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Ohkwaliha·Ká Lodge #34 First Flap S1

Ohkwaliha·Ká Lodge #34 is the name of the merged lodge of Ga-Hon-Ga Lodge #34 and Onteroraus Lodge #402 earlier this year.

I received several images of the first flap from the new lodge, but the first to reach me was from Gary Moshier.

Ohkwaliha·Ká Lodge #34 First Flap S1

Ohkwaliha·Ká Lodge #34 First Flap S1



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Leatherstocking Council New CSP Design

I don’t normally post CSP information on this blog, but thought I would pass this along to the readers. Over the weekend I wrote about the new lodge, Ohkwaliha·Ká Lodge #34 created from the merger of Onteroraus Lodge #402 and Ga-Hon-Ga Lodge #34..

Leatherstocking Council as the result of the merger of Otschodela Council and Revolutionary Trails Council earlier this year. They have no released their new CSP design.

Below is … the final digital rendering. Daniel’s patch was the winning design based on a vote by the Scouts at this past weekend’s camporee

Leatherstocking Council New CSP Design

Leatherstocking Council New CSP Design

No word on availability.



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Ohkwaliha·Ká Lodge #34 – A New Lodge is Born

Just saw that Ga-Hon-Ga Lodge #34 updated their webpage with the following information on thee new lodge created from the merger of Onteroraus Lodge #402 and Ga-Hon-Ga Lodge #34.

Earlier this evening, Ohkwaliha·Ká Lodge #34 was officially announced as the name of the merged lodge of Ga-Hon-Ga Lodge #34 and Onterorous Lodge #402. This announcement took place during the first general meeting of the new lodge.
Ohkwaliha·Ká means bear clan in the language of the Oneida Indian Nation. The black bear has been selected as the totem of the new lodge. The election of lodge officers also took place.

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No information on the first flap.

The Lodge is located in Leatherstocking council as the result of the merger of Otschodela Council and Revolutionary Trails Council earlier this year.



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“Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclination, or the dictates of our passions, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.” —John Adams (1770)

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