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Naxa Nimat Chapter News

Are you interested in learning more about the meaning behind your Ordeal? Do you want to get better at public speaking? Do you want to develop long lasting relationships with your brothers in the Order of the Arrow? If so then ceremonies is the thing for you. We have many ceremonies coming up soon and need as many people as possible to create memorable ceremonies for everyone.

To find out how you can be involved, send an email to naxa.nimat.ceremonies@gmail. com.

The Naxa Nimat Chapter of Kittan Lodge, Order of the Arrow, meets on the second Tuesday of the month. The next meeting is Sept. 10 at the West Charlton United Methodist Church  All Lodge members, youth and adult, are invited to attend.

In recent activities, Naxa Nimat Chapter hosted a successful Fulton County YMCA Lock-In,helped serve and clean up at the Mohawk District Awards Dinner and played key roles in the Mohawk District Spring Camporee at Rotary, where a callout of new candidates was held.  Ordeal Weekend followed May 31-June 2 at Rotary.

Any candidates who were called out, but have not yet completed the Ordeal, there is another opportunity Sept.13-15 at Camp Wakpominee.  

The 2019 NE3B Section Conclave has been set for  Aug. 23-25 at Tuscarora Scout Reservation, east of Binghamton. A Star Wars theme is planned. Watch for signups.

Nicholas Pascual of Troop 4246, Clifton Park, is the Chapter Chief, with Kaleb Horning Chapter Vice-Chief of Troop 5081 in Canajoharie and Max Szczesny, Secretary, from Troop 4045 in Clifton Park.

The Naxa Nimat Chapter was created as a result of redistricting, forming the new Mohawk District, and was unveiled in October 2017 with a Chapter Merging Ceremony, joining the former Sisilija, Thayendanegea and Ta-Oun-Ya-Wat-Ha Chapters. Naxa Nimat's name means Three Brothers, and the totem is the Falcon.

James McClymonds is the Advisor, with Barb Potter, Mark Will, Scott Kilbourn, Bill Andrist, Pam Sebast and Stephen Miller as Associate Advisors.



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