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 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

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