Register for Spring Fellowship

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May 11-13, 2018 - Ingersoll Scout Reservation

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NOTE - this is a date change from what has previously been listed on the calendar. The date for Spring Fellowship will be May 11-13, 2018

Join us for a weekend of cheerful service, where Arrowmen will be performing a variety of projects to help maintain, enhance, and prepare ISR for another great season of summer camp! In addition, Spring Fellowship will include:

  • Ceremonies for Ordeal and Brotherhood candidates.
  • Election and installation of new Lodge and Chapter Officers
  • Lodge Trading Post
  • Delicious food!
  • Campfire and new member orientation

OA Elections

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Request an OA Unit Election by clicking here

Election Procedures
Who is Eligible for Selection?
A scout who carries a current national membership card and participates in at least some unit activities during the year is considered to be a registered active member of the unit. The Unit Leader must approve those who he or she believes is eligible based on attitude and participation. The youth must also hold the First Class rank and have experienced at least 15 days and nights of camping during the prior two-year period to the election. No more than one long-term camp consisting of six consecutive days and five nights can be considered. The Unit Leader is expected to provide a list of eligible candidates to the Elections Team. 

Who Can Vote?
Every registered active member of the unit under the age of 21 at the time of the election is eligible to vote. Both OA members and non members may cast a vote. A voter may list of his ballot any combination of names who he believes are worthy to become members of the Order of the Arrow. To be elected a candidate must receive votes from at least 50% of those who turn in ballots. 

Can Adult Leaders be Elected?
Yes, however the procedures for nomination are different than those of the youth. An adult member must meet the same camping requirements but is nominated by the Unit Leader (or by the Unit Committee in the case of the Unit Leader being nominated). For an adult leader to be nominated at least one youth must be elected and the number of adults nominated must be no more than 1/3 of the number of youth elected. 

Renew Your OA Membership

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Exciting new things have been planned for the OA this year - don't miss out on these great opportunities and re-register with the lodge!

Why should I pay dues? Dues keep you listed as an active member of Wenasa Quenhotan Lodge. Only active members will receive emailed/paper mailed information and newsletters, as well as count towards our lodge membership list. You must also be dues-paying in order to attend our top-quality OA events throughout the year, such as Winter Banquet and Spring Conclave, as well as other great opportunities that the OA can offer.