1998 Section NE-4A Conclave

Kittatinny Lodge 5 sponsored section NE-4A’s Conclave on May 29-31, 1998. Lodges from the section gathered at Hawk Mountain Scout Reservation in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania for a weekend of fun, fellowship, and brotherhood.

Smoke Signals

The Publications committee of Kittatinny 5 spent their Conclave weekend collecting the news and sharing it with the delegates in a special newsletter entitled Smoke Signals.  Each edition features some beautiful photography along with stories about the events of the day.  Three editions were produced, and can be downloaded from the following links as a PDF.

Photos

Lots of photographs were taken at Conclave.  Here are some photos of the people, places, and events that made Conclave memorable:

Bill Whipporwill Thompson, Chief of the Lenape Nation, made a special appearance at Conclave and spoke about the Order's special role in Lenape cultural preservation.

Bill Whipporwill Thompson, Chief of the Lenape Nation, made a special appearance at Conclave and spoke about the Order’s special role in Lenape cultural preservation.

Lodge Chief Chuck Sacavage accepts a limited edition statue of Uncas on behalf of Kittatinny Lodge.

Lodge Chief Chuck Sacavage accepts a limited edition statue of Uncas on behalf of Kittatinny Lodge.

Lodge Adviser Mike Barner and Associate Lodge Adviser Harry Hatt take a moment from their duties to share a laugh.  Pryce Parker and Deb Reager look on in the background.

Lodge Adviser Mike Barner and Associate Lodge Adviser Harry Hatt take a moment from their duties to share a laugh. Pryce Parker and Deb Reager look on in the background.

The Indian village at Hawk Mountain Scout Reservation stands ready for the dance competitions.

The Indian village at Hawk Mountain Scout Reservation stands ready for the dance competitions.

The outgoing and incoming section officers gather to pose for a picture.

The outgoing and incoming section officers gather to pose for a picture.

Don Oplinger shows off his newest award as he considers the end of his final term as Section Adviser.

Don Oplinger shows off his newest award as he considers the end of his final term as Section Adviser.

The new section officers smile for the camera, eagerly awaiting the start of their new jobs.

The new section officers smile for the camera, eagerly awaiting the start of their new jobs.

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