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.
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.
Planes, Trains and Automobiles? Or is it Cars, Buses and Rental Vans?
As sections across the nation work through the conclave planning process, vast amounts of time, energy, and resources are utilized in pulling it off effectively.
From 2018 to 2019, the Order of the Arrow suffered its most significant membership loss to date of 12,030 people. That’s 12,030 missed opportunities, 12,030 lives that we no longer have the opportunity to impact, and 12,030 fewer members of our brotherhood.