The Section has created a new project called “ReliefCorps” to help with the tornado relief that has swept several lodges in our Section, including us, Aracoma, and Waguli. Coosa is soon to announce their project for the ReliefCorps, but if you have helped towards the tornado relief for at least five (5) hours, you are able to apply for a special gold mylar patch that the Section is awarding. If you have worked the 5 hours, please let your Chapter Chief know, so he can bring a list of participants to the Key 3 for patch retrieval. Below I have some information with details about where you can go help towards the relief. I also ask that you write down the number of hours, where you helped, and what kind of work, and submit it to your Chapter Chief.
The Flat Rock community is needing help, and asks that you go the Flat Rock community center or gym, and speak with Ms. Candice Emmerson.
Marshall County is in need of help also. Go to the Guntersville Recreation Center (1500 Sunset Drive, Guntersville, AL 35976) to be given assignments.
Safety is key when helping this weekend. Remember to wear proper attire (sturdy shoes, long pants, hat), and try to bring a pair of gloves. You should also bring some water and a lunch when working.
More information about a Coosa wide project will be released soon. The tentative date to look for is May 14th, so keep your schedules open!
In the Wimachtendiek,
Coosa Lodge Chief