The solution is simple: a single custom unit numeral patch! The Moritz Embroidery Works is proud to offer officially licensed custom unit numeral patches for Scouts. These official uniform pieces are BSA-approved for uniform wear and conform to all the current uniform and insignia standards.
Flat or apartment number, floor number and block number, if any. Name of the street or road or the name of the place or locality. The town and the country should be indicated in block capitals.
Holiday parties were right around the corner, and I needed a cover story. That said, my moments of chagrin are far outnumbered by the upsides of the job, which include windfall connections with grateful strangers. Will I be in the hills above El Cerrito with astounding views of the bay, but narrow roads, difficult parking, and lots of steps?
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See All Unit Numerals. For every uniform, there is someone that had to sew those unit numerals. Frankly, its hard to get them lined up right!
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Den Parents are vital to the Cub Scout dens, both in the role of home support and to help the den leader, but their sons are beginning to be more independent, and not every boy needs a parent at every meeting. The den consists of four to eight boys, a den leader and assistant den leader usually parents of some of the boysand often a den chief an older Boy Scout or Venturer who helps the den leader. They meet once a week at a regularly scheduled time and place, and they also attend the pack meeting with their families.