Re: help identifying a trade
Jim Peterson (jpeterson@TZNET.COM)
Thu, 3 Oct 1996 09:26:22 -0600
At 04:19 PM 10/2/96 -0700, Brenda wrote:
>My son (a Scout) went to a Council Camp in Washington State this summer.
>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 metal button
>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 earned)?
What you have described is an Order Of The Arrow "Universal Ribbon". It is
worn ONLY by Order of the Arrow members, suspended from the button of the
right shirt pocket. Aside from being an OA member, there are no requirements
for "earning" this emblem.
Jim Peterson /\
Cubmaster, Pack 379, Auburndale, Wisconsin ("\/")
Advancement Chair, Troop 379, Blenker, Wisconsin ~''~
Cub Roundtable Staff, Ojibwa District, Samoset Council
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