Council of Chiefs
What is the Council of Chiefs?
The Council of Chiefs, or COC, is the body of youth and advisers that handle all of Section C-6A's operations. The COC and its members decide on all section matters, plan the annual conclave, and share ideas between all six of our lodges. The Council of Chiefs is lead by the section chief with the aide of the section vice chief and secretary. The three section officers and the six lodge chiefs are the voting members of the COC. Council of Chiefs meetings are open to all Arrowmen, so talk to your lodge chief if you are interested in serving the Order at the section level!
The next Council of Chiefs meeting will take place on January 21, 2018. The meeting will be held in Indianapolis at the Crossroads of America Council Service Center. If you are interested in attending, be sure to talk to your loge chief to get all of the information!
The following Council of Chiefs meeting will be held March 4, 2018 at the Crossroads of America Council Service Center.
All COC meetings run from 1-5pm Eastern time.
Interested in the operations of the Council of Chiefs but can't attend a meeting? Need to reference the motions approved at the last meeting? You've come to the right place! Minutes from recent COC meetings can be found on the Resources page of our website.
2018 Conclave Vice Chiefs
Conclave vice chiefs are non-voting members of the COC. Each conclave vice chief, or CVC, is the head of a committee responsible for planning a portion of the annual section conclave.
Shows: Brandon S.
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Host Lodge: Riley P.