News, ideas, and information for lodge leadership.
On June 7, 2014, the American Hiking Society sponsored National Trails Day, an officially recognized national holiday which is devoted to our nation’s outdoor trails and conservation efforts.
Promotions, publicity, PR, sales...no matter what you call it, telling the great stories of the upcoming 2015 National Order of the Arrow Conference (NOAC) to as many Arrowmen that will listen is vitally important to getting your lodge to Michigan State University next summer.
After a successful year of Journey to Excellence (JTE) submissions in 2013, the national OA committee is continuing to improve the award in order to better serve lodges.
There is still time to sign up for OA High Adventure for this summer!
Semialachee Lodge is a part of Suwannee River Area Council in Tallahassee, Florida. The lodge chartered on June 16th, 1943, and was named Suriarco Lodge at first before the name changed to “Semialachee” during a contest to decide on a new name for the lodge.
In just a few short weeks on April 4-6, some of the Western Region’s up-and-coming leaders will be gathering at Forest Lawn Scout Reservation
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Now is your time to participate in the best training offered by the Order of the Arrow! It's time to take the lead and sign up for a National Leadership Seminar (NLS) offered in the coming months at locations near you!
Each lodge was asked to provide a legacy rock during 2012. Why? Simply put, this act will provide a permanent way to commemorate the legacy each lodge has left during the first century of our organization.
In August of 2015, 10,000 Arrowmen from across America will gather for the 32nd National Order of the Arrow Conference. Your lodge members are invited to participate in the fun, fellowship, learning, and excitement of the Order's largest event.
Have you ever noticed that a stream coming from the top of a mountain goes down towards a river or lake in the valley? Think of the stream as a flow of information; this represents the way that our lodges send down information to each of its members.