Re: G.O.L.D. Award
William H. Sills (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Fri Feb 20 19:43:00 1998
Bill's answer was exactly what I was seeking.
We really need to attach a sheet of suggestions to the certificate.
Veerle Braughton wrote:
> When I was a skipper of my ship. I signed one line as the skipper and the
> Scout Executive signed the other line. The award date we used was the date
> that the Scout Executive signed the application I believe. For the by line.
> I don't have a certificate in front of me but I believe I put the council
> name on there. I did both the GOLD award certificates and the Explorer
> Leadership Award certificates on my computer. The council did not fill them
> out for us either. Hope this helps.
> Bill Carlen
> -----Original Message-----
> From: William H. Sills <email@example.com>
> To: Multiple recipients of list <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: Friday, February 20, 1998 4:46 PM
> Subject: G.O.L.D. Award
> > My son has earned God & Me, God & Country
> >Episcopal, Eagle and Quartermaster. As you all know, they
> >are nice awards with handsome certificates. Recently, he
> >also earned the G.O.L.D. Award. We picked it up fthis
> >afternoon from our local council service center. The
> >"package" included the award (which cost us $23.95), the
> >Explorer Achievement knot and a blank "Exploring Gold Award"
> >certificate. The medal was really heavy and crude. My son
> >liked it, though, because it was so massive. <G> The knot
> >was easily understood but the certificate was delivered in
> >blank. Nothing was filled out.
> > Does anyone know what goes in the
> >by_________________ ? where we find the Award
> >Date____________ ? and whose signatures go on the bottom
> >left (port) and the bottom right (starboard) lines?
> > The way it was handled pretty much denigrated the
> >achievement. How is it supposed to be done? Any suggestions?
> >Bill Sills
> >SSS Hathor (1)
> >Zenda, WI