WOFAB Update

Hello everyone,

The Oregon DeMolay State Council is proud to announce information about our annual Weekend of Friendship and Brotherhood (WOFAB)! All members of the Masonic family and their friends are encouraged to attend, including Sweethearts, Rainbow, and Jobs Daughters. This is a fantastic event to bring your prospects to!

This year’s WOFAB will be held at Sutton Campground in Florence, Oregon. The state will be providing food on Saturday and Sunday, but will only be providing snacks on Friday, so please make sure you bring something to eat or get something before you arrive.

The cost will only be $35 for a weekend full of fun and amazing activities. Below is the basic itinerary for the weekend. We can’t wait to see you there! 

To Pay, you can go to https://squareup.com/store/oregon-demolay  and click on the WOFAB PAYMENT button, or you can send a check to the DeMolay Office P.O. Box 66214  Portland, OR 97290

Checks Must be Received by August 23rd. 

Friday

•         4PM to 6PM – Arrival

•         4PM to 7PM – Snacks from state or Chapters go get dinners

•         7PM to Dark – Capture the flag

•         10PM – Quiet time

•         12AM – Lights out

Saturday

•         8AM – Wakeup call

•         8 to 9AM – Breakfast

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9:30AM to 12PM – Sword fighting contest and various games

•         12 to 1PM – Lunch (SMC, SJC, Dad Thornburgh leave to get Sand boards)

•         1PM to 4PM – Sandboarding

•         4:30PM to 6PM – Beach Time/Swim time

•         6:30PM to

7:30PM – Dinner

•         7:30PM to Dark – Free time

•         Dark – Campfire and Smores

•         10PM – Quiet time

•         12AM – Lights out

Sunday

•         Leave by 10AM

 

Douglas J. Van Anda
State Master Councilor

 



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