What we're all about.
At Wewanoma Lodge 272 we strive for a standard of excellence and strong dedication to cheerful service in the spirt of brotherhood. As young men come and go we aim to live the values of Scouting Oath and Law. The Order of the Arrow wants to prepare our young men for the world that lays before them.
July 12, 1944 thirteen ambitious young men became the first Arrowmen of the Wewanoma Lodge. Wewanoma comes from the name of an old club that use to belong to the Rio Grande Council known as "We Want No Mas" which was a senior camper society.
Meet the Team
Vice- Chief Service
Advisors & Volunteers
Supreme Chief of the Fire
Furry Camp Friends
Camp Cat/Meow Mix Advisor
The 'Purr'fect home for the perfect pet.
Cat Perry was found by a fellow Arrowman at Camp Charles F. Perry in critical and dire condition. She suffered severe dehydration and hunger and was later taken to a veterinarian. After being rehabilitated, Cat Perry found her new home at camp and can often be seen strolling the parade grounds or resting under mesquite trees around camp waiting for a passerby to rub her belly.
ONLY KINDNESS WILL BE TOLERATED TOWARDS CAT PERRY!
Not your ordinary buck on the wall.
The OA Lodge at Camp Charles F. Perry has always been known for its various animal mounts scattered on the walls. One day a mysterious deer mount was found in a back closet of the camp office which was later relocated to the lodge and joined the array of mounts. One day out of the blue an OA sash had been placed on the deer and has remained there ever since.