Re: Taking away Eagle for offenses committed after award
Ellen M. Rohr (erohr@JUNO.COM)
Sun, 11 Aug 1996 10:11:21 EDT
On Sat, 10 Aug 1996 22:46:52 -0400 Larry Heverley writes:
"There's an interesting concept...not to get too far afield..but if BSA
owns all badges and insignia, they could throw a real wrench into all
collectors worldwide and confiscate collections, including fairly rare
You are right they could through a real wrench into it for other reasons.
It is okay to swap articles and novelties of a local or regional nature.
But quite often people collect badges of office, rank, distinguished
service, training, performance, achievement, and distinction. It is a
violation of article X of the Rules and Regulations of the Boy Scouts of
America, forbidding the holding of these badges by any but the memebers
who have complied with the requirements of them.
I got this out of the Insignia Guide of the BSA.
Potawatomi Area Council
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City