Seunen Paschengink Village (Twin Valley District)

Achewon Nimat Lodge 282 San Francisco Bay Area Council, Boy Scouts of America
Copyright © San Francisco Bay Area Council, All Rights Reserved
Achewon Nimat Lodge 282, Order of the Arrow San Francisco Bay Area Council-BSA, 1001 Davis Street, San Leandro, CA  94577  | PH: 510.577.9000 email: info@achewonnimat.org  |  www.achewonnimat.org
Additional Photos Needed Please email webmaster@achewonnimat.org if you have one
Welcome to Seunen Village, the village of the Badger. Seunen Village serves the Twin Valley District of the San Francisco Bay Area Council. With a history of service that dates back to 1948 we continue to provide leadership and service to the Packs, Troops, District and Council. Our village name "Seunen Paschengink" means "Valleys of the Seunen". The Seunen were a band of the Chochenyo who lived in the Northwestern region of the Livermore valley. The Chochenyo in turn were one major division of what is now called the Muwekma people, also known as the Coastanoans or Ohlone. Paschengink is a variation of the Lenape phrase "pahsayënk" which means "valleys of (location)". Meeting Time: 7:00 pm Held on the 2nd Thursday of each month Meeting Location ( click on link for directions ): Alameda County Sheriffs Training Center 6289 Madigan Road Dublin, CA 94568 Village Leaders: Click here for the Village Contact Information
Achewon Nimat 282
San Francisco Bay Area Council, Boy Scouts of America