The 2017 SR-9 Heartland Gathering (aka Conclave) is just around the corner! If you haven’t signed up, the early-bird deadline is almost here. Don’t miss out on one of the biggest Conclave events in the country!
Mark your calendars for April 21-23, 2017! We’ll be at Camp Lumpkin, near LaGrange, Georgia, which is home to Chattahoochee Lodge.
The early-bird registration deadline for the 2017 Heartland Gathering
has been extended until 11:59 PM CDT on Friday, March 31st!
Click here to register online now!
The price is $50 until March 31, then $70 until April 21.
Breakfast will be catered on Saturday and Sunday by Waffle House! There will also be a food drive for a local pantry, an adults-only pinewood derby, and more! We’ll have info on some of these special events as we get closer to the event.
For more info, visit http://coosa50.org/gathering.
Hawk Day Coming April 1st!
Hello Coosa Lodge! This weekend at Camp Jack Wright is a great opportunity to join together in Cheerful Service with the brothers from our lodge. On Saturday from 8 am to 4 pm, we are going to help with projects that will enable the camp to continue providing quality campgrounds for troops from all over the Council.
From hiking trail maintenance to building projects around the Camp, there is something for everyone to be able to help out. At lunchtime, we are feasting on hotdogs provided by the lodge! And of course, a Coosa Hawk Day wouldn’t be complete without service flaps. For every four hours you volunteer, you can get one flap for five dollars.
We Need Your Help
Camp Jack Wright has given us a list of tools that we need to complete the projects around camp. Please bring any of these tools that you might have to help us provide the best Service we can.
- Work Gloves
- Heavy Duty Rakes
- Cordless Drills
- Weed Eaters
- and Eye Protection
The Final Details
If you have any questions about the event, please email Cade Hamm, Vice Chief of Service, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Directions to Camp Jack Wright can be found here. When you arrive at the Main Gate of Tannehill State Park, tell the ranger that you are there for the Scout service project and they will be able to clarify directions if needed.