Signals Header for E-Newsletter Const. Contact
  News Blast February 26, 2016  
'Wondering What's New in this Month's Newsletter? 
Look for the Red Titles!


 Council Wide Announcements & Calendar 

Cub Scout Advancements from Lincoln Citizen Day

If you had a Cub Scout who participated in the round robin tables during the day before the program and the parade of flags, below are the advancements he completed:

Tiger Tales
1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7   Not Completed.
4  create a piece of artwork from the tales they learned and share it with their den.
Adventure in Coins
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7   Completed
Paws for Action
1a,1b,1c (all but displaying a flag in your home for a month),
Webelos/Arrow of Light Electives
Looking Back, Looking Forward
1, 2     Not Completed       
3        Create your own time capsule.

Build My Own Hero
1, 2, 4, 5      Not completed  
3  Recognize a hero in your community
6  Create your own superhero
Arrow of Light
Building a Better World
1, 2, 3, 4      Not completed 5,6,7,8,9,10

Marketing Minute - Social Media

We love seeing all the posts about your unit's events.  We've seen a lot of new Eagles, some excellent pack meetings, some cross over ceremonies, and pinewood derbies.  And those Parent/Pal cake bakes? - I think I've gained weight just looking at those marvelous creations!!

For more tips on how to stay connected through social media with Sagamore Council and how to share your news with us, read the material found at this link. Let's all make it a point to #ShareSagamoreSuccess!!

See you soon at our upcoming events!


Campership Applications Now Available Online

Access Cub Scout Campership Application

Access Boy Scout Campership Application

Campership Applications Are Due to Council by May 1, 2016.


Camp Cards Spring Fundraiser

Now that Popcorn and Recharter is over, it's time to start thinking about financing your units camping activities for 2016!  Does your unit provide an organized camping opportunity to your families?  If not, you're missing a large piece of the puzzle to providing a quality program to your Scouts! Camping is an essential part of Scouting! Not only is it fun for the Scouts creating retention but also draws new Scouts to the program.

Every Cub Scout should experience an organized camping experience because they will gain skills that they will use more later as a Boy Scout.  Boy Scout camp offers boys leadership opportunities that young men don't have a lot of opportunities to experience in any other activity, not to mention the ability to earn a multitude of Merit Badges!

The spring Camp Card fundraiser could help supplement your unit's ability to pay for that experience for your Scouts!  The Camp Card fundraiser will run March 11th - April 8th with Full payment due to Council April 20th.  The full payment will be deposited to your unit account, then your unit balance will be deducted from your Unit account to pay balance due to Council, leaving your 40% commission available for your camping endeavors.  

The Camp Cards will be $10 in 2016, with 40% commission for units.  The dates of validity will be 3/1/2016 to 12/31/2015 with exception of the $5 snap off one time use Marsh.  Council has worked very hard to gain even better vendor partnerships for 2016, as well as, offering two card options this year to accommodate those North Star units that have more rural areas.  Please see commitment form to view coupon offers.

Let's all get smarter with the ways we fundraise.  If your unit didn't have successful Camp Card sale last year, try contacting local businesses and set up an on- site sale opportunity to increase your Scouts salesmanship experience!  

Some local businesses that participate in our camp card program (Culvers for example) will provide additional assistance by allowing your unit to come into the establishment and set up a "Support Troop XXX" campaign!  The business will provide your unit with flyers to be handed out that offer a % of total sales on that day to be donated to your unit.  Why not set up one of these events and hand out flyers in addition to  selling  camp cards?  This would maximize the profit for your unit!

Access Camp Card Unit Commitment Form here.

If you have questions, contact Sherry Brady.
Advantages & Importance of Tour and Activity Plans

The tour and activity plan is an excellent tool that should be included in preparation for all activities, even those not requiring it. It guides a tour leader through itineraries, travel arrangements, two-deep leadership, supervision qualifications, and transportation.  We encourage everyone to use the online system for Tour Plans. To locate this system, you will need to log in to and select the tour and activity plan under your "Unit Tool."

If you cannot see tour and activity plans on your MyScouting account it is most likely that your member ID is not attached to your MyScouting account profile. Contact the National Service Desk for Volunteers for assistance at 972-580-2489. Some advantages of the online version include:
  • It contains interactive prompts and warnings.
  • It provides active links to program-required training and education.
  • It provides the ability to store, retrieve, copy, and reuse previously submitted tour and activity plans (not applicable to permits).
  • It provides the ability to update the plan up until the day before the tour and activity date.
The following materials will be needed when you complete the online version of the Tour and Activity Plan: 1) Leadership contact information, 2) vehicle information, 3) description of the activity, and 4) your travel itinerary.


H.W. "Hod" Peabody BSA Scholarship

The H.S. "Hod" Peabody BSA Scholarship fund provides scholarships for students graduating from any high school in the Sagamore Council area, with preference given to Eagle Scouts who are accepted into a program leading to a bachelor's degree at an accredited college or university. Eligibility criteria includes:  (a) good scholastic record and demonstrates the ability to succeed as a college student; (b) good citizenship (school and community); (c) good work ethic; (d) preference to be given to Eagle Scouts; (e) financial need; and (f) a recommendation from the student's high school faculty or staff member. 

Access the application for this scholarship through website. or via the link at

Scouting for Food 2016   
This year the date for Scouting for Food is being left up to units. You can have your food drive when it best fits into your calendar and benefits most the food bank your unit supports. We will need each unit to fill out a request form for bags and stickers. Once your unit has completed their food drive it is very important that you turn in the Scouting for Food report. The sponsor of this program wants to know how many Scouts and Scouters participate, the amount of time they give, and the amount of food collected. Whether your unit has their food drive in the spring, summer, or fall, what matters is that we as Scouts are serving those who need assistance.

Kokomo units are requested to coordinate their food drives with the postal carriers and United Way in May. This would be an outstanding partnership to serve the Kokomo area. Access forms via the Council website, Council Forms & Flyers tab.


2016 Gutwein Motor Golf Tournament
in Monticello, Indiana To Support Scouting 
May 7, 2016
Pine View Golf Course, Monticello
Access details here.    Access printable brochure here.



2017 National Jamboree
July 19-28, 2017 at the BSA Summit  Bechtel Reserve, West Virginia

Access 2017 National Jamboree Information

Adult Leader Application 2017 National Jamboree



Order of the Arrow Day of Service March 5

Come join Takachsin Lodge and give cheerful service. We are going to have a day of service on Saturday, March 5th at Cary Camp. Any Lodge Member or whole units are invited to come and camp Friday night or just come Saturday. Lunch on Saturday will be provided.

Units wanting to camp need to submit a camp usage form to the Hingst Service Center. There will be no charge.


University of Scouting - Spring Semester  

Saturday, March 19, 2016   9 AM - 4 PM

Kelly Center, Indiana University Kokomo  
2300 S Washington Street, Kokomo

Cost:  $12.50  (Lunch Included)
Preregistration is Required - No Walk-Ins. Register via CampMaster.
Access event flyer which includes Merit Badge Classes offered.
Adult training will also to be offered - see the event flyer.

Boy Scout Summer Resident Camp

Camp Fees for Scouts:

The Early Bird Fee is $240 per session if paid in full by Friday, May 15, 2016. The following payments must be made on time to qualify for the
Early Bird Fee:

February 26, 2016 a $100 transferable, not refundable deposit due.

April 15, 2016 a $70 payment is due.

May 15, 2016 the $70 final payment is due to qualify for the Early Bird Fee.

Camp Fees for Leaders:

The Early Bird Fee is $75.00 if paid in full by Friday, May 15, 2016. If the entire balance is not paid until after May 15, 2016, a late fee is applied increasing the total cost to $100.00.

Access Camp Buffalo Campsite Reservation chart

Payments by either credit card or e-check may be made on-line via CampMaster.

National Youth Leadership Training 

Camp Kikthawenund -  
March 18-20 and  April 8-10, 2016
(6 Day Training Course)

Camp Red Wing - Muncie, Indiana
June 12-18, 2016  or  July 10-16, 2016
(Week-long training courses)

This course is for Boy Scouts and Venturers who currently hold a key leadership role in their unit or who the unit leader feels has the potential to hold a key leader position in the future. Each participant must have the approval of his leader, must be 13 years of age as of the first day of the course, and must be a First Class Scout. A BSA physical is required, just like for summer camp.

Access NYLT Fact Sheet for Muncie course location.
Access NYLT Brochure pertaining to both locations.   
Camperships are available and are due by May 1st. 
For more info. contact Chas Triplett by email or at 800-844-0537.

Reporting of Unit Service Project Hours

It is easy to report your unit's service hours:
Click on this link and provide 1)  your unit number, 2)  the number of individuals who participated, and 3)  a brief description of the service project.  If your unit is not participating in service projects, click here to access service project suggestions and explore the advantages of doing so.  

2016 Silver Beaver Award Nominations 

The Silver Beaver Award, introduced in 1931, is a council-level distinguished service award of the Boy Scouts of America. Recipients of this award are registered Scouters who have made an impact on the lives of youth through service given to the council. It's time to consider who you would like to nominate to receive the Silver Beaver Award in 2016. (Access and review the nomination form via link below.)

Nominations are due to the Council Service Center by February 28, 2016. You may download the Nomination form here.

Council Annual Recognition Dinner

Thursday, April 28, 2016

The Trails Banquet Facility - Lafayette, Indiana

Gathering - 6:30 PM
Dinner - 7:00 PM

Cost:  $26.00

Event will include dinner, short business meeting, recognition of 2016 Silver Beaver Award Recipients, 2015 Eagle Scouts, 2015 Top Popcorn Units & Sellers, and installation of 2016 Council officers.

Registration will be open at CampMaster reservation website soon.

Unit Visits Available - Message from Sherry Brady

As part of my position as the Unit Finance/Support Director, I'm available for unit visits. I can help you establish a program plan and budget, evaluate your recruitment process, provide resources to evaluate your families, answer questions about tour plans, insurance needs, adult leadership, training, and service hours, as well as establish a fundraising model to name some examples.

If your unit would like to take advantage of a unit visit or if yours is a new unit and has a group of leaders who just want to have a Q&A session, I can help.  I may not have all the answers, but I'll be a great resource and will research your questions if I'm unable to answer them during our unit visit.

If interested, email me at or call me at 765-480-4630.

Philmont Scout Ranch News

Work at Philmont this summer!
If you'll be 18 years old by summer 2016, now is the time to apply for a Philmont staff position. You have the opportunity to be considered from over 1,100 positions.  Internships are available! 
Apply for Work at Philmont

Enjoy a vacation for the whole family at the Philmont Training Center!  Engage in one of over 80 world-class conferences while your whole family enjoys PTC's selection of age-specific program activities. When sitting down for meals throughout the week, family members may recall activities such as horseback riding, day hikes, the raft-lodge, dancing and much more!
Register for Summer 2016 - Philmont Training Center

Philmont Museum Expansion Brick Paver Program 
Buy a Brick, Build a Legacy!  Ever wanted to leave your mark on Philmont? Commemorate your trek? Honor your Advisor? Perhaps you'd just like to give a little back and help the next generation of Scouts?  100% of proceeds go towards the upcoming Philmont Museum expansion.
Buy a Brick!



                 MARCH 2016
Order of the Arrow Lodge Meeting - 4 PM
Day of Service at Cary Camp
Property Committee Meeting - Cary Camp
Camp Card Sale Begins
Finance Committee Meeting - 7 PM - Kokomo
Program Committee Meeting - 7 PM - Cary Camp
Marketing Committee Meeting - Following the Program Meeting. at Cary Camp

University of Scouting - 9 AM - IUK, Kokomo
Office & Camps Closed - Good Friday
Camps Closed - Easter Weekend


                 APRIL 2016
OA Lodge Meeting - 2 PM Grissom Air Museum
Camp Card Sale Ends
Scoutmaster & Asst. Scoutmaster Training - Camp Buffalo
BS Summer Camp Payment of $70 Due for Youth
OA Section Conclave - Culver Academies, Culver IN
Wilderness First Aid Training - Cary Camp
Camp Card Sale Payments Due to Council
Council Annual Recognition Dinner - The Trails, Lafayette


View Full Council Google Calendar


(The Council Google calendar includes both council and district events, meetings and roundtables in addition to Council events.)   



 Wabash Valley District Announcements



Wabash Valley District Contacts:


    District Team Lead - Dylan Melling  765-639-4398

    District Executive - Mitchell Ahnert  765-469-3197 

    District Commissioner - Dirk Hilt  765-418-6278

    District Chairman - Mike Boebinger  217-313-7688  


Wabash Valley serves Benton, Carroll, Tippecanoe,

Warren & Northern Fountain Counties 


Wabash Valley District Pinewood Derby

The District Pinewood Derby race registration is live on Campmaster! Units should enter their top three racers to represent their pack on April 16th. Youth can be assigned to the 9 AM, 10 AM, or 11AM race. Championship race will be held at Noon, with an open race occurring at 1PM for all adults, youth, and whatever cars they designed.

District Spring Camporee

Registration will go live on March 1st for the Goofball Olympics to be held at Cary Camp on May 6th-8th. Programming will include a variety of goofy games and skills challenges. Lunch will be provided, and official programming will be concluded by Saturday evening if a unit needs to leave early.

Add a description
Scout About 5k/10k 

All units should have the Scout About 5k/10k race saved on their calendar for May 28th at Purdue! All units will be receiving two free invitations mid-March. This is to encourage youth to utilize this race as part of their personal fitness merit badge, or to have fun as a unit.

Purdue Baseball:

We will be partnering with Purdue Athletics again this Spring. Circle May 14th on your calendars for the Salute the Scouts Baseball Game. Activities will include a Pre-Game Talk from a Purdue Athletics Representative, Scouts in uniform being on the field during the National Anthem, and an opportunity to run the bases after the game (weather permitting). Attendees will also receive a patch. Look for more registration materials and links to be available in March.

Cary Camp Trading Post Hours for 2016

Tentative Trading Post hours for 2016:

     Mon./Wed./Fri.     6 PM - 8 PM

     Saturday              9 AM to 12 PM

*More hours may be added depending on Adam's school schedule.


 Wabash Valley District Eagle Scouts: 


          Alex Delworth                       Troop 335

          George Herron-Johnson         Troop 335

          Christopher Heslin                 Troop 335

          John Kelsey                         Troop 393

          Charles Ratliff                       Troop 301 



 Peshewa District Announcements



 Peshewa District Contacts: 


     District Team Lead - Daniel Carbaugh - 765-480-3716

     District Executive - Chris Crow - 757-952-4341 

     District Commissioner - Don Harper - 765-860-4474

     District Chairman - Nick Pate  


Peshewa District serves Blackford, Grant, Howard, Miami 

 and Wabash Counties 


Peshewa District Calendar

9      Adult Volunteer Leader Roundtable
19    University of Scouting at IUK
23    District Committee Meeting
25    Office Closed - Good Friday
30    Commissioner Meeting     

13    Adult Volunteer Leader Roundtable
16    Peshewa Pinewood Derby
27    District Committee Meeting

Schedule Investment in Character this Month!

If you haven't scheduled an Investment in Character Presentation, please do so quickly. Please make contact with Daniel Carbaugh at the Council office. These presentations should be done at Blue and Gold Banquet or Court of Honor. All Unit presentations need to be completed by the end of spring.

Cub Scout Pinewood Derby 
Saturday April 16, 2016

Come join the RACING SPECTACLE that is the Cub Scout Pinewood Derby!!!  On Saturday, April 16th at the Howard County 4-H Fairgrounds, within the Lion's Club Block Building, Cub Scouts and Adult Volunteers will have the chance to race for the finish line and compete for trophies for having the best pinewood derby car.

The cost for the 2016 Cub Scout Pinewood Derby is $5.00. This event will be on  CampMaster, and registration is setup for individual registration for Pinewood Derby. For more specific information, including race rules, please visit CampMaster.

University of Scouting at Indiana University Kokomo
Saturday March 19, 2016

University of Scouting will be March 19, 2016 at Indiana University Kokomo. For more information visit CampMaster website.

District Spring Camporee

Registration will be on Campmaster. The Peshewa District Spring camporee will be in May exact information will be sent as soon as we have it. The Theme will be Wilderness Survival. More details will come out at March Roundtable.


 North Star District Announcements



 North Star District Contacts: 


     District Executive - Jason Revord - 765-418-7381 

     District Commissioner - Tressa Bowman 

     District Chairman -  Tony Schroeder    


North Star District serves Cass, Fulton, Jasper, Newton, Pulaski & White Counties 


District News from Jason Revord:

It's that time of the year again - Pinewood Derby season is in full swing, and I hope your units' top racers are geared up and ready for the District Derby.  This year the top four Cubs from each unit are invited to attend the District Race held April 16th at the Wolcott Intermediate School.  The races will begin at 10 AM, and there will be an outlaw race open to anyone who would like to participate.  

Come to the District Committee meeting held the last Thursday of  each month at Camp Buffalo at 7:30 PM Eastern.  The group is growing every month, and we look forward to hearing from you and getting your input on roundtables, upcoming program events, the district dinner, new membership recruitment ideas and much more.

The next roundtable is scheduled for April 2nd from 10 AM till 2 PM at Camp Buffalo.  The topic of the day will include changes in advancement, unique advancement opportunities and awards, and the new Eagle process.  There have been a lot of questions about our new Eagle process, so I would encourage every troop to send a representative so that they may better prepare the boys for their Eagle Board.  There will be a scavenger hunt set up for any youth that are in attendance.  For lunch we will be doing a pot luck.  

Cub Scout Activity Day is set for April 9th at 10 AM at Camp Buffalo.  The Cubs will have the opportunity to complete an adventure and will participate in archery, BB guns, and fishing.  Cost will be $10.00. Come join us for a day of fun in the sun at Camp Buffalo!

Camp Cards Fundraiser Meeting February 27th

A Camp Card Fundraiser meeting will be held on Saturday, February 27th at 10 AM at Camp Buffalo's Beasy Hall.  The Camp Card fundraiser has two options this year, and one has been specifically designed to include businesses from the North Star District!  The cards sell for $10 each with $4 dollars of each sale going directly to the Scout.  One single use coupon is $10 off a purchase at Dicks Sporting Goods, which would instantly pay for the cost of the card! Logan businesses participating include the Mary Max Theaters and the Logansport Skate World.  Some deals for other areas include and the Ritz Cinema in Renssellaer, Poblanos in Winamac and Monicals Pizza in Monticello.  

To find out more about these offers, come out to Camp Buffalo's Beasy Hall this Saturday, February  27th at 10 AM.  

North Star District Spring Camporee
April 22 - 24 at Camp Buffalo

The North Star District Spring Camporee will take place Friday, April 22nd  and run through Sunday Aprill 24th at Camp Buffalo. Registration will open at 5pm in front of the commissioners office.  Cost of attendance is $10 per Scouts. There will be no charge for adults attending. This year's theme will be pioneering, and Scouts will have the opportunity to earn the complete badge.  There will be a contest for building the camp gadgets with a prize of a $200 gift card to the top troop.  The required gadgets will include a camp gate, flag stand, and cooking station.  A secondary contest prize will be awarded for the troop that creates the best bonus gadgets of their choice.  Two bonus gadgets will be graded from each troop that wishes to participate, and the prize will be a $100 gift card.  Shooting sports rifle, shotgun, and archery will be open most of the day, so troops may come at will to shoot, and it will be first come first serve.  This is shaping up to be an exciting event, and I hope to see you all there!



 Takachsin Lodge - Order of the Arrow



Order of the Arrow Takachsin Lodge Contacts:


    Lodge Chief - Lucas Bowman

    Lodge Advisor - Steve Bowman

    Staff Advisor - Chas Triplett  



Access 2016 OA Takachsin Lodge Calendar


Lodge Updates

If you have not been getting email updates from the lodge we may not have the correct email listed for you. Please email Steve Bowman at to update your contact information.

Membership Dues

Members if you have not yet paid your 2016 dues, now is the time to do so. Membership is $12 and can be paid at the council office, at any OA event or on Campmaster.

Members who did not pay their dues by January 31 may be placed on the inactive file and their names removed from the mailing list. Members on the inactive list may not wear on their uniform any identification or insignia for Takachsin Lodge #173. Inactive members may restore their active membership by paying the dues for the current year.

(Note: Each OA member must be a registered member of the BSA, not just the lodge.)

Vigil Honors

You must have your Dues paid before the Spring Ordeal to be eligible for Vigil Honors. Vigil Honors are held only at the Fall Ordeal, so get your dues paid and make sure to attend the Fall Ordeal.

The LEC has some proposed changes to the Takachsin Lodge By-laws. These proposed changes have been emailed out to the membership and can be viewed on the web site:
These changes will be voted on at our next big lodge meeting on March 5th. The March 5th meeting will be held at 4:00 PM at the Cary Camp Teepee by the pool.

Service Project
A special service project will be held on March 4-6 at Cary Camp. This project is open to all Scouts, Family, and Friends. Troops are welcome to come tent camp for free on this weekend. Come stay the weekend or or just come Saturday for the fun. The lodge will be providing lunch on Saturday for everyone helping on this project.

Spring Ordeal

Spring Ordeal is May 13-16 at Cary Camp. This will be the first opportunity for candidates to become members in the Order of the Arrow after being elected. Ordeal Members, come seal your membership by becoming Brotherhood members.

Access OA Spring Ordeal Guide Forms

OA Elections

Every Troop may schedule one election each year. Deadline for elections this year is April 30th so schedule an election for your unit today! If any Scoutmaster that has conducted elections for their own Troop in the past are welcome to do so again as long as they send the proper paperwork to the OA Advisor. Contact Don Harper (765-860-4474), Terry Beaty (765-674-0636), Craig Quigg (219-869-8551), Rex Banter, Steve Bowman (765-252-8526), or Joe Alberich (217-799-2433) to schedule your elections!

Section Conclave

Access 2016 C6A Conclave Guide

The 2016 Section Conclave is being hosted by Sakima Lodge (LaSalle Council) at the Culver Academies' Woodcraft Camp in Culver, Indiana. From April 15-17, Arrowmen from all over Section C-6A will be gathering for this spectacular annual event. Don't miss out on this year's Section Conclave - which is themed "ArrowStrong" - register today! The direct link is

The Section Conclave is a gathering for all Arrowmen from the 6 lodges in Indiana which makes up Section C-6A.  Come and experience sports, American Indian Activities, patch trading, patch auction, a 5K, great meals, shows, training, fellowship and so much more!  This is open to every Arrowmen in the section. At the end of the weekend, youth Arrowmen will have the opportunity to elect the next Section officers.  Are you ArrowStrong?
Friday 04-15-2016 12:00 AM to
Sunday 04-17-2016 12:00 AM
Culver Military Academy

We have selected our 2016 Bear Scholars for Conclave. They are Turner Parke and Draven Burkholder. Turner and Draven were new members at the 2015 Spring Ordeal. Since then they have helped with the Winter Klondike, attended the Winter Banquet, attended the Fall Fellowship, served as Elangomats at the Fall Ordeal, and most recently helpted at the Lincoln Citizen Day. Turner and Draven will be attending Conclave free and will be given a special award for their service. If you see Turn or Draven, please congratulate them on this honor.    





Training Contacts:


    North Star District Training Chair - Vacant    

    North Star District Outdoor Leader Skills - Scott Grandstaff 

    North Star District Youth Protection - Mike Richardson 


    Peshewa District Training Chair -  Denise Chauret  


    Wabash Valley District Training Chair - Ann Harding 


    Council Training Chair -  Denise Chauret 


    Council Training Staff Advisor - Chas Triplett     




Wood Badge 2016 Courses:




LaSalle Council

Course #: C6-165-16


Weekend #1       September 16-18      Camp Tamarack 

Weekend #2       Oct. 7-9                   Camp Topenebee


Cost:  $245  (Includes 6 days of training)

Early Bird price is $220 if paid in full before July 1, 2016.

Fee includes camp fees, meals, course materials and Wood Badge recognition items.



Contact Ed Witte, Course Director, via email or at 219-616-6252.   


Access more details here.  




Crossroads of America Council

Course#: C6-160-16-1 (Spring)  or  C6-160-16-2 (Fall)



Weekend #1          April 14-16               Camp Kikthawenund 

Weekend #2          May 12-14               Camp Krietenstein 



Weekend #1          August 20-22           Ransburg Scout Reservation 

Weekend #2          September 17-19      Red Wing Scout Camp 


Cost:  $260  (Includes 6 days of training)

A $50 deposit is due with application.

Early Bird price $235 if received before July 1, 2016.

Fee includes camp fees, meals, course materials and Wood Badge recognition items.   



Spring Contact:  Natalie Maenhourt, Course Director,

via email or at 317-440-7307


Fall Contact:  Stan Jewula, Course Director,

via email or at 317-296-4035  


Access more details here


Wilderness First Aid Training - Sagamore Council

Where:  Cary Camp- Lafayette, Indiana
When:    April 15-17, 2016

Cost:      $125 Per Person

Class Limit:  10 Participants
Register via CampMaster website.


Tributes / Memorial Contributions


     In Memory of:  Joe B. Stuart

                                  David Love  

Quick Links