Re: More on t-shirts and scouts
Bob Haar (rhaar@ALBERT.CS.GMR.COM)
Tue, 21 Dec 1993 10:41:35 EST
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> Don Izard said:
> Our troop has in fact gone maybe a step farther. WE have
> 'official' red TROOP T-shirts. Besides wearing them under
> the scout shirt for games at troop meetings, the really
> make our troop STAND OUT at summer camp and camporees.
> It keeps us 'uniform' even when not in BSA uniform.
We just got troop T-shirts as our "official" Class_B uniforms.
There are several local troops who have done this for years
and it seems to work out.
> Patrol leaders have recently posed a question about
> having a SECOND t-shirt designed by EACH PATROLL!
> That way if we have patrol games etc., each patroll
> could identify each other, and better that the OLD
> SHIRTS and SKINS.
Our T-shirts have the troop logo on the front. The back is left open
for patrol emblems or special event things like a High Adventure
> Parents also seem to support the idea, so scouts would
> have a second t-shirt at camp that they MIGHT change
> once in a while.
We plan to give out a new one each year, paid for as part of the
annual dues, with an individual option to purchase additional
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City