Save the Date 20th Annual Kintecoying TOR November 21, 2015

The date of the 20th Annual Kintecoying Lodge #4 Trade-O-Ree has been set for November 21, 2015 and the facilities have been reserved. More info and Flyers to follow.

Where: John C Whitehead Dining Hall, past Reeves Lodge Camp Alpine, 441 US Highway 9 W, Alpine, NJ 07620

When: Saturday November 21, 2015

Time: 9:00AM to 3:00PM (dealer setup begins at 8:30AM)

Admission: Free to All – A unique day trip for your troop or pack

Tables: $20.00 per table All tables $25.00 after October 15, 2015 if still available.

Table Reservations are always on a first come first served basis.

More info and Flyers to follow.

Dealer setup during the 19th Annual TOR

Dealer setup during the 2014 Kintecoying TOR



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