Bruce C Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mon Jul 06 13:43:06 1998
If it is a Council Exploring band (pretty unlikely), then the uniform
would be OK (except for the tie). Boy Scouts don't wear Explorer dark
green shirts EVER, and the silver loops are pretty problematic however you
look at it. I'm assuming that this was a Scout band. If so, it should
have been in the Boy Scout tan uniforms with red loops.
Skipper, S.S.S. Columbia Ranger
Columbia, Maryland USA
>>> Tony Vining <TVining@usa.net> 6 July 1998 2:32 pm >>>
I was at a parade Friday Night (2nd Place again), and saw the
"CROSSROADS OF AMERICA BOY SCOUT MARCHING BAND"
No Biggie, but I was startled by the uniform....Green Shirt with
"BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA" Pocket Tag, SILVER fruit Loops, and a red tie.
Youth were all Boy Scout age, not Exploring, and there was
approximately 50% adults.
Anyone got any clues on the uniform issue? Is it legal, being that
Silver Fruit Loops are reserved for the Council Types, and Green shirts