Re: help identifying a trade
James F. Van Hecke Jr. (jvanhecke@LANL.GOV)
Thu, 3 Oct 1996 07:57:13 -0600
It sounds like the small device, worn on the right shirt
pocket, to indicate membership in the Order of the Arrow. It
didn't require anything other than having become a member of
the Order of the Arrow.
At 04:19 PM 10/2/96 -0700, you wrote:
>My son (a Scout) went to a Council Camp in Washington State
>While there, he did a bit of trading. One of the things he
got is a
>mystery to me....Can someone identify it?
> It is a loop of red/white ribbon, about 2" long, with a
>loop at the top and a small pewter-colored arrow at the bottom.
> Any ideas what this might be 9and how it might have been
>1st Wellington Scout Group Committee
>3rd Wellington Guide Company
James F. Van Hecke, Jr.
Human Resource Information Systems
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Los Alamos, NM 87545
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