[snakepower] Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

I would like to wish everyone a happy new year.  It has been a great year
for myself as well as for all the 2001 – 2002 officers and I’m sure next
year will bring great things for the 2003 officers as well as for our
great organization.

Thank you for the good times and I wish next years officers the best of
luck.

Your friend,

Brad Denbo

2002 Lodge Chief
Cahuilla Lodge

2003 Chapter Chief
Wanakik Chapter

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Treasurer’s Corner

Published April 1, 1980

Cahuilla S9B

Cahuilla S9B

The new Lodge flaps are in.  They are smaller now, about the size of the pocket flap.  They are still $1.06 each and you can pick ’em up starting at the Spring Fellowship.

Also, mugs and neckerchief slides with the Lodge flap on them will be available at the Ordeals.

Respectfully submitted,

Mike Sachs1

Lodge Treasurer

From April 1980 Call of the Cahuilla Newsletter

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A Letter From The Editor

When Lodge Chief Jon Nelson asked me to be the “Talk” Editor I had no idea my first issue would be my last one.  It has been a struggle putting this issue together, but I have enjoyed it.  Just meeting many new Arrowmen in both lodges has made it all worthwhile.

Since the Tahquitz and Wisumahi Lodges will be merged shortly after you receive this issue we need a new name and design for the Cahuilla Lodge newspaper.  Please submit designs to either Ken Dewitt, Jon Nelson or myself at either of the spring ordeals.

Kevin Walker, Editor

1973 Chief’s Welcome

Welcome my Brothers to this 1973 Section 4-B Conclave.  This weekend ahead offers you the most exciting possibilities of any weekend of your Scouting experience!  United together with hundreds of your fellow Arrowmen from several Lodges, we have a common goal and purpose.

This weekend we have the opportunity to learn, share and grow from our mutual experiences in the “Arrow”; to improve our Section, Lodges, and ourselves.

Your Chiefs’ have worked hard and cautiously to create a conclave program that will be the best ever!  Be sure to share and learn in the conclave by sampling each of the many “tastes” it has to offer you.

It is my hope to greet as many of you as possible, to discuss your feelings and concerns about the Order.  Please feel free to stop me and say – Hello!

“Weld Tightly Every Link”, the theme of this year’s conclave is the key to fulfilling the many opportunities and possibilities that the conclave holds for us; we must each and everyone, endeavor to share in a personal commitment to the conclave theme and goals – so that we may broaden the degree of service that we as Arrowmen perform for the Scouts of our home councils and units.  Let each of us do our full share!

As you participate in the conclave this weekend don’t hesitate to pause and do at least two things:  to meet a new friend – and to think about the conclave them:  “Weld Tightly Every Link” – …..How strong is the link that you are building!

“Mindful of our high traditions”

Wimachtendienk

Dan R. Reaser

Chief, Section B

Western Region-Area IV

Order of the Arrow W.W.W.