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There are still a few spots left if anyone would like to apply to serve as staff at the 2014 Winter Camp. This is an excellent oppurtunity for service as long as you'rew willing to get a little chilly. But it isn't that bad once you get the Fire of Cheerfulness burning inside of you. Applications can be found here.

Winter Camp

The Wa-Hi-Nasa lodge has been putting on Winter Camp for over 10 years. See what all we did last year. This year we will find out... Are you tougher than a Boy Scout? Come be on the Winter Camp staff and join in the fun of kitchen, afternoon activities, evening activities, duty to god, trading post and many more. The only way this event happens is with YOUR help.

Apply for Winter Camp staff here.  

Winter Camp

Wa-Hi-Nasa Lodge is proud to serve the Middle Tennessee Council by hosting Winter Camp for the 9th consecutive year. The theme for 2011 is the Sportsboxwell-winter-camp-2011 Experience. Some of this year's activities will include flag football, dodge ball, and Volleyball tournaments as well as food you would enjoy at a sports event! New to Winter Camp in 2011, is the addition of extra time allotted in the afternoon for Merit Badges to be completed that require additional time and effort. This year we are planning to take a trip on the "Music City Star"  commuter train.

If you are a Wa-Hi-Nasa Lodge member you can apply for staff HERE

We are in the planning stages and it looks like we may be able to bus about 200 scouts (first-come basis) to Martha's Station located at Highway 109 and Highway 70 near Lebanon and ride the train into Nashville and back. Keeps your fingers crossed! Afternoon activities will focus on teambuilding

Read more: Winter Camp Staff

Winter Camp

Wa-Hi-Nasa Lodge is proud to provide the leadership and support for the Middle Tennessee Council's Winter Camp.  The next edition of Winter Camp will take place on December 27-31, 2012 at Boxwell Reservation.  Information on attending as a participant will be available at Boxwell summer camp and posted on the Middle Tennessee Council's website.  As always, Arrowmen of all ages are needed for all staff positions.  More information on how to sign up for Winter Camp staff will be available at lodge events or you can fill out an application HERE

A leaders guide can be downloaded HERE. 

See you at Winter Camp!

Winter Camp

Winter Camp Roundup

The 2008 edition of Winter Camp was a wild, wild, west of an experi-ence, with over 600 cowboy campers and 150 adults in attendance. It was staffed by 65 Ar-rowmen of the Wa-Hi-Nasa lodge. These Arrowmen worked with great intensity and showed what a brotherhood of cheer-ful service is all about.
The schedule for this year was packed from sun up to sun down. From afternoon games, like the bull ride and dodgeball, to evening pro-grams like the hoedown and a movie night; Winter Camp was a hoot and a hollar to experience.However, the fun activities were just a small part of each day. Morn-ing classes gave Scouts an opportu-nity to earn three merit badges. " It was a great way to earn some unique merit badges" said one Scoutmaster.
Winter Camp is a major service project from our lodge to benefit the council. The Lodge has agreed to take on the year-round planning and training requirements to reliably stage this event. Arrowmen are performing nearly every task needed to make this event a success. From doing the dishes to performing in the shows, Wa-Hi-Nasa members consistently earned high praise from both the council staff and participants.
See all of the pictures HERE and a slideshow of Winter Camp HERE
You too can be a part of the Winter Camp Staff experi-ence. Planning is already underway for the 2009 camp at Boxwell Reservation, De-cember 27-31. We hope to see you there!

Winter Camp

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