Name That Council – Hiawatha Seaway Council

Hiawatha Seaway Council President Robert Berger announced on November 11th, 2009 the formation of an ad hoc Committee to coordinate the process of selecting a new name for our combined Boy Scout Council.

The committee will consist of five members representing, marketing, public relations, and communications; and will draw members from Cayuga County, the Syracuse Area, and the North Country.

The suggestion nomination process has ended. Stay tuned for more information!

Steve Austin reports:

the 2 finalists that the Executive Board is voting on now are:
Longhouse Council and Adirondack Foothills Council.  I will let you know what wins as soon as I hear.
No word if the Lodge will be changing its name/number.

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“Let me be a free man, free to travel, free to stop, free to work, free to trade where I choose, free to choose my own teachers, free to follow the religion of my fathers, free to talk, think, and act for myself–and then I will obey every law or submit to the penalty.” – Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce Tribe

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Weekly Roundup – NY OA Trader Dec. 14 – Dec. 20, 2009

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Shared Items From Around The Web – December 21, 2009

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Chappegat Lodge #15 1946 Manual

Another interesting OA paper auction on eBay right now for those interested in NY OA Paper, with over 5 days still to go.  This one is for small Chappegat Lodge #15 Handbook from 1946.

More than 60 years old, has information about the early history of the OA and the lodge.

Clicking on the image, will bring you to the auction for the next few months.

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“One of the common failings among honorable people is a failure to appreciate how thoroughly dishonorable some other people can be, and how dangerous it is to trust them.” – Thomas Sowell.

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