The Internet Guide to OA Insignia
 
Mahoning Valley Council
Canfield, OH
Lodge Data
Chartered: 1948
Lodge Totem: Rock being struck with lightning
Name Translation:  
Changes: 1957: Changed name from Mahoning
1995: Merged with Stigwandish 114 and Tapawingo 368 to form Wapashuwi 56
 

 

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HS1 YEL C M/C BLK DGR FDL; 40 years DGR; Neatoka-Wapashuwi   
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