Awards

This award is the highest honor a lodge can bestow on a member. It is given to those OA Founders Award members who display the dedication of the Order of the Arrow founders, Dr. E. Urner Goodman and Col. Carroll Edson. The following inscription on the award medallion describes the spirit of the award: “For he who serves his fellows is, of all his fellows, greatest.” Click the title to view a list of the recipients.


This award was created in 1981 by the Nampa-Tsi Lodge to honor and recognize lodge members who have given distinguished service to the Lodge, the Order of the Arrow, Scouting, and the Great Rivers Council long-term camping program. The award was named in honor of long-time Scouter and Arrowman Fred A. Zimmann. Mr. Zimmann offered countless hours of service to this council and was once a member of Baden-Powell’s troop. Click the title to view a list of the recipients.

The Kindling the Spirit Award is based off of involvement in Nampa-Tsi Lodge and the Order of the Arrow and precedes the Living the Spirit Award. It is presented to members at the annual lodge banquet who complete the requirements listed on this form. The requirements for this award must be completed within a two-year period. The award may only be earned once.

 

 

The Living the Spirit Award is based off of heavy involvement in Nampa-Tsi Lodge and the Order of the Arrow. It proceeds the Kindling the Spirit Award. It is presented to members of the Nampa-Tsi Lodge at the annual lodge banquet who complete the requirements listed on this form. The requirements for this award must be completed within a two-year period. The award may only be earned once.

This scholarship was created in 1996 in honor of long-time Scouter and Arrowman M. “Zeke” Secora. Zeke was always adamant in his attendance to the National Order of the Arrow Conferences, which are held every two years. Click the title to view a list of the recipients.