Congratulations to our very own Section Chief Antonyo Mitchell who has been elected as the 2019 Western Region Chief of the order of the arrow.
Attention all Section members at Conclave: tonight’s opening campfire has been moved to the Long House. See you there!
Even though early registration is closed, you can still register for conclave onsite – just outside of the Camp Pigott dining hall starting at 6:00pm on Friday night.
Conclave registration will be open from 6:00-11:00pm on Friday night, and from 8am until Noon on Saturday. See you there!
Please arrive between 6pm-11pm on Friday or if you need to arrive on Saturday please arrive between 8am-11am. Please do not arrive earlier, as our staff will be working hard to get Camp ready for you.
When you arrive, staff will direct you were to park your car in the parking lot. Please note that you will be required to carry all of your gear to your campsite (1/8 a mile- 1/4 a mile). You will not be allowed to drive into camp.
Once you have all your gear and medical form you will be guided up to the dining hall where you will check in with the staff at the registration desk and receive your campsite assignment.
Each lodge will be given specific campsites, please only use your lodges assigned campsites. Campsites have adirondacks, open style cabin (sleeps 8), stents, small adirondacks (sleeps 3), and tent platforms, wooden Platform to set up a personal tent. Due to the limited number of stents and adirondacks, we do ask you to BRING YOUR OWN TENT if you have one. Camp has no mattresses so please also bring our own sleeping pad. In each campsite there are restrooms with flushing toilets and electricity however, showers are centrally located at the youth and adult shower houses.
In order to check-in you will be REQUIRED TO HAVE A BSA MEDICAL FORM PARTS A AND B. As always, a scout is prepared so take your 10 essentials, clothing for 2 days, your BSA Field Uniform with a sash, a tent and any other camping gear. Dinner will not be provided Friday so please bring your own or eat before.
As many of you know, this year at the 2017 National Jamboree the five pronged spear of Operation Arrow played a vital role in enhancing overall participant’s experiences and helping the Jamboree run smoothly and efficiently. The service corps was able to complete over 16,000 hours of service by helping in program areas all across the jamboree and provided security and crowd control at all the stadium shows and base camp bashes. The aerial sports team made sure that all the participants at all of the zip lines and canopy tours had a safe and enjoyable time, the medical transport team transported scouts in need, the trek guides gave scouts the inspiration and drive to reach the top of Garden Ground Mountain, and last but certainly not least the Indian village crew entertained and amazed scouts with their dancing and drumming skills. All in all, the Jamboree wouldn’t have been the same without the amazing service and support of those involved in Operation Arrow. If you ever get the opportunity to join those who make serving others their mission, look no further than Operation Arrow. If you missed out on serving in 2017, remember there’s always next time!