Meet the 2002
The operation of NOAC is divided into ten subcommittees. These committees worked hard
long before the conference began. All the work that is done by these committees is
being directed by Section
Chiefs who were elected at the National Planning Meeting to be Conference Vice-Chiefs. Take a
look at the ten 2002 Conference Vice-Chiefs.
Founders Day CVC
Lodge: Shunkah Mahneetu #407
Hometown: Idaho Falls, ID
What did you do over the summer? Supervisor at a Development Facility for Disabled
Inductions and Ceremonial Events CVC
Lodge: Ku-Ni-Eh #145
Hometown: Cincinnati, OH
What did you do over the summer? Assisstant ranger at Dan
Beard Scout Reservation.
American Indian Events CVC
Lodge: Anpetu-We #100
What did you do over the summer? OA ceremonies.
Camping and High Adventure CVC
Lodge: Chilantakoba #397
Hometown: Houma, LA
What did you do over the summer? Salmen Scout Reservation Staff.
Special Events CVC
Lodge: Quelqueshoe #166
Hometown: Salphus, LA
What did you do over the summer? OA Conclave and volunteer at summer camp.
Competitions and Recreations CVC
Lodge: Kiskakon #75
Ft. Wayne, IN
What did you do over the summer? Worked as a counselor at a church camp.
Lodge: Tipisa #326
Hometown: Orlando, FL
What did you do over the summer? Worked as a counselor for Winn Dixie Scout Reservation.
Lodge: Tamegonit #147
What did you do over the summer? Worked at Camp Naish, worked with the TRUTH Campaign
Host Lodge Chief
Lodge: Nischia Chuppecat #212
What did you do over the summer? Worked at Camp Maumae as Achery
Edward T. Clifford III
Lodge: Unami #1
What did you do over the summer? Worked as a lifeguard at an apratment