In about 4 months, 8,000 Arrowmen will ascend upon Michigan State University for the 2020 National Order of the Arrow Conference. Many more will be participating from all around the country through the remote delegate program! Click here to check out the conference program guide, your guide to everything exciting happening from August 3-8 in East Lansing!
In the morning on Tuesday through Thursday, all delegates will have the opportunity to participate in training. The best part about NOAC training: you choose the sessions you attend from hundreds of options! Listed in the guide, you can choose training sessions focused on improving lodge practices, a plethora of cells on American Indian traditions, and many more. Slots are limited, so make sure you select your training path today.
In the afternoon, the program will shift to the many activities, competitions, and gatherings offered. Show off your athletic prowess through many team and individual competitions. For individual delegates, NOAC offers a variety of Track and Field Events, including the Goodman-Edson founders triathlon. Contingents can form a team and compete in relays and many tournaments are taking place, from volleyball to pickleball to ultimate frisbee. Also taking place in the afternoon will be the ceremonies and AIA competitions, giving contingents a chance to show their lodges’ ceremonies skills.
You will find all these program opportunities in the conference program guide, found here. Do not forget to make your selections in NOAERS, beginning April 1!