Lodge Officers Descriptions
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Service as a lodge officer is not for everyone. Lodge Officers are expected to be able to budget their time between school, family, religious and other responsibilities with what is required of them as a lodge officer
Each Lodge Officer is expected to do the following:
Attend ALL scheduled Lodge Events/Service Weekends or Days and the Section Conclave and any events the Lodge has been asked to help with.
Attend ALL scheduled Lodge Executive Committee Meetings and provide a written report to be added to the minutes.
Attend any scheduled Council/District meetings they are asked to or are required to attend.
Officers are expected to attend and participate in a limited number of other meetings, planning sessions, and special projects throughout the lodge year, especially throughout the fall of the current year as we plan the new year.
Regularly communicate with their adviser, chairmen, and other officers and committee team members throughout the year.
Meet the goals and milestones that are set.
Help recruit, train, and lead lodge members in carrying out the lodge’s year-round program.
Set the example by correctly wearing a full Class A uniform.
Always conduct themselves according to the highest standards of the Scout Oath, Scout Law, and Order of the Arrow Obligation.
They will submit newsletter articles for each newsletter.
Executive Vice-Chief: *
Secretary & Treasurer/Trading Post Manager:
Vice Chief of Communications:
Vice Chief of Ceremonies:
Vice Chief of Program:
Vice Chief of Membership Relations (3 People): (Council Service Area Representative)
Eastern (Potter and Allegany Counties, and the communities of Olean, Allegany, Hinsdale and Portville in Cattaraugus County, and Port Allegany in McKean County.)
Central (McKean and Cattaraugus Counties, Minus the communities of Olean, Allegany, Hinsdale and Portville in Cattaraugus County, and Port Allegany in McKean County.)
Western (Chautauqua County)