MR JOHN A SEVERINO (HBDP31A@PRODIGY.COM)
Wed, 15 Oct 1997 20:25:16 -0500
Briefly, the Bronze Pelican is a Diocesan Award and the
criteria/requirements are set by each respective Diocesan Catholic
Committee on Scouting. Los Angeles, for example, uses a combination
of tenure, training, and assisting Scouts in earning the awards. The
Bronze Pelican is a neck pendant. The nomination/application form is
The Saint George Emblem is awarded by the National Catholic Committee
on Scouting (NCCS) upon recommendation by the respective Diocesan CCS.
The Saint George is also a neck pendant. The nomincation form has
a national stock (bin?) number. Superlative sustained performance
usually at the Diocesan level would be a good way to get noticed.
For Catholic Scouters, the Adult Religious Square Knot may be worn by
St. George recipients only.
Your Diocesan Awards Chair should shed more light on these
Sounds like your wife is well on her way. Please let me know how it
God Bless and YIS,
John A. Severino
Chaiman, Catholic Committee on Scouting
Archdiocese of Los Angeles
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