Jul 22, 2011

Wahunsenakah Lodge 15th Anniversary patches available

Wahunsenakah Lodge 333 was formed on January 1, 1996 when Kecoughtan Lodge 463 and Chanco Lodge 483 merged, 4 years after their parent councils combined to form Colonial Virginia Council.

As part of their 15th anniversary celebration Wahunsenakah is issuing three special limited edition patches. Income from their sales will be used to support Bayport Scout Reservation. Since the purpose of their issue is primarily as a fund raiser the patches are available to anyone; you do not have to be a member of the Lodge to purchase them, and the lodge is offering shipping to those who won't be able to pick them up.

The commemorative items include an anniversary flap featuring a hatchling duck whose design mimics the design of the first Wahunsenakah flap, a 6" tall chenille, and a CSP shaped patch. Deadline for pre-orders is September 30. Download the order form and place your order now to make sure you add these unique items to your collection while helping Wahunsenakah support Bayport and celebrate their 15th anniversary.

New James River District patch

Tim Ewing sent me a nice scan of the new James River District patch from Colonial Virginia Council. The design is the same as its predecessors, but the border is now green. Previous issues have had blue, yellow, and silver borders. Check them all out on the Colonial Virginia Council other issues page.