Skyuka Lodge 270

Providing Cheerful Service For Over 70 Years

Skyuka Lodge 270 - Providing Cheerful Service For Over 70 Years

Carolinas Indian Seminar

The Carolinas Indian Seminar is the premiere AIA event in the area and has attendees from all over the country each year.  Hosted by Eswau Huppeday lodge, this weekend event is a great opportunity to get started in AIA or to hone your AIA skills.  There is also an option for those who would like to attend and observe rather than participate.  Specific Information and a link to get registered are shown below. Location: Mitchell Community College Continuing Education Center, 701 West Front Street, Statesville, NC Date: Friday, January 22nd to Sunday, January 24th, 2016 (Plan to arrive no earlier than 5:00 p.m. on Friday) Event Pricing:
  • Participant cost is $40– the fee includes meals, classes, Friday and Saturday powwows, information booklet, space for sleeping, and event patch.
  • Saturday Day Pass is $23– the fee includes classes, Saturday powwow, and event patch (no meals provided).
  • Saturday Day Pass w/Lunch is $29– the fee includes classes, Saturday powwow, event patch, and lunch.
  • Powwow Only Pass is $6 – the fee provides access to campus after 5:00 pm for non-registered dancers and spectators. Children 5 and under are free but should still register.

Click Here To Get Registered

Carolinas Indian Seminar – January 23rd-25th

CIS2015The 2015 Carolina Indian Seminar, hosted by the Eswua Huppeday Lodge 560,  will be held on January 23rd-25th at Mitchell Community College Continuing Education Center, 701 W Front Street Statesville, NC.  The price for the event is $38.00. We will be registering as a lodge rather than as individuals.   All checks should be made out to Eswua Huppeday Lodge 560.  All payments are due to Chris Garrison by January 3rd. The checks can be mailed to: Chris Garrison 2845 Saluda Rd. Rock Hill, SC 29730 For more information about attending the Carolina Indian Seminar, you can email Chris or you can reach him by phone: 803-230-3742

Register Now For Skyuka AIA Workshop on Sept. 13th

If you are interested in getting involved with our ceremonies team and sing and dance team, then the AIA workshop is the right place for you. The workshop will be held on September 13th at Providence Baptish Church 822 Providence Road in Gaffney, SC from 10:30 to 4:30. If you are planning to attend the AIA workshop, please RSVP our Vice Chief of American Indian Affairs Dan Watson. You can RSVP between now and until September 3rd. This will help us with ordering materials for moccasins as well as providing lunch for that day. If you are interested in making moccasins,  be sure to include when you RSVP what your shoe size is. If you have any quesitons, feel free to send us an email and we will be more then welcome to help you out.  .

2014 Carolina’s OA Indian Seminar

The 2014 Carolina's OA Indian Seminar is coming up January 24th-26th, 2014 at Mitchell Community College's Continuing Education Center in Statesville NC. The cost for the event is $38 (and worth every penny).  Checks should be made out to Eswau Huppeday Lodge. Skyuka Lodge members wishing to attend should register as part of the Skyuka Lodge contingent no later than January 1st, 2014 by sending their check with the names of those attending to: John McArthur c/o Wells & Associates, CPA, LLC 1218C John B. White, Sr. Blvd. Spartanburg, SC 29306 Need more information on being a part of the Skyuka Contingent?  Contact John via email by removing the spaces in his address shown below: jm_wacpa @ bellsouth.net You may also call him at work at 864-574-6768 or at home at 864-573-7739.

Register For Skyuka Lodge’s Fall Fellowship

Oct 25,2013 - Oct 27,2013    Time: 5:00 pm - 10:00 am

The Fall Fellowship is our time to relax and enjoy fellowship and fun with our Skyuka brothers.  Being as it is so close to Halloween, we'll  have pumpkin carving contests, costume contests, chapter games and lots of other fun.  No work is planned, but you never know when a small opportunity for service might present itself. The Fall Fellowship also is a great time for those interested in any of the many facets of the American Indian Affairs part of the OA to learn more and become involved.  Workshops on various Indian Affairs topics will be available on Saturday and the day will be topped off with a pow-wow following supper on Saturday We will be offering Brotherhood Conversion for anyone who completed their Ordeal prior to the August of this year. Registration automagically opens sometime on September 16th and closes automagically sometime on October 17th (extended three days by proclamation of the lodge chief). Everyone needs to register online, even if you elect to send your payment into the council office rather than pay through PayPal online.

So sign up and get ready to have FUN! 

2013 Fall Fellowship Registration Is Now Closed

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