The Spring 2013 edition of the Orca Spouts was released and is now available for viewing and downloading! TheOrca Spouts is the official newsletter of Orca Lodge, Order of the Arrow, BSA. Download this current edition by clicking on the icon to the left or going to our Orca Spouts Archive page. There you will also find a vast library of past Spouts.
This year’s 2013 lodge flap was approved by the lodge at our February Lodge Leadership Development session (LLD) and Executive Lodge Board meeting. It was designed by Jason Kracht along with a council shoulder patch for the approval the Council Jamboree Troop. The patch has been approved by the Schulz Foundation, to be ofered to Orca Lodge members who are attending the 2013 National Scout Jamboree. In the past these Jamboree lodge patches were offered to our Orca Lodge members, youth and adults, who are attending the National Jamboree as participants with the Council Troop or staff members. These Jamboree members may purchase a stack of patches at reduce price to take to the Jamboree and trade with other lodges. It is a great way to meet your OA brothers from around the country.
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This year’s Memorial Day Flags at Santa Rosa Memorial Cemetery occurred under gray skies with the threat of rain. The local Veterans group once again had plenty of help from the Veterans themselves, their families, local volunteers, Scouting units and Wonkatonk Chapter of Orca Lodge. Most of us helped with the raising of the 1,000 full size flags on 10 foot poles, but a few were going to return to lower, fold, and help store them for next year. Your service is much appreaceated. We earned 32 service hours for the lodge. Thanks again.
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Join Project 2013 to serve on staff at the 2013 National Scout Jamboree with the Order of the Arrow. Project 2013 is recruiting 700 Arrowmen who are excited and dedicated to cheerful service to support the 40,000 Scouts attending the jamboree. This corps will be the largest in the Order's history. To learn more about Project 2013, click here.