Lodge Fellowship

Every year in late February or early March, Orca Lodge Holds its annual fellowship.

Here is how past Lodge Chief, Ben Leroy described the Lodge Fellowship:

Fellowship. That word just seems to roll off the tongue. It’s funny how easily you can say the word but how hard it is to really grasp the full meaning of the word. Sure, it means “the companionship of individuals in a congenial atmosphere and on equal terms? according to the American Heritage Dictionary, but in Orca lodge it’s much different. When our lodge holds a fellowship, it’s not just an ordinary “congenial atmospheric weekend?; its a weekend where you release yourself into a place of fun, games, tradition, and friendship. For those of you who weren’t at the last fellowship up at Camp Riggs-Johnston, Fellowship is where we play video games into the night, football until lunch and have an eating contest when everyone’s tired. Up in the Northern part of this Lodge eating contests are a must, and I’d have to say I’ve been to around 5 of them. Although, this might just sound like a weekend to mess around, which in some sense it is, it’s also where you get to meet people from all over the Northern California coast and make friends. Real friends, not just acquaintances.

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