Order of the Arrow
Welcome to the “Official” Allohak Menewi Lodge Website.
JUST CLICK THE FLAP TO PAY YOUR 2013 DUES
2013 Lodge Officers
2013 ANNUAL LODGE MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL
For the 2013 season Allohak Menewi will be accepting lodge dues payments online (link below). Lodge dues for the year are $12.00 ($15.00 after March 1, 2013). The biggest reason to pay dues is to remain an active member of the organization.
As an active member, you will have the opportunity to become a Brotherhood or Vigil Honor member, attend events, help with official service projects, run for official positions and seek leadership opportunities within the Lodge.
You should know that your lodge also supports many other activities that are part of our mission to provide service to others.
For instance, your dues are used to build and maintain ceremonial outfits, pay for camp improvements, and support other programs.
Thank you in advance for supporting your lodge and council!
CLICK HERE TO PAY YOUR DUES FOR 2013
or use the milti form in the forms section on the left to mail it in.
NEW MANUAL OF ADMINISTRATION UNDER DEVELOPMENT
The Lodge Executive Committee is currently working on a new Manual of Administration that will help guide the lodge. We would appericate you taking a few moments to read over the text and provide any feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to download a "DRAFT" of the MOA
Order of the arrow troop RepRESENTATIVE
The Order of the Arrow Troop Representative is a youth serving his troop as the primary liaison to the troop’s lodge or chapter. He meets the unit’s needs by providing a communication and programmatic link to and from all Arrowmen, Scouts who are not presently members of the
Order, and adult leaders. These efforts are meant to assist the unit and its members in achieving the mission of the Boy Scouts of America, and at the same time fulfilling the lodge’s role in the Strategic Plan of the Order of the Arrow of being an integral part of the council. By setting a good example, he will enhance the image of the Order as a service arm to his unit.
Click here to Read more about OA troop Representative's
Register as your OA troop representative here
2013 HOME TROOP ELECTIONS
Youth membership qualifications.
All members of, or candidates for membership in, the Order of the Arrow who are under 21 years of age shall be considered youth members or candidates for youth membership, subject to meeting the following requirements:
1. Unit leader approval. To become eligible for election, a Scout must be registered with the Boy Scouts of America and have the approval of his unit leader prior
to the election. The unit leader must certify his Scout spirit (i.e., his adherence to the Scout Oath and Law and active participation in unit activities). The unit leader must also certify that the nominee meets all specified requirements at the time of this annual election.
Be a registered member of the Boy Scouts of America.
3. Hold the First Class rank of the Boy Scouts of America, as a minimum.
4. After registration with a troop or team, have experienced 15 days and nights of Boy Scout camping during the two-year period prior to the election. The 15 days and nights must include one, but no more than one, long-term camp consisting of six consecutive days and five nights of resident camping, approved and under the auspices and standards of the Boy Scouts of America. The balance of the camping must be overnight, weekend, or other short-term camps. Candidates for youth membership shall be elected by other youth members in accordance with policies set
forth by the national Order of the Arrow committee.
Click Here to Schedule your 2013 Home Troop Election
New Chapters Have Been Organized
Allohak Menewi will continue to have chapters but they will be organized based on the council service areas versus districts. Chapter advisers will include the following:
Area 1 – Jim Gallagher
Area 2 – Chris Sokiera
Area 3 – OPEN
Area 4 – Janet Jackson jj email@example.com
Area 6 – Fred Teigler firstname.lastname@example.org
Chapter officers include a Chapter Chief, Vice Chief and Secretary. Officers serve from January 1 to December 31st of a year. The chapters of Allohak Menewi are expected to be very active. Get involved and have some fun.
The following links are here to help you “advise” the youth that run the lodge.
OA High Adventure
Do you need an escape from that 9-5 job, summer classes or the monotony of staring out of your bedroom window longing for something new? If your answer is yes, the Order of the Arrow has the answer for you. Each summer, the Order of the Arrow offers a myriad of different High Adventure opportunities to meet your summer needs whether its wetting your appetite by going for a plunge in the Atlantic Ocean with the Ocean Adventure at the Florida Sea Base; maybe hiking is your passion, what better place to go than the Philmont Scout Ranch where you can hike the same trails as your Scoutmaster or Scouting ancestors as a part of your Trail Crew experience. Have you ever given thought about what the Native Americans and early explorers did to be avid traders, maybe the OA Voyage at Northern Tier is for your calling. Whatever your summer aspirations may be, these National High Adventure bases have put together a multitude of options for you. Along with your one week trek completely designed by you, each Arrowmen will be afforded the opportunity to leave their mark in history by helping to shore up portage trails, backpacking trails or coral reefs. Aside from providing a good deed to each of these high adventure bases, every participant will have the opportunity to work closely with Arrowmen from across the country, who have a similar interest in the future of both the program and the adventure base. You may be thinking that this is a daunting task but it is an experience unlike any other afforded to you in scouting in that it takes you out of your world, and places you with people who want to do something different. It’s not everyday that you can tell your friends that you climbed into Cypher’s Mine, watched the Northern Lights from a canoe or went scuba diving in the Florida Keys. These programs help to insure that the future of scouting has a place to live, work and interact. This summer, try something new or do something you thoroughly enjoy, but do something with the Order of the Arrow High adventure opportunities. For more information about these High Adventure programs, please visit Adventure.oa-bsa.org or Contact Joe Elwell at
Your destiny awaits you…
Jumpstart for New Arrowmen