Section NE-7B 2011 Conclave Bolo

I had previously written about the Section NE-7B 2011 Conclave. Mia Hubbert sends along an image of a bolo tie issued for the event.

Section NE-7B 2011 Conclave Bolo

Section NE-7B 2011 Conclave Bolo

I’ll add this image to the original post.

According to the OA Section list, the following lodges were part of NE-7B:

  • Ranachqua Lodge #4
  • Ktemaque Lodge #15
  • Half Moon Lodge #28
  • Suanhacky Lodge #49
  • Nacha Nimat Lodge #86
  • Shinnecock Lodge #360
  • Buckskin Lodge #412

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Section NE-7B 2011 Conclave Program and Backpack

Mia Hubbert has sent along several scans for various items for NYS OA conclaves which have not previously been posted on the blog.

In 2011 I wrote about the http://www.nyoatrader.com/blog/2011/07/13/section-ne-7b-2011-conclave/. The Section NE-7B 2011 Conclave was hosted by Shinnecock Lodge #360 and held at Baiting Hollow Scout Camp. The theme was Band of Iron Men.

Here are two items made for the event which had not been previously pictured.

Section NE-7B 2011 Conclave Program

Section NE-7B 2011 Conclave Program

and a backpack

Section NE-7B 2011 Conclave Backpack

Section NE-7B 2011 Conclave Backpack

I’ll update the original posts with these images too.

According to the OA Section list, the following lodges were part of NE-7B:

  • Ranachqua Lodge #4
  • Ktemaque Lodge #15
  • Half Moon Lodge #28
  • Suanhacky Lodge #49
  • Nacha Nimat Lodge #86
  • Shinnecock Lodge #360
  • Buckskin Lodge #412

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“The battle, sir, is not to the strong alone; it is to the vigilant, the active, the brave.” –Patrick Henry

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Look Back – Ashokwahta Lodge #339 Service and Fellowship eX2011

Five years ago I posted about an event issue from Ashokwahta Lodge #339 a feather shaped patch issued for Service and Fellowship and designated the eX2011.

Ashokwahta Lodge #339 Service and Fellowship eX2011

The numbering for this issue should be:
eX2011 M/C C WHT LBL YEL 2011 FDL; LBL Service & Fellowship 2011

What has Ashokwahta Lodge #339 issued since the 2015 NOAC? Inquiribng minds want to know (and trade for it)?



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Look Back – Kittan Lodge #364 2011 SummitCorps S16 X8

In September 2011 I was posting on a series of three 2-piece sets issued by Kittan Lodge #364 for the 2011 SummitCorps.

The first flap and chevron is pictured below. The flap designs are identical, but for the Ordeal, Brotherhood and Vigil Arrows. This is the Ordeal Version.

Kittan Lodge #364 2011 SummitCorps Ordeal Set S16 X8

S16 BLU R M/C M/C M/C FDL RED outlined Wht, Red Outlined White Lodge Name, WWW, SummitCorps Ordeal w/X8
X8 BLU R M/C M/C WHT FDL; BLU outlined WHT Lodge Name WWW w/S16,17 or 18



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Look Back – Otahnagon Lodge #172 2010 Dinner Flap eS2011

Four years ago, I did several posts on event flaps from Otahnagon Lodge #172. Here is the image from the 2010 Dinner.

Otahnagon Lodge #172 2010 Dinner Flap eS2011

I’ missing the Otahnagon Dinner flaps from 2010, 2011 and 2012 if anyone has them available for trade or sale.




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“If we can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people, under the pretense of taking care of them, they must become happy.” —Thomas Jefferson (1802)

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Look Back – Buckskin Lodge #412 Arrows for Charity eA2011-2

In March 2011 we were talking about an event Patch from Buckskin Lodge #412, their 5K Arrows for Charity Run.

Anyone know if there will be a Run (and patch in 2016?

Buckskin Lodge #412 Arrows for Charity eA2011-2


Blue Book style stats:

As far as I know, this is the only NYS OA Lodge which has issued for a run. What other unique events have lodges issued patches for?


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“Newspapers … serve as chimnies to carry off noxious vapors and smoke.” —Thomas Jefferson (1802)

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Look Back – Tschipey Achtu Lodge #397 or (95) 2011 Winter Fellowship eR2011-1

Five years ago in February 2011, I was posting about a 2011 Winter Fellowship Issue from Tschipey Achtu Lodge.

I received a copy of this patch from several folk, the first to report it was Mark Spezzano. A new event patch from Tschipey Achtu Lodge #397 which was issued for their Winter Fellowship which was just held this weekend.

Tschipey Achtu Lodge #397 2011 Winter Fellowship eR2011-1

There has been some controversy over the use of a lodge number. At one time the lodge website reflected 397 (the council number) as the number used by the lodge, but this reference has since disappeared. I was told verbally by a professional in the council that the Scout Executive said the Lodge number was #95. I’ve been told by other volunteers that if any number is used it should be #397.

So what to do. Until the updated Blue Book settles on a numbering convention for these situations, I believe I will use #(95). the lowest number of the predecessor lodges in parenthesis, a convention used for lodges who have not chosen a lodge number and to avoid conusion with the active Louisiana lodge Chilantakoba #397. I don’t plan to go back and edit the previous posts, but will use (95) going forward.

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“To take from one, because it is thought his own industry and that of his fathers has acquired too much, in order to spare to others, who, or whose fathers, have not exercised equal industry and skill, is to violate arbitrarily the first principle of association, the guarantee to everyone the free exercise of his industry and the fruits acquired by it.” –Thomas Jefferson

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