The Order of the Arrow is a brotherhood of honor Scouts, centered around an American Indian theme that promotes camping and related Scouting programs. In the Order, the boys are the leaders, with adult advisors. Youth members are chosen by their fellow Scouts. Adults must be recommended for membership.

The OA Lodge in Burlington County is Hunnikick Lodge 76. Newly elected members have two opportunities during the year to join, at the Spring Ordeal in June, or the Fall Ordeal in September. Dues are collected annually and are effective January 1st to December 31st. The Lodge provides program and financial support to the Council and conducts various other activities, including a Scoutmaster Appreciation Dinner, an annual Family Banquet and the Haunted Woods at the Council’s Pine Tree facility.

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