Re: Questions about Uniforming
Fri, 30 Sep 1994 11:52:39 EDT
> 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
> Tiger Cub.
> Anyone have a definitive answer on this? The ICG doesn't seem to cover it.
> Jim Miller, Jr.
For what it's worth I agree with you, and I wear a 2 with orange backing;
2 sons through the Tiger program; one after the other.
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