Operation Service: 150 OA members work with Lansing authorities and MSU staff in an exercise to practice evacuating the Spartan Stadium.
Arrowmen from all over the country filled the Breslin Student Event Center for The American Indian Events Show Monday night.
Ninety-one years ago, Dr. E. Urner Goodman and Col. Carroll A. Edson founded the Order of the Arrow. On Wednesday at NOAC, our founders were honored with the Founders Day Festival.
During a panel discussion Tuesday at the Kellogg Center, Arrowmen had asked questions about upcoming national functions, including the 2007 World Scout Jamboree and the 2010 National Scout Jamboree.
After a busy week at the conference the participants get to chill out at a conference sponsored party. The event consisted of dunking booths, a band, and lots of fresh root beer.
The Region Gatherings draw together the lodges of each region for fellowship introduce the region chief and section chiefs, and inspire the members of the lodges.
Participants from the three High Adventure bases reunited at the 2006 NOAC to share their history and to meet old friends.
Founders Day is a day to celebrate the origins of our Order, gather for food and fellowship, and end NOAC with a bang. What better way is there to kick off the Founders Day party than with a parade?
Arrowmen come to play at the Goodman Games featuring over 22 games at five different stations.
Native American Activities are at the heart of many things Order of the Arrow. At Founders Day a pow wow was held in the old Hockey rink with well over 200 dancers.
Learn how the Order of Arrow is preserving its exciting 91 years of history, memories and documents. This effort is being led by the Historical Preservation & Archiving subcommittee of the National Order of the Arrow Committee.
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