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Flap CollectionYou can own a one of a kind piece of Wa-Hi-Nasa history AND help send arrowmen on high adventure programs with this auction that ends February 6th. 

All proceeds from this sale will go into the Middle Tennessee Council's restricted endowment to fund scholarships for Arrowmen to attend OA national high adventure programs.

The collection includes all three Wa-Hi-Nasa 75th Anniversary limited edition lodge flaps, including the restricted specially detailed flap that sold in the lodge trading post for $75 and is no longer

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Lodge Chief

Brothers,It is hard to believe that this year is already half gone! However, our work has only just begun. We must continue through the rest of the year carrying on the exemplary name that the Wa-Hi-Nasa has made for itself, whether it be right here in the Middle Tennessee Council or across the nation.
For those who did not attend NOAC this year, the theme was “United, We Leave a Legacy”. As a lodge, we are leaving a legacy. One which was formed many years ago. The question we need to continually need to ask ourselves is, “Are we continuing to leave a legacy that represents who we are - a brotherhood of cheerful service?” I believe

Read more: Chiefly Speaking September 2012

Lodge Chief

Hello my name is TJ Luckett and I will be serving as your 2013 Lodge Chief. I am an Eagle Scout from Troop 1204 in Old Hickory, TN.  I am currently attending the University of Kentucky as a Sophomore studying Mining Engineering. I previously served as Vice Chief of Service where I planned, organized, and ran both the Spring and Fall Ordeal. I am looking forward to another successful year as our Lodge celebrates its 75th Anniversary.

Lodge Chief

Dear Brothers,

The year has just begun, yet already we are starting off on a good note. Winter Banquet and Winter Camp were a huge success! I would like to thank the Winter Camp staff for making this year’s one of the best there has been. We could not have done it without you!

Even though 2012 has only just begun, the officers have been working diligently to make this one of the best ever seen! With OAU behind us, Conclave is just around the corner. This year’s SR-6 Conclave is conveniently located at Skymont Scout Reservation in Altamont, Tennessee. I hope to see everyone come out for one of the best weekends of the year and support us as we yet again compete in the Quest for the Golden Arrow.

At Winter Banquet, I stated that we would like to use an acronym for the year which was “Wa-Hi-Nasa R.O.C.K.S.” with R.O.C.K.S. standing for “Reaching Out with Cheerful Knowledge and Service.” This will be playing a key part in the Lodge for the year. A slightly different atmosphere will be seen in our events as we bring back some of the old and reinvigorate with some new.

I hope to see everyone at the SR-6 Conclave. Also, be sure to check both the Wa-Hi-Nasa webpage at www.wa-hi-nasa.org and Wa-Hi-Nasa Unitedon Facebook for the latest information on events.

     Yours in Cheerful Service,

     Hunter Jones

Lodge Chief

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