Why Wachipi?

Arrowmen across the country are asking about Wachipi, the American Indian Seminar held on June 6th-10th, 2017 at the Philmont Training Center. Many are aware of the rich history that American Indian Activities (AIA) has in our Order but what’s so special about this...

March Chiefly Speaking

In the past few years, I have gained an appreciation for just how large the Order of the Arrow really is.  With over 170,000 members across over 250 lodges around the world, it is no surprise that our organization is able to provide several opportunities Read...

National Leadership Seminar Testimonial

  By Matthew Bobzien Anthony Peluso is from Virginia Beach, VA and a member of Blue Heron Lodge in Section SR-7A. He currently serves as Section Chief and has previously served as Lodge Chief. In April 2015, he attended the National Leadership Seminar (NLS) and Read...

Day in the Life: Region Communications Coordinator

By Brendan Switts   Our region communications committee is lead by Coordinator Reed Powell from SR-5, but what does he even do? Let’s take a look at what a normal Friday before a section conclave means for him.   5:00 AM – Reed starts his Read More… Powered by...

Spirit of Excellence – Pathways to Success

We are excited to present the second installment in our JTE messages of the Spirit of Excellence Program. It is our hope that each of you found the last issue helpful. This month’s edition is themed “Pathways to Success” and has been built to help present Read...

Spirit of Excellence Program

With a new year ahead, this is the prime time to take a look back at your lodge’s Journey To Excellence (JTE) data and plan ahead for the future. This year, we are proud to introduce the Southern Region Order of the Arrow’s Spirit of Read More… Powered by...