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NOAC 2015

An Important NOAC Update (10/21/14)

National Order of the Arrow Conference registration is officially open to all members of our lodge. As of 10/21/14, there are 69 Wenasa Quenhotan members who are paid and registered. There are currently a total of 80 spots in our lodge continginet. A waiting list will be maintained for any additional members who wish to attend NOAC.

Download NOAC Registration Form

If you would to sign up to hold your spot please do so as soon as possible! The above form, along with a $100 minimum down payment, is the only way we can hold a spot for you. Please submit these items to the council office as soon as possible.

If you have any more questions please feel free to contact:
Jim Howard (Adult Contingent Leader) - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Mike Rosenberg (2015 Lodge Chief) -  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Casey Coyle (Youth Contingent Leader) - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

NOAC Event Information

NOAC 2015 will be celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Order on August 3-8, 2015 at Michigan State University! Join the Wenasa Quenhotan contingent to represent our Lodge and take part in the festivities. Currently, Wenasa Quenhotan has 80 spots reserved for NOAC 2015. Once the registration form is available, priority registration will be given to those who have filled out the interest form.

NOAC will feature a number of unique events, including national competitions for ceremonies, drum, and dance; evening shows; the OA history museum; and awesome recreation competitions such as soccer, basketball, and Ultimate Frisbee. Highlights such as the Founder’s Day festivities including the Founder’s Day Parade, the Grand Hodag, and the inter-region dodge ball battle are some of the exciting events at NOAC.

Arrowmen can participate in service projects, high adventure opportunities, leadership training, American Indian Activities training, and much more. While enjoying the various activities, Scouts will have a great time meeting new brothers and sharing their experiences with people from around the nation.

Official NOAC website - http://event.oa-bsa.org/events/n2015/conf/