Section NE-4B is home to many of the Northeast Region’s Strongest and most well represented lodges. With the dedication and spirit of its members, the lodges of NE-4B will continue serving scouting in Southwestern Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Maryland for years to come.
Are you looking for a way to represent Section NE-4B?! You are in luck because we have an online trading post. Purchase all your new merch today on our online trading post!
Online Section SG Trading Post link: Section NE-4B Trading Post
Are you interested in attending one of the 4 National High Adventure Bases of the Boy Scouts of America, but you don’t have the finances to go on a one week trek with your Council. Don’t fret because the Section has a scholarship to help you out. Through OAHA (Order of the Arrow High Adventure) you get to spend TWO weeks on the National Adventure Base of your choice and the Section will cover your registration for the program. To find out more about the OAHA programs click here. If you have any questions you can contact us here. (Section NE-4B OAHA Scholarship Application)
Why should one attend OA High Adventure(OAHA)? Read these articles from the two 2015 OAHA Section Scholarship recipients and check out http://adventure.oa-bsa.org/ for more information on Northern Tiers Wilderness Voyage and all of the other great programs one can attend threw the Order of the Arrow!
“I had such a wonderful time at my OA Wilderness Voyage trip. I really enjoyed all of the time spent away from modern living and technology, cooking on an open fire every evening, drinking lake water which is so much better than regular water, and meeting some of the best guys ever who I have no doubt will be some of my lifelong friends. Nothing I have done in my scouting career has been as great of an experience as the time I got to spend up there in the Boundary Waters.”
— Aaron Coffman, NE-4B Secretary (2015 Scholarship recipient)
“OA Wilderness Voyage is by far my favorite scouting memory. Throughout the course of a two week journey, I was able to see over 150 miles of some of the most breath taking scenery in the nation. It was a great feeling to be able to give back to the Boundary Waters through our work on the portage trails. I also had a chance to meet Arrowmen from every corner of America and build life-long friendships. OA Wilderness Voyage for me has truly been a life changing experience.”
— William Moats, Wagion Lodge 6 Communications Chairman (2015 Scholarship recipient)