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Lodge - 2020 OA Lodge Dues Posted Jan. 9, 2020
Registration Dues for the year 2020 are due and payable as of January 1, 2020. You are reminded that current registration in the Boy Scouts of America is a prerequisite to active membership in the Order of the Arrow. Current registration is required to attend any OA function and to buy OA trading post items.

Questions regarding membership may be directed to the Lodge Financial Adviser, Steve Anderson anderson@amanginacha.org. Your 2020 OA membership card will be mailed or given to your Chapter Adviser to get to you.
More Information Questions - Contact Steve Anderson
Maidu - New Improved Website Posted May. 21, 2019
The Maidu Chapter has a new, improved website! Yay!
More Information Questions - Contact Roy Gilmore
Lodge - 2020 NOAC Fundraiser Patch Posted Jan. 18, 2020
Hello Arrowman,

We have patches for sale that benefit your patch collection and also benefit others. How does it benefit others? When you buy a set of our patches for $15 (Purple Border), $25(Red Border), or $50(Yellow Border), you can help offset the cost for this year’s National Order of the Arrow Conference attendees. This would help the members going to have a decreased per person travel cost.
$15 Purple Border Only 200 Ordered
$25 Red Border Only 100 Ordered
$50 Yellow Border Only 50 Ordered
If you’re interested in attending NOAC, or just want more information please click here >>
Want to attend NOAC >> https://tinyurl.com/noac-registrations
For more information>> https://noac2020.org/
More Information Questions - Contact Ron Cowen
Lodge - National Order of the Arrow Conference Posted Oct. 20, 2019
Lodging at the Michigan State University will be in campus dormitories. Food services will be college cafeteria, Great food and a lot of it. A typical day at NOAC includes classes in the morning- selected by the participants- afternoon fun activities for the first 3 days and shows at night. The activities and shows can vary from day to day. Classes and activities can range from scuba to American Indian Affairs activities such as dancing and regalia assembly. We will stay in campus dormitories and eat cafeteria food. basically, six days of fun. Think of it as a National Jamboree strictly for Arrowmen.
There are no quotas to attend the 2020 NOAC, but the lodge will be using a youth/adult ratio. There is plenty of room for all to attend regardless of being a youth or an adult. We are also prepared to bring female and male youth contingent members, supported by female and male adult contingent leaders/members.
More Information Questions - Contact Ron Cowen