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About The Lodge

Wauna La-Mon’tay Lodge has a rich heritage of leaders over the past 65 years. We began as Hyas Chuck Kah Sun Klatawa, meaning “the great river to the west” in the fall of 1950 (Portland Area Council). In 1960 our Lodge name was changed to Skyloo, the “land of the mountain sun.” In 1994, following the merger of Columbia Pacific Council (Skyloo Lodge) and Cascade Area Council (Cole Snass Lamatai Lodge), originally chartered in 1945), we became Wauna La-Mon’tay Lodge, the “great river that flows from the mountains.”

Chapters

Our lodge consists of 8 chapters, each corresponding to a district in our council.

Spirit Lake

Covering _____ and ____, the Spirit Lake chapter corresponds to the Spirit Lake district.

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Pacific Trail

Covering _____ and ____, the Pacific Trail chapter corresponds to the Pacific Trail district.

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Cascadia

Covering _____ and ____, the Cascadia chapter corresponds to the Cascadia district.

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Four Winds

Covering _____ and ____, the Four Winds chapter corresponds to the Rivers Edge district.

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Grey Wolf

Covering _____ and ____, the Grey Wolf chapter corresponds to the Santiam River district.

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Huckleberry

Covering _____ and ____, the Huckleberry chapter corresponds to the Timberline district.

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Mid Columbia

Covering _____ and ____, the Mid Columbia chapter corresponds to the Mid Columbia district.

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Pacific Shores

Covering _____ and ____, the Pacific Shores chapter corresponds to the Pacific Shores district.

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