Re: Arrow of Light Record
Craig Huff (huff@EIWS.ESID.NORTHGRUM.COM)
Tue, 18 Feb 1997 12:50:47 CST
As far as verifying whether you earned the AOL, you should try and go
back to your old Pack and/or the Council to see if their advancement
records show it. They may not go back that far or be that well kept.
If you can find any record of your registration number as a Cub Scout,
such as an old registration card, it may be helpful if you must resort
to the BSA headquarters. I've never had to deal with old history like
this, but can imagine that it would take some doing.
On the other part of your question, yes, there is an Arrow of Light
knot for wear on adult uniforms. It can be seen with a web browser
such as Netscape or Internet Explorer at:
If you don't have that capability, it is on khaki background with a
yellow bordering rectangle. The half of the knot cords with the ends
on the wearer's right is red and the other half (with the loop coming
over the ends of the red loop) is green.
On Tue, 18 Feb 1997 10:50:00 -0500 Mark R. Vereb wrote:
> This may seem like a silly question to ask, but....
> How can/do I find out if/when I received my Arrow of Light?
> into adult leadership positions (see where I'm heading?). If I'm
> not mistaken, isn't there a square knot to be worn for earning the
> Arrow of Light? I think it might make more of an impression if I
> could show them that, even though this is my first year as CM, I
> can wear a knot because of something I did two and a half decades
> ago (it will be the only one I can wear right now). Problem is, I
> Any advice would be appreciated....
> Thanks in advance,
> Mark Vereb Red meat is NOT bad for you.
> Cubmaster Now blue-green meat,
> Pack 1156 THAT'S bad for you!
> Mark_Vereb@occshost.nlm.nih.gov - Tommy Smothers
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