The National Order of the Arrow Conference in 2022, or NOAC 2022, for short, is the Order of the Arrow's premier event, occurring every two years at a select University. Get excited for: Fun, Fellowship, a University experience, leadership opportunities, patches, merchandise, and a once in a lifetime experience. This conference lasts 8-9 days including travel. In addition to the fun activities, there will be many practical pieces of training and competitions that Arrowmen can compete in. Some of these activities include competitions for Ceremonies and Dance, Lodge Officer Training, Chapter Officer Training, and even Native American Craft classes.
The 2022 NOAC will be held from July 25th-30th at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, TN.
Cost: $TBD (approx. $900-$1000)The final cost of the event has not been determined yet.
Congratulations to the newest candidates who will complete their induction into the Order of the Arrow as Scouting's National Honor Society at this weekend!
This weekend will feature inductions for new members, Brotherhood membership conversions, service opportunities, training features, and activities. All attendees must show a completed current BSA Annual Health & Medical Record (parts A-B) at time of event sign-in.
May 7-9, 2021; 6pm Fri - 10am Sun
(plan to check-in between 6-8pm on Friday, and check-out by 10 am on Sunday)
Little Sioux Scout Ranch
Induction Candidate (Newly Elected Member) $50
Brotherhood Candidate $45
*Early-bird discount applied for all registrations completed by May 6th
*$5 per guest meal for Saturday banquet dinner
Check out the Ordeal page under Membership for what to expect and to bring.
Now is the time to help our Camp prepare for the upcoming summer camping season
The third weekend of March, April and May. This could be an opportunity for lodge members or maybe chapters to put in some service hours. Lunch will be provided each Saturday to those who register.
If you have any questions about the service hours or any special skills you may have please reach out to Camp Cedars Ranger.
The Vigil Honor is a high mark of distinction and recognition reserved for those Arrowmen who, by reason of exceptional service, personal effort, and unselfish interest, have made distinguished contributions beyond the immediate responsibilities of their position of office to one or more of the following: their lodge, the Order of the Arrow, Scouting, or their Scout Camp. Under no circumstances should tenure in Scouting or the Order of the Arrow be considered as reason enough for a Vigil Honor recommendation. Any member of the Order of the Arrow registered in Scouting and in good standing in a regularly chartered lodge is eligible for recommendation to the national Order of the Arrow Committee for elevation to the Vigil Honor provided that, at the time of the recommendation, the individual has been a Brotherhood member for a minimum of two years.
This will be a unique opportunity to rediscover our love for the outdoors and camping, together. Join our national officers and the Momentum team as they showcase ideas and best practices, live from council camps in all four regions. We will see many of the classics you have come to know and love with our Momentum series, like live game shows and cooking competitions, but now with the 2021 national officers! We'll also discuss timely topics, convene the OA's top trainers and work together to build the future.
April 23rd-25th, 2021
To pay your 2021 OA Dues and purchase a Silver Arrow Passport.
To be a member of Kit-Ke-Hak-O-Kut Lodge and the Order of the Arrow, you must be a registered Scout or Scouter and pay lodge dues of $20 annually. Membership ensures your invitation to all chapter/lodge events and a membership card, which will be imprinted with your OA ID number and BSA ID number.
Updated - 12/5/2020
Lodge Leadership Development and Winter Banquet
The LLD has been moved to January 16th and the Winter Banquet has been cancelled. We will hold an awards banquet at our Spring OA weekend at LSSR.
For more information on chapter meetings please contact your Chapter Chief or Chapter Adviser. They should have more information when it comes to Chapter meetings, Chapter outings, and other Chapter events.
For up to date council information please follow this link - https://mac-bsa.org/covid19/