The Internet Guide to OA Insignia
Firelands Area Council
Vermillion, OH
Lodge Data
Chartered: 1941
Lodge Totem: Flying eagle
Name Translation: Rattlesnake 
Changes: 1955: Rechartered after previously disbanding, changing name from Hilo-Hos-Kula
1960-1971: Inactive; then rechartered
1996: Merged with Wyandota 121 and Lou Ott 513 to form Portage 619


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ZF1 YEL C WHT GRN   NT; 63x114 mm; handmade   
ZF2 DYL C WHT GRN  TL; 58x120 mm; WWW do not tag bdr.   
ZF3 DYL R WHT GRN   NOTAWASY; handmade   
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