Order of the Arrow National Honor Society
“The Land of Fire”
Order of the Arrow is the National Honor Society of Boy Scouts of America and is organized as part of Crater Lake Council. Our Lo La’Qam Geela Lodge fulfills on the goals and mission to promote camping, open and close Boy and Cub Scout summer camps, providing
service to the Council and community, and building leadership and opportunity to Arrowmen. Order of the Arrow was founded upon the ideals of brotherhood, cheerfulness, and service.
Within our lodge, five chapters exist that align to districts in the council: Amangi Kuwe (Big Pines District), DaGelMa (Roaring Rogue), Hyas Lamonte (Fremont), Klamath and Mow-A-Toc. Each chapter is your local guide to the OA and has chapter meetings
to help support the local opportunities for Arrowmen and support upcoming
Lodge events.You can also learn about our Lodge History.
If you are a member of the OA, remember to keep your dues current. To wear the Lodge flap, members must be current in their dues and is required to attend any Lodge event. We have the 2019 Lodge Membership Renewal Form available. You can now use your computer to fill out your information using Adobe Reader (or a similar program) before printing. Dues are $15 for 2019. Membership questions can be directed to
Dues can be paid online via credit card at the new registration: Pay 2019 Dues!
Due can be paid at Scout stores with checks can be made to “Crater Lake Council – OA” Envelopes can be addressed to:
Crater Lake Council – BSA
Attn: Lo La’Qam Geela Membership Renewal
3039 Hanley Rd.
Central Point, OR 97502
Fall Fellowship Weekend: November 1-3. 2019 – Camp McLoughlin
Lodge Rules and Policies Document
The Lodge Executive Committee has approved on October 6. 2019 a revised set of Lodge Rules and Policies to be voted upon at the Lodge Meeting at Fellowship on November 2, 2019. They are posted here for review and any feedback and questions can be submitted to LodgeAdviser@OALodge491.org
The Lodge Executive Committee approved on November 4, 2017 a revised set of Lodge Rules and Policies and were ratified by Lodge membership on November 4, 2017 that clarified responsibilities and details from the previously ratified version on September
14, 2014 . Please click on link to read the current Lodge Rules Policies document. Any questions can be submitted to Admin@OALodge491.org.
The latest Firebird will been mailed to dues paid members and will be available electronically. Older versions are available. All comments can be submitted to Admin@OALodge491.org
Are you the type of person that likes to know about things as soon as possible? If you answered yes, you should follow us on social media.
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Facebook Group(only for OA members of our Lodge)
We hope to see you online and getting news and updates.