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TMR Neckerchief Neither Fish Nor Fowl

by @ Tuesday, November 20th, 2012. Filed under Not TMR, Ten Mile River pre-1965

I’ve previously written about Bob Lander’s and Nick Dale’s, a restaurant and canoe livery that issued a number of patches and neckerchiefs over the years. Their memorabilia never referred to the Scout Camp or used the Indian cliffs logo, but always contained the words Ten Mile River in the design. Here is a neckerchief I […]

TMR Lookalike – Camp Bob Hardin 1989 Patch

by @ Saturday, June 23rd, 2012. Tags: ,
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This is the final example of a non-GNYC camp, in this case Camp Bob Hardin using the iconic Indian Cliffs image for its pocket patch. Once again Camp Bob Hardin which is in North Carolina is part of Palmetto Council which is headquartered in South Carolina uses the Indian Cliffs scene on its pocket patch. […]

TMR Lookalike – Camp Bob Hardin 1988 Patch

by @ Sunday, June 17th, 2012. Tags:
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Here is another example of a non-GNYC camp using the iconic Indian Cliffs image for its pocket patch. Once again Camp Bob Hardin which is in North Carolina is part of Palmetto Council which is headquartered in South Carolina uses the Indian Cliffs scene on its pocket patch. This design was used by the camp […]

TMR Lookalike – Camp Bob Hardin 1987

by @ Monday, June 11th, 2012. Tags:
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Another example of a non-GNYC camp using the iconic Indian Cliffs image for its pocket patch. Once again Camp Bob Hardin which is in North Carolina is part of Palmetto Council which is headquartered in South Carolina uses the Indian Cliffs scence on its pocket patch. This design was used by the camp for several […]

TMR Lookalike – Camp Bob Hardin 1986

by @ Tuesday, June 5th, 2012. Tags:
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Another example of a non-GNYC camp using the iconic Indian Cliffs image for its pocket patch. Camp Bob Hardin which is in North Carolina is part of Palmetto Council which is headquartered in South Carolina. This design was used by the camp for several years. [phpbay]Camp Bob Hardin, 6[/phpbay]

TMR Lookalike – Camp Barstow

by @ Monday, October 24th, 2011. Filed under Not TMR

They same imitation is the sincerest form of flattery; here is a camp from South Carolina using the TMR Indian Cliffs logo on their pocket patch. Anyone have other examples of other camps/councils using the Indian Cliffs scene? [phpbay]Ten Mile river Scout, 5[/phpbay]

Adventure Base 100 on the Intrepid

by @ Friday, November 12th, 2010. Filed under Not TMR

Looking for something to do Thanksgiving Weekend as a volunteer? Clicking on the image above will bring you to the registration link On Friday, November 26th the Adventure Base 100 will open at the Intrepid where it will provide an amazing opportunity for everyone until Sunday, November 28th. Please consider being a part of this […]

GNYC Casting Call

by @ Monday, June 14th, 2010. Filed under Not TMR, Scouting in the News

GNYC has announced a casting call for the Times Square Jamboree Show on July 31, 2010. Registration & Detail:  www.TimesSquareJamboree.com Casting Call:  www.bsa-gnyc.org/CastingCall and Facebook Identify & reach out to highly talented youth Scouts – have them audition for roles in the stage show. Additional information is available by writing to: The Times Square Jamboree […]

Camp Matinecock – Kanohwahkee Lakes

by @ Saturday, January 16th, 2010. Filed under Not TMR

Before Ten Mile River was established in 1928, NYC Scouts camped at one of the various camps at Kanohwahkee Lakes in what today is part of Bear Mountain State Parks.  One of the Queens Camps was Camp Matinecock.  An auction recently ended on eBay with two Camp Matinecock patches from circa 1920.  What would probably […]

Hiawatha Seaway Council Camps

by @ Tuesday, October 27th, 2009. Tags:
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for those of you whose interest in NYS Boy Scout Camps extends beyond Ten Mile River, I recently came across a new resource on the Hiawatha Seaway Council Website. On the history page, there are links to the history of many of the camps owned by the current council and its predecessors including: Camp Loyalty […]

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