We of the Tosohatchee chapter of Tipisa lodge are a fun loving group with everything from leadership opportunities to a strong American Indian program.
Do you like taking leadership roles? Tosohatchee Chapter has created several good leaders in the past and currently hold a strong presence on the Lodge Committee, of which the lodge equivalent of an SPL is from our chapter. We also allow the opportunity for youth to create all new subcommittees if we happen to be missing what your looking for; creating endless opportunities for fun and leadership.
American Indian program
Our American Indian program has been going strong for many years and has acquired our own full four person set of Seminole regalia. We also have a very experienced craftsmen in our chapter with seminole regalia who can guide you on how to make your own seminole regalia. We also have our own Native American Drum Team and Drum that meet together and practice and learn real Native American songs.
The Tosohatchee Chapter meeting is scheduled every third Thursday at the Little Econ District Roundtable starting at 7:30 PM (unless notified).
- Chapter Meeting Structure
- 6:00 PM — Tosohatchee Chapter OA Café opens to serve food to the members of the District Roundtable, staff and OA.
7:30 PM — Tosohatchee Chapter meeting begins with opening.
7:45 PM — Breakout sessions begin.
8:15 PM — Main instructional/information/demonstration/event preparation to all Chapter members.
8:30 PM — Closing and dismissal.
Here is the address for those who need directions to the Little Econ Roundtable:Center Pointe Community Church of the Nazarene
9580 Curry Ford Road
Orlando, FL 32825