Muscogee Chapter/Shelby District
Muscogee Chapter – Crew 50
The Muscogee Chapter of Coosa Lodge is composed of Arrowmen from the Shelby District of the Greater Alabama Council. Our Chapter is registered as Crew 50 and sponsored by the Camp Tranquility Preservation Association. Our Chapter Totem is the rare and endangered “Alabama Red-Bellied” Turtle. It was chosen as it symbolizes both our State and the beginnings of the Order of the Arrow with Unami Lodge One at Treasure Island Scout Camp. The first OA Totem was the Turtle.
We meet on the first Thursday of each month at Riverchase Church of Christ located at 1868 Highway 31 South in Pelham, Alabama. All Arrowmen are invited to attend out meetings which begin at 7:00 p.m. Ceremony Teams, Native American Regalia, Indian Lore, and Brotherhood Preparation, are just a few of the fun activities you will find at our meetings. We will also be planning some of our upcoming service projects, like hosting the Shelby District Camporee campfire, Scouting for Food, and serving at the District Banquet. Come join the fun as we celebrate the Tenth Anniversary of Coosa Lodge.
Our Chapter Advisers are:
Mr. John Bowers – Chapter Adviser firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Larry Faulkner – Assoc. Chapter Adviser email@example.com
Mr. Bob Oster – Assoc. Chapter Adviser Robert.Oster@ccc.uab.edu
Contact any of our Advisers if you are interested in joining the Chapter!!
Our Chapter Patch (pictured above) was approved by the Lodge LEC in October 2006. Designed by Davis F, Vice Chief of Service for the Chapter, it incorporates the Muscogee Nation Flag and pictures the Lodge Totem; The Bright Sun-Hatchet symbol of Defending our Rights; The Peace Pipe and the Fleur de Lis. Chapter members can earn the Patch by attending three Chapter Meetings and participating in one Lodge Event each year.
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Our Chapter Totem – the Endangered “Alabama Red-Bellied” Turtle
Alabama’s Official State Reptile