The Order of the Arrow’s Summit Experience program is the newest addition to the exclusive programs offered through OA High Adventure!
Also, all High Adventure bases are currently taking applications for 2016! You can sign-up here!
Here is a unique opportunity for Scouts who want to help Nepal rebuild after a series of horrific earthquakes. You have a chance to travel to Nepal and take part in rebuilding devastated areas in the country along with Nepalese and American Scouts. Please see the flyer below for more details, and remember to #DareToDo!
As of 9/3/2015, the following is done and pending:
1. All large windows removed
2. New end wall siding installed & stained
3. Opening for gable end fan roughed-in
4. Pending: Replace exterior door frames, doors and door hardware
5. Pending: Install & power exhaust fan
6. Pending: Paint newly replaced doors
1. Memorabilia & plaques removed to storage
2. New electrical receptacles and lighting installed
3. Side & end walls insulated
4. New paneling & trim on side and end walls
5. New paneling & trim painted
6. Pending: New HVAC ductwork above ceiling
7. Pending: New insulated ceiling panels
8. Pending: Purchase and install ceiling fans
9. Pending: Convert one restroom to HVAC room
10. Pending: Install refurbished HVAC unit with power, gas & piping
11. Pending: Purchase and install new projection screen
12. Pending: Reinstall memorabilia
Brothers, we are need of staff for the event below. Please register at the following: http://tinyurl.com/otn668u
The Chester Council County Order of the Arrow Lodge, Octoraro 22, is hosting a Council-wide Cub Scout recruiting effort at Camp Ware. This year’s event promises to be more action packed then last years, including an overnight at the Camp. If you decide to come down for the day – registration will open at 9:00 AM Saturday but it is “come when you can, leave when you must”. We encourage ALL Cub Scouts (Tigers to Arrow of Lights) to bring a friend with them to share the fun of Cub Scouting. The cost of the program will be $10/youth and an additional $5/additional family member. All Cub Scouts that bring a friend will be refunded the cost of the program. The program activities include a night hike, a campfire, BB Shooting, Slingshot paintball, Bottle Rockets launching and other fun activities. Advancement opportunities will be made available. We will also have activities showing Webelos the cool things the Boys Scouts do!
We encourage Packs and Dens to come as units but the event is open to everyone.
The September Fellowship weekend allows new Ordeal and Brotherhood members to be inducted while providing service to the camp combined with special fellowship and games. The Lodge elections also take place this weekend.
September 18th – 20th
*Lobster is on the menu: please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any shellfish allergies.
At the 2015 NOAC, all Arrowmen were challenged – do 100 acts of unselfish service in the next 100 days.
It’s simple. Each day do an act of service, no matter how small, for the other people around you. Post about it on social media using the hashtag #DareToDo — and we’ll make America better, each day, together.
Nottingham Park could use your help directing parking on Saturday October 3rd from 9 am – 3 pm with their Bark in the Park event.
This is a great opportunity for a) getting Arrowman Service Award hours, b) getting rank advancement service hours and c) doing your part in the #DareToDo challenge.
For more information and questions, contact Jay Gregg at email@example.com.
Octoraro Lodge 22 has over 800 active arrowmen who donate hundreds of service hours annually to help maintain Horseshoe Scout Reservation and encourage camping in Chester County Council. We hope that this site will answer your questions about our lodge. If you have any further questions, feel free to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Octoraro 22 is celebrating the centennial anniversary of the OA with a centennial event – a Day of Service!
Volunteers to assemble at 8:30am on October 10th for coffee and donuts and for planting instructions. After that work will commence. Projects should be completed by noon, but if a few want to stay longer at each site to check the work, then they may want to bring a lunch. Both BVA and CRC will have water for the volunteers.
Darlington Photos from 10/10 Day of Service:
Update 10/8/2015: 450 trees have been dropped at the Parkesburg site for planting on Saturday. Pictures below!