The Order of the Arrow (OA) is Scouting’s Honor Society, an organization whose members are recognized for their dedication to the ideals of Scouting and commitment to cheerfully serving others.
Whether you are a new member of the Order, or looking to reconnect, these resources will help you make the most of your membership.
Chapter meeting, 5:00-6:00 pm,
Trinity Presbyterian Church,
Chapter Holiday Party, 5:00-7:00 pm,
Trinity Presbyterian Church,
651 Dranesville Road, Herndon, VA 20170.
This is a potluck dinner, so crank up your culinary skills and share your delicious creations with your brothers.
We are just in the beginning of the OA Troop Election season (December-February) and we could use help visiting the different troops and conducting the elections. I ask that you reach out to your Scoutmaster to get your troop’s elections date on the master schedule sooner rather than later. You will have a fellow brother help you conduct your troop’s elections. Please let me know what date your PLC has decided when your troop will hold the elections. Once your troop is on the main election calendar, we will send out the required Election form and ballot to the Scoutmaster.
Resources for Order of the Arrow Members
National OA Website | www.oa-bsa.org
The Order of the Arrow (OA) is Scouting’s Offical Honor Society. For more than 90 years, the Order of the Arrow has recognized Scouts and Scouters who best exemplify the Scout Oath and Law in their daily lives. This website provides information about the organization as a whole, operations updates and information, and a wealth of offical OA resources.
Jumpstart | www.jumpstart.oa-bsa.org
This website is a resource for new Arrowmen who have recently completed their Ordeal. The site takes vistors through an interactive experience where the organization, the Ordeal, and OA programs are further explained.
OA High Adventure | www.adventure.oa-bsa.org
The Order of the Arrow runs five distinct high adventure programs at many of the BSA’s high adventure bases scattered throughout the United Sates. This website is a resource for those Arrowmen who are interested in finding out more about and signing up for the OA High Adventure program.
OA Training | www.training.oa-bsa.org
The Order of the Arrow runs many premier, high quality training programs throughout the calendar year. This website serves as a repository for all training information used at national OA events for use by Arrowmen in their home councils, lodges, and sections.
OA National Events | www.event.oa-bsa.org
Each year, the Order of the Arrow conducts a national program of emphasis that serves as its main national event. Past programs of emphasis have included the National Order of the Arrow Conference (NOAC), the National Scout Jamboree, ArrowCorps5, and many others. This website serves as a resource for those interested in learning more about these programs