Re: Scottish Scout Uniform
hilding holroyd (hilding@BLUESTONE.COM)
Thu, 12 Sep 1996 10:34:27 -0400
On Wed, 11 Sep 1996, W. B. Thornton wrote:
> > There is a registered BSA tartan, which could be ordered and made into
> > a kilt. Likewise a generic Scout tartan exists. I believe that this one
> > was developed originally by the Scottish Scout Association for use by
> > Scouts who were otherwise not entitled to wear the tartan of any clan.
> I wasn't familiar with this. Does anyone know what the tartan is?
> W. B. Thornton Russell Springs, KY
> ASM, Troop 241; Kawida Lodge #480
> Promise Keeper's Ambassador/Trainer
I would be interested in knowing about this tartan also, even though I just
ordered a kilt in Maclaren tartan.
Think my wife would let me order 2 kilts?
Not very likely.
Hilding W. Holroyd Advancement Chairman
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