|Silver Acorns - A Story of 25 Years of Brotherhood, was published by the Kecoughtan Lodge 25th Anniversary Committee in August of 1976 to document the Lodge history and service to Peninsula Council. On September 17-19 Kecoughtan Lodge held a 25th Anniversary Event and Celebration at Camp Chickahominy with honored guest Dr. E. Urner Goodman, founder of the Order of the Arrow.
Below you will find links to each page of this booklet which I scanned and saved as JPEG images. When time permits I will convert the text to HTML. In the interest of getting it online as soon as possible, and to preserve the original appearance of the booklet, I chose to make it available as scanned images first.
Page 1 - Title Page
Page 2 is blank
Page 3 Dedication Page
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(includes Roll Call of Lodge Chiefs, 1951-1976)
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This web site is dedicated to the memory of E. Bailey Tudder, longtime Kecoughtan Lodge Advisor, and Dr. Ron Godby, former 463 Arrowman and co-author of the most comprehensive reference on Lodge 463 emblem issues.
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