2017 Community Service Day New!
On March 25, 2017, members of Unami Lodge along with other scouts, participated in service projects across the tri-county area! The projects took place as part of our annual Community Service Day. The project locations were Lighthouse Field, Mill Hill Trail, and Mount Moriah Cemetery.
Check out some pictures from the event posted on the Unami Lodge Facebook Page!
Thank you all for your service,
Sean Plunkett and Kevin Rossi
VC of Program and Service Chairman
2017 Turtle Power Pass
The 2017 Turtle Power Pass is now available! With this limited time offer, you can not only register for every weekend at once, but also save $15 at the same time. For more information about the power pass and how to get it, visit us on our Turtle Power Pass Page.
101st Lodge Dinner
This past Lodge Dinner had a fantastic turnout to help us finish our 101st year! For a synopsis of the dinner's proceedings, take a gander at the article in Janaury's Unami Update. As for the award recipients, you can check them out on the Awards Page in the History Section.
2017 Dues Notification
The 2017 dues invoices have been mailed! For more information about dues and how to pay them, visit us on our Dues Card Page.
A Turtle That Tweets???
Most people already know that Unami Lodge is on Facebook but now its official, Unami Lodge is now on Twitter and YouTube! We hope to add to our already-existing social media and with an aim to establish better communication with our members Unami Lodge has created a Twitter feed. Twitter and Facebook offer our members instant, constant and convenient information in a timely fashion. Unami's YouTube channel will allow us to post service weekend videos, National OA event promo videos & national event restrospective videos. We are always working to find new and effective ways of communicating with our members, young and old, to get the word out to the broadest spectrum of people. To follow us on Twitter, click on the Twitter button on the menu bar above.
Calling all Arrowmen!
Are you interested in helping the lodge? Do you want to get involved but don’t know how? We have an answer! Become an OA Representative. You can serve your lodge by passing information from the Lodge to your unit and in the process fulfill the requirement for a leadership position. This is a great was to get involved in the Lodge and it is a vital program to the lodge. To become an OA Rep, just ask your unit leader to give you the form to fill out and then send it to the address on the bottom of the form or give it to your chapter chief. If your unit leader didn't get a form, or if you have any questions or problems, you should contact your chapter chief.
Everyone interested in getting involved in the lodge should contact Lodge Chief, Ethan Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are always looking for additional people to help out on our committees, so pick one that interests you and jump on in. We look forward to working with all of you!