Tkaen DoD Lodge #30 Prism/NEXT Flap S40 Update

I posted about this Tkaen DoD Lodge #30 Prism/NEXT S40 flap back in October 2016.

Tkaen DoD Lodge #30 Prism/NEXT Flap S40

Tkaen DoD Lodge #30 Prism/NEXT Flap S40

the PatchScan data confirms that 55 were made by Shelby Patch company last August. The design appeared to be identical to that of a Prism Flap issued by Occoneechee Lodge #104, not sure if the used the same manufacturer.



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Tkaen DoD Lodge #30 Prism/NEXT Flap S40

I had not seen this one before, but Tkaen DoD Lodge #30 issued a flap for the Prism/Next events held this past summer. Peter Reif the Lodge Advisor advised

…that (the flap) was made to cover the cost of transportation for our contingent to attend the 2016 National OA conference NEXT at Indiana University. Only 55 pieces were made. The first 50 were sold to members @ $10 each. The remaining 5 will be put up for auction at our January annual banquet.

Tkaen DoD Lodge #30 Prism/NEXT Flap S40

Tkaen DoD Lodge #30 Prism/NEXT Flap S40

The stats for this should be:
S40 BLK R BLK PUR BLK FDL; BLK WWW, SBR, LGR Prism M/C NEXT

Anyone have one for trade or sale?


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Tkaen DoD Lodge #30 2015 NOAC Contingent Set S39 X10

I’ve have been told, Tkaen DoD Lodge #30 issued 3 two-piece sets for the 2015 NOAC, held at East Lansing Michigan, Peter Reif the Lodge Advisor confirmed the information and advised that the following sets were ordered by the lodge.

There were a total of 500 sets produced broken down as follows:
35 Contingent member sets with gold mylar border
265 Trader sets with purple border
200 Fundraiser sets with yellow border

He sent along a scan of the Contingent set:

Tkaen DoD Lodge #30 2015 NOAC Contingent Set S39 X10

Tkaen DoD Lodge #30 2015 NOAC Contingent Set S39 X10

The stats are:
S39 GMY R M/C BLK YEL FDL; RED WWW, WHT outlined BLK NOAC 2015 E. Lansing, MI OA100 Logo w/X10 – Contingent
X10 GMY R LPR – WHT FDL; WHT Honoring Our Heritage OA100 Logo w/S39 – Contingent

Peter further advised:

The lower patch contains our historical lodge totems with their dates of operation EXCEPT that the false face image for Seneca lodge 394 had to be replaced by an image of past Seneca Chief Red Jacket because the SNI would not grant us permission to use the false face image for this patch.

Looking for a trade or purchase of this Gold Mylar Version



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Tkaen DoD Lodge #30 2015 NOAC Fundraiser Set S38 X9

I’ve have been told, Tkaen DoD Lodge #30 issued 3 two-piece sets for the 2015 NOAC, held at East Lansing Michigan. There was a trader with a purple Mylar Border, a contingent Fundraiser set with a Yellow Border and a limited Delegate Set with a Gold Mylar Border.

Looking for a good scan and a trade/purchase for the Gold Mylar set.
Update July 2016 Peter Rief, the Tkaen Dod Lodge advisor send along the order breakdown:
There were a total of 500 sets produced broken down as follows:
35 Contingent member sets with gold mylar border
265 Trader sets with purple border
200 Fundraiser sets with yellow border

Here is the Contingent Fundraiser set:

Tkaen DoD Lodge #30 2015 NOAC Contingent S38 X9

Tkaen DoD Lodge #30 2015 NOAC Contingent S38 X9

The stats are:
S38 YEL R M/C BLK YEL FDL; RED WWW, WHT outlined BLK NOAC 2015 E. Lansing, MI OA100 Logo w/X9 – Fundraiser
X9 YEL R LPR – WHT FDL; WHT Honoring Our Heritage OA100 Logo w/S38 – Fundraiser

Looking for the Gold Mylar Version



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Tkaen DoD Lodge #30 2015 NOAC Trader Set S37 X8

From what I have been told, Tkaen DoD Lodge #30 issued 3 two-piece sets for the 2015 NOAC, held at East Lansing Michigan. There was a trader with a purple Mylar Border, a contingent set with a Yellow Border and a limited Delegate Set with a Gold Mylar Border.

Looking for a good scan and a trade/purchase for the Gold Mylar set.

Here is the trader set:

Tkaen DoD Lodge #30 2015 NOAC Trader Set S37 X8

Tkaen DoD Lodge #30 2015 NOAC Trader Set S37 X8

The stats are:
S37 PMY R M/C BLK YEL FDL; RED WWW, WHT outlined BLK NOAC 2015 E. Lansing, MI OA100 Logo w/X8 PMY=Purple Mylar – Trader
X8 PMY R LPR – WHT FDL; WHT Honoring Our Heritage OA100 Logo w/S37 PMY=Purple Mylar – Trader

Looking for the Gold Mylar Version



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Tkaen DoD Lodge #30 New Regular Issue Flap S35

Tkaen DoD Lodge #30 has issues a new regular issue flap, which uses their standard design and adds the Council Name ghosted at the bottom of the flap.

Tkaen DoD Lodge #30 New Regular Issue Flap S35

Tkaen DoD Lodge #30 New Regular Issue Flap S35

The stats will be:
S36 GMY R M/C BLK YEL FDL; PUR Five Rivers Council, RED WWW



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Tkaen DoD Lodge #30 Centennial Member 1915-2015 Flap S35

Tkaen DoD Lodge #30 has issued a flap for its Centennial Year members in early 2015. The basic design is the same as the lodge has used since its inception and adds the OA Centennial Logo and language shown below.

Tkaen DoD Lodge #30 Centennial Member 1915-2015 Flap S35

Tkaen DoD Lodge #30 Centennial Member 1915-2015 Flap S35

The stats for this one are:
S35 GMY R M/C BLK YEL FDL; WHT Centennial Member 1915-2015 RED WWW, 100OA Logo



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