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OA - Kiskakon


The Order of the Arrow is the National Honor Society of the Boy Scouts of America and works to encourage continued participation in Scouting and camping . Kiskakon Lodge provides service to Camp Chief Little Turtle through cheerful, friendly service. Order of the Arrow Programs are coordinated by a Camp Chief and all programs unless otherwise announced will meet at the OA teepee in the parade field near Grandstaff Lodge. In addition to the exclusive OA programs listed below, this program also teaches the following merit badges:  





INDIAN LORE - Scouts will need to purchase a Native American craft kits available at the camp Trading Post. Scouts must complete requirement 1 before coming to camp. This badge is recommended for 2nd year campers and older.


OA DAY is Wednesday! Wear your sash all day to gain a “fast pass” entry for your meals. 
BROTHERHOOD CLASS will be offered at 1:00 pm in the OA Teepee.(Cost is $25 + current dues if not previously paid) 


BROTHERHOOD CEREMONY will be Wednesday immidiately after dinner! This is the opportunity for those eligible (Kiskakon members who have been Ordeal for 10 months) to seal their membership in the Order by taking their Brotherhood.   
CALL-OUT CEREMONY will be conduced Wednesday after all program. All are welcome to meet the newest members. Register through the OA Camp Chief.  


RE-DEDICATION CEREMONY will take Place after the Call-Out Ceremony on Wednesday and all arrowmen are invited to participate and earn a special patch. 

KISKAKON LODGE ORDER OF THE ARROW “Home of the Standing Bear” 

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