Fall Fellowship 

Event Schedule

Friday, September 10

6:00-9:00: Registration – Woodruff Dining Hall

8:00-9:00: AIA Drumming- Rizor Porch

9:00: Chapter Totem Design – Carlock Pavilion

10:15: Cracker Barrel – Woodruff Dining Hall

11:00-11:15: Clean-up Cracker Barrel reset for breakfast

11:30: Light Out

Saturday, September 11

7:30: Mile Run – Meet at Donnell Nature Center

8:00: Breakfast – Woodruff Dining Hall

8:45-10:00: Morning Session 1

  • Morning Shooting Session – rifle shooting dueling tree
  • Tomahawks – Shotgun Range               

10:15-12:15: Morning Session 2

  • Morning Shooting Session – Rifle shooting Texas 5 star
  • Tomahawks – Shotgun Range
  • Elections Training – Mack Mountain Studio – 1 Rep. from every Chapter

12:30: Lunch – Woodruff Dining Hall

1:15-2:15: Camp wide Service Project – youth and adult (required, location TBA)

2:30- 4:30: Afternoon Session

  • Drum Stick Making – Carlock Pavilion
  • Ultimate Frisbee – Lodge wide Game – Parade Field

4:00: Lodge Officer Petitions due – Woodruff Dining Hall

5:00-6:00: Lodge Officer Forum and Elections – Mack Mountain Studio (all youth attend)

5:00-6:00: Trailblazer Adventure Camp Training – Carlock Pavilion (all adults attend)

6:30: Brotherhood Trail begins – (TBA)

6:30: Dinner – Woodruff Dining Hall

8:15: Closing Campfire – Pirrung Amphitheatre

  • Vigil Honor Callout
  • Brotherhood Ceremony – Old Council Ring

9:30: AIA Drumming – Rizor Porch

9:30: Switch Games – Carlock Pavilion

10:15: Cracker Barrel – Woodruff Dining Hall

11:00-11:15: Clean-up Cracker Barrel reset for breakfast

11:30 Light Out


Sunday, September 12

7:40: Interfaith Worship – Woodruff Dining Hall

8:15: Breakfast – Woodruff Dining Hall

9:00: Camp clean-up by chapter – assignments posted on bulletin board in Woodruff Dining Hall

  • Once camp is clean: LEC – Mack Mountain Studio
Campsite Assignments

Achewon Woapalanne Campsite 7
Echota Campsite 12
Etowah Campsite 10
Kennesaw Campsite 7
Lowanne Nimat Campsite 12
Nagatamen Campsite 10
Osten Nokose Campsite 11
Silepl Ilaonëtu Campsite 7
Tella Qualla Boundary Campsite 11
Wesadicha Campsite 10
Wvhvlv en Hvresse Campsite 10



Interfaith Service Program

Interfaith Service
Fall Fellowship
Woodruff Scout Camp

Opening Prayer

Mighty God, thank you for the opportunity to be here in the midst of the beauty and majesty of your creation. Give us the strength to endure the challenges of this day, the wisdom to enjoy each moment, and the courage to push ourselves further than we ever have before. Bless each Scout and each leader and help us each to grow into the people you call us to be.



Responsive Reading – A Litany of the Scout Law

Leader: A true and worthy person recognizes his obligations and does them without being watched or compelled.

Scouts: A Scout is trustworthy.

Leader: We owe much to many – to home, school, community, nation, and to God.

Scouts: A Scout is loyal.

Leader: The Good Samaritan showed the spirit of doing a good turn.

Scouts: A Scout is helpful.

Leader: No one likes a grouchy self-centered person who only cares about themselves. We must be willing to share our time with others.

Scouts: A Scout is friendly.

Leader: Courtesy is the mark of all faiths. It is shown in thoughtful acts and kindly respect for everyone.

Scouts: A Scout is courteous.

Leader: Kindliness is the way people show respect for others.

Scouts: A Scout is kind.

Leader: Life is filled with things that we must do whether we like them or not. One of the marks of growing up is our readiness to accept responsibilities willingly.

Scouts: A Scout is obedient.

Leader: Our moods make our days. If we are grouchy, our day is gloomy. If we are happy, our day is always brighter.

Scouts: A Scout is cheerful.

Leader: The world offers many gifts. A wise person uses them with care.

Scouts: A Scout is thrifty.

Leader: To each of us comes danger, difficult tasks, and temptations. In the choice of courage or cowardice, may we be brave.

Scouts: A Scout is brave.

Leader: Cleanliness is said to be next to Godliness. To have a clean body, a clean mind, and a clean record is a rewarding achievement worthy of praise.

Scouts: A Scout is clean.

Leader: Most of our character is determined by the things we worship. Whatever we put first in our life will determine the course and content of our life. When God is first, everything else falls into place.

Scouts: A Scout is reverent.


All: Give us clean hands, clean words, and clean thoughts, O God. Teach us to work hard and to play fairly. Forgive us when we are unkind and help us to help others. Send us strength to do a good turn each day and help us to do your will in all areas of our life.


Scripture Reading – Isaiah 40:28-31

Do you not know?

Have you not heard?

The Lord is the everlasting God,

the Creator of the ends of the earth.

He will not grow tired or weary,

and his understanding no one can fathom.

He gives strength to the weary

and increases the power of the weak.

Even youths grow tired and weary,

and young men stumble and fall;

but those who hope in the Lord

will renew their strength.



Are you an Eagle Scout? If not, are you pursuing that path?

Are you helping others to pursue that path (youth or adults)?

We can learn from eagles and how we observe them in nature.

One day, a fisherman watched as a mother eagle dropped

a young eaglet into the canyon below.

The eaglet plummeted and fluttered. It appeared that it was about to

be dashed to its death on the rocks below, when out of the

sky plunged the father eagle and caught his offspring on his broad back.

Then he flew up high and dropped the young one again.

This time the mother caught the little one on her back.

The routine was repeated until the little eagle learned to fly.

God gives us opportunities to try our wings so that we might learn to fly on our own.

Certainly, the scouting experience is one of these learning and growing

opportunities. So are many of the other aspects of Scouting, from weekend campouts and OA events to Philmont and other high adventure opportunities.

God said to the Israelites on their wilderness trek,

“I bore you on eagles’ wings.”

God always watches over us and spreads His wings of protection beneath us.

So lift up your head and rejoice!



May God bless us and protect us;

May God show us favor and be gracious to us;

May God show us kindness and grant us peace. Amen

Camp Cleanup Assignments

Achewon Woapalanne Mack Mountain Studio, Rizor Porch
Echota Dining Hall
Etowah Dining Hall
Kennesaw Carlock Pavilion
Lowanne Nimat Shower House #7
Nagatamen Shower House #1
Osten Nokose Shower House #7
Silepl Ilaonëtu Shower House #1
Tella Qualla Boundary Dining Hall
Wesadicha Mack Mountain Studio, Rizor Porch
Wvhvlv en Hvresse Mack Mountain Studio, Rizor Porch
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