Steve Souza (76703.633@COMPUSERVE.COM)
Wed, 6 Jul 1994 19:43:57 EDT
Quoting From: Kathie Cerveny kathie@DELTA.EECS.NWU.EDU
===>> Using the "cub leader" neckerchief is "technically" out of uniform
for the female and/or webelos leader (and asst).
===>> ...pack committees can not make decisions on uniforming anymore.
===>> Optional means that the female may wear the Oscar dela Rente
neckerchief or not, they may also wear the C.S. Woodbadge learners
neckerchief, and then the Woodbadge neckerchief.
===>> keep in mind -- if you wear the uniform, it is a copyrighted uniform
and thus must be worn exactly as rules and regulations states.
Kathie, all this aside, the neckerchief, just as the OA Lodge flap, Scouting
baseball cap, and assorted temporary patches, are an individual &/or Unit
There are many authorized neckerchiefs for Scouters, including the various
Philmont ones, custom unit ones, and generic ones.
Many of the units in our area have designed matching activity T-shirts and
neckerchiefs to help develope unit identity and pride. As long as the
neckerchief is unit or BSA approved, it should be wearable (within the
guidelines of what it is... non-woodbadge folks shouldn't wear the woodbadge
neckerchief for example).
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