Agaming Maangogwan Lodge Issues First Flap

Posted in Patch Collecting by John E. Pannell on August 8th, 2012 at 8:44 pm
Agaming Maangogwan S1?

Agaming Maangogwan S1?

As part of the ongoing mergers in Michigan, Agaming Maangowagan lodge was recently formed to serve the Water and Woods Field Service Council, part of the Michigan Crossroads Council.  This lodge was formed from the merger of Mischigonong 89, Chickagami 180, Cuwe 218, and Gabe-Shi-Win-Gi-Ji-Kens 374 lodges.    Thanks to both Randy Holden and Dick Sofian for sending me images of the first  flap for this new lodge.

The lodge’s name is interpreted as “Loon Feather on the Shore”.  The lodge totem is the loon.  The lodge has chosen to use number 804, based upon what they view to be the effective date of this lodge, August 4th, also the first day after this year’s NOAC.

The lodge flaps were readily available for trade at this year’s NOAC, unlike the recent Puvunga lodge flaps.  I have heard unconfirmed reports that at least 1500 of these flaps were produced.

 

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4 Responses to “Agaming Maangogwan Lodge Issues First Flap”

  1. Tico Says:

    I spoke with the lodge – 2000 were made for the over 1000 lodge members. I bought a few for $5 each at Founder’s day.

  2. Jim Gavigan Says:

    Puvunga: All flaps were in the same order, received the week before NOAC.Numbers; S1 383, S2 90, S3 55, S4 100, S5 42.

  3. Mike Says:

    What was with lodges selling flaps at Founder’s Day this year? So much for the day being all about giving stuff away…

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