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Camp Aquehonga 2015 Pocket Patch

by @ Friday, December 14th, 2018. Tags:
Filed under Camp Aquehonga

For the 2015 season, Camp Aquehonga issued a diamond shaped cut-edge patch with its traditional birch bark “A” logo. Was there a staff patch issued in 2015? Anyone have one for trade or sale?

Camp Keowa 2010 LDS Encampment Pocket Patch

by @ Tuesday, December 11th, 2018. Tags: ,
Filed under Camp Keowa, Ten Mile River - Modern

I’ve previously written about a 2011 LDS Encampment held at Camp Keowa, here is another this time from 2010. Is anyone aware of other LDS Encampment patches held at TMR Camps?    

Ten Mile River Scout Camp 2015 Jacket Patch

by @ Saturday, December 8th, 2018. Tags:
Filed under Ten Mile River - Modern

It had been several years since TMR had issued a jacket patch.  For 2015 the issue a puzzle style patch which contained the image of 4 smaller patches from that year. There was also an individual patch for Family Camp, but it was not included in the Jacket Patch design. Ten Mile River 2015 Jacket […]

Brooklyn Scout Camp – Roving Camp Felt

by @ Saturday, December 1st, 2018. Tags:
Filed under Ten Mile River pre-1965

I have written about the various TMR Scout programs over the years beginning in 1938. Previous to that time each of the borough camps had their own insignia and achievement programs. Here is a felt patch from the Brooklyn Camps. There are several varieties which follow the same design. Can anyone provide the requirements for […]

2018 Bronx Trek-O-Ree Pocket Patch

by @ Friday, November 30th, 2018. Filed under Ten Mile River - Modern

I don’t usually picture TMR event patches unless they are council level events, but here is one from the Bronx District Trek-O-Ree in 2018. The design of the patch mirrors the new TMR Historic Trails patch I wrote up earlier this year. Hiking the TMR Trail was part of the events programing and many of […]

Ten Mile River Scout Patch Hiking & Craftsmanship Two Color Patch

by @ Tuesday, November 27th, 2018. Tags:
Filed under Ten Mile River pre-1965

I have written about the various TMR Scout programs over the years beginning in 1938. The two displays of TMR Scout (Felt & Cloth) currently displayed in the TMR Museum are part of my personal collection. The colors has specific meaning and were used for different program areas. Program Area Color Basic Advanced Aquatics Blue […]

Ten Mile River Scout Camps 1965 Jacket Patch

by @ Saturday, November 24th, 2018. Tags:
Filed under Ten Mile River - Modern

I often post about the iconic Ten Mile River logo. The Native American with coup stick overlooking the Delaware River from Indian Cliffs. To the best of my knowledge, the first version of this patch goes back to circa 1965 with the Jacket Patch shown below. What is the first use of this image? There […]

Ten Mile River Scout Camps 40th Anniversary Jacket Patch

by @ Wednesday, November 21st, 2018. Tags: ,
Filed under Ten Mile River - Modern

My first year as a Scout was the 40th Anniversary of Camp and while the patch collecting bug took a few more years to kick in, it was not long after that I acquired this 40th Anniversary Jacket Patch. What patch was issued for your first year attending summer camp?

Camp Saratoga Second Year Cut Edge Patch

by @ Sunday, November 18th, 2018. Filed under pre-1960 NYS Camps

Camp Saratoga operated as a boy scout camp originally under the auspices of Saratoga County Council from 1930 to 2001 when it became part of the Wilton Wildlife Preserve & Park. Approximately 25 acres of the 310-acre camp is owned by the Town of Wilton, the remaining acerage is owned by New York State. These […]

Camp Keowa 2005 Frontier Land Patch

by @ Thursday, November 15th, 2018. Tags:
Filed under Camp Keowa, TMR - Individual Camps

In 2005 in addition to the 50th Anniversary Patch, a patch was also issued for Frontier Land. I believe this was used for the First year camper program; can anyone confirm this?

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