2024 Tsisqan Service Weekend Recap

Arrowmen gathered at Camp Baker on April 19-21 for the Tsisqan Lodge Service Weekend. Service Weekend, an annual tradition of the lodge, is free for all lodge dues-paid members to attend, continuing a longstanding tradition of providing service to the council’s flagship camp.

This year, over 50 Arrowmen attended the event and performed over 375 hours of service. All of the major projects planned for the weekend were completed, along with several smaller projects. Some of the projects worked on during the weekend include building a storage shed at the rifle range, campsite cleanup, burn piles, repairing flagpoles, and building cowboy action shooting facades for the upcoming summer camp program.

A special program opportunity was offered on Friday night this year. The lodge is organizing the campfire program at the council Rendezvous event in May and held an audition and rehearsal of campfire skits and songs. The program featured a cracker barrel and closed with a flag retirement ceremony. 

After a Successful Service Weekend, the lodge leadership now turns its focus to the rest of its 80th Anniversary year including providing support to the Oregon Trail Council Rendezvous, holding three induction weekends, sending a contingent of more than 30 members to NOAC, hosting section conclave, and closing out with a big 80th anniversary banquet. 

Conclave Registration is NOW OPEN!