Wa-Hi-Nasa's June Induction Weekend
Candidate Registration -- Member Registration -- Elangomat Registration
YES!!! There will be a Brotherhood ceremony Saturday night.
Have you been chosen by your fellow scouts to join the Order of the Arrow? Your journey begins June 2-4 at Boxwell Scout Reservation.
What to bring:
There are several key elements that you must bring to the Induction. (Keep in mind that all items must fit in a backpack)
Parts of A & B of the BSA Medical Form
A backpack to carry all your personal equipment
A full, Nalgene-like water bottle
A pocket knife
Complete Class A uniform (no merit badge sash)
Toiletry items such as soap, towel, etc.
Clothes you don’t mind getting dirty
A pair of work gloves
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Were you one of the over 700 Arrowmen that joined us at Boxwell Scout Reservation April 28-30 for Conclave? if not, you missed out on a LOT including our own David Thornton being elected as the Section Vice Chief. Here are some photos and videos from the weekend. HUGE thanks to Kevin Miller for putting together this incredible video.
Have you paid your 2017 Wa-Hi-Nasa membership renewal? Make sure to keep your Order of the Arrow membership up to date so you can attend events and wear your lodge flap.
Renew Your 2017 Wa-Hi-Nasa Lodge Membership here
Fuel Scouting's Adventure as a part of
Operation Arrow in 2017
After a record-setting national conference in 2015, the Order of the Arrow will again seek to make history with Operation Arrow at the 2017 National Jamboree.
To continue a tradition that dates back to the 1950 National Scout Jamboree, over 750 youth Arrowmen will answer the call to serve as part of Operation Arrow - the largest jamboree staff team ever assembled by the Order of the Arrow!
Operation Arrow staff members will support the jamboree program by joining one of three primary OA program areas: the Service Corps, the Trek Guides and the Indian Village.
We hope you will join us for what is sure to be the experience of a lifetime, as a part of Operation Arrow at the 2017 National Jamboree!
Did you ever wonder where our Wa-Hi-Nasa name came from? It is a cherokee to english translation for - Home of the Eagles More information HERE.
We are foutunate in Middle Tennessee to have Blad Eagles repopulating the area at Grimes Canoe Base, David Crockett State Park, Dale Hollow Lake and others. Here is a live webcam of the ones at Dale Hollow Lake.