The Internet Guide to OA Insignia
Grand Valley Council
Grand Rapids, MI
Lodge Data
Chartered: 1935
Lodge Totem: Flying duck
Name Translation:  
Changes: 1975: Merged with Nakida Naou 401 to form Nacha Tindey 25


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S2a RED R DBL GRN  No #; VER field; 48x112 mm; thin arrowhead   
S2b RED R DBL GRN  51x113 mm; thick arrowhead   
S3a RED R DBL GRN  53x116 mm; HOR field & body of duck; thick RED arrow & shaft   
S3b RED R DBL GRN  52x114 mm; thin RED arrow & shaft   
S4 RED R DBL GRN  HOR field; VER body of duck   
Data for 7 patches from this lodge and type(s) are shown above.

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