Shu Shu Gah Lodge #24 15th Annual Trade-O-Ree

Trade-O-Ree

For the fifteenth year in a row, Shu Shu Gah Lodge #24 will once again be hosting a Trade-O-Ree in Camp Alpine. and we have moved to the Dining Hall this year!

2007 Shu shu Gah TOR

Where: Gary Laermer Pavilion at Orbach Arena, John Whitehead Dining Hall, Camp Alpine, Alpine, NJ

When: Saturday November 20, 2010

Time: 9:00AM to 3:00PM (dealer setup begins at 8:30AM)

Admission: Free to All – A unique day trip for your troop or pack

Tables: $20.00 for each table. All tables $25.00 after October 15, 2010 if avialableSold Out

Table Reservations on a first come first served basis.

Patches, Patches Everywhere Patches, Patches Everywhere

As always this TOR will have free admission to all in order to help boost walk-in attendance.

Shu Shu Gah Lodge will conduct a live auction at the TOR. The auction proceeds will be used as part of the lodge’s commitment to the Reeves Lodge Capital Campaign which has been set up by GNYC to refurbish Reeves Lodge, the training center at Camp Alpine.

Many of you know Reeves Lodge from the many NLS, SOS and other training courses held there. If you are interested in donating items for this auction, please contact me at nyoatrader@nullnyoatrader.com.

Some previous Auction Lots

Some of the 2007 Auction Lots

Our efforts to publicize this years TOR continue.

Flyers have been or will be handed out at many of the upcoming local TOR’s, at the NE-7A and NE-7B Section Conclaves, GNYC’s Summer Camp Ten Mile River, the Ten Mile River Scout Museum, the TMR Annual Alumni Day, the Brooklyn 2010 Program Kickoff, the Lodge newsletter, the Blue Heron and other local Scouting events.

We have also added a Facebook event for the TOR to try to tap into a different segment of the Scouting Community.

Flyers or information are also available in ISCA website, on various dealer lists, local Scout Camps, etc.

Please mark your calendars; I look forward to seeing you all at the TOR.

You can get a copy of the 2010 TOR flyer here.

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David Coblitz
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