OA Chapter websites and Team websites (dance or ceremony for example) teams are appropriate here. Sites which cover multiple chapters or teams would be more appropriate in the lodge category. Please include your chapter name (or team name/type), lodge name and number, council name and number and a brief description of your site.A Chapter is a sub-division of a Lodge. Many lodges are divided into chapters based on how the respective council is divided into districts. A team, which is also a group within a Lodge, would be appropriately included in this category.
Please include Lodge name and number, if available. The description should include the supporting council''s name, and a description of the site''s features. The names of supported summer camps would also be appropriate to include.The OA Lodge is the basic unit of the local level and is generally associated directly with a specific BSA Council. The Lodge can be broken into Chapters, and multiple Lodges are grouped into Sections.
Please include the section name and a brief description of the geographic service area. A description of the site should include available features and an overview.An Order of the Arrow Section is a subdivision of a Region. The OA is divided into six regions of the USA and each region is divided into sections. Sections are further divided into Lodges which generally corelate to a specific BSA Council.