#PRISM

Back in June 2016, 7 brothers from Octoraro 22 traveled to Summit Bechtel Reserve to enjoy the relatively new high adventure base, provide some service to the camp, and rededicate themselves to the high ordeals of the Order.  Here is a sampling of pics from the event!

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Trail Crew Weekend

AN URGENT CALL FOR VITAL SERVICE!

Octoraro 22 will be hosting a trail crew day this weekend (3/12-13) at Camp Horseshoe! Any and all help during the weekend is appreciated! We will meet at 9 am at the HQ building and lunch will be provided.

We are repairing our bridge and fire circle and need Arrowmen to help move material, do trail work, and cut wood (certified chainsaw operators w/ chainsaws).

This impacts the entire lodge, as we will finally be reopening our nationally-renowned lodge circle for ceremonial use in April. 

Be part of the crew that “got it done”!

OA Fire Circle

#LEAD

Coming up in 2016, there is a unique opportunity to get some top-notch training from the section, regional and national leadership!

#LEAD is a training event being hosted by Sections NE-6A and NE-6B, featuring Arrowmen from all over the 8 lodges in the 2 sections – Kitatinny 5, Sasquesahanough 11, Nentico 12, Nentego 20, Octoraro 22, Wunita Gokhos 12, Guneukitschik 317 and Amangamek-Wipit 470.

The event will be on January 23rd, 2016 (weather date: January 30th) at the Carroll County Community College (click here for directions).

The event cost is FREE to the first 50 Arrowmen who signup. For those who want to travel by bus with the contingent, there is a $15 fee per person. Information about bus travel is in the registration link below.

Register here!

Below are the listing of the various tracks that you can attend when you register (click READ MORE):  There is something for everyone!

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Trail Crew

Brothers,

There will be a Trail Crew event on November 14th at Goat Hill (adjacent to camp property).

Those who want to participate should meet at 8:45 at Camp Horseshoe HQ and we will be working on the trails at Goat Hill from 9 am to 3 pm.

Equipment and lunch will be provided, though be sure to dress warmly with long pants.