THOMAS K ROBBINS (TOMROBBINS@prodigy.net)
Mon Jul 13 21:09:06 1998
I've a copy of the 1993 BSA Insignia and on page 4 it states under Drum and
Bugle Corps Uniforms:
"...The dark green shirts may be worn by older Scouts."
Tom Robbins, ASM Ventures, Troop 965, Webster, MD
> From: Tony Vining <TVining@usa.net>
> To: Multiple recipients of list <email@example.com>
> Subject: Uniforms
> Date: Monday, July 06, 1998 11:27 AM
> Good Afternoon:
> 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
> 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 indicate Explorers?