Re: Ribbons for/from Troop Flags
Dale B. Thompson (dalebt@PRIMENET.COM)
Tue, 25 Jun 1996 18:14:51 -0600
Michael A. Golrick wrote:
> former Scoutmaster began doing somecleaning and among other items
brought to the "Scout Room" (i.e. storage) was a shoe box full of
ribbons from the troop flag.
> I want to find a way to display the ribbons so that the boys can have a better
understanding of the history of the troop. The oldest ribbon I
> found, so far, is from 1963, and there are probably 75 - 100 ribbons
Troop 248 El Paso had relatively the same delimina (spell) then one
of the Assistant Scoutmasters arranged them attractively on one wall of
the Troop meeting place. More impressive than 50 or 60 ribbons hanging
on the troop flag. He created an impressive display of troop history.
Great Scoutwest El Paso Texas
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