Re: OA Internet Flap flap
Michael Grier (MDG2@PSUVM.PSU.EDU)
Thu, 23 Jun 1994 10:50:00 EDT
>--> And what about the YOUTH leaders of the National Order of the Arrow? They
>--> should be asked for permission to commemorate THEIR conference. This is a
>--> Blackeagle Services patch, unofficial anywhere else, and so permission of
>--> other organizations is not required; but a Scout IS courteous.
> I have watched as one member of this list offers to produce a piece of
>memorabilia that several have asked for, and even share the proceeds (not
I have to agree with Jim. The idea of having a patch that _all_ internet
scouts and scouters can relate to is very desirable. I understand that many
of you feel the design should be general and all purpose. However, a design
that will make everyone happy will probabaly not surface. Those of you in
the OA, think of your lodge flap... does everyone in the lodge absolutely
love the design of it?
As Jim says, I think we should appreciate what Mike W. has proposed to do.
As far as I can tell, the immediate goal is to get a design ready for NOAC.
I hope it gets accomplished.
>--> And what about the YOUTH leaders of the National Order of the Arrow?
>--> They should be asked for permission to commemorate THIER conference.
Sorry, I never got chace to call the National Committe back in 1992 when my
lodge did NOAC contingent shirts and flaps. That's because, again as Jim
said, their permission isn't necessary. I briefly thumbed through the
paperwork sent out of Texas and I never saw a word about 'special
permission' for commemorative NOAC supplies from the lodge.
I don't mean to sound too biting, but I think that when you consider what a
large and diverse group we are, one has to realize that some concessions
must be made. Thanks your offer for the patch Mike!
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