NOAC 2015 NE-3A Flaps and Flap Sets Available for Purchase

Sectione3a-noac2015-lodge-flapn NE-3A 2015 Conclave Lodge Flaps are Now Available!

Order forms are available for each lodge and for purchase of each set.

Lowanne Nimat
TKaen DoD
Tschipey Achtu

Arrowmen from within Section NE-3A can directly purchase sets using this order form.

Other Arrowmen can order sets using this form.

Thank you for purchasing flaps and supporting the efforts of the NE-3A youth!


2015 OA Advisers’ Conference

10974554_10153098691656907_9021795852526527650_oJoin us as we celebrate a “Century of Service”, 100 years of the Order of the Arrow! Members of the National Order of the Arrow Committee will facilitate dialogue on a variety of subjects: improving membership retention, lodge and chapter communication techniques, tips on achieving Journey to Excellence lodge status, and other topics requested by participants. Those attending will leave better prepared to achieve the purpose of the Order and to serve their council and community. Open to lodge and chapter advisers and all currently registered OA adults.

Register online at!

Lodge Unit of Excellence Award Form

unit_of_excellence_awardThe Order of the Arrow Unit of Excellence Award is an annual award that seeks to identify those units, and the leaders within them, who excel at incorporating the OA into their annual planning. This award is intended to provide a tool for lodges to recognize, incentivize, and operationalize unit-level participation in Order of the Arrow programs.

Unit leaders (OA Troop Reps, OA Troop Rep Advisers, and Scoutmasters) should download the form and strive to meet all the categories.

Return the completed form to your Lodge Staff Adviser before December 31 to receive your award in the Spring.


Cub Scouts and the Order of the Arrow

cubscoutCub Scouts and Webelos Scouts play a large role in the future of the Boy Scout program and ultimately the Order of the Arrow. For several years now, there has been a steady decline in the number of Cub Scouts and in the number of Webelos transitioning to Boy Scouts. As Arrowmen, we need to step up and give back to Cubs Scouts and Webelos. The Northeast Region Cub Scout Task Force has designed a program titled “Cubs@Fellowship”. It has been tested around the region. The main ideas behind this program is to get the Cub Scouts and Webelos to become familiar with the Boy Scout program, while showing them “fun with a purpose.” Cub Scouts really look up to Boy Scouts and what the future holds for them in the program.

Please review these documents for more information about the “Cubs@Fellowship” program and join the effort to keep youth in Scouting.

Memo Announcing the Cubs at Fellowship Program

Cubs at Fellowship How-To Guide


National Trails Day and the OA

NTD_2013_copyright2_RGB-1024x1019Since our humble beginning at a local summer camp, situated in an island wilderness, our Order has always been passionate about camping promotion, responsible outdoor adventure, and environmental stewardship. Consequently, we are excited to highlight a partnership, which with your help and support, can help write a new chapter in our commitment to the great outdoors.

The Order of the Arrow has partnered with the American Hiking Society (AHS) to provide backing and cheerful service to the AHS’s annual National Trails Day which this year will be held Saturday June 7th. National Trails Day (NTD) is a chance to celebrate the trails we enjoy whether personally or in Scouting, and an opportunity to ensure their continued upkeep and maintenance.

I would like to encourage your lodge and subsequent chapters to
consider holding an event or service project in conjunction with NTD to give back to the trails in your area. The AHS has made the process of joining or hosting a NTD event easy; at the link below you will find more detailed information on how to register an event you may decide to put on or help you find an event near you Arrowmen could attend.

Thank you for everything you do for our Order and if you have any questions feel free to ask. Together we can help continue the adventure by helping to maintain America’s public lands.

Yours in service,

Kyle Piper
2014 Northeast Region Chief