Keep up to date on news about the Centennial Celebration happening in 2015!
Click here for exclusive details on the new promotional patch being rolled out for NOAC 2015, and learn how it differs from past NOAC patches!
Curious about what a national officer does with his time? National Vice Chief Donnie Stephens walked us through his typical day.
Like the rest of the OA, NOAC will be a youth-run event, led by section chiefs from across the country. Learn more about what these chiefs will supervise this upcoming year!
Check out what Lowanne Nimat Lodge has in store for when ArrowTour stops at Camp Woodland!
The centennial celebration could be rolling up to your camp next year!
Want to earn a special patch that you can wear on your sash? Get the full scoop on how to earn it and celebrate the OA’s centennial anniversary!
ArrowTour is almost here! Read more about its progress as we approach 2015!
Want to make sure you’re involved in the Order’s centennial anniversary? National Chairman Ray Capp explains here!
Recently, National Chairman Ray Capp answered a question about visiting NOAC 2015. Check out the question and his answer here.
The National Capital Area Council invites all Arrowmen to participate in a special History of Scouting Trail dedicated to the OA’s centennial anniversary!
With the release of the centennial logo and totem comes the Centennial Anniversary Branding Guide. Check it out for full details of how to incorporate the graphics into your patches and promotional items!
With 2015 quickly approaching, check out these resources to help you promote the 100th anniversary in your lodge!
NOAC organizers are pulling out all the stops to make sure participants have a blast at NOAC 2015.
Wondering why there are three variations of the OA centennial logo? Find out here, and understand the different uses of our 2015 logo.
The national Order of the Arrow committee is excited to announce the totem and logo for the 100th anniversary celebration.
A letter from the national chief and national vice chief on the released centennial totem and logo.
Take a look behind the scenes at the process for choosing the NOAC 2015 theme!
One lodge in Texas has created a special selection panel to decide which adults will attend NOAC with the lodge contingent. This jamboree-style selection committee is a unique and fair way to tackle the challenge of meeting the 3:1 youth to adult cap.
Want to help your lodge or chapter take its place in the Order’s history? Find out how you can contribute to a special centennial project!
Are you a parent of an Arrowman or need help explaining what NOAC is? Check out these five highlights about next year’s conference.
Several volunteers have stepped up to coordinate the effort to get rocks from legacy lodges in every state! Learn more about the effort here.
Klahican Lodge is the latest lodge to be profiled in our lodge history series! Read about this lodge’s contributions to the Order’s centennial.
Based in Wheeling, West Virginia, Onondaga Lodge is the subject of our lodge history series. Check out its history.
Patches are already coming in! Check out these great ways to include the totem into your lodge’s 100th anniversary patches!
Are you going to NOAC? Participants will be able to wear a cool new patch in a unique location on their uniform.
Read about Nathaniel Kelton, the Arrowman who designed the centennial totem and logo, and how he conceived the idea for the design.
The OA needs your help! We all took the obligation to observe and preserve the traditions of the Order of the Arrow, so as we approach the 100th national Order of Arrow committee has launched The Centennial Campaign to raise funds for permanent OA and Scouting history exhibits across the country.
Every NOAC 2015 guest and staff member will receive a special commemorative red sash.
Nanepashemet Lodge challenged its members to Unleash the Spirit Within at its annual banquet. Read more about how they did it.
Centennial Update: National Chief Alex Call travels to Washington, D.C. for BSA Report to the Nation
National Chief Alex Call participated in the Boy Scouts of America’s Report to the Nation! We’ve chronicled his trip in video, through social media and in a recap article.
Check out this exciting way for Vigil Honor members to commemorate the centennial anniversary of the Order of the Arrow!
Arrowmen across the country shared their thoughts on Ordeal projects they’ve completed through the years. Read about how these projects left their mark!
Legacy lodge rock deadline extended!
Rocks can now be submitted for legacy lodges no longer in existence! Read more about how these rocks will be made a part of our centennial celebration.
You could be featured in NOAC promotions! Check out this opportunity to showcase your excitement along with your friends.
August 1st, 2015 is coming fast. Stay up-to-date on the latest information, including a resource pack and registration details!
NOAC registration has been firing on all cylinders for more than a month! Learn more about the successes of the registration process.
The national committee has authorized a special patch for Arrowmen to earn that can be worn on the sash in commemoration of the 100th anniversary.
Is your lodge’s history book complete? As 2014 comes to a close, here are a few things to keep in mind as lodges finish their history books.
Arrowmen from Unami and Witauchsoman Lodges helped disassemble the ceremonial grounds at Treasure Island Scout Reservation. A video was made documenting their efforts.
The Arrowman Service Award has a social media component. Check out how your use of social media can help you earn this award and contribute to the Order's centennial!
Click here to see how the centennial celebration looks right now and how you can take part in it.