April Weekend Calls For Service!
Attention Executive Board Members: The executive board meeting has been moved to 7 P.M., Friday April 16 in the OA Lodge.
Lodge Advisor Denny Kinzel calls Wagion Lodge #6 members to the April Service Weekend. He writes:
It's time to prepare camp; and with all the snow there was in the mountains, Conestoga may need a lot of repairs, at the least a lot of tree limbs to clean up. We urge everyone to come to the April weekend and help out. If you're an adult and have a chainsaw, you might want to bring it.
To register for the weekend, please call the Council Service Center by Wednesday, April 14, 2010!
Medical Forms Due
Written by Thomas Fish, First Aid Chairman
It is a new year of camping and service. National Council has brought in some new regulations for the New Year. One of these is a new style of heath form. Also, every member of the BSA needs to fill out a new form every year.
Starting at the April Weekend all newly filled out health form will be the new style. All past medical forms will expire on the August weekend. Everyone who has not done so already, will need to submit Parts A and C the new official health form.
Download Health Form
For information on more Wagion Lodge #6 events, look back on the 2010 Banquet or forward to Conclave 2010!
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