he Kia Kima Alumni Association seeks to recognize and honor those donors who make the experience of Kia Kima possible through this catalog. For more information on how to give a named gift, please contact the Chickasaw Council directly.
Given by Wilma G. Person and Annie L. Golightly in honor of the Golightly Family
Presented by and in honor of Jim and Sadie Middleton
Presented by Bob Brooks in memory of Robert C. Brooks, Sr.
Presented by David W. Williams and Friends in memory of Ralph K. Manus, Jr.
The log cabin at the Mesara Outpost is named in honor of T. Thane Smith, Jr. of Troop 64.
The hand pump and well at Mesara Outpost were donated by the Scouts and alumni of Troop 34 in 2003.
The Council Ring donated in honor of the friendship between Mr. McGuire and Keith Von Almen.
Named in honor of John A. Cooper's generous donations of the land and generously building the Administration Building, Dining Hall, well, and roads.
Named in honor of John A. Cooper's generous donation of building the lake itself.
The Osage Staff Center is named in honor of Humphrey E. Folk, Jr, the Chickasaw Council's Camp Development Chairman from 1983 to 1988.
The Camp Cherokee Commissary/Trading Post was dedicated to the memory of Jean M. Ulmer on July 13, 1995.
He earned the rank of Eagle in 1944 and throughout his adult life devoted much of his time to Scouting. He was a Scoutmaster, served on numerous Wood Badge Staffs, and was Council Contingency Leader to the 1981 National Jampree. Jean was known for his excellence in firebuilding, authored and published How to Build A Camp Fire. His numerous honors include the Scouter's Key, Commissioners Arrowhead, the Commissioner's Key, District Award of Merit, Order of the Arrow Vigil, and the Silver Beaver Award.