Welcome to the official page of the Tamegonit Lodge Executive Committee (LEC). Here you will find links to details about the elected Lodge Officers, Chapter information, and each of the Lodge Committees. Also, there is a brief description of what the LEC is and when the LEC meets. Links to 2015 position descriptions for our elected officers and forms are at the bottom of this page.
The Tamegonit Lodge Key 3 for 2016 is:
Phillip Vaughn, Lodge Chief
Paul Davis, Lodge Adviser
Rick Reeve, Lodge Staff Adviser
To contact a member of the Key 3, please e-mail Rick Reeve at or call (816) 569-4923 or 1-800-776-1110 extension 4923. The Key 3 provides leadership to the LEC and helps guide the lodge leadership, and, in turn, the lodge, to meets its goals and obligations on a yearly basis. The Lodge Chief is elected by the youth on a yearly basis. The Lodge Adviser is appointed by the Scout Executive on a yearly basis (often times for multiple consecutive years). The Lodge Staff Adviser is the Scouting Professional assigned by the Scout Executive to support the Lodge on a day-to-day basis.
The Lodge Executive Committee, or LEC, consists of the seven elected Lodge Officers, 13 Chapters Chiefs, 39 operating Lodge Committee Chairmen as appointed by the Lodge Chief working with the Lodge Vice-Chiefs, the immediate Past Lodge Chief, as well as their adult advisers, the Council Camping Committee Chairman or his/her representative, and the Scout Executive or his/her designee. These youth comprise the voting members of the LEC; adult advisers are non-voting members of the LEC. The committee is chaired by the Lodge Chief.
The LEC generally meets the third Thursday of every month at the Scout Service Center (check the council calendar). Committee Chairs are encouraged to meet with the elected officer to which they report at 6:30 p.m., prior to the beginning of the LEC Meeting at 7:00 p.m. The LEC Meeting generally runs for about an hour, depending on the business the LEC deems necessary to conduct. All LEC Meetings are open to all members of the lodge.
Lodge Executive Committee Responsibilities
The Lodge Executive Committee plans and runs each of the activities of the lodge.
For more information on the Lodge Officers, click here.
For more information on the Lodge Chapters, click here.
For more information on the Lodge Committees, click here.
To view the current Tamegonit Lodge Organization Chart, click here. To view a description of each of the Lodge Committees, go to Lodge Committees.
Elected Lodge Youth Leadership Position Descriptions
Tamegonit Lodge is governed by its own set of By-Laws. These are the rules by which the lodge operates to ensure everything it does is in accordance with the BSA, the national Order of the Arrow committee and the Heart of America Council. They are amendable by direction of the LEC and the voting lodge members. Click here to download a copy of the current Tamegonit Lodge By-Laws. This most current version of the By-Laws was approved by the voting members of Tamegonit Lodge on September 22, 2012.