Wauna La-Mon'tay Lodge of the Order of the Arrow is an integral part of the programs of Cascade Pacific Council. Members of Wauna La-Mon'tay provide thousands of hours of service every year to Cascade Pacific Council's camps and members. From Community Service Projects to serving on outstanding Camp Staffs, our lodge's Arrowmen make up the best young men and women our council has to offer.
The purpose of the Order of the Arrow is fourfold:
1.To recognize those Scout campers who best exemplify the Scout Oath and Law in their daily lives
2.To develop and maintain camping traditions and spirit
3.To promote Scout camping
4.To crystallize the Scout habit of helpfulness into a life purpose of leadership in cheerful service to others
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Vigil Nominations Have Been Closed
EVENT REGISTRATION: These lodge events are currently available for registration:
2013 Event Registration Form
This form allows you to register for multiple events throughout the year in addition to pay your annual dues. The health information collected on this form is required to participate in any event. However, lodge holds on to this form throughout the year. Those Arrowmen who attend multiple events only need to turn in this form once.
Event Registration Form
NLS and NLATS November 22-24th, Jennings Lodge Retreat Center
The National Lodge Adviser Training Seminar (NLATS) is a weekend conference focusing on the skills and attributes of effective lodge advisers. It is intended primarily to enhance an adviser's knowledge of and connectivity with the OA's strategic plan, program and resources, while emphasizing personal skills that are essential to the development of effective youth leadership and ultimately the OA's service to the council. The National Leadership Seminar (NLS) is a weekend conference on the skills and attributes of leadership. It is intended primarily to enhance 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. NOTE: Participation is conditional on Lodge Approval: Contact Brad Harris at
2014 Arrow Corps
This is going to be one of the biggest service projects that our Lodge has ever done. The service project will be located in the Mt. Hood National Forest with specific location TBD, and is being conducted in partnership with the US Forest Service. This project is a way to learn new skills (build retaining wall or trail turnpike), providing much needed wilderness service, sharing fellowship with your OA brothers, and having an awesome outdoor adventure. The type of work we’ll be doing ranges from maintenance to repair damaged trails.
ArrowCorps 2014 means great food, fun and fellowship while providing highly visible and meaningful service in the outdoors.
There will be an age limit requirement of 14 & older, and we are looking to have both youth and adult volunteers. You DO NOT need be an OA member in order to take part in this great experience.
Dates and Location:August 17-23, 2014 — Mt. Hood National Forest
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VOICE OF THE BROTHERHOOD NEWSLETTER:
The printed newsletter of Wauna La-Mon'tay Lodge:
Current Issue: Revamped November 2013 Edition
WHERE TO GO CAMPING GUIDE:
The lodge has developed a resource for Scouting leaders - a guide of camping destinations for unit camping activities.
Download Guide (PDF 1.2Mb)
PAPER MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL FORM:
Members may renew their OA membership using a paper form or online (see next item). The paper form may be more convenient if you need to renew several persons. To do so, attach a list of members to be renewed, including any changes to address/phone/email so that the lodge is mailing to correct addresses.
ONLINE MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL:
Renew your lodge membership online. You will need name, date of birth, district and unit information and any changes in address/phone/email. Payment is done online in this option. If you would rather not renew online, or have several members to renew, the paper form may be a more convenient option (see previous item).
QUESTIONS? Contact Lodge Adviser Brad Harris at