Troop 501 Eagle Scouts

Andrew Jackson - 2011

Project: Recycle Bins at the World Bird Sanctuary

William "Billy" John Fisher, III - 2012

Project: Fire Truck Reading Center at Arnold Branch Library

Christopher "Blake" Hufford - 2013

Project: Flag Pole Installation and Beautification Project at New Hope United Methodist Church

Paul Morton Claeys - 2013

Project: Playground Renovation and Update; Construction and Installation of Benches at New Hope United Methodist Church's Preschool

Drew Vitello - 2014

Project: Development and Installation of interactive, 3-D, educational playground mural at New Hope United Methodist Church's Preschool

Brotherhood Honor


Congratulations on being inducted into, and becoming an Ordeal Honor Member of the Order of the Arrow. Seal your membership by becoming a Brotherhood Honor Member! The road is not easy, and there will be tests. To aid you in your quest, the National Office of the Order of the Arrow has established an OA JumpStart website:

Are you a new Ordeal member working towards your Brotherhood? Jumpstart is a resource developed by the Order of the Arrow to help new members expand their understanding of the OA. Jumpstart also includes a step-by-step walkthrough of all of the Brotherhood requirements. You will need your handbook and Adobe’s Flash player to access the Jumpstart resource.


When you get to the site, you will be asked for a password, referenced as the fifth word of the title on page 10 of your OA Handbook. This word is the same as the last word (but should be typed in all lowercase letters) that appears in the first question, at the top of the second page of “Questions and Answers,” “What are the three symbolic preparations for the ___?” found in your Shawnee Lodge Handbook.

Be sure to safeguard your Brotherhood Requirements Card, as you will need to complete all of the tasks, as indicated, and acquire signatures for each, in order to qualify for Brotherhood Honor. In the unfortunate event that you have misplaced yours, you may download another, here: Brotherhood Card.

Brotherhood Questions can be found in your Shawnee Lodge Handbook, the National OA Handbook, at the JumpStart site, or here: Brotherhood Questions.

100 Years of Service

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