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The September LEC will be at the on Saturday  morning At 10:00 am on 9/9/17.



Wulapeju Lodge is currently collecting names for individuals who are interested in attending the National Order of the Arrow Conference (NOAC). NOAC is an awesome experience for any Arrowmen ranging from those who are brand new to the organization up to those of us that are wise beyond our years. The lodge has a limited number of participants we can take to NOAC due to the large amount of interest in the conference.

 You are encouraged to share your interest. We hope to take as many Arrowmen as possible.

When is NOAC? : July 30-August 3, 2018

Where is NOAC: Indiana University

Pricing and other information:  The conference price was announced on 8/1/17 and is $525. There will be additional charges for each attendee for the shirts, patches, etc. they purchase and the cost of the transportation to the event.

Filling out this form does not guarantee your membership in the Wulapeju contingent for the 2018 NOAC but it does help us contact you as we accept applications and deposits in the future.

Please click on this link to fill out the NOAC interest form.External Link


 Click here for a copy of the Lodge Bi-Laws 

National Service Grant

We have received a $1,600 2017 National Service Grant from the OA.

Click here to see the letter from National informing us of the Grant.

Click here to see the Service Grant request and information about the project.


Dues Forms:

Click here for the 2017 dues form that can be opened on your computer, you can then type in the information, then print the form and send it in to the Council office.

 There was a slight increase in the OA dues fee this year. Please click here for information about the increase.





On October 6-8th, the Order of the Arrow will be hosting its first-ever Hackathon. Located at the Intel office in Folsom, California, Arrowmen from across the nation are invited to innovate and pave the future of technology. 

One of the greatest parts of the Hackathon is that while encouraged, no previous coding experience is necessary. All members of the OA are welcome to work alongside Intel engineers to hack together innovative new ways to interact with our members. Over the course of the weekend Arrowmen will be placed into one of three teams: connections, games, or delivery. Working together, these three teams will have one day to corroborate and develop the technological forthcomings of the OA.

On connections, Arrowmen will focus on developing tools to help streamline internal communications. This team will hack out new, more effective ways for members to reach out to other Arrowmen all across the nation.

On games, Arrowmen will hack away new technology-based activities that Arrowmen can use to have some fun on the go. 

On delivery, Arrowmen will explore new ways to deliver program to participants. Whether it be getting the theme across or exploring a new registration system, this team will make it easier for both staff and participants to understand what is going on at events. 

For more information including pricing for this event please visit and





If you have any questions about the Lodge please contact Chuck Natoli the Lodge Adviser at