Khaki, Beltloops and a rummage find
Jan Mussler (mussler@SPOT.COLORADO.EDU)
Fri, 22 Nov 1996 17:19:28 -0700
Khaki - hope the women's shirts have long tails! If not, I'll buy the
Beltloops - Our Pack hasn't (yet) made official policies for beltloops,
but right now we are honoring activities other than Pack ones. Since we
have few Pack activities that would quality anyway, we get to give out a
few more beltloops. In my den, I require the boy to read the pamphlet to
qualify and have his parent's ok, just to be fair. It is actually more
than the boys have to do at daycamp.
Rummage find - We had a Cub Scout shirt dropped off at the church clothes
closet of some earlier vintage. It has a red award, I believe to be a
Lion Badge and a bronze colored Bobcat pin. It is not the cotton/poly
material we have now, but a heavier cotton duck or lightweight denim type
material. It looks brand new. It had a Wolf neckerchief in the pocket
which is very similar to current ones but probably 100% cotton, not a
blend. Can anyone date my find and, should I remove the patches and use
the shirt and neckerchief in the Uniform Bank or does it have other value?
Pack Program - Could the list give me some ideas of what your yearly Cub
Program consists of? How many activities per month, what types of
activities? We have yet to plan a Program beyond the next month and seem
at present stuck on parades.
Jan Mussler, Bear DL, Pack 170, Nederland, CO
Arapahoe District, Longs Peak Council
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