One of the hidden gems of the recreation area is just a mat roll away.
Movie buffs, food lovers or any youth staff who just want to kick back after a long day at the jamboree are welcome to join the Operation Arrow Recreation Committee in the D-Stress Zone, game tent and movie theater any night of the week.
After a long day at the 2017 National Jamboree, staff members who are looking to sit back, relax, destress and have a good time will have plenty of opportunities.
The Order of the Arrow is partnering with the National Scouting Museum’s “Scouting Memories Project” to host the Oral History Project at the 2017 National Jamboree. This youth-focused project, led by the four region chiefs, hopes to attract stories about Scouting big, small, old and new.
It was 102 years ago, on July 16, that the first Ordeal ceremony was conducted and the Order of the Arrow (OA) was founded at Treasure Island Scout Reservation in the Delaware River area of Pennsylvania.
Calling all Arrowmen! All Indian Village, Service Corps and Trek Guide team members play an essential role in the unit arrival day and stadium shows.
Are you an Operation Arrow staff member who has a special skill or a hidden talent? Now you will have the chance to share your talent at the 2017 National Jamboree with your region's Operation Arrow contingent!
In addition to Operation Arrow’s primary program areas, the Order of the Arrow will enhance the overall jamboree experience with small recreation, program, administrative services, Summit Center exhibit, aerial sports and non-emergency medical transportati