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.

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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.

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