They can. Then National went into it. I'll give you credit in the opening page for the contribution. It can be suspended from the pocket, or sewn to the pocket.
Sign In Sign Up. Sign up for a new account in our community. My understanding is that although it is similarly shaped, that these chit patches do NOT go on the right pocket flap.
New scout no lodge flap needs more brightly colored cloth on uniform..... However, the Council scout shop here sells pocket flaps with a BSA fleur-de-lis on them, and we buy them to award to scouts who complete the woods tools requirement for Second Class. Please help me to help other Scouts and Scouters in this project!
No card, no "rights" to use those items. Those same patches are available to other local Councils; there are about three or four companies that produce them, complete with the FDL which would make them "official" for wear.
Uniforms Search In. However, this does not mean that they cannot be worn. What IS so "big" about the right pocket flap and for that matter, the right pocket of the Boy Scout uniform?? They sent out an email last week for a Mothers Day promotion, with a Scout Mom patch and a picture of it right on the sleeve under the flag.
Thanks Ray!! How do you "remove Totin' Rights" from a Scout that is misusing a pocket knife, hand axe, or bow saw improperly?? The OA sash is suspended from the right side, and OA ceremonies support the "right side" of things.
Although I'm a thread head, I've never understood why we have this patch.
Back to the Top of this Page Please help me by providing me full-sized scans of insignia items which do not appear here. Already have an account?