Pa-Hin Lodge Leadership

Next to the membership itself, the lodge is the most important element in the Order of the Arrow because that is where the program is carried out. But before it can carry out the program, the lodge must be properly organized. (Guide for Officers and Advisers, 2012, p. 7).

Pa-Hin Lodge is led by a group of five youth officers, elected each year at Fall Conclave, plus the previous year's Lodge Chief. Officers serve one year terms from January 1st through December 31st. The lodge also has a number of committees led by a youth committee chairman who is appointed by the Lodge Chief.

The Lodge Executive Committee (LEC) is the steering committee for the lodge. It is comprised of: lodge officers, the lodge operating committee chairmen, the chapter chiefs, and lodge and chapter advisers.

Lodge Officers

Youth leadership for the Pa-Hin Lodge. Click here to learn more.

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Lodge & Chapter Advisers

Adult leadership for the Pa-Hin Lodge. Click here to learn more.

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LEC

Lodge Executive Committee is the governing board for the lodge. Click here to learn more.

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Activities

Lodge Activities committee plans lodge events. Click here to learn more.

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Ceremonies

Lodge Ceremonies committee provides ceremonies training. Click here to learn more.

Founder's Award

Special opportunities for Arrowmen at each of the national high adventure bases. Click here to learn more.

History

Learn about some of the special awards available for Arrowmen. Click here to learn more.

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Membership

Tracks the Lodge membership roster and unit elections. Click here to learn more.

Patches

Scouting for Life is a public awareness project about organ donation. Click here to learn more.

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Publications

Pa-Hin Lodge gives service back to Scouting and the council. We work on projects of many different sizes. Click here to learn more.

Service

OA elections & camp promos occur annually between December 1 and April 1. Click here to learn more.

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Vigil Honor

Troop Representatives and Advisers are liaisons between the OA and their unit. Click here to learn more.