Indian Summer 2003

Order of the Arrow

Sunday, August 3, 2003

Boy Scouts of America

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It does not require many words to speak the truth.
–Chief Joseph

Arrowmen at Opening GatheringOpening Gathering Energizes Spirits

Learn how Indian Summer officially began as nearly 1,000 Arrowmen converged on Spilman Auditorium for an evening of Indian dancing, ceremonies, and words from our national officers.

Inductions & Ceremonial EventsThe Coolest Thing Going:
Inductions & Ceremonial Events

Arrowmen were immersed in Native American culture on Sunday. Here is a behind the scenes history of the American Indian Activities Committee and creating the best ceremonial training the Order has ever seen.

Meet the Program Vice Chiefs

Indian Summer is being brought to you by the work of many Arrowmen and committees.  Meet the leadership of these committees, the program vice chiefs.

Religious Services Held

Scouts gather to fulfill their greatest obligation.

Where Are They Now?

Russell Cann was the 1995 Southern Region Chief...but where is he now?

Man on the Street

Meet some Arrowmen at Indian Summer and learn what they would do if they were the national chief.

Saturday in Review

Scavenger hunts, museums, and tribal activities engaged Arrowmen arriving Saturday.

The Dream Catcher

Read the official daily newsletter for participants of Indian Summer!

Revised 08/03/2003.

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