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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Section NE-2A 2015 NOAC Pocket Patch

In addition to the usual Section conclave, NE-2A as they did in 2012 has issued a pocket patch for the 2015 NOAC with the totems of the individual lodges which make up the Section.

Section NE-2A 2015 NOAC Pocket Patch

Section NE-2A 2015 NOAC Pocket Patch

Section NE-2A contains:

  • Tschitani #10 CT
  • Half Moon #28 NY
  • Pocumtuc #(83) MA
  • Nacha Nimat #86 NY
  • Owaneco #313 CT
  • Paugassett #553 CT



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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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Ho-De-No-Sau-Nee Lodge #159 Section NE-3A 2015 NOAC Flap S58

For the 2015 NOAC and the 100th Anniversary of the Order of the Arrow, Section NE 3A also did a Section set with a common design. Here is the version for Ho-De-No-Sau-Nee Lodge #159.

Ho-De-No-Sau-Nee Lodge #159 Section NE-3A 2015 NOAC Flap S58

Ho-De-No-Sau-Nee Lodge #159 Section NE-3A 2015 NOAC Flap S58

The stats are:
S58 RED R BLK RED BLK FDL; RED NOAC 2015, Section NE-3A YEL We Are the Storm OA100 logo



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Kintecoying Lodge #4 2015 NOAC Delegate Set S7/X4

Kintecoying Lodge #4 has issued its third 2-piece set as a 2015 NOAC Trader Set. I had previously written about the Fundraiser set. This flap continues the Taxi theme of the fundraiser, with an older version of a NYC Taxi.

Kintecoying Lodge #4 2015 NOAC Delegate Set S7/X4

Kintecoying Lodge #4 2015 NOAC Delegate Set S7/X4

The stats for this set are:
S7 BLK R BLK WHT WHT FDL; WHT Delegate NOAC 2015 Red/White Sash w/X4 -Delegate
X4 BLK R BLK WHT WHT FDL; WHT NOAC 2015OA100 Logo w/S7 – Delegate



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