Eagle stained glass
Fred Rogers (fredrogers@VNET.IBM.COM)
Tue, 26 Mar 1996 13:10:16 EDT
On Tue, 26 Mar 1996 10:28:04 -0500, Kevin S Woods <kswoods@CHRISTA.UNH.EDU> writ
> From BSA and the US Historical Society,
> I have just received a notice about a stained glass plague that can be
> ordered for my new Eagle Scout son. Has anyone seen this and is it
> nice. I am concerned that sometimes the advertisement is more than the
> item. Is it a nice size or smaller than you thought. At $100, I would
> like some feedback before ordering. Thanks.
We ordered one for our son when he made Eagle in 1992. It is very
nice. I think the size is about 10 x 14. (That is based on memory.
I'll try to remember and measure it this evening.) We ordered it for
Christmas in 1992 and were a little late in ordering. In addition to
getting the order in a little late, there was some mix up and we found
ourselves talking to the US Historical Society people just a couple of
days before Christmas. They assured us that they could get it to us by
Christmas and asked whether we wanted to have it engraved. We said we
should probably do that locally given the small amount of time
availalble. They said it should be no problem, so we told them to
engrave it. They did. And their word was good. It arrived in time
for Christmas. I was quite impressed.
It now sits in the living room where it can catch the sunlight and is
quite pretty with the stained glass and the walnut base.
Fred Rogers <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Eagle class of 1955, father of Eagle 1992
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City