Re: BSA: simple "knots" question
John Pannell (PANNELLJ@DELPHI.COM)
Tue, 26 Jul 1994 18:17:24 -0400
>4) Can a scout wear the Arrow of Light knot on his uniform while a scout
>(as opposed to a scouter)
No. The awards are to be worn by youth and the knots by adults with the
exception of the religious award knot for which there is only a knot and a
>5) Is there a single knot meaning "I have earned my religion's awared"
>or are the awards for different relgions represented by different knots
>(in which case it would be practically impossible to earn all of the
>knots. That would mean a scout changing religions about every 4 months,
>not exactly reverent)
A silver knot on a purple background represents that a person has earned a
religious award as a youth (any award). A purple knot on grey background
means the wearer has been granted an adult religious award.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City