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Dylan Desrosiers
Apr 08, 2021
In Order of the Arrow
Due to not being able to camp at Camp Norse due to pandemic restrictions, it is now a one-day event, Saturday only, April 24th. Friday April 23rd will be a virtual meeting for the candidates going through their Ordeal. Register today at tulpelodge.org/events
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Dylan Desrosiers
Mar 26, 2021
In Order of the Arrow
Attached is the Tulpe Lodge 2021 Calendar. You can register for any of the events at tulpelodge.org/events.
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Dylan Desrosiers
Dec 04, 2020
In Order of the Arrow
This year, Tulpe Lodge will be hosting Lodge Leadership Development (LLD) virtually. The event goes LIVE this FRIDAY, December 4th, at noon. The trainings are short; about 3 minutes each. Watching a couple videos is an easy way to fulfil a requirement for the Active Arrowman Award. Join us on December 13th at 3:00PM for a virtual "State of the Lodge" forum discussion. Attend the 2020 LLD at https://tulpelodge.org/virtualLLD.
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Dylan Desrosiers
Jun 23, 2020
In Activities & Events
Join us on the weekend of June 11-13, 2021 for Section NE-1's New England Fellowship, hosted by Tulpe Lodge at Yawgoog Scout Reservation! With Yawgoog's expansive acreage and unlimited tenting capacity, we look forward to welcoming ALL Arrowmen from across New England! Learn more by visiting www.tulpelodge.org/NEF.
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Dylan Desrosiers
May 28, 2020
In Activities & Events
Here is the link to the promo video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-z4kHvXIQyc. Feel free to share with your units
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Dylan Desrosiers
May 27, 2020
In General Discussions
Click this link to sign up to receive the Narragansett Council email newsletters. There are multiple newsletter feeds you can subscribe to, such as a general Scouts BSA, Venturing, Cub Scouts email lists, as well as an email list for each district in the council. Here is the link: https://visitor.constantcontact.com/d.jsp?m=1102200743113&p=oi
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Dylan Desrosiers
Mar 30, 2020
In Coronovirus Discussions
Please view the post in the Order of the Arrow discussion category here: https://www.wickedawesomened.com/forum/order-of-the-arrow/changes-to-2020-oa-elections-due-to-covid-19
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Dylan Desrosiers
Mar 30, 2020
In Order of the Arrow
Please read these important updates regarding the 2020 Order of the Arrow Election Season. The National Order of the Arrow Committee has authorized OA Lodges to conduct Virtual OA elections Tulpe Lodge has developed an online web-app to conduct elections. All you need is a computer or smartphone, and access to the internet. Tulpe Lodge will be able to conduct virtual elections through July 1, 2020. Candidates elected between February 1st, 2020 and July 1st, 2020 will have 2 years from the date of their election to complete their Ordeal. Visit the Tulpe Lodge elections web page for more information. tulpelodge.org/unit-elections If you would like to schedule a virtual election, please email your Chapter Leadership Team. If you don't know what Chapter you're a part of, visit this web page for more information. tulpelodge.org/about/chapters Chapter Leadership Contacts: Annawon: annawon@tulpelodge.org Blackstone: blackstone@tulpelodge.org Metacomet: metacomet@tulpelodge.org Wampanoag: wampanoag@tulpelodge.org Please share this information with your Unit Leaders. Virtual elections should be scheduled by the Unit Leader ONLY. Please email the Tulpe Lodge Leadership Team at leadership@tulpelodge.org with any additional questions.
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Dylan Desrosiers
Feb 06, 2020
In Eagle Scouts
https://www.scoutshop.org/email-categories/eagle-scout-sale.html?utm_source=homepage&utm_medium=banner&utm_campaign=eagle_scout_promo Great Sales - Ends Soon! 2/3/2020 – 2/9/2020 Promo Code: EAGLE50
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Dylan Desrosiers
Jan 15, 2020
In General Discussions
Pinewood Derby Car Kits are made in the USA! Here's a great video showing how the car kits are made: boyslife.org/video-audio/151289/where-pinewood-derby-kits-are-made/ Step 1: Each car block begins its life as a ponderosa pine. The trees come from a sustainable forest (where cut-down trees are replaced by seedlings) in Idaho. Step 2: At Woodgrain Millwork in Fruitland, Idaho, the logs are split into planks. Those planks are fed through a machine that uses lasers to measure the wood and determine where cuts should be made. The goal is to get as many perfect 7-inch blocks as possible from each plank. Step 3: The blocks are transported nearly 2,000 miles to South Bend, Indiana, home to Kahoot Products, Inc. Each piece of wood goes into a box alongside four wheels, four axles, instructions and decals. Step 4: The Pinewood Derby kit boxes are sealed and placed in large shipping boxes, each containing 48 car kits. These boxes are sent to local Scout shops across the country.
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