So you want to be Vice Chief of Indian Affairs?


Vice Chief of Indian Affairs is an appointed position

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • General duties of all Officers
  • Recruit members for dance and drum teams
  • Encourage knowledge of and participation in various Native American crafts (beading, leatherwork, sand painting, etc.)
  • Serve as a clearinghouse for request and coordinates teams for special presentations, such as Indian dances at Blue and Gold, Cub Day Camp, Webelos Arrow of Light ceremonies, etc.
  • Maintain the Indian regalia and props in good condition
  • Ensure that all regalia is there when you need it (Camp-o-Ree, Ordeal, Pow-Wow, and Webelos Woods/Camporall) including the Tee-Pees for Camp-o-Ree
  • Coordinates training of the:
    • Ceremonies Teams (Pre Ordeal, Ordeal, Brotherhood)
    • Dance Team
    • Drum and Song Team
  • Completes/updates the Lodge Indian Affairs Report form and Ceremonies Member Roster form each month and submits them on time each month to the Chapter Chief to turn-in at the monthly Lodge Executive Committee (LEC) Meetings

Time Commitment (all are required)

  • Maintain, repair, and transport regalia – 4 – 6 hours every quarter
  • Camp-o-Ree – 1 weekend in spring

Personal skills and talents

  • Active in either drumming, dance, crafting, or ceremonies teams
  • Organized
  • Interested in native American crafts
  • Having your own transportation is useful
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