Octoraro Lodge has over 800 active arrowmen who donate hundreds of service hours annually to help maintain Horseshoe Scout Reservation and encourage camping in Chester County Council. We hope that this site will answer some of your questions about our lodge. If you have any questions, feel free to ask.
Here is a look at this coming work weekend's menu (April 24th - 26th).
Friday Arrival Snack
French Bread Pizza w/Pepperoni
Sausage Croissant Sizzli (Donated by Wawa)
Beef Tacos or Fajitas w/ Peppers and Onions, Cheese, Salsa, Re-fried Beans
Chicken in Cream Sauce w/ Fettuccine Noodles
Rolls w/ Butter
Saturday Night Snack
Soft Pretzel Bites
Pancakes w/ bacon and syrup
Want to know more about ArrowTour? Here is a promotional video of the fun that is to come! Mark your calendars: June 24th, 2015 at Camp Horseshoe!
Did you know that you could stay in the OA Lodge at Camp Horseshoe for about $50 and a few other requirements?
Click Here for more information on requirements and how to reserve and how to be winter camp staff.
The NOAC patch sets have been approved by the Lodge Committee and you can order pre-order them today!
Click Here or the image above to be directed to the order form.
The sets available for pre-order include four 2-piece sets, the centennial flap and the NOAC fundraiser flaps.
Note to Octoraro 22 NOAC delegates: You have already received information about purchasing these sets (excluding the NOAC fundraiser flaps) when you register to pay your remaining conference balance. However, you can use this link to purchase additional sets after paying your balance.
For those who cannot pickup your sets after NOAC at the September weekend, they can be mailed to you: ensure you add an additional shipping fee to your order. Centennial flaps that are pre-ordered can be picked up starting at the Annual Lodge Banquet.
Octoraro Lodge 22 has created Youth Protection Procedures for OA Service Weekends. To view the procedures, click here.
If you would like to extend your eligibility to take your ordeal past the one year mark after your initiation you must be approved by the Lodge.