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MOWW Fm 27, Chapter Activity Report (CAR)

CHOOSE THE PERIOD OF REPORT *

READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS VERY CAREFULLY!

  • Chapter commanders must submit two CARs annually:
    • The mid-term CAR (1 July-31 December) covers the initial 6 months of the reporting Operating Year (OY), to be submitted no earlier than 1 January and no later than 31 January. It is intended to monitor the progress of the Order to make any mid-year course corrections necessary.
    • The End-of-Year (FULL YEAR) CAR (1 July - 30 June) covers the entire reporting OY, to be submitted no earlier than 1 July and no later than 31 July.
  • Fill in ALL items. Every question should have an answer.
    • If there is nothing to report for a question, indicate "0" (zero, i.e., nothing to report).
    • If the question is not applicable, indicate "N/A," i..e., Not Applicable).
    • Answers must be applicable (have occurred) in the reporting period indicated.
  • MOWW does not require chapter commanders to pre-coordinate their CAR before submitting it online via MOWW's website. However, if region commanders require chapter commanders to coordinate their CAR results with them prior to a chapter commander's online submission, the chapter commander's CAR submission due dates above still apply.
 

CHAPTER & CHAIN OF COMMAND INFORMATION (FILL IN ALL ITEMS, I.E., A-H)
(Look up email addresses in the MOWW National Directory on the MOWW website)

SG-1: RECRUIT, CONVENE & INVOLVE COMPANIONS

1. The chapter increased its end strength by a net 4% after all losses were taken into account (REF: Monthly Region Report):*

3. The number of general chapter meetings held (REF: SG-1, “The MOWW chain of command and staff elements (e.g., committees) will assist chapters in holding chapter meetings at least every other month."): *

SG-2: PROVIDE COMPANION LEADERSHIP AND POSITION TRAINING

5.  Chapter commander familiarizaton and training:
7. The number of chapter Companions who attended the fall and spring region conferences:
8. The number of chapter Companions who attended the reporting OY MOWW Convention: *

SG-3: MENTOR & DEVELOP COMPANIONS

9. The chapter commander identified and mentored chapter Companions to prepare them to assume chapter leadership roles: *

10. The chapter commander developed a leadership succession plan: *

SG-4: CONDUCT CHAPTER ADVERTISING & PUBLICITY

11. The number of chapter newsletters (or chapter commander emails, bulletins, etc.) regularly distributed to all chapter Companions: *

12. The number of chapter newsletters (or chapter commander emails, bulletins, etc.) hosted on the MOWW website: *
13. The chapter has a dedicated social media presence, e.g., Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Tumbler, Twitter: *
14. The number of chapter news releases distributed to local media (e.g., newspapers, television, radio, online) highlighting chapter activities, events, outreach programs, and accomplishments: *
15. The number of articles and op-ed pieces published (not simply submitted) in The Officer Review on any subject:  *
16. The number of "Chapters in Action" submissions published in The Officer Review: *

SG-5: EXPAND & IMPROVE CHAPTER OUTREACH PROGRAMS

17. The number of national program award submission packages the chapter submitted to the applicable MOWW national committee (e.g., GAS Pershing Chapter of the Year Award, Patriotic Education Program Award, ROTC Program Award, Scouting Program Award, Law & Order Awards): *

18. The number of MOWW ROTC and JROTC Medals of Merit presented: 
19. The number of MOWW Certificates of Recognition (BSA) presented:
21. The number of Youth Leadership Conferences (YLC) and Youth Leadership Seminars (YLS) the chapter hosted: *
22. The number of Youth Leadership Conferences (YLC) and Youth Leadership Seminars (YLS) the chapter supported (do not include YLCs/YLSs hosted): *
23. The number of high school students (including those homeschooled) the chapter sent to YLCs/YLSs, i.e., funded to attend: *
24. The number of Youth Merit Medals (YMM) the chapter presented to YLC/YLS students (YMM recipients must be <18 years of age): *
27. The number of Veterans Affairs Outreach Program activities/events the chapter hosted (include guest speakers during chapter meetings): *
28. The number of Law & Order/First Responder Outreach Program activities/events the chapter hosted (include guest speakers during chapter meetings): *
29. The number of National Security Outreach Program activities/events the chapter hosted (include guest speakers during chapter meetings): *
30. The number of Homeland Security Outreach Program activities/events the chapter hosted (include guest speakers during chapter meetings): *
31. The number of chapter Companion-presented briefings on any topic given to community organizations: *
32. The number of MOWW Silver Patrick Henry Medals (SPHM) the chapter presented to non-Companion recipients: *
33. The number of MOWW Bronze Patrick Henry Medals (BPHM) the chapter presented to non-Companion recipients (BPHM recipients must be <18 years of age): *
34. The number of MOWW Bronze Patrick Henry Organizational Awards (plaques) the chapter presented to non-Companion groups: *
35. The number of MOWW Youth Merit Medals the chapter presented to non-Companion recipients (do not include YLC/YLS students counted in #23). YMM recipients must be <18 years of age: *
36. The number of chapter-unique honors the chapter presented to non-Companion individuals or groups: *

SG-6: RECOGNIZE COMPANION EXCELLENCE

37. Number of MOWW honors the chapter presented to chapter Companions:

37d. MOWW National Citations. Per the MOW Policy Manual (Chapter 7, Para B. 9.a.), recipients must be a Companion but not a National Officer). Also see the MOWW Constitition (Article V, Section 1.): *

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