists will translate your ideas into reality! Entries are due November 15.
Mark your calendars: join us for the first SR-7A Inductions and Ceremonies Summit at Camp T Brady Saunders, April 3-5, 2020.
Three news items from the American Indian Activities (AIA) committee:
1. "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." (Tommy Wilkinson, AIA Adult Adviser)
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