Lodge Vice Chief of Indian Affairs
Catawba Lodge has many committees that help run the lodge. These committees include Dance Team, Drum Team, Ceremony Support, Flute Team, and more. Some of these teams also will compete at Dixie, a Lodge competition event that is held annually for Southern Region Lodges. Being in a committee is a great way to get involved with the Lodge and have fun while you're here.

Listed below are committees that the Lodge Vice-Chief of Indian Affairs is responsible for.  If you are interested in being involved, email the Lodge Vice-Chief of Indian Affairs.

Dance Team
This group meets and learns about the history of dance, construction of regalia, and dance technique in order to perform Native American dances. They help uphold the traditions of the Native Americans, upon which our Order was founded. They do performances as requested for the Lodge, other Scout groups, and community groups, and are a great enhancement to program.

Drum Team
This team learns about various styles of Native American singing and drumming, in order to perform at Lodge events or elsewhere. They provide a great accompaniment to the dancers on the Dance Team, but are also a joy to see without dancers. Like the Dance Team, they perform for the Lodge, other Scout groups, and community organizations as requested.

Flute Team
The Flute Team welcomes Arrowmen from Catawba Lodge who share an appreciation of the Native American Flute. This team learns about various styles of Native American flutes and music, in order to perform at Lodge events and as part of the ceremonies. They provide a great accompaniment to the Ceremony Team, but are also fun to listen to and to be a part. Like the other teams, they perform for the Lodge, other Scout groups, and community organizations as requested. 

Indian Village