Congrats to those selected for the Bronze Buffalo award for their service to the Kittakima Chapter.
From L to R: Bill Wylie, Chris McManus, Cameron Cranford and Jack Shubert.
Congrats to our newly elected 2016 Chapter Leadership.
From L to R: Che Wylie, Matthew Gillett, Chris McManus and Jack Shubert.
Congratulations to the newest Brotherhood Members in the Kittakima Chapter
Cameron Cranford – Troop 168
Jack Shubert – Troop 168
David Brickman – Troop 168
Spencer Hardwick – Troop 168
Parker Jenkins – Troop 168
William Bryant – Troop 168
Chris McManus – Troop 168
Douglas Tapp – Troop 201
Chris Cleburn – Troop 201
James Tapp – Troop 201
Jay Ortiz – Troop 201
Oscaar Kabrick – Troop 201
Jack Franklin – Troop 55
Ethan Noble – Troop 55
John Schumacher – Troop 68
Mark Matalik – Troop 68
The Kittakima Chapter of the Order of the Arrow (OA) will be offering crossover ceremonies for Webelos “graduating” to Boy Scout Troops in the Baden-Powell District. The crossover ceremonies are traditionally performed at the Pack’s Blue and Gold Banquet during the month of February.
The Ceremony is just a Crossover Ceremony. A separate Arrow of Light Ceremony will need to be performed by the Pack where the Webelos Scout is a member.
In the past the OA Ceremony Team would attend the entire Blue and Gold Banquet. Out of respect for the time of the Scouts that perform the ceremony we will now arrive 30 minutes before the crossover is scheduled to start and leave immediately following the ceremony.
To request a crossover team at your Blue & Gold or Pack meeting please complete the online form at https://kittakimaoa.wordpress.com/crossover/.
We will have our annual Chapter Banquet and awards on December 19th at 6:30pm at Johnnie’s Charcoal Broiler on Britton Rd east of May. We will hold our Chapter elections at that time. The youth Arrowmen of the Chapter will be electing our leadership for 2015.
Everyone will be responsible for purchasing their own dinner at Johnnie’s and if they allow it we will have dessert for everyone.
Please make plans to attend. This is a uniformed event and everyone should wear their sash as well.