News for all Arrowmen about what's happening today in the Order of the Arrow.
Students for Opioid Solutions, an organization founded by Gerald Fraas and co-founded by Jonah Wendt, is dedicated to the vision of “reducing the number of opioid deaths on college campuses to zero.” Gerald Fraas, a senior at the University of A
Ever wonder the impact that cheerful service can bring to local communities? Fellow brothers from El-Ku-Ta Lodge of the Great Salt Lake Council can tell you!
The National Order of the Arrow Conference (NOAC) would not be possible if it were not for the dedicated youth leaders who plan the awesome program for the thousands of Arrowmen who are able to attend. The 2018 NOAC is no different.
Every three years, Scouts from across the state of New Jersey and beyond come together for the New Jersey State Police National Guard Camporee. With over eight thousand attendees, it will be the largest Scouting event held in the state of New Jersey this year.
Octoraro Lodge of Chester County, Pennsylvania, recently held an innovative event to raise money for their council camp, Camp Horseshoe. Founded in 1928, Camp Horseshoe has experienced the loss of hundreds of pine trees per year, making some areas very dangerous.
After being a member of the Order of the Arrow (OA) for the past forty-five years and serving as an adviser at the chapter, lodge, and section level, Gary Christiansen was announced as the next Western Region chairman.
Arrowman Justin Abshire can always find something or someone interesting in New Orleans, even on days aside from Mardi Gras.
A stairway leads inside to a large photo of the 38th President of the United States of America proudly standing at a podium. Down the hall to the entry door, the presidential seal welcomes visitors. Through the door is a rounded room, with walls covered with memorabilia.