Service Project – Greater St Louis Honor Flight
If you have never been to a Greater St Louis Honor Flight you are in for a very
special and moving celebration of some of this country’s great military Veterans.
You can read more about the Honor Flight below.
WHEN: Saturday May 18, 2019
WHERE: St Louis Lambert Airport – Terminal 2 (SWA) – arrive before 6:30pm
Around 40 scouts will go into the terminal to form a welcome home line with our active military. The rest will help by holding flags at the entrance to the welcome home celebration.
There will be limited number of adults that can go into the terminal with the Scouts (usually 1 adult for every 10 scouts). But, all adults and family members of all ages are welcome to be a part of the welcome celebration in the terminal near the ticket counters.
When you arrive at Terminal 2 proceed to the MAIN UPPER LEVEL and look for the Chapter Chief or Adviser (or the gathering of Arrowmen). Once we are all present, they will escort ~40 of us through Airport Security.
Parking may be a bit challenging. You can park in the Terminal 2/East Terminal (there is a charge). If it is full, please plan accordingly – some volunteers carpool and park at the Parking Spot. Carpooling is encouraged.
Greater St. Louis Honor Flight honors St. Louis area veterans’ service to our country by providing an all-inclusive trip to Washington, DC to visit the memorials built in their honor.
Highlights of our one-day trip include visits to the World War II Memorial, the Korean War Memorial, and the Vietnam Memorial as well as the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery and the Lincoln Memorial. Everywhere we go, civilians take time to acknowledge and honor the men and women on our trips.
To learn more, go to www.gslhonorflight.org
As the officers talked and promised during the elections at Fall Reunion, your feedback is important to us. We would like to learn what you want to do at the Chapter level so it truly is YOUR OA.
Below is a link to a survey about past Chapter meetings and service projects concerning how you think they have run in the past and how you think they should run in the future. Please click on the link to bring up the survey. Enter your answers and ideas and submit. Entering your name is optional.
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The mission of the Order of the Arrow is to fulfill its purpose as an integral part of the Boy Scouts of America through positive youth leadership under the guidance of selected capable adults. As Scouting’s National Honor Society, our purpose is to:
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2. Participated in *one* service projects
3. Attend *one* Lodge Event as listed below:
Fall Reunion, Fellowship Banquet, or Spring Conclave
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Six days and nights of camping (Such as summer camp)
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