I’ve Completed My Ordeal, Now What?

Well, first of all, congratulations on completing your induction into the Order of the Arrow and welcome to Unali’Yi Lodge. We offer many different opportunities for Arrowmen in our Lodge.

First of all, in six months after your induction date, you will be eligible for Brotherhood. What is Brotherhood? Click here to find out more information.

There are many other opportunities offered in our Lodge and beyond.

Lodge Executive Committee

In the Lodge, we have what is called a “Lodge Executive Committee,” or LEC for short. The LEC is made up of over 30 positions held by youth chairmen and supported by adult advisors. If you are interested in becoming a member of the LEC, talk to the Lodge Chief


We also offer many different committees to be apart of. From ceremonies, sing and dance, and activities, to unit elections and and Chapter Chiefs. For more information on each Committee, click here

Lodge Functions

Each year, our Lodge hold four functions a year. These include Spring Ordeal, Spring Fellowship, Fall Ordeal, and Fall Fellowship.

Cub Haunted

Each year, Unali’Yi Lodge puts on a cub event for the Coastal Carolina Council called Cub Haunted. This event is two sessions. Each night starts off with an opening show and costume contest. After the opening show, is when the fun gets started. We offer many different program areas, including a Haunted House, Haunted Hayride, Haunted Trail, and Glow in the Dark Wrist Rockets. Finally wrapping up the night with a snack.

Section E-7 Cornerstone Conclave

Conclave takes place every year in April at one of the nine Lodges in our Section, spanning from Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina.

National Leadership Seminar (NLS)

The National Leadership Seminar (NLS) is a weekend conference focused on the skills and attributes of leadership. The program enhances the leadership skills of the Order of the Arrow’s key youth and adult members as they seek to improve their services to the Boy Scouts of America and the greater community. The weekend format complements the longer, more detailed Junior Leadership Training program (for youth) and Wood Badge program (for adults). During the seminar, participants make a contract with themselves to apply the skills learned on projects in the lodge, council, and community. NLS prepares Arrowmen to become better leaders both within and outside of the Scouting program.

For more information, click here. If you are interested in attending NLS, talk to the Lodge Chief

National Order of the Arrow Conference

The National Order of the Arrow Conference (NOAC) is the flagship national Order of the Arrow event. It is held every two years at a major university campus and is attended by as many as 8,000 Arrowmen from all 50 states. It is second only to the BSA National Jamboree in size and scope. Our largest conference was in 2015, attended by more than 15,000 Arrowmen to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Order of the Arrow.

At NOAC, you can expect awesome shows every night. During the day, there are lots of training offered, and numerous competitions, ranging from Sing and Dance, to a science fair. Plus, we usually go up a day or two early and make a fun stop on the way up.

OA High Adventure

Each summer, the Order of the Arrow offers a myriad of different High Adventure opportunities to meet your summer needs. Maybe it’s wetting your appetite by going for a plunge in the Atlantic Ocean with the Ocean Adventure at the Florida Sea Base. Or maybe hiking is your passion; if so, what better place to go than the Philmont Scout Ranch, where you can hike the same trails as your Scoutmaster or Scouting ancestors as a part of your Trail Crew experience? Have you ever thought about what the Native Americans and early explorers did to be avid traders? Maybe the OA Voyage is your calling. Whatever your summer aspirations may be, these National High Adventure bases have put together a multitude of options for you.

For more information, visit OA High Adventure’s website by clicking here