Lodgemaster is the National Order of the Arrow computer records system.
It is used to keep track of members, events, and communications and is now available for all members.
You can view and update your personal information, view/print your membership card and see the calendar of events..
Future releases should have event signups, and dues payment.
If you don't have access yet, email the firstname.lastname@example.org and request your portal invitation today!
Pay your 2022 Lodge dues.
Pay Early and Save
Choose Golden Arrow and all your Lodge events for the year are included. (Ordeals - Fall Fellowship - 2023 Banquet)
With active membership, you are entitled to attend all functions of the lodge appropriate for your honor level.
It also entitles you to wear your OA flap.
Technically, if you don't pay your dues, you are not an active member, and the flap should be removed from your uniform.
Cahuilla / Puvunga Lodge Galaxy Games
Rifle Shooting competition, climbing tower and many more activities! Last chance for Brotherhood for this year.
Don’t miss out on this great event event!
Registration extended to Nov 1
8AM to 4PM, Saturday, October 16, 2021
The Cahuilla Lodge #127 along with the Bureau of Land Management is proud to announce the 2021 annual service project.
This service project will be at the southeastern corner of Sheephole Valley Wilderness. The event will improve naturalness within and adjacent to the Sheephole Valley Wilderness.
We will be cleaning debris, improving camping areas, installing fences and assisting with restoration. There are multiple sites with projects available for Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Venturing Crews, and Sea Scouts.
Section W-4S Conclave October 8-10, 2021
Camp Tahquitz 41700 CA-38, Angelus Oaks, CA
Conclave registration is $40 before September 24, 2021
All new Arrowmen attend for half- price! $20 before September 24, 2021
Registration increases to for everyone on September 24, 2021 – Save money and register now!
Online Registration: https://scoutingevent.com/039-50024
September 24 - 26
We need Scouts and Scouters to help with various activities throughout the day.
This is a great opportunity to give service to all of our packs/troops in our Council. Whether it's helping with the pancake breakfast, the BBQ dinner, staffing the camping promotion booth, or working on OA Island we need your help.
Sign up now and be of cheerful service.
Ordeal #3 - August 13 - 15
If you are a candidate for the Order of the Arrow, you will need to complete your Ordeal this year.
This Ordeal is on August 13 - 15 and will be done in person at Camp Emersion.
If you would like to complete your Ordeal at this event then you will need to register on the link below. Cost is $50
Online Registration - August Ordeal
Ordeal #2 July 9 - 10
Ordeal #3 August 13 - 15
Member registration for the next two Ordeals are up. These Ordeals will be in person.
The July Ordeal will be at the Jurupa Mountain Discovery Center. (no Brotherhood ceremony) The August Ordeal will be at Camp Emerson.
Come out and help our candidates become new members in the OA. We are looking for general members, Elangomats and ceremony teams. See the flyer for more details.
Online Registration - July Ordeal
Indian Affairs LLD
August 7 - 9AM to 4PM
Craft Projects, Skills Exhibitions
Ceremony Team Judging Class
All fees for crafts Indian Affairs Day are due by July 24, registration for the event closes August 2.
Ordeal #2 - July 9 - 10
This Ordeal is on July 9 - 10 and will be done in person at Jurupa Mountian Discovery Center.
Shoreline Cleanup Service Project
Lake Perris - June 5 - 7:00AM to 11:30AM
The service project will be a shoreline cleanup along Alessandro Island and the eastern shoreline of the lake. We will meeting in Lot 6 at 7:00AM for a safety briefing and then paddling kayaks and canoes along the shoreline to pick up trash. For those scouts and cub scouts that are unable to use the boats, there will be a secondary service project of picking up trash along the eastern shoreline of Lake Perris.
Be sure to download all of the required forms and releases.
Get the latest information from the Section W4S newsletter
May 22 - 8 AM
Please come out and help with weed and small brush clearing for the Temescal Day Camp archery. The service day is hosted by Cahuilla Lodge and Navajo Chapter of the Order of the Arrow.
Vantage Point Church - Eastvale
Please register for this service so we know how many to expect.
Camp Emerson needs volunteers to help with staffing at the Emerson Program Weekend.
Come out with your fellow Arrowmen and provide some service to camp!
There is no charge for this event, but you will need to register with the link below. Staffing will be limited so sign up today!
Do not sign up for the Program Weekend on the councils website unless you are attending as a participant.
Ordeal #1 - April 30 - May 1
The first scheduled Ordeal is on April 30 - May 1 and will be done virtually with an in person service event on Saturday.
Candidate Ordeal Registration
Ordeal #1 April 30 - May 1
Member registration for the first Ordeal is up. This Ordeal will be virtual with a service component on Saturday. Chapters will be organizing the local service so be sure to check with your leadership for details.
If you would like to help out, then register as a general member or Elangomat.
Cost for members is $0.
Member Ordeal Registration
The Order of the Arrow’s national leadership invites you to join us for Momentum: Discover, a national virtual event taking place from April 23-25!
After months of isolation and quarantine, it’s time to get back into the outdoors!
At Momentum: Discover, we’ll come together as a movement to prepare for a successful summer camp season and recommit ourselves to the joys of camping and the outdoors.
Anyone can view the live stream of the Momentum: Discover content at no cost, and no registration is required.
The programming will be publicly available online. However, premium delegates, for a fee of $25, will receive exclusive benefits during this special event.
Section W-4S will be holding an ACT Conference to help lodges Adapt to face major challenges, Collaborate with their peers across the section, and Thrive to help them become High Performing Lodges.
On Zoom Monday, March 22 From 7:15PM to 8:15PM
Learn how the OA Representative:
• Serves as a two-way communication link between the troop and the lodge or chapter.
• Assists the troop (as appropriate) as a trainer of leadership and outdoor skills.
• Attends troop and chapter or lodge meetings regularly as a youth representative of the troop and Order.
March 20, 2021
There is no charge for this event, but you will need to register with the link below. Staffing will be limited to the first 20 that signup.
OA Staff Registration
A Night In Venice
January 23, 2021
Event link will be sent to registered guests
2020 Golden Arrow Members – Free
Please pay your 2021 dues prior to banquet.
Prepare your favorite Italian dinner and join us for a great evening highlighting 2020 accomplishments and installation of our 2021 Lodge Officers.
Registration is now open for the second Virtual Ordeal to be held on Dec 4-5.
If you would like to complete your induction into the Order of the Arrow, this is a great opportunity to become a member this year.
We also need members to step up and be Elangomats.
If you are interested, you will need to register online at the council website.
Join us for a safari based movie this Friday, November 20 at 6 PM.
Everyone is invited even if you are not attending Fall Fellowship this year.
Come and hang out with your friends and meet some new ones as we kick off this years Fall Fellowship.
If you did not recieve the email with the movie link information please contact Mike at email@example.com
November 21 - 10 AM to 4 PM
Come be a part of the fun and fellowship with Cahuilla and Puvunga lodges!
How would you like to compete in fun events as a group? Compete for the Negami (best Chapter at the Fall Fellowship), Spirit (most spirited Chapter at the Fall Fellowship) and Chapter Excellence (best Chapter over the past year). Awards will be presented at Lodge Banquet.
Momentum Spark Nov 6-7
Momentum: Spark is the second national event within the Momentum series, focusing around the Induction process.
Lodges are invited to host virtual inductions in tandem with national programming while current members undergo training and activities.
This is open to all members and we encourage you to join and participate.
Momentum Spark Registration
We have an exciting new opportunity for you to become involved with the Western Region! We want you to design an all new patch to be available in the Western Region trading post. The lucky winner will receive a complete set of their design and be featured on Social Media posts!
You have until November 7th to submit your designs.
Legal disclaimer: all submissions become property of the Western Region and we reserve the right to adjust the submission as needed.
Congradulations to Jesse Jones, our new Sections W4S Vice-Chief.
Also elected were John-Aaron Bozanic, Section W4S Chief and Carter Bohn, Section W4S Secretary.
Congradulations also to Cynthia Blessum on accepting her new role as Section W4S Adviser.
Cahuilla Lodge encourages everyone to continue Scouting.
Show everyone you kept
#ScoutingAtHome - #CIEC - #CahuillaLodge during the Covid-19 pandemic.
This patch is available to all Cub Scouts, Scouts BSA, Venturers, and Sea Scouts who have been Scouting at Home.
Patches will be ordered Sep 30 so get your orders in today.
September 26, 2020
The theme for NPLD 2020 is "More Ways to Connect to Nature."
Cahuilla Lodge will be hosting a virtual celebration including an online presentation over Facebook Live featuring a guest speaker during this year’s NPLD.
Cahuilla Lodge NPLD Signature Event - Presentation on Restoration of Public Lands and Protection of Natural Resources by Mona Daniels
OA Chapters of Cahuilla Lodge are encouraged to host a hike in their respective areas for their members or local troops for NPLD on September 26.
For Zoom information and more Click Here for Updated Flyer
TAKE A TOUR WITH SESAME STREET
Join Elmo, Murray, and park rangers as they explore plants, animals, habitats, and seasons in Grand Canyon National Park and Gateway National Recreation Area. Use accompanying hands-on activities to introduce preschoolers to the natural world.
FILL OUT AN ACTIVITY MAP
Download a free NPF Kids Activity Map and see what facts you can fill out. When you’re ready, check your answers against our answer key.
Activity based programs in national parks across the country offer young visitors the chance to join the National Park Service “family” as a Junior Ranger. Download special interest books to do at home – some parks will even mail you a Junior Ranger badge in return!
Take a virtual visit and tour to Channel Islands National Park with Jordan Fisher and Crater Lake National Park with Dierks Bentley. Watch these videos on a mobile device to get the full experience – move around to see the full span of these remarkable landscapes.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, the California Inland Empire Council has decided to cancel the Fall Ordeal planned at Camp Emerson for August 14-16. Our first priority is the safety and health of our youth and adult members. After careful consideration we have determined that an in-person Ordeal, even with social distancing restrictions, poses too great a risk for the spread of COVID-19.
We realize this is disappointing for the youth and adults who were looking forward to being inducted into the Order in August. We are working with national Order of the Arrow leadership to determine a safe way we can induct all candidates as soon as possible.
Thank you for your hard work electing new candidates for our Order and preparing for the Ordeal. The success of our lodge is vital to the success of our council and Cahuilla Lodge continues to receive national recognition for excellence. I look forward to joining you in welcoming our new members soon.
Supreme Chief of the Fire
The National Leadership Seminar (NLS) has been a long-time staple of honing the leadership skills of Arrowmen from across the nation since its first introduction in 1978.
When first implemented, the program itself was created with the main focus that the lodge key three would attend at least once every three years.
Since then, it has gone through several changes to broaden its scope and reach. In the past twenty years however, the program has remained vastly unchanged. This year is different.
Western Region NLS
2020 Indian Affairs Day
9AM To 4PM, Saturday, August 29, 2020
Craft Projects, Skills Exhibitions,
Cub Scout Bear Rank Advancement Opportunities,
Chance To Complete Requirement #3b For Indian Lore Merit Badge,
Special Presentations, Ceremony Team Judging Class
$15 EVENT FEE AND FEE INCLUDES 1 SPIRIT FEATHER KIT
Registration closes August 17th
Want to participate in an exciting national event this summer without leaving the comfort of your home? We encourage you to join Arrowmen from across the nation for Momentum: Launch, a unique virtual event experience taking place August 4th-6th. Momentum: Launch is more than a virtual program, it’s a fully interactive and engaging event experience that will launch the momentum our organization needs to continue filling its purpose during the new normal we find ourselves in.
Participate in games, activities, and competition with Arrowmen from across the nation. Learn from highly qualified trainers about interesting topics—both in and out of the OA. Ask questions to a panel of OA national officers. These opportunities and more will be available to participants of Momentum: Launch!
Register Today at https://registration.oa-bsa.org/
42th Annual Scout Memorabilia Auction
Auction Postponed. Date to be determined.
Riverside County Bar Association 4129 Main Street, 3rd Floor, Riverside, CA 92501
100's of items: including CSP's, OA Flaps, Books, Mugs, Uniforms, Pins, Jamboree, Philmont and other BSA related items to bid on!
2020 National Order of the Arrow Conference
The 2020 National Order of the Arrow Conference has been cancelled out of concern for the safety of all attending Arrowmen, as well as the Michigan State University and East Lansing communities.
Many factors were considered in making this difficult decision. National worked closely with both the local health department and Michigan State University, and determined that it was impossible under current and anticipated conditions to hold a safe and exciting NOAC.
WE MAY NOT BE ABLE TO MEET BUT THE SHOW MUST GO ON!
THIS YEAR’S AUCTION WILL BE LIVE ON EBAY OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL WEEKS.
E-Bay Auction Link
Western Region 2019 Winner
E. Urner Goodman Camping Award
National Service Award
We are calling on Scouts across the country to build on the tradition of honoring our nation’s fallen heroes this Memorial Day by posting public tributes to our veterans in partnership with the National Cemetery Administration and by participating in the National Moment of Remembrance with a special Scout salute. Follow the steps below to participate in this important effort.
Post at least one tribute message for a fallen hero within the Veterans Legacy Memorial– a digital memorial that houses a profile for each veteran interred at a national cemetery.
Please consider leaving a tribute for one of the fallen heroes who has passed away during the COVID-19 pandemic – at a time when customary services and funeral honors cannot safely be performed. The names of those service members are listed on the VA’s Roll of Honor webpage and then copied and pasted into the search bar within the Veterans Legacy Memorial.
All tributes are reviewed by the VA before being posted so there may be a delay before your message appears on the page.
Use the social-sharing feature at the top of the Veterans Legacy Memorial pages to tell your family, friends and neighbors about the fallen hero you selected and ask them to write their own tribute.
Include #ScoutSalute #NoVeteranEverDies in your post.
Fill in the name of the fallen hero you selected and place the Memorial Poster in a window in your home for all to see.
Download and customize a template:
At 3:00 p.m. local time on Memorial Day, every Scout should salute the American flag from their driveway, sidewalk, or home in Scouting uniform and say the name of a fallen hero to honor them for their service.
At 3:01 p.m. local time, all Scouts who play the bugle or horn are invited to play “Taps” from their homes in unison with others throughout their community.
Share your photos on social media now through Memorial Day using #ScoutSalute #NoVeteranEverDies.
New Council Website Address Update your links to the new CIEC council website address: