Nacha Nimat Lodge #86 2013 Banquet Flap eS2013

Nacha Nimat Lodge has bee issuing Banquet Flaps since at least 2009, I just got an image of the issue from 2013

Nacha Nimat Lodge #86 2013 Banquet Flap eS2013

Nacha Nimat Lodge #86 2013 Banquet Flap eS2013

The stats for this one should be
eS2013 RED R M/C RED RED FDL; RED 2013 Banquet

I need one of these if anyone has one available.



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Mayflower Council – CSP Design

A bit northeast of New York State, a new Council is born, and have released a design for their first CSP.

The Mayflower Council was established in 2017 and is a result of the consolidation of Scouting programming that has served Greater Metro West and the South Shore areas of Massachusetts for over a century. Comprised of territory that was once part of the Algonquin, Norumbega, Knox Trail, Squanto, and Old Colony Councils

The Camp Squanto Alumni Association announced:

Here is the new … and 1st … CSP for the Mayflower Council. It has the silhouette a Pilgrim and a Native American facing a mayflower. This is the design, the mayflower and green crest, that is on the back of the Mayflower II in Plymouth Harbor. The silver border will go out to those registered in the new year, then the border will be gold.

Mayflower Council First CSP Design

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Veteran’s Day 2017

“We remember those who were called upon to give all a person can give, and we remember those who were prepared to make that sacrifice if it were demanded of them in the line of duty, though it never was. Most of all, we remember the devotion and gallantry with which all of them ennobled their nation as they became champions of a noble cause.” Ronald Reagan

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Section NE-2B 2001 Conclave Council of Chiefs Pocket Patch

I ha previously written about the 2001 Section NE-2B Conclave was hosted by Lenapehoking Lodge #IX and held at their Camp Lewis. The theme for the weekend was “2001 A Scouting OAdyssey.”

Section NE-2B had a history of issuing a limited number of patches for the COC and as a fundraiser. They typically had a different border color than the standard patches issued for the event.

In 2001, the COC issues had a GMY Border.

Section NE-2B 2001 Conclave Council of Chiefs Pocket Patch

Section NE-2B 2001 Conclave Council of Chiefs Pocket Patch

I’ve updated the original post with the image.

Still looking for the GMY Bordered Jacket Patch if anyone has one available.

According to the OA Section List, the Lodges in the section at this time were:

  • Sakuwit Lodge #2 NJ
  • Lenapehoking Lodge #9 NJ
  • Woapalanne Lodge #43 NJ
  • Shinnecock Lodge #360 NY
  • Buckskin Lodge #412 NY
  • Lowwapaneu Lodge #191 PA
  • Black Eagle Lodge #482 Germany


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    Area 2-J 1964 Conclave Pocket Patch

    The 1964 Area 2-J Pocket Patch featured the Unisphere from the 1964-1965 New York Worlds Fair as the major element of its design. I’m only aware of this single issue for the event.

    Area 2-J 1964 Conclave Pocket Patch

    Area 2-J 1964 Conclave Pocket Patch

    Does anyone know of any other issues for the event?

    The following lodges were part of the Area 2-J.

    • Ranachqua Lodge # 4
    • Shu-Shu-Gah Lodge # 24
    • Suanhacky Lodge #49
    • Man-A-Hattin Lodge #82
    • Aquehongian Lodge #112

    I believe lodges 360 and 412 joined 2-J the following year and 506 and 562 even later.

  • Shinnecock Lodge #360
  • Buckskin Lodge #412
  • Yokahú Lodge #506
  • Arawak Lodge #562


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    Section NE-2A 2017 Project LEAP Pocket Patches

    The Section NE-2A 2016 Project LEAP, the Staff version. Project LEAP was held on January 8, 2017 at the Connecticut Fire Academy in Suffield, CT.

    The Section website describes it as:

    Together, Lodges will unite over common ideas, sharing, creating and innovating. This will be a day of fellowship, fun, and learning, including interactive training cells, lodge activities and brainstorming. During Project LEAP, a new Order of the Arrow program called LINK will be showcased. The purpose of the new Link program is to strengthen local OA programs across the country and improve the Order of the Arrow’s membership position nationally.

    As in previous years, there were two issues.

    A Participant Patch:

    Section NE-2A 2017 Project LEAP Participant Patch

    Section NE-2A 2017 Project LEAP Participant Patch

    and the Staff Version:

    Section NE-2A 2017 Project LEAP Staff Patch

    Section NE-2A 2017 Project LEAP Staff Patch

    Section NE-2A contains the following lodges:

    • Tschitani #10 CT
    • Half Moon #28 NY
    • Pocumtuc #(83) MA
    • Nacha Nimat #86 NY
    • Owaneco #313 CT
    • Paugassett #553 CT




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    Area 2-J 1967 Conclave Pocket Patch

    This is the only issue I am aware of for the 1968 Area 2-J Conclave, a pocket patch.

    Area 2-J 1967 Conclave Pocket Patch

    Area 2-J 1967 Conclave Pocket Patch

    The following lodges were part of the Area 2-J.

    • Ranachqua Lodge # 4
    • Shu-Shu-Gah Lodge # 24
    • Suanhacky Lodge #49
    • Man-A-Hattin Lodge #82
    • Aquehongian Lodge #112
    • Shinnecock Lodge #360
    • Buckskin Lodge #412
    • Yokahú Lodge #506
    • Arawak Lodge #562



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