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Camp Ranachqua 2018 Pocket Patch

by @ Friday, February 22nd, 2019. Tags:
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As we shiver through the long winter nights, thoughts of summer camp help keep us warm. The 2018 summer camp season is over, so it is now time to continue post the new patch issues from 2018. One of the 2018 individual camp issues is one from Camp Ranachqua. It utilizes their R in arrowhead […]

Camp Keowa 2018 Pocket Patch

by @ Tuesday, February 19th, 2019. Tags:
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As we shiver through the long winter, thoughts of summer camp help keep us warm. The 2018 summer camp season is over, so it is now time to continue post the new issues from 2018. One of the individual camp issues is one from Camp Keowa for 2018. It utilizes their Thunderbird totem as part […]

Massawepie Camps first patch 1953? Otetiana Council

by @ Saturday, February 16th, 2019. Tags: ,
Filed under pre-1960 NYS Camps

Massawepie Camps issued its first patch in 1953(? it is undated, can anyone confirm the issue date?) during this time it was part of Otetiana Council. Now it is part of Seneca Waterways Council which describes the camp as Located on a 3,769 acre parcel in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains of northern New […]

Beech Mountain 1946 Scout Camp Felt Pocket Patch

by @ Wednesday, February 13th, 2019. Tags: ,
Filed under pre-1960 NYS Camps

My first post in that category of per-1960 NYS Scout Camps was a felt pocket patch from Beech Mountain Scout Camps and a few days ago I posted one for 1944 and another for 1945. Here is a dated one from 1946 this one only says Beech Mountain Scout Camp. Was there a difference in […]

Beech Mountain 1945 Pioneer Camp Felt

by @ Sunday, February 10th, 2019. Tags: ,
Filed under pre-1960 NYS Camps

My first post in that category of per-1960 NYS Scout Camps was a felt pocket patch from Beech Mountain Scout Camps and a few days ago I posted one for 1944. Here is a dated one from 1945 this one also says Beech Mountain Pioneer Camp. Was there a difference in the program between Beech […]

Beech Mountain 1944 Pioneer Camp Felt

by @ Thursday, February 7th, 2019. Tags: ,
Filed under pre-1960 NYS Camps

My first post in that category of per-1960 NYS Scout Camps was a felt pocket patch from Beech Mountain Scout Camps. Here is a dated one from 1944. Unlike the previous on which just stated Beech Mountain Scout Camp, this one says Beech Mountain Pioneer Camp Was there a difference in the program between Beech […]

Ten Mile River Lander’s Teepee Neckerchief

by @ Monday, February 4th, 2019. Tags:
Filed under Not TMR

Bob Landers, and prior to that Nick Dales is a canoe livery on the Delaware River near Ten Mile River Scout Camps. This is a private company providing canoe rentals to groups and individuals in addition to many Scout groups. Nick Dale as some of you may know was active in GNYC and Brooklyn Council […]

Ten Mile River Scout Camps Chappegat Neckerchief

by @ Friday, February 1st, 2019. Tags:
Filed under Camp Chappegat, Ten Mile River pre-1965

I had previously written about the 1959 Scouting Exposition held at Ten Mile River Scout Camps in 1959. They must have had a stack of these neckerchiefs left over, as there are variations for each of the than active camps created using the base neckerchief with a black circle screened over the 1959 Scouting Exposition […]

Ten Mile River Scout Camps Keowa Neckerchief

by @ Tuesday, January 29th, 2019. Tags:
Filed under Camp Keowa, Ten Mile River pre-1965

I had previously written about the 1959 Scouting Exposition held at Ten Mile River Scout Camps in 1959. They must have had a stack of these neckerchiefs left over, as there are variations for each of the than active camps created using the base neckerchief with a black circle screened over the 1959 Scouting Exposition […]

Ten Mile River Scout Camps 1959 Scouting Exposition Neckerchief

by @ Saturday, January 26th, 2019. Tags:
Filed under Ten Mile River pre-1965

While the image shown below was for a Scouting Exposition held at Ten Mile River Scout Camps nearly 60 years ago, they can still be seen regularly today. The image depicts a scout raising a flap superimposed over the outline of the Scout Camps with the 6 lakes which are part of the reservation. Does […]

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