Project LEAP is the next generation of NE-2A’s Quality Lodge Summit held from 2009-2012. Project LEAP is designed to support the six lodges of the section in their efforts to improve their program and achieving Journey to Excellence recognition. This day-long training event includes sessions on a diverse set of topics such as improving Brotherhood conversion, supporting your council, ceremonies, communications and more! It also provides an opportunity for inter-lodge fellowship as well as our second Council of Chiefs meeting of the year. Training is done by a select group of Arrowmen with experience in the field of their training, and trainers consist of top-notch Arrowmen from within the Section and other parts of the Region. For more information, visit our Project Leap page here.
Project LEAP, or Lodge Excellence Assistance Program, is an event going on January 25, 2015 which has the primary purpose of fellowship with fellow Arrowman within the section and to provide training to instill new ways to help better your lodge. This event is suggested to any Arrowman who serves in a leadership position, wants to help better their lodge’s program, or just want to learn more about our Order. With the varying in knowledge and engagement, all of the training cells have been broken up in to different sets, known as tracks. Each track will cover material that is relevant to those who are suggested to be in that track. All of the training cells will be staffed by the best trainers within the section, as well as several out of section guests, all of whom are knowledgeable in the field they will be training in. To learn more about the event and to register, go to leap.ne2a.org.