Founder's Day Booths
Each Region tent had a booth set up with the Region Chief and officers present to answer questions and sign autographs.
At a Founder's Day booth, lodges have the chance to display pictures, patches, maps and other things relating to their lodge. Here, a lodge displays pictures from their lodge and hand out Post-It note pads. Many lodges handed out free gifts and fabulous prizes. To learn more about the gifts handed out, click here.
Founder's Day also gives participants a chance to have some fun in presenting their lodge's best traits. These Arrowmen to the right have pride displaying their cheese head foam hats. The Arrowmen on the left use a Bugs Bunny theme in their booth.
There were several non-lodge booths. These booths promoted various activities and opportunities, such as the Northern Tier program at Sommers Canoe Base.
Another very special event that was taking place during Founder's Day involved the United States Post Office. The Post Office was present to help commemorate a special 1998 NOAC Envelope Series, with a special NOAC cancellation.
Probably one of the most popular activities that always takes place on Founder's Day is the silk-screening of participants t-shirts. Arrowmen lined up to have the Founder's Day logo silkscreen in either white or red on everything from t-shirts to bed sheets.
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