-- The Vigil Honor is bestowed upon members who show excellence in service towards the lodge, council, and Scouting in general. Preference is given for service performed as a youth member of the Order, although both youth and adults may be recognized with the Vigil Honor. Eligible nominees must be registered, active members of the lodge who have continued in service to others for a minimum of two years from the date of their Brotherhood ceremony. In accordance with national policy, only youth members of the lodge vigil committee may vote and select candidates for the Vigil Honor. This nomination is due by August 1st.
Josh Sain Memorial Award
-- The Josh Sain Memorial Award, previously known as the Allogagon, is presented for exceptional service to the Lodge. It was named in memory of former Wa-Hi-Nasa Lodge Chief Josh Sain who was tragically killed in 1997 while serving as the Order's National Vice Chief. This nomination is due by October 1st.
-- The Unsung Arrowman Award is presented to a youth member of Lodge who has gratefully given up their time and efforts without ever holding a lodge position. This member will have attended 80% of Wa-Hi-Nasa’s lodge events for the past two years. This nomination is due by October 1st.
James E. West Award
-- The James E. West Fellowship is bestowed to members of the lodge for exceptional and continued service to the lodge and council. Recipients of this award will have a special contribution to the Middle Tennessee Council’s Endowment fund in the name of the recipient. Any member of the lodge is eligible for this award.
Tom Parker Memorial Award for Excellence in Camp Promotions
-- This award is presented a member for excellent contribution to the camp promotions program on the chapter or council level. This nomination is due by October 1st.
Excellence in Ceremonies
-- This award is presented to a youth who demonstrates excellence as a ceremonialist through regular service at district and lodge events. This nomination is due by October 1st.
Excellence in American Indian Events
-- This award recognizes youth that have progressed the American Indian Events program within his district or in his lodge. This nomination is due by October 1st.
-- This award, given by the National Committee of the Order of the Arrow, is given to arrowman who exemplify the qualities of the Spirit of Achievement, as described by founder, E. Urner Goodman. More information about this award is available on the National OA Website
This nomination is due by August 1st.