Re: Adult service star Question
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Wed, 21 Feb 1996 15:39:13 -0600
Robert Morley wrote:
>With all this talk about service stars, I had a question >regarding the
Tiger Cub Service Stars. About 3-5 years ago, I >was a Big Brother for a
young boy, and we joined the Tiger cubs >at a local Cub Pack. Now I
understand that he can wear the >service star, however, Can I too wear the
service star or is the >service star just for the boy, and not the adult
The Tiger Cub service star is just for the youth member. You,
however, may be able to wear a one-year pin with a blue backing
for your adult "partnership" with the Tiger Cub.
>As a side note, or a more general question exactly which service >stars are
adults allowed to wear on the uniform?
Any of the service stars that you have earned for service as a Tiger Cub,
Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Varsity Scout or Explorer.
Some local Councils may allow former/present Girl Scouters to wear
service stars for their adult service.
You either wear service stars for each part of the Scouting
program or blue-backed service star(s) denoting total Scouting
experience (youth and adult).
Hope that helps!
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