Servant Leadership Award!

We are now accepting nominations for the Section C2 Servant Leader Award! Recipients will receive a beautiful framed certificate and medal. If you want to nominate someone fill out the attached form and send it to or mail it to:
David Clegg
7469 Paradise Drive
Grand Blanc, MI 48439

Last year’s honorees were Bill Reisdorph, Jamie Callahan, Brian Chrzanowski, Jake Eccleston, and Charles Coutteau.

January CoC at Camp Rotary

The January CoC will take place at Camp Rotary on January 24th. Register for the event here and join us for American Indian Affairs  and Inductions and Ceremony Experiences trainings. Lodging will be available the night of the 23rd for $15 to cover Saturday breakfast, lunch, and lodging.

2015 NLS and NLATS

The Central Region’s 2015 NLS and NLATS registration is now open. There are 3 weekends available (listed below). The cost has increased from $175 to $180 due to increases by the training venues, but we still hope to see great participation in these excellent training opportunities.

February 27-March 1, 2015  Procter Conference Center The Diocese of Southern Ohio 11235 SR 38 SE London, Ohio 43140 (740) 206-2036

October 9-11, 2015 The Salvation Army – Wonderland Camp 9241 Camp Lake Road  Camp Lake, WI  53109 (262) 889-4305

November 6-8, 2015  Heartland Center 16965 Missouri 45, Parkville, MO 64152
(816) 891-1078

Register online here.

Conclave Registration Open

Registration is officially open for Conclave 2015: Super Secret Section Conclave! Early bird prices are available until April 12th but there’s no reason to wait until then. Help your Lodge get the largest contingent to compete for the Coup and register today. We’ll be updating the Conclave Page as we get more info but in the meantime go ahead and register.

Conclave in Review

The planning for the 2015 Conclave at Camp Gerber has begun, and we want YOUR input. What did you think about last year’s event? We want to know what you loved and what you hated, what you thought went smoothly and what needed a bit more preparation and oversight. To that end we’d love it if you’d fill out this quick survey about your time at Conclave last year.
We try to give you the best program we can, but we can’t do it without your feedback. 

Conclave 2014

And with that, another Conclave draws to a close. It was a great weekend and I hope all of you enjoyed it as much as I did. The battle for the Coup was fierce, from Saturday morning all the way to Sunday’s open mic. Every Lodge made an awesome effort, but when the smoke cleared Noquet stood victorious. Agaming handed the coup over gracefully, with a promise that next year it’d be coming back to them. With Lodges this spirited, though, who knows what’s going to happen?

Saturday evening we held the 2014-2015 Section Elections and have a new Council of Chiefs to congratulate. The candidates for Section Chief were Brandon Sinclair, Josh Blohm, Mitchell Pierpont, and Chuck Coutteau. The first round of voting narrowed it down to Brandon and Mitch, but it took several more rounds before Brandon was successfully voted in. The competition for Vice-Chief was between Mitch and Chuck, but it was Pierpont who successfully held onto his position for another year. The final vote was for Section Secretary, whose candidates were Sean Greania and Josh Blohm. It took multiple rounds of voting, but eventually Sean emerged triumphant.

Our new officers were sworn in on Sunday morning and the CoC (new and old) met for a quick meeting on Sunday afternoon. It looks like another great team for this year. If you want in on it, feel free to contact Brandon Sinclair at and let him know. We need everything from Committee Chairmen to just people to help plan next year’s Conclave, hosted by Nataepu Shohpe.

To close, I’d just like to thank everyone who helped Conclave run so beautifully this year, whether you ran a training, helped with a game, or just came with your Lodge and screamed your heart out. A special thanks to Ricky and Nick, our Regional and National chiefs respectively, thanks for coming all the way out here to celebrate with us. We couldn’t do it without any of you, and I hope we can count on you coming back next year so we can make it even better. Consider it practice for the 100th Anniversary NOAC.


Noquet with the spoils of war, the mighty Coup Stick!

Conclave Reminders

Attention all Section Conclave Attendees:

It’s almost here! Conclave begins this Friday at Camp Rotary and I can’t wait to see all of you there! The battle for the Coup Stick is shaping up to be a Battle Royal and your lodge needs your support. That said, I have a few reminders to make sure you enjoy Conclave as much as possible.

Trading Post Pre-Orders are available so put your orders in now to pick them up at Camp Rotary. They have everything from patches to toothpick holders so get them while you can.

Please make sure to bring the following to ensure you enjoy the weekend to the fullest.
Don’t forget to bring your completed BSA health form (Parts A and B)
Bring Class A uniform, Sash, and (as always) rain gear and extra socks to ensure we have the nicest weather possible
The theme is “Knights of C2″ so bring any and all spirit wear that matches the theme to help your lodge win the glory of the Coup Stick!
Speaking of spirit, make sure you know all of your lodges songs, skits, chants, and whatever else you’ve come up with. If you don’t know any, make some up and share them with your contingent because the Lodge that’s the loudest wins!

Registration will begin at 6 in the Dining Hall, please make sure you have your signed health form with you when checking in. Check in will also tell you where you’re Lodge’s Campsite/Cabin assignments are. If you’re not sure if you have a campsite or a cabin, email Zach Richardson ( or your Lodge Chief/Adviser to find out.

And last, but certainly not least, if you have any special medical needs, please make sure you mention those during check in, or email Zach and we’ll do our absolute best to accommodate you.

Yours in Brotherhood,
David Ware
Section C-2 Chief

Meet the Men at Conclave!

Ever wonder who exactly the mysterious Regional and National leadership are? Or what exactly they do? If you said yes to either of those, I have some exciting news about Conclave for all of you!

We will be officially hosting both the National and Central Region Chiefs at Camp Rotary this May. Before you meet them there, why not learn a little about who they are and where they’re from?

Central Region Chief: Ricky Angeletti
Ricky Angeletti

Ricky is currently a student at the University of Akron and a Vigil Honor Member of the OA. He’s also an Eagle Scout, and is originally from Uniontown, OH Section C-4A.

National Chief: Nick Dannemiller
Nick Dannemiller

Nick’s a student at Colarado State University majoring in Wildlife Biology. He was born in Denver, but grew up in Tualatin, Oregon. He’s an Eagle Scout from Troop 530 and a recipient of the James E. West and Founders Awards, as well as the Vigil Honor, among others. Before being elected National Chief, Nick served as Wauna La-Mon’tay’s Lodge Chief and Vice-Chief of Administration. He has served at both NOAC and OA trail crew, and wants to become a Wildlife Vet.

Both of these guys can’t wait to meet you at Conclave, so what other reasons do you need to register?