News, ideas, and information for lodge leadership.
The Order of the Arrow is always striving for ways to recognize its members. Whether at the chapter, lodge or even national level, leaders look for ways to thank and reward those who have put in hard work and made many sacrifices in the spirit of the brotherhood of cheerful service.
Are you excited about going to NOAC 2015, but unsure how your lodge can raise enough money to bring along 100 Arrowmen? Hopefully, your lodge leadership is already thinking about fundraising; you may have even started already.
The next step in the 2015 Legacy Project is fast approaching. Soon, your lodge will be asked to research and write a book on your lodge’s history.
Every year, each Order of the Arrow lodge must submit a charter renewal form in order to maintain their mem
The national Order of the Arrow committee recently introduced an Innovation Award, designed to recognize
By now each lodge should have received the 2014 Lodge Charter Renewal Kit. It was mailed to Scout executives on October 1st. There are several changes to the charter renewal process and Journey to Excellence this year.
This is the fourth edition of this publication, and it is dedicated to NOAC recruiting kickoff. Previous editions described the work lodges should to do behind the scenes. Now this will discuss how to unveil NOAC promotions and build up hype within the entire lodge.
The Order of the Arrow is seeking input to develop the identity that will represent its 100 years o
It's been just over a year since NOAC 2012, and we are already on our second step of the legacy project. So far, over 70% of lodges have mailed their legacy rock to National Order of the Arrow Chairman Ray Capp, who is expecting to receive 90% of the rocks in the near future.
The 2013 National Scout Jamboree presented a series of firsts for the new Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve. Not only did the event mark the opening of the permanent base for future jamborees, it was also the first time that Scouts were able to use the property and its many features.
Think back to your Ordeal. Specifically, the time immediately after your ceremony. If you're like me, all you remember is feeling kind of sore, and hearing a few muted calls of friends to friends, asking whether anyone wants to play a few games of cards.