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Brad Haddock: A Lifetime Of Service

"He introduced me to Dr. Goodman as a ‘good friend’ despite the fact that we had just met a few minutes prior. That’s the type of person Brad was - a friend to all."

Sep 26, 2019   OA Today
NE-6A & NE-6B Lodge Enabling and Developing (LEAD) Conference

Earlier this year, around 200 Arrowmen from Sections NE-6A and NE-6B met for the Lodge Enabling and Developing (LEAD) Conference. The event was held on January 26th at Carroll Community College in Maryland.

Sep 26, 2019   OA Today
Sikhs Mox Lamonti Lodge Service Saturdays

In the Pacific Northwest, Washington’s Sikhs Mox Lamonti Lodge stands as a pinnacle of cheerful service. On the second Saturday of each month, Arrowmen from throughout the lodge gather at Fire Mountain Scout Camp to provide beneficial service necessary for the camp’s program delivery.

Sep 26, 2019   OA Today
Section C-3B American Indian Seminar

Regalia - the first impression the Order of the Arrow leaves upon its newly inducted brothers. So often it is neglected how influential the indigenous cultures are within our Order. They shape, define, and grant us an identity as a brotherhood of service and caretakers of the outdoors.

Jun 18, 2019   OA Today
NE-5 Leadership Conference

Each and every Arrowman at some point in their Scouting career wishes to leave a legacy within our Order, wishes to make their voice known, and wishes to make a positive, lasting impact for generations to come.

Jun 18, 2019   OA Today
Tuku'Ut Lodge Rivers and Mountains Conservancy Grant

Within the Greater Los Angeles Area Council (GLAAC), many youth gathered together along with the Tuku’ut Lodge Chief, Ben Deveau.

Jun 18, 2019   OA Today
Legacy Projects Fuel T’Kope Kwiskwis Lodge’s Cheerful Service

Each one of us has that special council camp we call home. It could be where we had our first campout, where we earned our first merit badge or maybe even where we went through our Ordeal and became part of something greater.

May 02, 2019   OA Today
The Arrowman in Antarctica

Tim Lynch, Eagle Scout, is living the dream, with a heart for adventure.  He recently spent six months in the world’s most remote landscape, the frozen continent of Antarctica, as part of the United States Antarctic Program at McMurdo Station.

May 02, 2019   OA Today
California Arrowmen Support Fire Relief

In late November last year California was hit by its most destructive wildfire in history. For two weeks the Camp Fire spread over 150,000 acres affecting countless lives.

May 02, 2019   OA Today
What to Expect in 2019

As a member of the Order of the Arrow, there is a lot to look forward to during this upcoming year. The spring will kick off with OA PhilBreak 2019, an exciting opportunity designed to provide meaningful service to Philmont in March following the forest fires of 2017.

Feb 13, 2019   OA Today
Wewanoma Lodge Powwow Benefits Local Camp

Each year, Wewanoma Lodge out of South Texas holds a public powwow. The event was started twenty one years ago by Troop 68 from McAllen, Texas as a way for Scouts to get the Indian Lore Merit Badge.

Feb 13, 2019   OA Today
Rebuilding Camp Osborn

Cheerful service is one of the core values of the Order of the Arrow, and Withlacoochee Lodge was sure to fulfill that purpose with the service it provided to Camp Osborn following two recent natural disasters.

Feb 13, 2019   OA Today