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Itibapishe Iti Hollo Lodge is a part of Central NC Council BSA and was founded in 1940 as a member of Area H which included many of the lodges currently in SR-5 but extended from Atlanta to Tampa, FL. At the time it was then headquartered in Concord, NC but now resides near the council HQ in Albemarle, NC. The totem of the Lodge is officially the Beaver which was never used as a totem on the lodge’s Pocketflap until recently in 2012 when the first beaver patches were introduced. Itibapishe Iti Hollo Lodge still serves the Central NC Council through cheerful service and Camp John J. Barnhardt located in Albemarle, NC.
Many patch collectors have noticed the recent change in Itibapishe Iti Hollo’s identity. The infamous “Creek Indian in the canoe wearing a vest with a single feather” has been replaced with the beaver. But why? Many of the newer collectors may not know, but the original charter totem of Itibap in 1940 was the beaver …Read More
Itibapishe Iti Hollo just released the first issue in celebration of our lodge’s 75 anniversary in 2015 and 100th anniversary of the OA. The patch (R6?) is 3.25″ in diameter and is screen printed on felt with a plastic backing. The patch was made by Stadri Emblems. Shared by John Watson Please Leave Comments Below!
Itibapishe Iti Hollo (188) recently released its 2015 NOAC fundraiser set. The set is a three patch set of puff embroidery over felt with the 100th OA Anniversary logo as a riveted metal piece. Borders are Red, Black, and White and have been assigned OA Image designations of F6 (Red), F7 (Black), and F8 (White). …Read More
Introduced at the 2013 Fall Ordeal, Itibapishe Iti Hollo 188 recently rolled out two new versions of lodge flaps designed to recognize Elangomat service at Ordeals. The first flap, designated S90, is a black and silver patch, and is available for purchase by any brother who serves as an Elangomat at any ordeal. For those …Read More
Itibap has recently put out a lot of color variations of the new standard beaver flap. The most sought out for is the I-Lead trained light blue flap. Now many may be thinking what is the significance of the flap and why were only 100 made? The I-lead conference was Itibap’s idea of changing a …Read More
The R-1 was the first issued lodge patch of Itibapishe Iti Hollo Lodge 188. Issued in the 1940s and 1950s the lodge only issued 1 per person per life according to one of the original founders Hubert Powell before his passing in 2001. When trading began to pick up in popularity, the lodge leadership did …Read More