Re: Questions about Uniforming
Fri, 30 Sep 1994 11:04:30 EDT
>The Tiger Cub graduate patch is temporary insignia for the Cub Scout
>uniform, and can be worn as the only temp. patch, or on a vest, etc.
>The Tiger Cub can and should also wear a year pin after his graduation
>into the pack with the Tiger program background.
This brings up an interesting point. Does a Tiger cub Parent-partner also get
to wear the year pin with orange backing? My Council Commissioner believes
so, as do I. Since they are registered as members of the pack, and not as
adult leaders, it would make sense that the adult can also wear a service
star for their year as a "Tiger cub." In those families with many boys going
through the program, we might even expect to see a lot of those orange
numbers going up. Personally, I cannot wait to see the first person who wears
a 2 year star with an orange backing because his son is a second generation
Anyone have a definitive answer on this? The ICG doesn't seem to cover it.
Jim Miller, Jr.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City