National Order of the Arrow Conference
What's it for?
The National Order of the Arrow Conference (NOAC) is a gathering of over 7,000 Arrowmen from across the country. It traditionally takes place every two years, but the next one after 2006 is in 2009 to more closely align with the 2010 national jamboree event.
What do we do?
Have Fun! Okay, now that you've had the short answer, the longer answer is we go to shows, get training, eat pizza, see Indian Events, meet guys from other lodges, have team competitions, go to Founder's day, and have a lot of fun.
When is it?
It's usually held in early August on even years. You can always check the Calendar for details.
Who can come?
NOAC is open to any member of our Lodge, however, the national OA requires a 2:1 youth over adult ratio for lodge attendees. A $50 deposit for the 2006 National Order of the Arrow Conference gets you a special edition, one of a kind, Migisi Opawgan lodge flap. Over 7,000 arrowmen from around the world will gather at Michigan State University July 29-Aug 3, 2006. Be one of the 150 arrowmen from our lodge at NOAC 2006.
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