2007 Section NE-2C Conclave – Conclave Royale Staff Pocket Patch?

I’d previously written about the 2007 Section NE-2C Conclave was hosted by Ktemaque Lodge #15, which was held at Clear Lake Scout Reservation.

I just came across another patch which I believe may be the Staff or a COC issue. Unlike the regular particpant issue, this one has a Gold Mylar arrow.

2007 Section NE-2C Conclave – Conclave Royale Staff Pocket Patch?

2007 Section NE-2C Conclave – Conclave Royale Staff Pocket Patch?

Can anyone confirm its purpose?

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

Section NE-2C is composed of 10 lodges. The 5 GNYC Lodges, two NYS Lodges from just north of NYC and 3 CT Lodges.

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



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Throwback Thursday – Shinnecock Lodge #360 Fall Fellowship Patch eX2007

Eight years ago, we were talking about a then new event patch from Shinnecock Lodge #360’s 2007 Fall Fellowship.

Matthew Schieferstein sends word of a new event patch from Shinnecock Lodge #360. The oval shaped patch was issued for there 2007 Fall Fellowship.

Shinnecock Lodge #360 Fall Fellowship Patch eX2007

What new event patches have come out from your New York State OA Lodge this year?



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Ho-De-No-Sau-Nee Lodge #159 Summer Conclave eX2007

Was checking out some older posts for Ho-De-No-Sau-Nee Lodge #159 and realized I had never written up this event patch from 2007.

The patch was issued for their 2007 Summer Conclave and did not contain the lodge name or number on the design.

Ho-De-No-Sau-Nee Lodge#159 eX2007

Ho-De-No-Sau-Nee Lodge#159 eX2007

the image is from Mike Hulsizer’s Western New York Order of the Arrow Patch History.

The stats would be:
eX2007 BLK R M/C – GRY FDL; GRY WWW; BLK outlined WHT 2007 oval 48mmx77mm.

Anyone have one for trade or sale?



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Section NE-3B 2007 Conclave Update

Back in November 2007, I wrote about the 2007 Section NE-3B Conclave which was held at Camp Rotary. I’ve since been able to add images of several more issues from that event.

A Gold bordered pocket patch with tab:

Section NE-3B 2007 Conclave Gold Pocket Patch

Section NE-3B 2007 Conclave Gold Pocket Patch

I believe this was the general participant patch

And a Silver or Grey Border also with a tab

Section NE-3B 2007 Conclave Silver Pocket Patch

Section NE-3B 2007 Conclave Silver Pocket Patch

I believe that this was the staff version.

Section NE-3B had a tradition of awarding the lodge with the highest percentage participation a different border color pocket patch.

Section NE-3B 2007 Conclave White Pocket Patch

Section NE-3B 2007 Conclave White Pocket Patch

This is currently a need of mine if anyone has one available.

a Jacket Patch

Section NE-3B 2007 Conclave Jacket Patch

Section NE-3B 2007 Conclave Jacket Patch

and a neckerchief:

Section NE-3B 2007 Conclave Neckerchief

Section NE-3B 2007 Conclave Neckerchief

The Lodges of NE-3B include

  • Half Moon Lodge #28
  • Ga-Hon-Ga Lodge #34
  • Otahnagon Lodge #172
  • Kayanernh-Kowa Lodge #219
  • Tahgajute Lodge #247
  • Kittan Lodge #364
  • Onteroraus Lodge #402

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Section NE-2B 2007 Jacket Patch

Section NE-2B is made up of 7 lodges crossing 3 states and two continents, 2 of them are from New York. Below is a picture of the Jacket Patch Sold through the Trading Post.

Section NE-2B 2007 Conclave Pocket Patch

I’ve updated the original NE-2B 2007 Conclave post with the image as well.

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Update Section NE-2B 2007 Conclave

I’ve updated my original post for the Section NE-2B 2007 Conclave with the delegate pocket patch below.

Here is the image:

Section NE-2B 2007 Delegate Pocket Patch

There were reportedly 2 jacket patches, can anyone  provide images of them?

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NE-2C 2007 Conclave Patch – VIA?

I originally wrote about the 2007 Section NE-2C Conclave here.  I recently acquired another patch from the 2007 NE-2C Conclave with a yellow border.  I believe this to be the Very Important Arrowman (VIA) issue traditionally used by Section NE-2C.  The  VIA round was traditionally given to the Section COC, each Lodge chief and generally the youngest arrowman in each Lodge contingent.

NE-2C 2007 Pocket Patch - Very Important Arrowman?

Can anyone confirm this is the VIA issue?  I also believe that there was a regular staff issue for the event as well.  Can anyone confirm this?

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