Special CSP wear
Steve Souza (76703.633@COMPUSERVE.COM)
Thu, 20 May 1993 06:01:19 EDT
quoting From: Mary Lee SYSMLF%UOFT01.BITNET@ricevm1.rice.edu
> My problem stems from the fact that this is a Council patch. It was
> available along with the other (more common) CSP last year.
I thought that was what you ment, but then I read the reply about a temp
patch and got confused... thanks for unconfusing me <g>.
As far as CSP wear, the implementation in our Council (and I have no reason
to believe it isn't normal policy) is that any CSP issued by the Council you
are an active member of (including Jambo CSPs, etc.) you are entitled to
wear on your uniform.
Many here do wear special ones, or older ones (including the old
white-on-red city & state 'strips' from pre-CSP days on their old green
My understanding is that any uniform (and the associated patches) that was
issued and legal for BSA, is still legal for BSA wear.
(interesting side note... At an Eagle court I was at last Friday, we had an
attendie who was outfitted in an original period Scouting uniform from BPs
day... right down to the wool jacket and patches. He wears it for Eagle
Courts and special (Silver Beaver, Antelope, etc.) occasions.)
> It's still available while supplies last but the people buying them now
> are not wearing them, merely adding to their collections.
If you can get a hold of a couple of them before they're all gone, I'd love
to trade you a couple of ours for them... <hint hint>.
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