Whats the point of a section?
The Order of the Arrow has three distinct organizational levels: lodges, sections, and regions. Lodges carry out the Order of the Arrow program at the local level and are closely tied with BSA councils. Sections consist of several lodges within a geographic region and regions in turn consist of sections within a geographic region of the United States. Lodges, sections, and regions each have a distinct set of responsibilities which ensure that the OA program runs smoothly.
Each section is led by a chief, vice chief, and secretary, who play a crucial part in making the annual Conclave a success. The section may lead training seminars, promote national programs of emphasis, and provide resources to local lodges. The section chief presides over the Council of Chiefs, attended by delegates of each member lodge.
Learn about how Section G3 has come to be and the history of our conclaves!
Learn about the long history of our Advisers and Chiefs!
Meet our Section Leadership team and learn about opportunities to get involved. Learn about our Officers, Advisers, Conclave Vice Chiefs, Coordinators, and what they all do!
Learn what our Section Service Award is, and who has received it!
View all nine lodges of our section, and who are leading them!