Ho-De-No-Sau-Nee Lodge #159 2010 Jambo Flap

New IssueBack in January, I posted about the 2010 National Jamboree Flap from Ho-De-No-Sau-Nee Lodge Lodge #159. This is  still the first and only 2010 Jambo issue from a New York State Lodge.

I can now show a picture of the actual flap.

Ho-De-No-Sau-Nee Lodge #159 2010 Jambo Flap S42

Ho-De-No-Sau-Nee Lodge #159 2010 Jambo Flap S43

The Blue Book style stats on this one will likely be:
Updated June 8

S43 M/C C M/C WHT BRN FDL; WHT 2010 National Jamboree BLK 159

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NOAC – News You Can Use #9

The latest issue of NOAC – News You Can Use has some information about the pre-NOAC TOR.

You won’t want to miss the NOAC Patch/Memorabilia Trade-O-Ree on Saturday in the Tennis Center (near the registration area at Assembly Hall).

Trade-O-ReeArrowmen, bring your patches and get ready for lots of trading while your lodge is checking in. Special memorabilia displays will be set up, ethics in patch trading will be emphasized, and the sale and purchase of new and historical memorabilia will be allowed.

If you’re new to patch trading and collecting, or even if you are an experienced collector, classes on patch-trading will be held on Saturday starting on the hour. Ten minute sessions on trade-o-rees will be held every half hour.

The trade-o-ree is sponsored by the International Scouting Collector’s Association (ISCA) and is an official part of NOAC on Saturday. The trade-o-ree will officially begin on Thursday morning for early arrivals.

Lodges can rent a table to market lodge fundraiser items by going to www.scouttrader.org and using the on-line registration form.

More information can be found at www.scouttrader.org, or by emailing noactradeoree@nullgmail.com.

If your going to NOAC, definitely worth checking out.


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