Fall Fellowship Quickly Approaching!

Arrowmen, we are nearly one month away from Fall Fellowship on October 28th-30th at Camp Crooked Creek! Come join us for a weekend of fellowship at our premier event that focuses on one thing, fun! Chef‘d, our returning fan-favorite cooking competition will give Arrowmen a chance to show off their cooking skills. The entire weekend […]

Pay Your 2023 Dues Today!

Do you love being able to have hatchet throwing at Spring Pow-Wow or a dunk tank at Fall Fellowship? As with everything that we offer through the lodge, they cost money to put on, and one of the main ways we get these resources is through our annual dues collections. Like with unit elections, dues […]

Fall Induction Recap

Nguttitehen Lodge hosted three induction weekends this fall. Hosting one at each camp (Camp Crooked Creek, Tunnel Mill Scout Reservation, and Pfeffer Scout Reservation), we inducted 126 new members, and 27 Arrowmen sealed their membership by completing their brotherhood at these weekends. We came together at each of these events to give back to our […]

2022 Vigil Class Announced!

The Vigil Honor is the highest honor a lodge can bestow upon its members. One may achieve this honor by being brotherhood for two years and being chosen by the vigil selection committee made of active members of all honors. The honor is one that the members must hold themselves to at all times alongside […]

September 2022 Chiefly Speaking

Arrowmen, “He who serves his fellows is, of all his fellows, greatest” We hear these words at the outset ofour journey in this Order. As servant leaders, we do the difficult work, not because of any awardsor recognition but because we accepted the call to service in the Ordeal. While we can all pitchin for […]

September 2022 Advisers Minute

Arrowmen, Most of us know of E. Urner Goodman, as the founder of the Order.  But he didn’t do it alone,  He had the assistance of Carroll A. Edson. Borrowing from wikipedia ” Edson was hired by the Philadelphia Council of the Boy Scouts of America in 1915 as a Field Commissioner. He was then […]