Wipala Wiki lodge is the Order of the Arrow lodge for Grand Canyon Council. While our council headquarters are in Phoenix, we have roughly 1600 members making us one the largest in the country both in membership and geographically. We have members all around the state of Arizona. Our lodge was formed in 1950 and is going strong 70 years later. Our lodge makes up one-fourth of Section
If you have questions about our lodge, please direct them to our volunteer Lodge Adviser, Jeff Posey.
August 2 - 6th
Order of the Arrow
March 6-8th at the Heard Scout Pueblo.
Here is a past welcome message to Order of the Arrow Candidates. This video is from 2013 - so pronouns are definitely Boy Scouts, He / Him Etc. We will work to get this get updated in the future.
New Lodge Flaps
Learn more about our new lodge flap and our new sponsor flaps. We have sponsorship flaps available to help make our Ordeal fees lower for our new Brothers.
Effective January 1, 2020, Wipala Wiki lodge has moved from four Ordeals annually to two Ordeals. One Ordeal Induction weekend in the spring and one in the fall. Why the Change? We want to have less lodge events that take new Arrowmen away from their Troop, Crew,...
Hello Wipala Wiki Lodge & Grand Canyon Council, These past couple of months have been the most successful months Wiki has seen! As a leadership team, we have conducted two business meetings that have allowed us to thrive in such a minimum amount of time we have...
“Who among you now is ready? Who among you will go on this journey?” It has been 36 years since I heard these words on a dark night, as a young scout, from a Chief I could barely see through a smoky fire. I remember these words, because I bought in immediately to the...
Hello Wipala Wiki and Grand Canyon Council! My name is Kyle W. and I am your 2020 Wipala Wiki Lodge Chief. For those of you who don’t know me, I am an Eagle Scout from Troop 21 out of Surprise, Arizona. This past year I have had the honor of completing my Vigil, being...
Beyond the Lodge
National Order of the Arrow Conference
August 3-8th at Michigan State University
It is a Conference Year! Definitely be sure to make plans to join the lodge contingent or NOAC staff this year!
Have you planned your spring break yet? If not, sign up to join the Order of the Arrow during Philbreak as the Order performs cheerful service at the BSA’s premier high adventure base. Arrowmen from your lodge could help to prepare Philmont for the 2020 summer season!...
Effective January 1, 2020, changes will be enacted pertaining to the attire worn by ceremonialists during the official Order of the Arrow ceremonies. While American Indian attire has been the historic tradition used in OA ceremonies, circumstances may dictate that...
We hope to see you and members of your lodge at the 2021 National Jamboree as a member of Operation Arrow! The OA has supported National Jamborees since 1950, but next year we will embark on our largest initiative to date. When tens of thousands of Scouts descend on...
Fellow Arrowmen, are you looking for a different way to enjoy NOAC? Well you are in luck, as we are currently looking for Arrowmen just like you to join our staff for NOAC 2020! Whether you are interested in writing articles or being a stage crew member for the NOAC...
Have you been looking into attending NOAC 2020 only to realize that you are physically just unable to go? Well, many Arrowmen just like you faced that exact problem in 2018. So, we decided to create an entirely new NOAC experience which allowed those Arrowmen who...
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