2009 NOAC Saturday – Day 1

Posted on 01 August 2009 by Dan


2009 NOACThe National Order of the Arrow Conference (NOAC) kicked off today at Indiana University. If you aren’t one of the approximately 7,000 arrowmen in attendance, you can still get a feel for what is happening! The NOAC Staff is producing a website called NOAC 2009 Live!, where you can follow what is happening at NOAC day by day. According to Jeremy Yamaguchi, NOAC Live! Chairman, the teams are visiting and reporting from numerous areas of the conference day and night covering every aspect of the conference’s activities so you at home can get an accurate picture of conference life.

Saturday NOAC Highlights:

Welcome from the National Officers
Read the welcome message from Jack O’Neill, the 2009 National Chief of the Order of the Arrow, and Dan Higham, the National Vice Chief, to all of the participants at NOAC.

Participant Award
The 2009 NOAC Participation Award seeks to broaden the NOAC experience. Only NOAC 2009 guests completing the award requirements will earn this very special pin.

GuestPics
Did you take some pics while traveling? Did you take more pics while moving in? Arrowmen can submit photos of their trip and their experience at NOAC and upload them to share with ours.

A Day in the Life of Jack O’Neill
With the exception of starting his day with a bowl of Lucky Charms, our National Chief’s average day is never typical.

Welcome from the NOAC Live! Chairman
Jeremy Yamaguchi, NOAC Live! Chairman, gives a sneak peak of what to expect for this year’s conference.

The CornerstONE
Or, if you’d like something you can print and read, copies of the NOAC newspaper, The CornerstONE, are also available online.

The CornerstONE – Sunday, August 2, 2009 (2.1 MB PDF File)
The CornerstONE – Saturday, August 1, 2009 (1.8 MB PDF File)

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