Centurion Award at NOAC

Family Camp Volunteers Needed

We need your help! Please pass this on to your units and brothers:

This weekend, Monmouth Council​ is holding Family Camp at Quail Hill Scout Reservation​ – over 1000 people have signed up!

We need help manning different activities and areas on Saturday:
– Kitchen: help us prepare lunch for staff
– Parking: 8am
– Stations: run 10am – 4pm: knots, sno cone, BB guns, archery, sling shots

It is going to be a great day – come out and help show off our great camp and how much fun Scouting can be!

Have questions? Need more info? Ready to help? Email lodgeadviser@natsihi.org.

ArrowTour Centennial Experience

ArrowTour is an interactive event for Scouts, volunteers, and Scouting alumni that will travel throughout the country during the summer of 2015. The tour will make four stops in New Jersey, click the links below for each stop’s schedule.

Saturday, June 27th at the Garden State Council Service Center
Sunday, June 28th at Alpine Scout Camp
Friday, July 3rd at Joseph A. Citta Scout Reservation
Tuesday, July 7th at Mount Allamuchy Scout Reservation

The purpose of the tour is to commemorate the Order of the Arrow’s 100th anniversary. During the event, participants will have the opportunity to learn about the Order of the Arrow, its story, and its future. Some of the program highlights include interactive exhibits, activities such as silk-screening and branding, and challenge games. Participants will have a chance to meet some of the Order’s national leaders, and alumni can learn about the Scouting Alumni Association and local alumni efforts to supporting Scouting in our area.

An exclusive ArrowTour Trading Post will carry ArrowTour and OA centennial merchandise. The program will conclude with a special show that recognizes the Order’s rich history and empowers participants to help shape the organization’s future. The Order of the Arrow is creating a truly unique and interactive experience for all Scouts, volunteers, and Scouting alumni.

Find more information about the ArrowTour routes and program on the web at arrowtour.oa-bsa.org. You can also keep up with the tour as it makes its way around the country by following @ArrowTour on Twitter.