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2016 Western Region Chief

Wauna La-Montay Lodge ArrowCorps 2016

A group of scouts use shovels to work on the trail

Wauna La-Montay Lodge will be hosting one of the largest OA Service Projects that Cascade pacific Council has ever promoted: ArrowCorps 2016. Spanning multiple Ranger Districts in two National Forest, projects will be varied, challenging, and satisfying. The projects include trail maintenance, fence construction, orphan campsite maintenance, and projects at Ranger Stations. An enrichment program, enhanced by the natural classroom environment, will be a part of the week long experience so you can learn many new skills while you give meaningful, visible, and long lasting service to the mt. Hood and Willamette national Forests. The event commences on August 14th, 2016 and will conclude on August 19th. Participants will be placed in different work crews, assigned specific projects, and over several days give cheerful service with logistical support from the ArrowCorps staff. On the 19th we will enjoy a day of fun at mt. Hood Ski Bowl, playing mini golf, using an Alpine Slide, and exploring the Terrain Park on two wheels.

ArrowCorps is open to any member of the Boy Scouts of America ages 14 and older. Membership in the Order of the Arrow is not a requirement to participate.

Cost: $105.00 per person for a Full Week $75.00 per person for a Half Week (Sun-Wed or Wed-Fri)

Two scouts take a break in a large hole Dates and Locations:

  • Sunday, August 14, 2016: Aubrey Watzek Winter Lodge
  • Monday - Thursday: Base Camps - Aubrey Watzek, Camp Baldwin, Camp Pioneer, Nanitch
  • Friday, August 19, 2016: Mt. Hood Ski-Bowl Fun Day

Important Notes:

  • Participants will receive two long-sleeve event shirts and a hard hat as part of the requried PPE for Forest Service work. Please indicate in the Notes section during registration your shirt size. Adult sizes available: S, M, L, XL, Other (indicate size if other)
  • There will be a Participant Skills Survey sent out 90 days prior to the event.
  • Staff training/development scheduled for May 13-15 at Nanitch Lodge. All Field Staff required to attend.
  • Current BSA Medical Form required, Part D encouraged, restrictions not applied. Download Medical Form(s) below.


The ArrowCorps page on our website is https://www.cpcbsa.org/arrowcorps. Along with the long sleeve shirts and hard hats for attending each participant will receive special patches given only to those who attend ArrowCorps 2016, have the option to receive T-shirts, and additional ArrowCorps items. We are currently working on getting a national officer at the event as well as a congressman and/or senator. Anyone flying in should email ahead of time so coordination is possible to make sure they are picked up and the airport and that they get back in time for their return flight. I am working on getting pictures of previous ArrowCorps and should be able to email them to you in the coming days. ArrowCorps 2016 is a once in a lifetime opportunity for Arrowmen and Scouts to continue the legacy of service that was started so long ago.

A senic group photo in front of a mountain

2016 Western Region Service Grant Recipients

The 2016 OA Service Grant recipients have been announced. Here are the councils from the Western Region that will receive grant money towards camp or service center projects:

Redwood Empire Council - Santa Rosa, California
$2,100 to acquire a 3D printer for the council’s STEM MakerLab

Golden Empire Council - Sacramento, California
$2,300 for the replacement of sleeping tent platforms at Camp Winton

Mount Baker Council - Everett, Washington
$1,300 to complete the initial ground work needed for the new Aquatics Center at Fire Mountain Scout Camp

Great Alaska Council - Anchorage, Alaska
$1,100 for the new campfire bowl at Denali High Adventure Base

Greater Wyoming Council - Casper, Wyoming
$1,800 to support a new aquatics area building for changing, instruction, and equipment storage at Camp Buffalo Bill

Oregon Trail Council - Eugene, Oregon
$1,020 for the construction of a waterfront boathouse and instructional facility at Camp Baker

2016 Double Vigil Golf Classic



The Double Vigil Golf Classic, Saturday, January 30th, 2016 at the Arizona Grand Resort & Spa.


The 16th annual Double Vigil Golf Tournament is right around the corner. Yes you read this correct. We will now be hosting this tournament on a Saturday. Our hope is this new format will enable all of our brothers from around the nation to participate. You’ve spent the last few years working on this AMAZING Centennial year for the Order of the Arrow! Now it’s time to take a load off, relax with your fellow brothers, family, and friends.  With this change of days we are also hoping to increase participation. With this in mind we are asking all of past participants to help us recruit either one more player and or one more sponsor. Overall this weekend will be the best way to kick off the Second Century of the Order of the Arrow! Hope to see you in Phoenix!


What to expect: Lunch, 18 holes of wonderful golf in a 4-person Best-Ball Scramble Choose between Championship Flight or the Fellowship Flight. The first being an all and out battle for the Wadford Cup and the second being a more kickback flight focused more on fellowship, a relaxing evening social, raffle, meet the new National Officers, raising funds for the Legacy Fund, new best dressed contest for teams and individual, hospitality suite at the event hotel and much much more!

Registration Fee :

Double Vigil Level Sponsor - $775: Entrance for a team of four, plus a Hole Sponsorship.

Vigil Level Sponsor - $375: Entrance for two players plus a Hole Sponsorship

Brotherhood Level Sponsor - $175: Entrance for one player plus a Hole Sponsorship

Ordeal Level Sponsor - $109: Entrance for one player

Where to Stay: Hotel rooms have been reserved and now all we need is occupants.

Embassy Suites by Hilton Phoenix Tempe

4400 South Rural Road

Tempe, Arizona 85282

Registration for the event will be coming online shortly. Up to date information is located on www.dvgc.org

2015 Distinguished Service Award Recipients Announced

dsa-smallOn May 20, 2015, the National Order of the Arrow Committee approved 57 persons to receive its Distinguished Service Award (DSA) for outstanding service to the Order on a Sectional, Regional, and/or National basis.  Since 1940, only 965 Distinguished Service Awards have been presented.  The 57 newly approved DSA honorees will be recognized during the 2015 National Order of the Arrow Conference (NOAC) at Michigan State University. Congratulations to the 11 recipients representing the Western Region!


  • William Josef Barton IV
  • Nicholas G. Dannemiller
  • David Dye
  • Dr. Robert Michael Gates
  • Samuel Giacalone
  • Ryan Jones
  • Michael Kintscher
  • Timothy I. Malaney
  • Daniel B. Maxfield
  • Mark Stickel
  • Brian T. Wilder

Click here to see the full recipient list on the National OA Website.

2015 Western Region Chief

Nathan Lee, Section Chief from Section W-1N, has been elected as our 2015 Western Region Chief! Nathan will lead the Region at NOAC and help lead the development of the centennial NOAC!

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