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The Indian Nation FCF Staff is trying to communicate better with all FCF members.  Our Web site and email list are the most cost effective and quickest way to relay information to members of upcoming events. 

To receive official chapter FCF e-mails please register here at our web site.  Simply click on the 'Register' button at the top of this page and fill in all of the neccessary information. Also, please keep your e-mail address up to date. If your e-mail address is incorrect in the database you will not receive any e-mails.

The e-mail list will be used to keep you informed of upcoming FCF events and any changes occuring in the district (and sections.)  Please help keep the e-mail list effective by updating any changes to your e-mail address.  (Your informaion will never be sold and is used for official Royal Rangers event notification only.)

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Welcome to the Oklahoma District FCF web site

We hope that you find this web site to be a useful tool in helping to accomplish the
goals of the Frontiesman Camping Fellowship.
Ad Dare Sevire - To Give and To Serve.

If you have something you would like to share with the chapter, please use the feedback form and we'll get it added.

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Spring Trace

The 2014 Indian Nation Frontier Adventure and Spring Trace will take place on April 25th - 27st at Camp Adventure. All applications for FCF Membership must be submitted by March 15th. The application and mailing instructions can be found on the 'Forms & Applications' page. More information to come as the date get closer.

                   Fee for the trace is $25.00 per person attending. Life time members pay $15.00  $30.00 for new members applications

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Frontier Adventure
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2014 Frontier AdventureJames Stratton 2/24/2014251.55 KBDownload
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Letter from the Prez

  Hello in the lodge!

 Jan 18 2014

2014 Winter trace was a big success.

We thank God for the awesome weather that He provided. Indian Nation had a total of 87 folks at the event and 16 lodges in the village.Of that total there were 33 non-members and 29 of them were young bucks.

6 Young bucks competed in the stump preaching, we also had horn blowing. knife throwing, hawk throwing, stick throwing, black powder shooting, flint and steal, trap setting and lets not forget FCF knowledge.

The Good land trappers from the Southeast territory had the biggest brigade with 13.

We are expecting God to move in a mighty way this year!

Lets all stay tuned in to what the Holy Spirit has to say and listen to the voice of God.

Lets make 2014 one of the best years to remember.

So lets get those applications for new members filled out and sent in, Spring trace is just around the corner.

See you pilgrims later.

Jim "No fun Mouse Hawk" Stratton

 

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Chapter Blacksmith Shop
Gary 'Hardtack' Martin and Tony 'Brillo' Allen are asking that if anyone has any blacksmithing tools they would like to donate to the chapter to please contact them. They are wanting to make the blacksmith shop well equipped with the neccessary tools to complete projects. They are looking for all kinds of tools. So if you have an old forge that is taking up space in your garage, they would be happy to help you find a new home for it.
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