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2015 Western Region Chief

2015 Western Region Chief

Nathan Lee, Section Chief from Section W-1N, has been elected as our 2015 Western Region Chief! Nathan will lead the Region at NOAC and help lead the development of the centennial NOAC!

Centennial National Chief Elected!

Alex Call from the Southern Region has been elected your 2015 National Order of the Arrow Chief! Alex Call is from Lubbock, Textas and was previously the SR 2-3 South Section Chief. We are excited to see Alex's leadership at the 2015 National Order of the Arrow Conference!

Centennial NOAC Theme

The centennial NOAC theme has been announced! The upcoming 2015 NOAC theme is "It Starts With Us"!

2015 "Centennial" Double Vigil Golf Classic

DVGClogoWhat: An 18-Hole tournament focusing on fellowship in a relaxed atmosphere. The event raises money for the DVGC Legacy Fund: Supporting Our Legacy in Scouting. In our 15 year history we have provided over $24,000 in financial contributions to the Maury Clancy Indian Campership Fund and support the Endowment of the Order of the Arrow and other Scouting Scholarship funds.

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Where: Arizona Grand Resort, Phoenix, Arizona

When: Friday, January 23, 2015. The tournament tees off at 12:00pm. All participants must arrive by 11:15pm for tournament registration. Lunch will be served before the event.

Who: Participation is open to anyone and you are encouraged to bring a non-scouting friend. Scouting membership is not required. All proceeds from this tournament are donated in support of Scouting Legacy Programs as administered through the Order of the Arrow. Learn more about the DVGC Legacy Fund.

Cost: For the 2015 tournament the individual registration fee is $109.00 per player - an individual registration fee includes: 18-holes of golf, cart fee, practice balls for warm-up, player gift, tournament awards, lunch and an evening dinner party.

The $109 registration only covers event operating expenses. The majority of the DVGC tournament proceeds are raised through upper level registrations, Hole Sponsorships, general donations and the sale of mulligans, paint sticks and raffle tickets. We welcome and appreciate your participation at any level, however if you are able please consider entering at a higher sponsorship level and purchasing mulligans, paint sticks or raffle tickets.

Donate: If you are unable to participate but would like to contribute, donate online.

ArrowCorps 2014: A Lodge Service Adventure

When we think of the Brotherhood of Cheerful Service, we always expect Lodges to preform service their Councils, local Scouting and their community. But every now and then, a Lodge goes far beyond their call of duty and preforms services greater than that expected of a Lodge. 

T’Kope Kwiskwis Lodge in Seattle, WA has spent the last three years organizing a follow-up to the very successful Arrowcorps5 within their Lodge. “After seeing the success of the ArrowCorps5 projects in 2008, rangers from both agencies started asking us why there was no such project here in the Pacific Northwest” said Ian Bellows, one of the project organizers from the lodge.

From August 3-9, 2014, Scouts from around the nation will again converge on Mt. Rainier for a week of brotherhood, cheerfulness and service. Based at Camp Sheppard in the shadow of the mountain, trail crews will complete a variety of projects under the direction of land management personnel and skilled youth and adult leaders. Participants will have the chance to learn expedition leadership, trail skills, and wilderness ethics while immersing themselves in the story of our national public lands. This exciting opportunity is open to all Arrowmen, Boy Scouts, and Venturers meeting criteria for participation in high adventure activities. From the earliest Eagle Scout trail crew projects in 1925 in to the projects of today, ArrowCorps2014 continues the rich legacy of Scout service in one of America’s most iconic places.

This project does much more than just provide some great service to our National Parks though. “We’ve found that participants working together in an outdoor setting gain self-confidence and leadership experience they can’t find anywhere else” explained Bellows. “They come back better prepared to lead themselves and others in their families, schools, and communities.” 

To learn more about this fantastic project, visit the event website at www.arrowcorps2014.org. or follow them on Facebook, Youtube, or SmugMug, or download the attached flyer

Whatever you’re seeking this summer, you’ll find it and much more on the trail. Challenge and opportunity await all ArrowCorps2014 attendees, and we hope to see you on the mountain this summer.

Attachments:
Download this file (ArrowCorps2014 Flyer Revised 10162014.pdf)ArrowCorps 2014598 kB

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