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Gosh Wha Gono Lodge #120 75th OA J3b Twill Left

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Another acquisition from last month’s Kintecoying Trade-O-Ree was a Gosh Wha Gono Lodge #120 75th OA Jacket Patch Twill variety the Twill Left version.

Gosh Wha Gone Lodge #120 merged with Nischa Nitis Lodge #410 to form Kayanernh-Kowa Lodge #219.

Gosh Wha Gono Lodge #120 75th OA J3b Twill Left

Gosh Wha Gono Lodge #120 75th OA J3b Twill Left

The Blue Book stats are:
J3b M/C C WHT RED ORG “LXXV ANNIV.”; 75thOA; TL

Here is a close-up showing the twill direction:

Twill Left close up

Twill Left close up

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Section NE-7B 1990 Conclave

conclaveI was able to pick up a few needs at last weekend’s Empire State TOR.  One of them was from the 1990 Section NE-7B Conclave.

The event was held at Camp Portaferry and hosted by Gosh Wha Gono Lodge #120.  The theme for the weekend was Pride in the Past Footsteps in the Future.

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

Section NE-7B 1990 Pocket Patch

Section NE-7B 1990 Pocket Patch

and a jacket patch

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Section NE-2B 1984 Conclave Update

conclaveAnother update from Ray Gould, this one from the 1984 Section NE-2B Conclave.

The 1984 Section NE-2B Conclave, was hosted by Gosh Wha Gono Lodge #120 and held at Camp Portaferry.

Ray shares a staff neckerchief from this event.

1984 Section NE-2B Staff Neckerchief

1984 Section NE-2B Staff Neckerchief

This one is a need for me, anyone have one for trade?

I’ll update the original post with this scan too.

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1982 Section NE-2B Conclave

conclaveThe 1982 Section NE-2B Conclave was was held at Camp Portaferry.  The theme of the event was “Kindle the Cheerfulness Within You.”  From the totem on the patch, it would appear that the Conclave was hosted by Adirondack Lodge #357,  however Manatoanna Lodge #461 merged with Adirondack Lodge #357 merged in June 1982 to form Gosh-Wha-Gono Lodge #120.

Was this Adirondack Lodges last activity or Gosh Wha Gono’s first?

There were at least three items issued for this event; a pocket patch

Section NE-2B 1982 Pocket Patch

Section NE-2B 1982 Pocket Patch

a jacket patch:

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Section NE-3B 1997 Conclave Neckerchief

Ray Gould sends along an image for an additional item issued for the 1997 Section NE-3B Conclave hosted by Gosh Wha Gone Lodge #120.

There was also a white neckerchief with green piping issued which had the pocket patch sewn to it.

Section NE-3B 1997 Conclave Neckerchief

Section NE-3B 1997 Conclave Neckerchief

Anything else?
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Section NE-2B 1984 Conclave

The 1984 Section NE-2B Conclave, was hosted by Gosh Wha Gono Lodge #120 and held at Camp Portaferry.  There were at least 3 items issued for this event. The theme was “Forward Together Through Brotherhood.”

A Pocket Patch

NE-2B 1984 Conclave Pocket Patch

NE-2B 1984 Conclave Pocket Patch

A Jacket Patch:

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Section NE-3B 1997 Conclave

The 1997 Section NE-3B Conclave, was hosted by Gosh Wha Gono Lodge #120 and held at Camp Portaferry. To the best of my knowledge, their were two three items issued for this conclave, a pocket patch

Section NE-3B 1997 Conclave Patch

Section NE-3B 1997 Conclave Patch

Thanks to Tom Wadnola for the scan, I need one of these still myself.

There was also a jacket patch (from my collection) issued for the event.

Section NE-3B 1997 Conclave Jacket Patch

Section NE-3B 1997 Conclave Jacket Patch

Hey Ray, was anything else issued for this event?

Update: Ray Gould sends along a scan of the neckerchief, the pocket patch applied to a white neckerchief with Green Piping.

Section NE-3B 1997 Conclave Neckerchief

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