Sunday, February 27, 2005
New Variety Lodge #86 eX2001 Pow Wow
While at the Lodge #2 TOR this weekend, I young Scout came up to me with his grandfather with two patches to trade. They were two recent OA lodge event patches form NY, both of which I had, and one of which I had in dupe on the table. But like may of you think it is good policy to encourage younger Scouts to trade so I offered him his choice of several 1:1 flaps I had available. With the help of his grandfather, he chose two and we shook hands.
Now it has also become my policy, that whenever I receive a twill patch, even if it is one I already have, I check the twill direction with the Blue Book. If the twill direction is not listed, I set it aside until I can compare it to the one in my collection.
I did compare one of the patches to the dupe I had on hand and they were TL and TR. So a new variety was discovered. Guess always trading with scouts (where permitted by event rules) is a good policy.
Here are the stats:
R TAN RED YEL FDL; BLK Camp Bullowa Pow Wow; BLK inner border Add TLS
R TAN RED YEL FDL; BLK Camp Bullowa Pow Wow; BLK inner border TR
86 eX2001a and 86eX2001b
Note the border color change from Orange to the correct red.
By the way, my 86eX2002 has TRS. Is yours TR or TL?
Saturday, February 26, 2005
New Discovery? Lodge #402 Neckerchief
I picked up what I thought was a 402N3 in error, as I had one in my collection, but since the 'new' one was Mint In Package (MIP), I decided to compare it with the one already in my collection. AS luck would have it, the one I already had was also MIP. Then I looked again and relized there were two different backgrounds.
What I had in my collection matched the Blue Book description for the N3, and it had a TRQ silkscreened background. The N4(?) had an LBL silkscreened background
BB V stats are:
N3 - - WHT BRN - M/C TRI SSC design
The next one is:
Both have been scanned through their original sealed palstic bags. Any else have one?
Tuesday, February 15, 2005
Suanhacky Lodge #49 Bullion
At their lodge banquet last month, Suanhacky introduced their first Bullion patch as par of their 75th Anniversary Celebration.
BB Style stats are:
B1 BLK R WHT RED BLK FDL BLK 1930, 2005, 49, WWW
New Lodge #19 Haudenosaunee neckerchief N1
David Fritts of Haudenosaunee Lodge #19 brings word of a new neckerchief from the Lodge.
BB Style stats are:
N1 RED P WHT DBL DBL FDL RED "Honor Guard" WHT 19 DBL WWW
Thursday, February 10, 2005
Suanhacky Lodge #49 75th Anniversary X26
At their lodge banquet last month, Suanhacky introduced another patch for their 75th Anniversary Celebration.
The patch is tear-dropped shaped. BB Style stats are:
X26 LOR R LTQ RED LTQ FDL RED "75 Years - 1930 - 2005 - of Service"
Update 4-26: I have been advised by a Suanhacky Lodge member that this patch was given to all participants of the Diamond Anniversary Banquet. Each patch was numbered 1-200 and came with a certificate which was also numbered. My understanding is the extra patches were sold at the event.
Wednesday, February 09, 2005
Dick Cordes of Suanhacky Lodge #49 brought to my attention several event patches from #49. Apparently the patch was ordered with four years (1989, 1990, 1991, and 1992) arranged around the 4 sides of the cut-edge patch. This allowed the lodge to place a single order and cut off the three years not used for a particular conclave.
"Attached is an image of 3 Suanhacky Lodge event patches as the Blue Book 5 doesn't reflect the existence of eX1989. Perhaps the patches should be reflected as eX1989, eX1990, & eX1991. I have never come across the 1992 patch."
I have a eX1990 in my collection which has the 1991 and 1992 strips taped to the patch, the 1990 is still attached, and the 1989 is gone.
Does anyone have a 1992 version? Or did the Lodge run out after 1991 and not reorder?
Shu Shu Gah Lodge #24 eR2005
A new event patch from Lodge 24, issued at its Winter Banquet last motnh. The patch celebrates the 80th Anniversary of the Lodge
Tentative BB VI Style stats:
eR2005 GMY C BLK GMY RED FDL GMY 80th Anniversary 1925-2005 Winter Banquet
Monday, February 07, 2005
2005 NYS OA Jamb-O-Ree Checklist
I have just begun a checklist for all 2005 Jamb-O-Ree OA issues from New York State. This is very preliminary but does contain all of the known or planned issues to date.
for the list.
Please let me know if you are aware of any other palnned issues from NY Lodges. Of course I am always looking for a trade/purchase for any issues I need.
Saturday, February 05, 2005
Save the Date 10th Annual Shu Shu Gah TOR 11-19-05
Shu-Shu-Gah Lodge #24 will be hosting its Tenth Annual Trade-O-Ree
Date: Saturday 11/19/2005
Time: 10:00AM to 3:00PM (dealer setup begins at 9:00AM)
Location: Gary Laermer Pavillion at Orbach Arena, Camp Alpine Alpine, NJ
(exit 3 on the Palisades Parkway)
Admission is FREE to all
Last year we sold out 48 tables and had to turn away a couple of people on thte day of the TRade-O-Ree.
Once again, this TOR will have free admission to all in order to help boost walk-in attendance.
Shu Shu Gah Lodge will be conducting a live auction at the TOR. Thanks to all who made donations and bid in the 2004 Auction If you are interested in donating items for this auction, they may be sent to the address below or be brought to the TOR in Camp Alpine on November 19, 2005.
We continue our efforts to publicize the TOR. Flyers will be handed out at many of the upcoming local TOR's, at the Section Conclave, the TMR Museum, GNYC's Summer Camp Ten Mile River, TMR Alumni Day, the Brooklyn 2005 Program Kickoff and other local Scouting events.
Flyers or information will also be available in ISCA website, on various dealer lists, local Scout Camps, etc. In addition flyers are being included in the lodge mailings.
Please mark your calendars, I look forward to seeing you all at the TOR.
If you have any questions, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Shu Shu Gah Lodge will also be hosting an Indian Seminar in Camp Alpine the same weekend, there were over 180 paid particpants in 2004. Sessions on Indian Clothing, Dance & Singing Sessions & Workshops on OA Ceremonies Extensive craft area. Pow-Wow Dancing on Friday and Saturday Nights
Training topics include:
Fancy Dance, Grass Dance, Ladies Dance, Old Style/Traditional Dance, Straight Dance, Bone Work, Ribbon Work Design, Hand Articles & Carry on's, Shawl Design & Construction, Crow/Plateau Clothing, Pow-Wow Etiquette, Fan Construction, Headdresses, Sioux Beadwork Design and Singing.
There will also be ceremonial training including:
Building a Better Ceremonial Team, History & Evolution of OA Ceremonies, Principles of Induction, Ordeal Management & The Elangomat System, Eastern Ceremonial Clothing, Props and Set Dressings for OA Ceremonies, Preparing For & Performing OA Ceremonies,
Other Ceremonial Opportunities in the OA, Pre-Ordeal Ceremony, Ordeal Ceremony, Brotherhood Ceremony, Vigil Ceremony