I was a Cub Scout and Boy Scout in my youth (I'm in my mid-30s now).
I wasn't involved in Scouts between college and now, but have recently become a Den Leader for my son's pack. As a youth, I was in the OA and completed my ordeal. Regrettedly, I didn't have much involvement in my OA Lodge as a youth. I didn't achieve Brotherhood.
My questions are about rejoining OA now as a Scouter. I now live in a different Scouting Council than where I spent my youth. From the local Lodge's website it looks like all I would have to do are pay annual dues and fill out a brief application form, and I could join their lodge. Not having been very involved in OA as a youth, I'm not sure what role Scouters play in the OA. Do Scouters play an advisory role similar to their role in a troop? Also, could I complete Brotherhood as an adult or is it only for under 21?