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I am running a ceremony workshop for my lodge in late March over the course of a weekend. If you have any good ideas for ceremony related classes that I could teach at this workshop to help new ceremonialists as well as experienced ones, please share.

 

Thanks,

Hillis

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Hillis,

 

 

Greetings!

 

There are a few resources out there. I've attended a "Ceremony" class in 99 as a refresher. Boy!, there are alot of things you don't pick up as an Ordeal candidate or Brotherhood.

 

I have recently found a powerpoint title Symbolism in the Order of the Arrow, created by "Tray" Murphy of Nawakwa Lodge. There are probably a few other sites out there that provide exactly what you need. But the Nawakwa site and Tray Murphy's email contact on that page should be a good start.

http://www.nawakwa.org/php/

 

 

Scouting Forever and Venture On!

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Hillis,

 

I don't see this on the 99 lodge calendar. Please PM me with the details. I know some fellows in our troop who want to learn ceremonies.

 

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Everything is finalized, the date had to be moved due other problems, details are:

 

March 30th-April 1st

Lost Pines Scout Reservation

Registration starts at 7pm on Friday night

 

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Also, I'm still looking for class ideas! And if you have anyone in your troop interested in ceremonies that is in the Hill Country area (Tonkawa Lodge or otherwise) come out! Just pre-register anyone that wants to come so that they can have a spot reserved.

 

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Hillis, I think a class about making outfitting and the principles behind it would be a huge hit among new ceremonialist. This aspect of ceremonies is sometimes confusing and very hard so I think a class on it would be awesome!

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Kichkinet, I'd expect someone with a Username like that to know the difference between "outfits" and regalia... Not meaning to be anal, but it's amazing the offense some take to minor details, which is why regalia making is important, make sure you know what each item put on represents and can be interpreted as.

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