Section NE-3A 2001 Conclave

conclaveThe 2001 Section NE-3A Conclave was held at Camp Brule and hosted by  TKaen-DoD Lodge #30 and Ganediyo Lodge #417.

There was only a single item issued for the weekend by the Section; a pocket patch:

Section NE-3A 2001 Pocket Patch

Section NE-3A 2001 Pocket Patch

Ho-De-No-Sau-Nee Lodge #159 also issued a flap for its members.

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

  • TKäen DoD Lodge #30
  • Langundowi Lodge #46
  • Ty-Ohni Lodge #95
  • Ho-De-No-Sau-Nee Lodge #159
  • Ho-Nan-Ne-Ho-Ont Lodge #165
  • Gyantwachia Lodge #255
  • Ashokwahta Lodge #339
  • Ganeodiyo Lodge #417

Thanks to Matt Crance for the scans.


Most of the change we think we see in life is due to truths being in and out of favor.
Robert Frost, The Black Cottage
US poet (1874 – 1963)

Cooperstown Invitational Camporee 2009

Looking for a different camping event after NOAC and before school starts up again? I recently received information about a Cooperstown Invitational Camporee 2009 to be held the weekend of August 21 -23, 2009.

The details include:

We are teaming up with him, The Baseball Hall of Fame, and The Fenimore Art Museum to provide a weekend of camping, baseball, history and scouting activities.
A special patch will be offered for the weekend from The Farmers’ Museum and there is a Patch available from the Hall of Fame as well.

And a bit more from the site:

Otschodela Council BSA Troop 1254 & Venture Crew 101 & The New York State Historical Association & Farmers Museum are Pleased to invite Scouts, Scouters and their Families to the Cooperstown Invitational Camporee 2009

The Weekend will include activities such as:
•    Camping at historic Iroquois Farm on River Road in Cooperstown
•    Campfires and  a Gateway Competition
•    Passes to The Fenimore Art Museum, The Farmers’ Museum and the Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
•    Tours  of Native American Interpretive sites
•    19th Century “Mustering”
•    Town Ball by the Lake
•    Basket weaving
•    Flint Napping

Cost: A fee of $12 per participant will cover the camp fee, camporee entrance fee, admission to all 3 museums, and a commemorative scout patch (1 adult free with every 10 paid scouts). Bathrooms, firewood, and water will be located on site.

Not too much time left, but if your looking for a late summer event and a another reason to visit Cooperstown with your troop or crew, this may be worth checking out.


There are plenty of good five-cent cigars in the country. The trouble is they cost a quarter. What this country needs is a good five-cent nickel.
Franklin P. Adams
US journalist (1881 – 1960)

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