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Longhouse Construction – July 15th 2012
lhconstruction0001With site prep just days away a solar powered time-lapse camera was installed to look over the site. Unfortunately we were unable, at this time, have a live web feed that we were hoping for. Once the construction is complete we will up load the photos for all to see.
Longhouse Construction - July 10th 2012

lhconstruction0010lhconstruction0012Once the permits were received from Snohomish county construction started quickly. We were lucky to find a contractor for the utility pipes that was able to do the work on short notice and could finish prior to summer camp starting. The first task was to split the water supply from the main Camp Pigott line just north of the dining hall. That was day one of construction June 25th 2012. The trench was then dug down the road to the parking lot; the utility pipes placed and then covered.

The trench has a huge water main, electrical and a data pipe for phone service to the new building. We were able to lay the utilities down the road AND across the parking lot all before scouts arrived!

Now we are working up the hill towards our final destination. The new road will also be wider to accommodate fire trucks and other emergency vehicles. We also added for safety and convenience an additional fire hydrant at the parking lot that was not in the original plan.


Kwahnice Pole Restoration
2010fallordeal008Members of the Teenas Chackchack Chapter begin restoration of the Kwahnice Pole on September 12th 2010; more information to follow.

The chapter totem pole that is in good condition and still stands at the longhouse site remained unidentified. Several people had inklings of the origin of the pole but none were very confident of their information. Using the Lodge website, T'Kope Kwiskwis put a general call out there for T'Kope alumni to step forward and help provide some of the missing history of the Lodge, the Longhouse and its totem poles. Several totem poles were unidentified, that is until 2009 when former Lodge Chief Rod Field identified one of the poles.

The beautiful pole is crowned by an Orca over a man holding a copper. The bottom crest is a beaver. Mr. Field said the pole was raised during his tenure as Chapter Chief of the Kwahnice Chapter in 1972-73. Kwahnice was later merged into Teenas Chakchak, which serves the West Seattle, Burien and Des Moines areas.

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