NOAC 2009 Live!
Welcome to NOAC Live! 2009
Monday LIVE!


Del Loder receiving Liftetime Achievement AwardDel Loder Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
Del Loder is the fourth person ever to be awarded one of the most prestigious awards in the Order of the Arrow: The Lifetime Achievement Award. Del is a Vigil Honor member of T'Kope Kwiskwis lodge in Seattle, WA. Del has been involved in Scouting for over 60 years and has more than 50 years of service with the Order.

Distinguished Service AwardDistinguished Service Award Recipients
At Sunday night's Awards Show, 49 Arrowmen received the Distinguished Service Award. Read more about each Arrowman and the contributions made by each of them to the Order.



Red Arrow Recipients
Created in 1967, the Red Arrow award is used by the National Order of the Arrow Committee to honor worthy persons who have made contributions to the Order although they are not part of the Order themselves. This year, three women received Red Arrow awards.

In keeping with the conference theme, we discovered how our founder used his Power of One to inspire and motivate others to commit and promote the values of scouting and the Order. The 2009 Distinguished Service Award and Red Award Recipients were introduced. Delbert W. "Del" Loder was presented the 2009 Legacy of Service Award.

Museum Grand Opening
Aspiring journalists and photographers share news from NOAC with their home newspapers and radio stations.

Lodge Ball
Lodge Ball is definitely one of the more popular activities at each NOAC. More than 120 teams registered for this fast-paced, stress-relieving game.

ONE Film Festival offers unique training perspective
Brand new at the 2009 NOAC is the ONE Film Festival.

Getting Personal with the North East
A bus filled with 502,044 golf balls!? For those of you who know him, it won't come as a surprise that our North East Region Chief and something to do with this.

Revised 8/3/2009