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Chapter Leadership Summit

Order of the Arrow

Southern Region, Section 7B

 

 

Every Chapter & Lodge Leader Trained in 2014!

 

 

Date: October 24-25, 2014

Online registration closes: October 17, 2014

Time: 8:00 PM- 9:00 PM Check-in; Sessions begin at 9:00 PM Friday. Sessions will run until 4:00 PM Saturday

 

Cost: $15.00 includes all meals, materials and patch

 

Registration website: http://tiny.cc/tnaujx

 

Participants should bring a tent and sleeping gear, a laptop computer if they have one and be prepared to wear their scout uniform with sash. If you have a wifi hotspot you will need it. CPAP users bring a long extension cord or a battery set up.

Open to all arrowmen, the focus will be on chapter chiefs, vice-chiefs, advisers and will now feature special training for OA Troop Representatives, OA Assistant Scoutmasters. We will now feature a Trainer Development Program (a Train the Trainer) to support lodges efforts to help trainers to become better and to assist chapters back home. Lodge level Vice-Chiefs, committee chairs and advisers are also welcomed and encouraged to take part in this new program.

Participants can sign up for:

A) Year 1 Program (to include all chapter level leaders, OA Troop Representatives and OA Assistant Scoutmasters)

 

OR

 

B) Trainer Development Program (to include anyone who has taken CLS before, all  Lodge level vice-chiefs or lodge level committee chairpersons, and or advisers and chapter advisers).

 

FAQ's: Chapter Leadership Summit and Trainer Development FAQ 2014.docx

 

Map of Camp Tuscarora: Camp Tuscarora Map, 2014.pdf

Map directions to Camp Tuscarora: Directions_Camp_Tuscarora 2014.pdf

 

Introducing the 2014 CLS and Trainer Development Staff

Kenneth Erickson- Chairman

Taylor Bobrow

Andrew Gannon

Larry Lane

Travis Broadhurst

Andrew Tucker

Kyle Bisbee

Travis Gentry- Adviser

Art Bisbee

Larry Warlick

Jason Price

Andrew Erickson

Section AIA Committee- (special training sessions on Indian Affairs)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Updated 10-2-13 10:41 PM

 

 

Chapter Leadership Summit

Order of the Arrow

Southern Region, Section 7B

 

 

Striving for 100% Chapter Participation in 2013!

One person from each chapter in our Section.

 

Register Here

Online Registration: http://ocscouts.doubleknot.com/event/2013-oa-sr7b-chapter-leadership-training/1408651

 

Registration Form (use after October 18): CLS Registration Form 2013.docx 

 

 Event Details 

Date and Basic Times: Friday,October 25 (on-site registration 7:00 to 8:45 PM, first session at 9:00 PM)- Saturday, October 26, 2013 (Finished by 4:00 PM)

 

Location: Camp Bowers 13165 NC Hwy 53 West, White Oak, NC 28399

     Map to Camp Bowers: http://www.canotka.org/downloads/Directions.pdf

     Map of Camp Bowers: http://www.capefearcouncilbsa.org/images/stories/pdfs/color%20map%20updated.GIF

 

  

Program Emphasis: Chapter Chief and Chapter Adviser Training. Designed to assist a chapter chief  or adviser to develop skills needed to be a successful chapter leader. Breakout sessions for youth and adults will be offered as well as joint chapter planning time. There will also be a program for 2 term chapter chiefs and advisers- a more advanced course that helps build chapter program continuation and retention.

 

Training Staff: Will be made up of the best trainers youth and adult all over the state and nation.

 

     Special guest trainers this year will be:

National Chief Matt Brown Matt Brown, National Chief

 

 Brad Torpey, Southern Region Chief
               

 

     Staff Leaders: Dustin Cocklereece, Chairman and Travis Gentry, Adviser.

 

Special Features: The program will feature the best available hands-on training and will help focus the chapter leadership on the things that matter most to your chapter.

 

 

Online Registration: http://ocscouts.doubleknot.com/event/2013-oa-sr7b-chapter-leadership-training/1408651 

 

Registration Form (use after October 18): CLS Registration Form 2013.docx

 

 

Fee: $15.00 Registration, includes camping arrangements, food, patch, program supplies and recognition

 

Deadline: Friday, October 18, 2013. Please register on-line and tell your friends to do so as well.

 

Limit: 100 participants, first come, first served

 

What to Bring: Tent, Sleeping bag, personal gear, toiletries, rain gear, hiking boots, Class A uniform with sash, pencil and notepad- laptop or web browsing devise.If you have a Verizon hotspot please bring this with you or borrow one- the access is limited in this camp.

 

Camping Facilities: Parking is centralized, but the campsites are adjacent to the parking lot. Campsites are near a hot water shower and nearby to the training facility. The training will take place at a first class training facility, a comfortable venue suitable for youth and adults with classroom space and large open areas. Come enjoy the weekend. Electricity will be available in the campsite for those who need it for medical conditions, please ask at registration about these accommodations.

 

For more information:  Travis Gentry at 336-816-8110 or travisgentry118@gmail.com

  

Emergency Contact: Travis Gentry, Summit Staff 336-816-8110 or travisgentry118@gmail.com

 

 

Directions to Camp Bowers

 

FROM I-95 SOUTH

 Travel I-95 South until you reach Exit 49, get off at this exit, and turn onto NC 53 East.  Travel 17.6 miles to Camp Bowers on your right.  You will see a road sign announcing the entrance just before reaching it.

 

FROM I-95 NORTH

 Same as for I-95 South.  However, you it is shorter traveling a route through Lumberton on back roads to camp.

 

FROM US 74 EAST AND WEST

 Travel US74 until you reach I-95 near Lumberton.  Enter I-95 (this will be Exit 14), and travel 6 miles until you reach Exit 20.  Get off at Exit 20, turn right onto Roberts Avenue (NC 211), Travel 1.7 miles (7 stop lights after turning) until you reach Elizabethtown Road.  You will pass the Nissan dealership and an Italian restaurant called Zeno’s just before reaching this intersection.  Get in the left turn lane, turn left onto Elizabethtown Road (NC 41) and travel 4.3 miles to Tar Heel Road.  Look for Littlefield Middle School on your right just before reaching Tar Heel Road.  Turn left on Tar Heel Road and travel 9.2 miles to the town of Tar Heel.  At the intersection of Tar Heel Road and NC 87, continue straight for 1.6 miles, crossing the steel bridge over the Cape Fear River, to the next intersection at River Road.  Turn right on River Road and travel 4.4 miles to NC 53.  Turn left on NC 53 and Camp Bowers is 2.9 miles on your left.

 

FROM NC 211 WEST

 Travel into Lumberton on NC 211 until it becomes Roberts Avenue, cross I-95 at Exit 20, and follow the same directions as above.

 

GPS COORDINATES TO CAMP ENTRANCE:  34°N x 47.00’ x 17.03”

                                                                             78°W x 43.00” x 3.49”

 

PHYSICAL ADDRESS OF CAMP BOWERS:  13165 E NC 53 HWY

 

New to CLS in 2013

Technology ideas for chapter leaders offered in nearly every session.

All new Indian Affairs session for starting Team Dance, Team Singing, Ceremonies Teams and Individual Dancing!

 

 

 Resource Area

 

Leadership Links

Chapter Meeting Ideas: http://oa-bsa.org/resources/chapter/

Chapter Operations Guide 2012 Update: COG-2012.pdf  

 

Journey To Excellence (JTE) Links

JTE Guidebook (2012 Update): http://www.oa-bsa.org/resources/pubs/jteguide-2012.pdf

JTE Overview and Links: http://www.oa-bsa.org/annc/g11/jte/

 

Elections Links

Sample Unit Elections Guidebook (Vice-Chief of Elections and Camping Promotions):  VCECP Manual 2012.pdf

 

  Indian Affairs Links

Indian Affairs and Ceremonies (ceremonial scripts and cross over scripts): http://aia118.pbworks.com/w/page/58652512/AIA118

 

Unit Leadership Links

OA Troop Representative Program: http://www.oa-bsa.org/programs/ttr/

OA Assistant Scoutmaster information and best methods: http://www.oa-bsa.org/resources/forms/unitexcellenceaward-2013.pdf

 

Communications and Promotions Links:

 

 

Program Information

 

Guidebooks 2013 We will have printed copy of these booklets for each staff member and participant.  

CLS Guidebook 2013 YEAR 1- Final.pdf

CLS Guidebook 2013 YEAR 2-Final.pdf

 

Weekend Master Schedule with Staffing

Master Schedule CLS 2013- 10-2-13- final.pdf

 

Training Syllabus Overview, Schedule with Staffing

CLS Syllabus with Schedule and Staffing Year ONE Program 10-2-13- final.pdf

CLS Syllabus with Schedule and Staffing Year TWO Program 10-2-13- final.pdf

 

 

Staff Information 2013

 

Staff Roster:

Dustin Cocklereece- Summit Chairman

Brad Torpey- Southern Region Chief

Matt Brown- National Chief

Jake Orr- Trainer

Hunter Day- Trainer

Tanner McFeeters- Trainer

Jason Price- Trainer

Kyle Bisbee- Trainer

Brandon McCann- Trainer

Larry Warlick- Trainer

Art Bisbee- Trainer

Mike Pavlovich- Physical Arrangements- Summit Adviser

Travis Gentry- Summit Adviser

 

 

 

 

 

 

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