Policies and Procedures

Lodge Policies and Procedures
 
Committee Reports
All Lodge Officers, Committee Chairman and Chapter Chiefs must turn in a written copy of their Executive Committee Report to the lodge Secretary.
 
Main Motions
All main motions made at the Executive Committee meetings must be submitted to the lodge Secretary in writing.
Agenda Notes
New Business not included on the Executive Committee Agenda may not be raised for discussion during the meeting. Agenda items will be placed on the agenda at the request of any Officer, Chairman, or Chapter Chief. Agenda items may be added until the Secretary prints the agenda. The Lodge Chief may add items to the agenda any time during the meeting.
 
Camp Departure
No youth member (under the age of 21) of the Lodge may leave from any Lodge, Section, Regional or National Event without:
1. Submitting written documentation signed by a parent or legal guardian relieving the Lodge, all advisers, and the Council of any and all responsibility for the youth’s health and safety.
2. Notify the Lodge Advisor or Staff Advisor of his departure.
 
Uniforms
All members must be in Official Scout Uniform to register at Lodge, Section, Regional and National activities. All Ordeal Candidates must be in Official Scout Uniform to register at Ordeals. All brothers and candidates must be in Official Scout Uniform from Saturday Evening retreat, dinner, all ceremonies, and all General Lodge Meetings.
 
Requirements for Office
1. Under 21 years of age during the entire term of office.
2. Be currently registered in a Scout Unit and the Lodge.
3. Meet the following requirements for the Offices Listed below:
A. Lodge Chief
1. Have served on the Executive Committee as a member or as an Officer for one (1) full term upon induction.
2. Be enrolled as a student in a high school or college or university located within the council, or have completed high school and currently reside within the council.
3. Be a Brotherhood or Vigil Honor Member.
B. Vice-Chief(s)
1. Have served on the Executive Committee as a member or as an Officer.
2. Be enrolled as a student in a high school or college or university located within the council, or have completed high school and currently reside within the council.
3. Be a Brotherhood or Vigil Honor Member.