Re: BALOO recognitions
> Dave asked: What have other people done for recognition (for BALOOtrained leaders)?
Our course last fall gave out the wallet training recogniztion cards,
BALOO pins, and a t-shirt. The t-shirt was Navy blue with Baloo and
the test "BALOO Trained" in the pocket area.
We thought a t-shirt was a good idea since this would be something
that they could use as a Class B uniform, and would promote the
The problem is that the t-shirt costs more than a patch.
Yours in Scouting,
SA T-142, CS RTC, UC
Eagle/3, OA/B, AOL
"I used to be a fox, ..."
Registered in, but not speaking for, the Greater Alabama Council
- Dave et al.,
At our Pow-Wow in November there was a participant with a
BALOO patch that was really neat looking. (That's all I remember
about the patch.) I do believe the patch was issued by the
Northern New Jersey Council. One of our 'pro' scouters was going to
look into it but I don't know if she ever did. If we don't have
any NNJ council people on this list I could drop her a message to
see if she followed through.
> My name is Dave Pilkey. I am from the Klahaya District, Mt. Baker
> Council, in Washington State.
> We held our first BALOO training last May and had a pretty successful
> one. We had about 20 participants. For recognition, we gave out
> certificates of completion. What have other people done for
> recognition? I don't think BSA puts out any patches - although I
> think they should. Have any of you used your own cutom patches? If so,
> what did they look like? Any other ideas? Pins....hats....???