The national Order of the Arrow training subcommittee has just released a new session about OA 100th anniversary programs and events.
Each year, the OA’s High Adventure programs need help filling slots with Arrowmen looking for a new and challenging summer experience.
From June 21st to June 27th, 2015, members of the national Order of the Arrow committee will facilitate dialogue on a variety of subjects at the OA Advisers’ Training Conference at Philmont Scout Ranch in Cimarron, New Mexico.
Section leaders: How many of your lodges have submitted their Legacy Lid? If the answer is less than 100%, this is your opportunity to help your lodges complete this important centennial task.
Most Scouts consider themselves lucky to attend one of the four high adventure bases owned by the B
On October 12 -14, the first ever OA Service Corps at the Area 1 MassJam formed to deliver service to a gathering of thousands of Scouts from across the state of Massachusetts and beyond.
OA section leadership from across the Northeast Region gathered at Camp Alpine in New Jersey from September 20th to the 22nd for an annual Gathering of Leaders (GOL), also known as a Section Officers’ Seminar.
It's hard to believe how fast 2013 has gone by! So much has happened this year, the first jamboree at The Summit, the Lodge Legacy Project is now in full swing, and you were elected to serve as your section's chief, maybe for a second term.
Deep in an area once used primarily by French trappers and voyageurs sits one of the Boy Scouts of America’s four national high adventure bases. On the weekend of September 6 - 8, Section C-1A held its annual Conclave at Charles L. Sommers Canoe Base, more commonly known as Northern Tier.
As summer activities came to a close and many Arrowmen returned to school, a unique opportunity approached the Southern Region on September 13.
If your OA lodge is planning a council camp or service center project during 2014, you can apply now