OA/ Scout Beaver Day at Camp Ho Non Wah

Saturday will be an Camp Clean Up/Beaver Day for Camp Ho Non Wah.

Camp is not available for overnight camping for this weekend. We will meet between 8-8:30 am in the parking lot at camp and plan to finish by 4 pm.


Please complete the Google Form by Thursday, so that we can have a head count for lunch and we know what resources will be available for projects.  




Please bring work gloves and water bottle.


Thank you in advance for your service to camp.



Ethan Spence, Lodge Chief

James Barton, Lodge Adviser

2016 Fall Ordeal


The Fall Ordeal Weekend is right around the corner.  The Ordeal will be held September 9-11 at Camp Ho Non Wah.  Check-in will be in Full Field Uniform (Class A) with Sash beginning at 5 PM.  Check-in after 7 PM will be at the Trading Post.

Be sure to bring the following items with you:  tent, sleeping bag, work clothes, gloves, water bottle, complete changes of clothes, weekend camping gear and most importantly a completed Medical form, Parts A&B.  Turn this form in when you register.

**Please Note**

Cabins in New Shirmer and Matigwa are reserved for ordeal candidates.


**If you did not receive a mailing,  your dues may need to be paid or your address corrected.  Please see the lodge secretary to update this information or to pay your lodge dues.**


Register Online

2016 LLD

Our annual Lodge Leadership Development (LLD) Weekend is quickly
approaching. The LLD will be at Camp Ho Non Wah on the weekend of August
19- 21. This is a weekend for the Lodge Executive Committee to come together
and learn information for their new positions, establish plans for the upcoming year,
and most importantly strengthen our ties of brotherhood which are essential for a
successful year.

Please plan to arrive by 7:00 p.m. Friday night. Dinner will not be served on Friday
Evening. The training will start at 7:30 pm and will continue throughout the
weekend. Please bring materials to take notes, ideas for the upcoming year, and
a positive attitude to help us prepare the lodge for another great year.
The training will conclude Sunday morning by 10:00 a.m. There is no cost for this

If you have any questions please call or text me at (843)-480-7445. This is a
required event for all members of the Lodge Executive Committee. If you are
unable to attend, please contact me in advance.
I look forward to seeing you there!

Ethan Spence
Unali’yi Lodge Chief


LLD letter 2016

2016 OA Night at Camp Ho Non Wah

OA and Family night beginning at 5PM . HNW Alumni Association selling bbq dinners for $8.00. Plate includes BBQ or BBQ sandwich, baked beans, chips and an ice cold drink. Please come out and support our lodge and camp. Dance team performance begins at 7, campfire and call out ceremony begins at 8:00.


Dates for Family Night are:





2016 Where to Go Camping Guide

As a service of Unali”Yi Lodge 236, we produce a Where to Go Camping guide.  This guide is a resource for all scouting units in the Coastal Carolina Council and beyond.  The primary focus of the Order of the Arrow is camping promotion.  Download your copy today and share with your unit and district.  We’ve done the research, so you do not have to.


2016 Where to Go Camping Guide

2016 Lodge Plan Book

Every year, Unali’ Yi Lodge 236 produces a plan book that helps members with general information about the lodge as well as how we operate.  This is a great resource for all lodge members.  Download your copy below.


2016 Lodge Plan Book


2016 Dixie Fellowship- Results

We had a great showing this year at the Dixie Fellowship. Our Lodge had 88 Arrowmen attend the 2016 Dixie Fellowship at Knox Scout Reservation. In each area, Unali’Yi put forth their best. Here is a recap of the awards…

Lodge of the Year

Section Honor Lodge

Administrative Awards
2nd Place Planbook
3rd Place Where to Go Camping Guide
2nd Place Lodge Display
3rd Place Knowledge and Training (Led by Gabes Chiavacci)
1st Place Newsletter

Quest for the Golden Arrow
1st Place – Human Fooseball
2nd Place – Chariot Race
3rd Place – Tug-O-War
3rd Place – Archery
2nd Place – Ultimate Frisbee
Overall – 3rd Place for Quest for the Golden Arrow

1st Place – Pre-Ordeal Ceremony
2nd Place – Allowat – Alex Barton
2nd Place – Meteu – Ellis Moore
3rd Place – Kitchkinet – Joseph Hart
1st Place – Nutiket- Colin Reiheld
3rd Place – Brotherhood Ceremony
2nd Place – Meteu – Colin Reiheld
3rd Place – Nutiket – Joseph Hart
2nd Place – Kitchkinet – Ellis Moore

American Indian Activities (AIA)
Parade of Braves
2nd Place – Old Style – Ethan Spence
1st Place – Traditional – Gabes Chiavacci
1st Place – Straight Dance – Alex Barton
1st Place – Fancy Dance – Jamie Southard
2nd Place – Fancy Dance – Ronnie Hutto
Individual Dance
2nd Place – Old Style – Ethan Spence
1st Place – Traditional – Gabes Chiavaccii
3rd Place – Straight Dance – Alex Barton
1st Place – Fancy Dance – Jamie Southard
2nd Place – Fancy Dance – Ronnie Hutto
2nd Place – Sing Team
1st Place – Group Dance (First time in over a decade)

Also two of our youth served in leadership positions for the section this year at the Dixie Fellowship. They did an outstanding job representing our lodge on the Section Level:
Taylor Everard – Section Secretary (who was responsible for the Section 5 Feathers Newsletter at the Dixie Fellowship)
Hunter Gable – AIA Coordinator (responsible for overseeing the American Indian Activities).

A big thank you to all of our participants and advisors who served as judges this weekend. Look forward to seeing you at Spring Ordeal at Camp Ho Non Wah.

The Best is Yet to come!!!