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70 Tsoiotsi Tsogalii

Tsoiotsi Tsogalii Lodge was formed in the fall of 1994 from the merger of Keyauwee Lodge 70 and Tsalagi Lodge 163.  The lodge name in Cherokee means “We Three Friends”, referring to the three original lodges that existed in the area for over 50 years – Tali Taktaki Lodge 70 (chartered 1933), Tsalagi Lodge 163 (1939), and Uwharrie Lodge 208 (1941).  The lodge totem is the Red-tailed Hawk.

The lodge is chartered to Old North State Council which covers eight central North Carolina counties.  The Council operates two summer camp programs, one for Boy Scouts at Cherokee Scout Reservation near Yanceyville and one for Cub Scouts at Woodfield Scout Preservation located west of Asheboro.  There are two additional camp properties – Hagan Sea Base on High Rock Lake and Hemric Scout Reservation on Kerr Lake.

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Tsoiotsi Tsogalii Lodge 70 2015 NOAC Early Bird Patch

Tsoiotsi Tsogalii Lodge has set an ambitious goal of taking 100 delegates to the 2015 National Order of the Arrow Conference. As of August 21, 2014 with NOAC still a year away the lodge already has 55 Arrowmen signed up. To help promote this event the lodge is issuing an “early bird” patch to the …Read More

Tsoiotsi Tsogalii Lodge 70 2013 National Jamboree set

Tsoiotsi Tsogalii Lodge recently released a two-piece set for the 2013 National Jamboree.  The flap features the lodge totem, a red-tailed hawk, which is found across North Carolina.  The bottom piece shows a Carolina Parakeet.  This species used to populate the Carolinas but has been extinct since the early 1900s.  The lodge made 1,000 sets …Read More

Tsoiotsi Tsogalii Lodge 70 “Fall OA Experience”

On the weekend of November 8 – 10, 2013 Tsoiotsi Tsogalii Lodge 70 held a great fellowship.  The weekend included four major activities:  Stew Fundraiser, an Ordeal, Webelosree, and Museum Dedication. For over thirty years the current lodge and its predecessor (Tsalagi Lodge 163) has made its version of Brunswick Stew.  On Friday over 1,400 …Read More

Tsoiotsi Tsogalii Issues New Patch With Innovative Program

At the Tsoiotsi Tsogalii Lodge 70 Fall Fellowship this past weekend members received their First Year Arrowman patch. For this first year all members were eligible to earn the patch if they fulfilled the requirements of being active and attending several chapter meetings. In the future only new Brothers will have the opportunity to earn …Read More

Tsoiotsi Tsogalii Lodge 70 2014 SR‐7B Conclave Issues

Tsoiotsi Tsogalii Lodge issued three patches for the SR-7B Section Conclave. 2014 marks the lodge’s 20th anniversary and everything issued this year will commemorate the occasion.  The first patch was a blue ghost flap restricted to members that signed up by mid-March for the conclave. The design includes the lodge totem red-tailed hawk, fireworks, and …Read More

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Memorabilia History

Tsoiotsi Tsogalii 70 S2 – 1996 NOAC

In 1996 Tsoiotsi Tsogalii Lodge 70 sent a delegation of 29 Brothers to the National OA Conference held at Indiana University.  For this event the lodge issued its second flap, identified as the S2.  The patch featured the lodge totem red-tailed hawk with his wings spread.  The patch was popular although some traders mistakenly thought …Read More

Life Member Patches Carry Across Three Lodges in NC

In the mid-1980s Uwharrie Lodge 208 started a Life Member program.  While other lodges had these programs, Larry Warlick credits the NC Wildlife Commission’s offering of a lifetime hunting license as giving him the idea to suggest it for his lodge.  Following approval of the Lodge Executive Committee, Brothers could pay a flat fee and …Read More

Tsoiotsi Tsogalii Lodge 70 FIRST FLAP

Tsoiotsi Tsogalii Lodge was formed through merger in the fall of 1994, but the lodge’s first flap (S1) was not issued until April 1995.  The flap was first available to members attending the SR-7 Section Conclave at Tuscarora Scout Reservation.  It features the lodge totem, the Red-tailed Hawk.  The lodge name in Cherokee means “We …Read More

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