For 2017, 31 lodges in councils across the nation were chosen to receive a combined total of $50,000 in matching grants via the OA Service Grant program to enable them to provide cheerful service to their local council camps.
With a plethora of resources for the #ChooseOA campaign, it is important for your lodge and chapter to be able to use them effectively.
#ChooseOA has been developed to address the marketing needs of lodge and chapter officers by providing resources that can be used to promote Order of the Arrow programs to unit leaders, parents and potential Arrowmen.
A team of youth leaders was selected to lead a task force that will reimagine the LLD training program.
Section chiefs from around the country elected the youth leaders who will plan and execute Operation Arrow, the OA’s massive service effort at the 2017 National Jamboree. Find out how you can be a part of this historic effort.
Interested in dance or other American Indian activities? Plan to attend Wachipi, an American Indian Seminar at Philmont Scout Ranch this summer!
Read about 2017 National Chief Forrest Gertin and National Vice Chief Talon Parker, who were elected by section chiefs from across the country at the National Planning Meeting.
This guide provides information on Order of the Arrow unit elections to both members and non-members. Lodges and chapters are encouraged to copy and reference sections of the Guide to Unit Elections and provide them to officers, committees, and advisers that need them.
The 2017 national chief and national vice chief were elected Tuesday evening at the national planning meeting.