Lowanne Nimat Lodge #219 2019 Banquet Sponsor Flap eS2019-1

I’ve previously posted about the Lowanne Nimat Lodge #219 Annual Banquet Bash Sponsor Flaps. Dave Mele sent along an image of the Lowanne Nimat 2019 Bash Flap. Still looking for a trade for one if possible.

Lowanne Nimat Lodge #219 2019 Banquet Sponsor Flap eS2019-1

Lowanne Nimat Lodge #219 2019 Banquet Sponsor Flap eS2019-1

The stats for this one will be:
eS2021-1 PNK R M/C M/C WHT FDL; PNK Annual Bash Sponsor 2019

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Shinnecock Lodge #360 2019 Fall Fellowship 360eR2019

Trying to clear up my backlog from the long hiatus, Shinnecock Lodge issued a event patch for there 2019 Fall Fellowship. The Theme was OA Gladiator and the patch used a duye-sublimation process for the background.

Shinnecock Lodge #360 2019 Fall Fellowship 360eR2019

Shinnecock Lodge #360 2019 Fall Fellowship 360eR2019

The codes for this one are:
360 eR2019 GRY R M/C GRY M/C BSA,RED 2019 Fall Fellowship OA Gladiator

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Nacha Nimat Lodge #86 2019 Banquet Flap eS2019

Nacha Nimat Lodge has now been issuing Banquet Flaps for over a decade, since at least 2009, here is an image of the 2019 issue.

Nacha Nimat Lodge #86 2019 Banquet Flap eS2019

Nacha Nimat Lodge #86 2019 Banquet Flap eS2019

The stats for this one are:
eS2019 WHT R RED RED RED 2019 FDL; RED 2019 Banquet, 86


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Section NE-2A 2019 Jacket and Pocket Patch Set

Each year for the last several years, Section NE-2A Conclave has issued a pocket patch and jacket patch for its members. The design has been consistent, but the border color has changed each year. There is no indication of the year on the patches.

Section NE-2A 2019 Jacket and Pocket Patch Set

Section NE-2A 2019 Jacket and Pocket Patch Set

Thanks to Nick Wolf for the images.

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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“[T]his is not an indefinite government deriving its powers from the general terms prefixed to the specified powers — but, a limited government tied down to the specified powers, which explain and define the general terms.” –James Madison, Speech in Congress, 1792

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2019 Order of the Arrow Handbook

I will be updating my Order of the Arrow Handbook Checklist. I recently acquired of one of my needs, the 2019 Printing which again does not indicate a copyright date and lists Matt Parsons as the National Chief.

After 1989, there was no indication of the month or printing size. There was usually an indication of the year it was revised or printed. One of the easiest identifiers is the name/signature of the National Chief printed in the Handbook and most recently the Printing Year which is listed on the back cover.

There is another new cover for this printing, an old time statue of a Scout with arms folded.

2019 Order of the Arrow Handbook

2019 Order of the Arrow Handbook

and the back cover:

2019 Order of the Arrow Handbook back cover

2019 Order of the Arrow Handbook back cover

Looking to confirm if one more recent OA Handbook was actually issued for 2011 and 2016 and if so, I’m looking to purchase or trade for it.

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2019 Central New York Trade-O-Ree July 12-13, 2019 $ Camp Woodlands 90th Celebration

2019 Central New York Trade-O-Ree & Camp Woodlands 90th Celebration

Steve Austin sends along word about the 2019 Central New York Trade-O-Ree which is being held in July rather than the usual June weekend. This is to hold it in combination with a Camp Woodlands 90th Anniversary Celebration. The TOR will be in the Stickley Training Center.

When: Friday, July 12th (4pm – midnight)and Saturday, July 13th (9am – 5pm)

Where: Camp Woodland

Kibbie Lake Road

Constantia, New York 13044

Tables: TABLE + 2 CHAIRS $20

Admission Free

Live Auction

Displays / Trading / Dealers / Appraisal’s

Food / Friends / Fellowship / Fun

Visit The William Hillcourt Scout Museum And Carson Buck Memorial Library which will be open that weekend.

For more info saustincsp at gmail dot com

A Flyer can be found here.

I’ll be reserving my two tables. (Steve hold me two tables, hope to see you there!

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Just a Few Day Until the Seneca Waterways Council Trade-O-Ree Saturday April 13, 2019

The Seneca Waterways Council Historical Society will be hosting its fifth annual Trade-O-Ree on Saturday April 13, 2019 to be held at their Council Office. Drop by and check out their Museum in their Council Office too.

Date:April 13, 2019
Time: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm (dealer set-up at 9:00 AM)
Location: Senaca Waterways Council Service Center
2320 Brighton Henrietta Town Line Road
Rochester NY 14623
Admission: $3 for adults, youth free.
Tables: $15 each prior to April 1, $20 thereafter including day of event (if available)

I’m planning to be there with a couple of tables of New York OA, if you are please stop by and say hello.

more info here.

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