Articles from November 2010



Shu Shu Gah Lodge 2010 Indian Seminar Staff Patch eA2010-3

The weekend of November 19, 2010 was the 10th Annual Shu Shu Gah Lodge #24 Indian Seminar. As usual there were several patches issued for the event. Over 200 people participated and there were 100+ dancers on the floor Saturday evening Pow-Wow.

There was a staff patch issued for the event.

Shu Shu Gah Lodge 2010 Indian Seminar Staff Patch eA2010-3

The Blue Book style stats would be:
24eA2010-3 BLK C WHT LBL WHT FDL; LBL 10th Annual Indian Seminar Camp Alpine 2010 WHT Staff

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Some editors are failed writers, but so are most writers.
T. S. Eliot
British (US-born) critic, dramatist & poet (1888 – 1965)
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Shared Items From Around The Web – November 30, 2010

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Area 2-A 1958 NOAC Contingent Neckerchief

OK, so its not a conclave issue. There was no Area 2-A Conclave in 1958, but the Area did produce a contingent Neckerchief to the 1958 held at Lawrence Kansas.

Area 2-A 1958 NOAC Contingent Neckerchief

According to Rob Higgens OA Section List, the following Lodges were part of Area 2-A:

  • Ranachqua Lodge #4
  • Mide Lodge #15
  • Shu-Shu-Gah Lodge #24
  • Suanhacky Lodge #49
  • Skanondo Lodge #64
  • Man-A-Hattin Lodge #82
  • Aquehongian Lodge #112
  • Horicon Lodge #246
  • Shinnecock Lodge #360
  • Buckskin Lodge #412
  • Nooteeming Lodge #443
  • Munsi Lodge #444

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“The history of government management of money has, except for a few short happy periods, been one of incessant fraud and deception.” – Friedrich Hayek

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Weekly Roundup – NY OA Trader November 22 – November 28, 2010

Busy Weekend? Too much turkey?

Away at Camp or the Section conclave?

If you missed out on a great post from last week, here’s a quick list of the posts that you may want to check out:

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Shared Items From Around The Web – November 29, 2010

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Shu Shu Gah Lodge Indian Seminar 2010 24eA2010-2

The weekend of November 19, 2010 was the 10th Annual Shu Shu Gah Lodge #24 Indian Seminar. As usual there were several patches issued for the event. Over 200 people participated in the event and there were 100+ dancers on the floor Saturday evening.

First up is the participant patch:

Shu Shu Gah Lodge #24 2010 Indian Seminar eA2010-2

The Blue Book style flaps for this one should be:
24eA2010-2 BLK C WHT LBL WHT FDL; LBL 10 Annual Indian Seminar Camp Alpine 2010

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You can never underestimate the stupidity of the general public.
Scott Adams, The Dilbert Future
US cartoonist (1957 – )
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Governor Clinton Council RWS

Here is an RWS which recently ended on eBay for a Governor Clinton Council RWS.This one is a used specimen, so I’m not sure how much this effected the final price.

Clicking on the image will bring you to the auction for the next few months.

Even this used sample attracted three unique bidders before the auction ended at $ 11.79.

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“We hold from God the gift which includes all others. This gift is life — physical, intellectual, and moral life. But life cannot maintain itself alone. The Creator of life has entrusted us with the responsibility of preserving, developing, and perfecting it. In order that we may accomplish this, He has provided us with a collection of marvelous faculties. And He has put us in the midst of a variety of natural resources. By the application of our faculties to these natural resources we can convert them into products, and use them. This process is necessary in order that life may run its appointed course. “Life, faculties, production — in other words, individuality, liberty, property — this is man. And in spite of the cunning and artful political leaders, these three gifts from God precede all human legislation, and are superior to it. ‘Life, liberty, and property do not exist because men have made laws. On the contrary, it was the fact that life, liberty, and property existed beforehand that caused men to make laws in the first place.” – Frederic Bastiat, The Law, 1850. p 1, 2

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