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The Order of the Arrow is Scouting’s National Honor Society. Founded in 1915, the OA has recognized Scouts and Scouters who best exemplify the Scout Oath and Law in their daily lives for over a century. Today, the service, activities, adventures, and training provided by the OA are models of quality leadership development and programming that enrich, support, and help extend Scouting to America’s youth.

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(Dates/Times are listed in Hawaii Time if location is Not Listed)

The ACT Conference will help lodges ADAPT to face major challenges, COLLABORATE with their peers across the section, and eventually THRIVE and become high performing. The leadership theory and pedagogical techniques employed in the course reflect the current best practices in teaching and learning as described in the appropriate literature.

The Conference will take place over the course of two days:
Hawaii: Friday November 3, 2023 6pm-9pm Hawaii Time (Continues at the same time on Saturday, November 4)
Asia: Saturday November 4, 2023 1pm-4pm Japan/Korea Time (Continues at the same time on Sunday, November 5)

The purpose of the National Planning meeting is to bring the adult leadership of the Order of the Arrow, in the form of the National OA Committee and key volunteers together with the youth leadership of the OA in the form of an assembly of the Section Chiefs. Together the adult leadership assists and guides the youth leadership as they layout plans for the coming year or two, select a theme for the conference or other national event and create working committees. The National Planning Meetings make the plans necessary to stage the next NOAC. One of the other key features and the most anticipated portion of the meeting is the election of youth national officers.

The Section Council of Chiefs is the voting body of the section. It is comprised of the lodge chiefs from the two lodges in G19, as well as the section officers and the immediate past section chief. The Council of Chiefs, or COC, meets normally 4 times per year. The Meeting starts 6pm on Friday Hawaii Time and 1pm on Saturday Japan/Korea Time.

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