It is the responsibility of each individual arrowman to keep a record of his participation in ceremonies and his points. Points may be earned multiple times, but will only be awarded once per event. A minimum of 18 points is necessary for induction.
Arrowmen must have participated in at least four Lodge events in the 12 months prior to their evaluation.
Arrowmen must be evaluated on their performance in a ceremony by a qualified ceremony judge. Judging can be done by the Thunderbird Society Chief, Clan Vice Chief, Ceremony Adviser, or an appointee of those three.
Arrowmen must attend and dance in a minimum of four powwows, one of which must be the annual Lodge Powwow. Dancers must be able to demonstrate good technique and are encouraged to attend non-scout powwows.
Arrowmen must have appropriate Dance clothing, in a specific style, and must be able to explain the pieces of their clothing. The Thunderbird Society Chief and or the Dance Clan Vice Chief must approve the clothing.
Arrowmen must attend a minimum of six lodge singing practices. This can include practices held at lodge events.
Arrowmen must know the Kerchee Family song and translation. You do not have to lead the song but you must be able to carry the tune and sing the words.