Re: Class A Uniform
Jeff Claggett (jclagget@BELLSOUTH.NET)
Wed, 30 Jul 1997 15:53:01 -0400
On Wed, 30 Jul 1997, Branden Morris wrote:
> Not true. You wear one or the other. Check the Insignia Guide.
> >However, remember that the OA sash is only supposed to be worn at OA
> >functions, or when representing OA. It should not normally be worn at
> >courts of honor, etc.
> True. My rule of thumb is if I need to stop and think about it, I
> shouldn't. You typically primarily show your OA membership with the arrow
> ribbon, and/or lodge flap.
Check the OA handbook. It mentions Courts of Honor as a time when the
sash can be worn. 1993 Printing Page 60: "The sash is worn at Order of the
Arrow functions and special Scouting activities, including courts of honor
and on occasions when member need to be identified as Arrowmen rendering
> >There are relatively few occasions when both would be
> Actually, there are no occassions where both sashes should be worn together.
Here I will agree :)
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City