Kyle Piper – crew chief
Kyle Piper is a Vigil Honor member of Tschipey Achtu Lodge from Rochester, New York. As the 2014 Northeast Region Chief, Kyle will serve as the ArrowTour Northeast Crew Chief. He is currently a junior at SUNY Geneseo and hosts a talk show on student television called The Bear Minimum. Kyle can't wait to meet Arrowmen from across the region. His favorite part about ArrowTour is the unique experience it provides in our centennial year.
Christopher Boyle – road crew member
Chris Boyle is an Eagle Scout and Brotherhood member from Buckskin Lodge in Massapequa, New York. He has served two terms as the section chief of NE-2B and is excited to be a part of the ArrowTour road crew. His favorite Scouting memory is working at his local summer camp for the past five years. At camp he was able to make some of his best friends and learn a lot not only about himself, but the Scouting program as a whole. He is most excited for ArrowTour because he is able to meet and connect with Arrowmen from all over the region and spread the excitement of the centennial with everyone in the Northeast. He also is looking forward to sampling all the different camp food!
Mitchell Heisler – road crew member
Mitchell Heisler is a Vigil Honor member of Pocumtuc Lodge who hails from the Western Massachusetts Council. He previously served as the section chief of NE-2A, and now leads the Northeast Region Communications Team. Mitchell once rappelled down a 13-story building, and has completed a "turn and burn", two back-to-back treks at Northern Tier. He believes that ArrowTour is a really unique experience where Scouts will be able to learn what the Order of the Arrow is really all about. He is excited for the opportunity to meet the lodges in the Northeast Region and share the OA's centennial celebration with their communities.
Alex Hughes – road crew member
Alex Hughes is a Vigil Honor member of Octoraro Lodge from Chester County Pennsylvania. He served as the 2014-2015 NE-6B section chief. Alex is currently studying neuroscience at the University of Delaware, and is part of the training team for NOAC 2015. Alex thinks ArrowTour is one of the best ways to celebrate the 100 years of incredible leadership and service, and is incredibly excited to serve as a member of the ArrowTour road crew this summer. The most exciting part of the tour for him will be to see how each host puts on their own unique ArrowTour program that will make their stop one of a kind.
Kyle Raffensperger – road crew member
Kyle Raffensburger is a Vigil Honor member of Amangamek Wipit Lodge from Leesburg, Virginia. He served as the 2013-14 NE-6A Section Chief as well as the lodge chief of Amangamek Wipit for 2012-13. Outside of the Order, Kyle attends Wake Technical Community College where he studies agricultural systems technology. He enjoys welding and landscaping in his spare time. With ArrowTour rolling out soon, Kyle can't wait to share the 100th anniversary experience with Scouts across the Northeast Region.