Jaccos Towne Lodge is currently recruiting Arrowmen to join us on an amazing journey to the University of Tennessee for the largest Order of The Arrow event available! Over 6,000 Arrowmen will be attending this event, including lodges from every state in the country.
What is NOAC?
The National Order of the Arrow Conference (NOAC) is where Arrowmen from all over the nation join together to celebrate the Order of the Arrow. NOAC is the second largest national event in scouting. During NOAC, Arrowmen will take part in a 5-day long conference that includes training sessions from quality trainers, nightly shows, and a long list of recreational activities and competitions.
What happens at NOAC?
NOAC has so much to offer! From trainings, night shows, adventure central, the HUB, and of course, lots and lots of patch trading. Below are some videos that can sum up this amazing event.
NOAC 2022 National Promo Video
NOAC 2020 National Promo Video
NOAC 2018 National Promo Video
Who can go to NOAC?
Anyone in the Lodge can go to NOAC, no matter how long or little you have been in the organization. The Lodge; however, will be keeping a strict 1:1 youth-to-adult ratio so we make sure our Lodge youth have the chance to attend.
What is the price for NOAC?
The price to go to NOAC 2022 with our Lodge will be $800. Right now you can save your spot in the Jaccos Towne Contingent for $100, which will go towards your entire fee. This price includes:
What is the payment schedule?
Below is the Lodge’s current payment schedule for those planning to attend as members of the Lodge Contingent.
|1st Payment||Due November 10, 2021||$300|
|2nd Payment||Due February 10, 2022||$300|
|Last Payment||Due May 10, 2022||$100|
|Late Fee||Starting June 1, 2022||$50|
What are the Lodges travel plans?
The Lodge will be taking a charter bus from Golden-Burke Scout Center to Tennessee. The bus will be equipped with a bathroom, TVs for watching movies, charging outlets, and USB ports, as well as individual A/C and WiFi.
How do I register for NOAC?
You can register for NOAC 2022 by clicking the button below.