Section NE-2C 2005 Conclave Issues

Back to some more images from Roy Weatherbee, where the Section boundaries included lodges from both NY and CT. I’m not sure where the conclave was held, nor who the host lodge was and the patches do not provide the information. Does anyone know?

There were at least 2 items issued for the event, a pocket patch

Section NE-2C 2005 Pocket Patch

and a jacket patch of the same design:

Section NE-2C 2005 Jacket Patch

Roy also believes that there may have been a white bordered version issued as either a staff or VIP patch. Can anyone confirm or provide a scan or trade?

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

  • Ranachqua Lodge #4
  • Shu-Shu-Gah Lodge #24
  • Suanhacky Lodge #49
  • Man-A-Hattin Lodge #82
  • Aquehongian Lodge #112
  • Ktemaque Lodge #15
  • Nacha Nimat Lodge #86
  • Owaneco Lodge #313
  • Achewon Netopalis Lodge #427
  • Paugassett Lodge #553

There are 3 Connecticut Lodges in the Section; 313, 427 and 553. The rest are from New York.

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3 Comments

  1. Devan Plantamura says:

    it was held at camp keowa at ten mile river scoutcamps near monticello. And if im not mistaken it was either shu shu gah or suanhacky lodge.

  2. nyoatrader says:

    Devan,

    Definitely not #24. Shu Shu Gah did NE-3A in 2000 and the last NE-2C in 2008. Lodge 49 did the first NE-2C in 2001, don’t think they would have been up again in the rotation so soon.

  3. nyoatrader says:

    Heard from John Pritchard:

    John wrote: “The conclave was held in late August 2005 at Camp Keowa and Suanhacky was the service lodge. I was the conclave advisor but couldn’t tell you if there were border modifications of the patch.”

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