ASTA Presents a NOAC history in Stitches Back National Issues Staff Issues Lodges 1-49 Lodges 50-99 Lodges 100-149 Lodges 150-199 Lodges 200-249 Lodges 250-299 Lodges 300-349 Lodges 350-399 Lodges 400-449 Lodges 450-499 Lodges 500-549 Lodges 550-619 Spoof Issues


It's amazing, a simple piece of cloth with a few stitches of colorful threads sewn into its intricate crevices is born unto Scouting for yet another memorable National Scouting Event. Yes we'll remember the friends we made, the 2 a.m. pizza parties, the training and the never ending rain, but we bring home in a simple piece of cloth and stitches the memories that will last us a lifetime. It's not some stitches thrown around, it's a piece of art, crafted by the most meticulous of patch designers. A designer imagining how the final product would look and how the stitches would become not only the signature of his dedicated handiwork, but the signature of his Lodge. The value in the stitches is not in the cloth, but in the memories we will cherish.


These pages represent the efforts of fellow ASTA members at NOAC in an attempt to catalog all known memorabilia from this year's conference. We believe that we have catalogued 99% of the memorabilia from the 1998 conference. Please use these images as a reference for identifying your mementos. And don't forget, we'll do this all over again in 2000. C'ya in Knoxville!


P.S. We know we did not scan every issue out there. Is your special Lodge NOAC issue missing? If so, send us a scan of that patch to us by email (Preferable file format is jpeg, but we can convert most any format into the jpeg format.


Last site update 01/19/99 05:28 PM. All images scanned at NOAC have been uploaded.

 

A NOAC History in Stitches is presented by the American Scouting Traders Association.
1998. All images on this site are free for individual non-profit use. If you wish to use these images on your site, you must copy and place them into your site. Do not link directly to the images contained on this site. Many thanks go out to all the dedicated volunteers at NOAC to assist in the scanning of these images for the collecting community.