Saklan Lodge First Flap?

Saw this posted on Facebook, the new Saklan Lodge issue from Silicon Valley Monterey Bay Council. Saklan is the result of the merger of  Esselen & Miwok Lodges and the Banana Slug will be the new totem.

Apparently this will be the first flap a jamboree issue as no regular flap has been produced yet.

Saklan Lodge First flap?

Saklan Lodge First flap?

More info as it becomes available.

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Kintecoying Lodge #4 Jacket Patch J1

Kintecoying Lodge #4 in conjunction with the Ten Mile River Scout Museum has issued their first jacket patch and historic flap set.

The Kintecoying Lodge #4 and the Ten Mile River Scout Museum commemorates A Legacy of service by issuing this unique fully embroidered 6-patch set composed of Kintecoying’s First Jacket Patch and 5 historic flaps, one for each of the legacy lodges.

The set consists of a beautiful solid embroidered Pentagon shaped backpatch showing the map of the five boroughs of New York City, the imposed totem of where each of the five historic lodges were located by borough, and the totem of the new lodge, the Peregrine Falcon on the left. Each flap features as its centerpiece the first patch ever issued by each of the five respective lodges. On the rest of the flap are the dates of the lodge’s existence, the name and number of the lodge and the theme which is “A Legacy of Service.”

The jacket patch is pictured below.

Kintecoying Lodge #4 Jacket Patch J1

Kintecoying Lodge #4 Jacket Patch J1

The stats for this one will be:
J1 BLK R TUR BLK M/C FDL WHT outlined BLK BLK A Legacy of Service

You can purchase a set here.

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