- Published: 02 August 2017 02 August 2017
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OA Lodge Leadership Development (LLD) Training (8am to 4pm) - This five session course is for OA training for both youth & adult Lodge leaders. LLD (Lodge Leadership Development) is a required class for all Lodge and Chapter officers and their advisers but it is open & encouraged for all OA members to take. The session will consist of topics that we need to discuss to help our lodge run better, such as communication, elections, events, etc. Registration includes patch & lunch & training materials. Please wear your OA uniform & sash.
Who: All OA Youth & Adults who desire or are involved in a leadership role in the Order of the Arrow
Where: Sycamore High School, 427 Spartan Trail, Sycamore, Illinois 60178
When: Saturday, November 11, 2017 – 8:30 am – 4 pm
What to Bring: Pen and paper….Scout Spirit….wear your Scout Uniform
Registration includes: lunch, snacks, program supplies, TFC Training Academy patch plus the Training Academy carry bag.
Fee: No cost for this training. FREE
Brotherhood Conversion at Training Academy
This is a great chance to seal your membership with the Order of the Arrow. (Ceremony assembly is at 1:30pm) - Youth & Adult members who did their Ordeal in 2016 so that we have enough sashes and materials on hand. Youth & Adult members who wish to attend this ceremony & are not attending Training Academy should check in at the registration area to pick up a wrist band & room location for the ceremony. (No fee or registration needed for non-Training Academy Guests. We just have to have you pick up a wristband if you are in the School.) Ceremony assembly is at 1:30pm and will start shortly thereafter.
Where: Sycamore High School, 427 Spartan Trail, Sycamore, Illinois 60178.
When: Saturday, November 11, 2017 – 1pm – 4 pm
What to Bring: Pen and paper….Scout Spirit….wear your Scout Uniform with Sash
Fee: Brotherhood Conversion Fee: $20 (paid onsite)
- Published: 31 August 2017 31 August 2017
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The National Order of the Arrow Conference is Scouting’s second largest national program event. NOAC is growing in popularity because it is planned and carried out by Arrowmen. Youth involvement ensures the conference will be exciting, relevant, and non-stop fun.
ATTENDANCE: All Arrowmen who are registered members of the Boy Scouts of America and have their council’s approval are eligible to participate in the 2018 NOAC. All participants must register as a delegate of a council contingent or be a member of the conference staff.
Due to expected high interest coupled with capacity constraints at Indiana University, the OA has allotted Lowaneu Allanque Lodge a quota for the 2018 NOAC and is enforcing a 3:1 youth to adult ratio. We have been given slots for 31 Scouts who will be under the age of 21 at the time of NOAC 2018. After these slots are filled, we will institute a wait list while we petition for more slots as they become available.
CONTINGENT CONFERENCE FEE: $625.00 which includes the OA conference fee of $525.00 plus Three Fires Council contingent merchandise and regalia (choices may include hat, daypack, council NOAC patch sets, T-shirts or polos.) This fee does NOT include transportation costs to and from NOAC.**
- Published: 11 September 2017 11 September 2017
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The Order of the Arrow Fall Fellowship was held on September 8-10, 2017. It was a great weekend of FUN, fellowship & service at Camp Big Timber in Elgin, Illinois. Over 365 members did over 2190 service hours for our camp. Congratulations to 165 new Ordeal members, 40 Brotherhood Conversions & 19 Vigil Honor Members! Congratulations to our newly elected lodge officers, Lodge Chief Joey & our Vice & Chapter Chiefs. We look forward to working with all of you in your new rolls in the future! View Photos of this Event on Facebook or in the 2017 FALL FELLOWSHIP PHOTO ALBUM
- Published: 05 June 2017 05 June 2017
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The Order of the Arrow Spring Fellowship was held at Camp Freeland Leslie on June 2-4, 2017. The weekend was an opportunity for both newly selected and current members to the Order of the Arrow to conduct service at our camp, share in fellowship, and learn more about what it is to be an Arrowman. It is an opportunity for Arrowmen to gather together and celebrate the past year in the lodge, learn more about how you can serve Scouting and the Order of the Arrow and have some fun. Together we did over 1250 hours of service! Congratulations to the 102 new Ordeal Members, 31 Brotherhood Conversions & 1 new Vigil Member! A great weekend! Photos can be found on Facebook as well as in the OA 2017 Spring Fellowship Album.