2970Re: Emblems found at Queen's Park
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The third emblem is the Badge of the Clan Ross - http://barney.gonzaga.edu/~jmullen/SelkirkCelts/PipeMjr.htm
Google gave several sites for AWBA - one of them being American Wheelchair Bowling Association, and RCIA came up with
Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults, a Catholic organization but it was only one site of 138,000 (which I didn't
bother looking at).
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Sent: Thursday, August 05, 2004 9:31 PM
Subject: Emblems found at Queen's Park
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> We came across three emblems/symbols on markers today we haven't seen before
> and wonder if anyone can explain them to us.
> First one is a five pointed star, with a pair of clasped hands in the
> middle, and the initials RCIA on four of the five points.
> Another is a circle with a maple leaf in the middle with initials AW on the
> left side of the maple leaf and BA on the right side of the maple leaf.
> Third is a circle, in the middle is a hand holding a laurel wreath, and the
> words SPEM SUCCESSUS ALIT around inside in the circle. Two objects appear
> to be dangling off the circle, perhaps a treble clef and the other not
> recognizable. I wonder if this might be a family crest.
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