Painting by members of Otena Lodge

This painted canvas, now in the Brown County Museum of History, was painted by members of Otena Lodge.  Gaitha Browning drew and painted the picture, but some area OA boys helped paint it, too. The picture was taken off a standard flier the OA uses. The muslin canvas is 5 1/2 feet wide and 6 1/2 feet long.  It was used at one of the lodge banquets and also at other events of the lodge.  Browning eventually gave the canvas to Don Walske, a Vigil member of the Otena Lodge.

We want to thank Don Walske, Vigil member of Otena Lodge, for saving this canvas and providing it to the Brown County Museum of History.

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