More than 750 youth Arrowmen will answer the call to serve in Operation Arrow by staffing one of the Order of the Arrow program areas at the National Scout Jamboree, which include the Service Corps, Trek Guides and Indian Village.
Eight Arrowmen from each lodge will have a chance to experience the new home of the original ceremony grounds of the OA, which have been recreated in their entirety at a new Summit Circle.
A branding guide has been developed to help chapters, lodges and sections incorporate the Order of the Arrow brand into their communication materials. We are excited to share this new resource and take one more step toward better and more unified OA communications.
At the 2015 National Planning Meeting, section chiefs elected our 2016 national officers. Learn more about the Arrowmen who will be leading our organization in 2016.
The 2016 national vice chief was elected Monday afternoon at the national planning meeting.
The 2016 national chief was elected Monday morning at the national planning meeting.
Clyde Mayer has seen many changes in his 22 years as the OA director. As his tenure comes to an end with his retirement in late 2015 Mayer is reflecting on the past and his final NOAC as director.
OA Grace is appropriate for a moment of reverence and thanks before meals at OA events.
The Boy Scouts of America announced that Travis Rubelee will succeed Matt Dukeman as the next OA associate director on January 1st, 2016.