Member Lodges: Achewon Netopalis, Buckskin, Kintecoying, Ktemaque, Shinnecock

2015 SECTION NE-2B CONCLAVESection NE-2B 2015 Conclave Logo

Registration is now open!

Dates: June 12-14, 2015

Place: Baiting Hollow Scout Camp

1774 Sound Avenue, Calverton, NY 11933

Directions to Baiting Hollow Scout Camp

Conclave Service Lodge:

Shinnecock Lodge / Suffolk County Council BSA

Conclave Theme:

“From Treasure Island To Long Island And Every Island In Between”

Registration Details:

  • Full-Weekend and Saturday-Only registration options are once again available for the Conclave this year
  • You may register using our online site (preferred method) or mail-in forms package (see below)
  • Regular registration extends through May 25th, and is only $35, as opposed to $40 last year. – so register now before you forget!
  • New Brothers (inducted in the Spring of 2015) are eligible for the $35 rate through June 8th, so promoting conclave at your spring Ordeals would be an excellent idea.
  • Our attendance goal for this event is over 200 brothers, and we can’t wait for an amazing centennial conclave!

ONLINE REGISTRATION -Register for the Conclave Now Using our Online Registration Site (Preferred Method)

Join us for fun and fellowship on June 12-14, 2015 at Baiting Hollow Scout Camp in Calverton, NY. The Section Leadership Team, Council of Chiefs and Shinnecock Lodge (Conclave Service Lodge) are planning a spectacular centennial conclave event for the members of Section NE-2B. Many aspects of the conclave weekend will focus on this years conclave theme: “From Treasure Island To Long Island And Every Island In Between” and also the OA’s 100th Anniversary. The Section Conclave provides an annual opportunity for our 5 Member Lodges to come together for a weekend of fun, fellowship and training. The Conclave is a great way for new OA members to jump start their OA experience and to meet others from around the Section. We hope that you will join us for this great weekend of fun, fellowship and brotherhood!

Questions / Event Information

Please contact us if you have questions about this event

Full Conclave Forms Package with Medical Forms to download the full Conclave Registration Forms Package (Registration Form, Training Form and Medical Form)

The Forms Package can be used for offline / mail-in registration as well as payment by check

Medical Forms – Part A &B to download the medical forms package only required to attend the Conclave (Part A & Part B)

Conclave Registration and Training Forms Only  (Does not include Medical Forms)

Promotional Conclave Flyer


Please see the schedule to the right or the Section Calendar for COC meeting dates. All lodges in Section NE-2B are required to be present at COC Meetings. It is important that each lodge is properly represented by your Lodge Chief and Lodge Adviser at the meeting. In the event that a Chief or Adviser cannot be present, it is the Lodge’s responsibility to ensure that a qualified replacement person attends the meeting.

Section NE-2B holds 3 COC meetings throughout the year to manage the business of the Section, discuss and review new important program related materials and updates and to develop and plan our yearly Conclave Event. The Council of Chiefs are made up of the following members:

  • The Section NE-2B Leadership Team – Section Chief, Section Vice-Chief, Section Secretary, Section Adviser, Associate Adviser(s) and Staff Adviser
  • Immediate Past Section Chief
  • Lodge Chiefs and Lodge Advisers from our 5 Member Lodges
  • Section Committee Chairman and Advisers
  • Conclave Service Lodge Youth Coordinator and Adult Adviser

COC voting privileges on Section and Conclave matters are reserved for the 9 key youth members on the committee (Section Officers (3), Past Section Chief and Member Lodge Chiefs (5)).

Lodge Associate Advisers, Lodge Staff Advisers, Scout Executives and Youth Lodge Officers from our member lodges are also gladly invited and encouraged to attend the Section’s COC meetings.

Northeast Region NLS and NLATS Training OpportunitiesnlsnlatsFP

The next NLS and NLATS opporturtunities in the the Northeast Region are:

  • November 13-15, 2015 – National Leadership Seminar (NLS), Alpine Scout Camp, Alpine, NJ
  • November 13-15, 2015 – National Lodge Adviser Training Seminar (NLATS), Alpine Scout Camp, Alpine, NJ

Registration materials when available can be found on the NLS and NLATS pages at the Northeast Region Order of the Arrow web site, under the programs tab. If you are interested in attending, please contact your Lodge Chief or Lodge Adviser. Please register early as these courses typically fill up very quickly.You must submit your registration information to your Lodge Adviser for approval and submission to the Region.

These are amazing training opportunities that all current and future lodge leaders (both youth and adults) should attend.

ArrowTour: Our National Centennial Experience

ArrowTour is an interactive event for Scouts, volunteers, and Scouting alumni that will travel throughout the country during the summer of 2015. The purpose of the tour is to commemorate the Order of the Arrow’s 100th anniversary. During the event participants will have the opportunity to learn about the Order of the Arrow, it’s story, and it’s future. Some of the program highlights include interactive exhibits, activities such as silk-screening and branding, and challenge games. Participants will have a chance to meet some of the Order’s national leaders, and alumni can learn about the Scounting Alumni Association and local alumni efforts to support Scouting in our area.

An exclusive ArrowTour Trading Post will carry ArrowTour and OA centennial merchandise. The Order of the Arrow will split the trading post proceeds with the host council. The program will conclude with a special show that recognizes the Order’s rich history and empowers participants to help shape the organization’s future. The Order of the Arrow is creating a truly unique and interactive experience for all Scouts, volunteers, and Scouting alumni.

You can find more information about the ArrowTour routes and program on the web at http://arrowtour.oa-bsa.org. You can also keep up with the tour as it makes its way around the country by following @ArrowTour on Twitter.

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