A modern fable tells the story of a busy father, trying to get work done while also being responsible for his young son.Being bored, the boy was pestering his father.In an attempt to occupy his son, the man tore out a magazine page that had a map of the world.He tore this into many pieces and scattered them on the living room floor.He said to his son: “You like puzzles. Put this puzzle together and I’ll give you ten bucks.”
Recently, Muscogee Lodge sent 28 Youth, 7 Adults and 9 Staff (Youth and Adults) to join nearly 7,000 of their brother Arrowmen at the National Order of the Arrow Conference (NOAC) at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. NOAC is the second largest gathering of Scouts in the country (National Jamboree is the largest) and takes place every 2 or 3 years. The emphasis at NOAC is on Leadership and Training. It is also the national level for competition in American Indian Activities.