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Konepaka Ketiwa Lodge Patch History

Since Konepaka Ketiwa #38 was formed as a lodge in 1994 the lodge has produced the patches below. Click on the patch to see an enlarged view. No other patches were offically sanctioned by the lodge.

First Konepaka Ketiwa Standard Patch
First Konepaka Ketiwa Standard Patch, second loom, this patch differs just slightly from the previous patch in that instead of the "KO" in KONEPAKA being part of the backgroud only the "K" is.
Konepaka Ketiwa 1997 National Jamboree Patch
Konepaka Ketiwa 1998 National Order of the Arrow Conference Patch
1996 Total Order of the Arrow Development (T.O.A. D.) Patch
1997 Total Order of the Arrow Development (T.O.A. D.) Patch
1998 Total Order of the Arrow Development (T.O.A. D.) Patch
1999 Total Order of the Arrow Development (T.O.A. D.) Patch similar to 1998 but "1999" is present on background
This patch was a new concept for a new standard konepaka patch, however the design never really caught on, the cliff on the left of the patch was an ugly not very desirable looking blob. 2 different variations were produced. This the first variation was produced with a Yellow sun and black lettering.
2 different variations were produced. This is the second variation was produced with an orange sun and red lettering. Very few of the Orange sun patches were produced somewhere in the 100-150 range.
This was konepaka Ketiwa's first pocket flap to incorporate a "full pocket" design. This is the top portion the normal pocket flap. Two, different tops were produced. They essentially are the same but the one below is a bit larger. This pocket flap is combined with the NOAC or National Jamboree bottoms portions below to create the "full pocket" effect.
2 different variations were produced. This is the second variation it is a bit larger than the first..
This bottom portion when combined with either of the flaps above, produces a "full pocket" effect. This bottom was produced for the 2001 National Jamboree. Jamboree 2001 appears in the fire.
This bottom portion when combined with either of the flaps above, produces a "full pocket" effect. This bottom was produced for the 2002 National Order of the Arrow Conference. NOAC 2002 appears on the fire.
This flap is the second "full pocket" type of flap produced by the lodge. This flap was produced for the lodges 10th anniversary in 2004. Arrowmen had to earn this patch by providing 10 hours of service to our lodge at the 2003 section conclave. The bordier of this flap is gold mylar, only 150 of these flaps were produced. "Official" issued lodge flaps had on the back of the flap a number designation, with the signature of the lodge chief during the time the patch was distributed. Here is an example of the numbering and signature:

This flap is the third "full pocket" type of flap produced by the lodge. This flap was also produced for the lodges 10th anniversary in 2004. However, arrowmen had to earn this patch by providing 15 hours of service to our lodge at the 2003 section conclave. The bordier of this flap is silver mylar, only 150 of these flaps were produced. "Official" issued lodge flaps had on the back of the flap a number designation, with the signature of the lodge chief during the time the patch was distributed. Here is an example of the numbering and signature:

This patch has been voted as the new standard Konepaka Ketiwa flap. This will be produced as a general use patch.
Patched produced for the 2005 Section Conclave. The words "2005 Section Conclave" appear on the horizon line near the patches center.
Z1 1999 Heritage Series Patch Inali Lodge #38, reproduction of Inali for lodge fund raiser.
2000 Heritage Series Patch, Muc-Kis-Sou #170, reproduction of Muc-Kis-Sou for lodge fund raiser.
Heritage Series Patch, Amequa #376, reproduction of Amequa for lodge fund raiser.
Heritage Series Patch, Golden Eagle #313, reproduction of Golden Eagle for lodge fund raiser.
Heritage Series Patch, Wisaka #170, reproduction of Wisaka for lodge fund raiser.
Heritage Series Patch, Saukenuk #504, reproduction of Saukenuk for lodge fund raiser.
Heritage Series Patch, Bison #313, reproduction of Bison for lodge fund raiser.
Heritage Series Patch, Khu-Kuu-Koo-Huu #170, reproduction of Khu-Kuu-Koo-Huu for lodge fund raiser.
Patch produced in 1996 for the Rapatuck Trade-o-Ree, Rapatuck reffers to the Rapatuck Trail which was at Camp Fellheimer, when this camp was part of the Illowa Council.
2000 Lodge Service Award Patch. Earned after 40 hours of service to the coucil camps, for more information see the Service Committee web page.
This backpatch was produced for the lodges 10th anniversary in 2004. The different animals surrounding the patch represent the totems of all the other lodges that merged to form Konepaka Ketiwa. Saukenuk 504, Amequa 376, Bison 313, Golden Eagle 313, Wisaka 170, Khu-Khu-Koo-Huu 170, Muc-Kis-Sou 170, and Inali 38.
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