Religious Emblems (online information)
Pack 75 has had individuals in various congregations/temples obtain their religion's emblems. Speak with your local rabbi, pastor, or minister. Click on this document "Religious Emblems" to see all of the denominations, program information and contact information in a readily printable format.
Special Note for Members of the Unitarian Universalist Association-- There has been confusion whether a UU Emblem was recognized by BSA. Despite past differences with the National Council of BSA in failing to recognize the UU "Religion in Life" emblem for Boy Scouts, UU congregations celebrate this achievement and award, and many local Boy Scout Councils and troops also celebrate this award. To fulfill the requirements for the Cub Scout Emblem (including the "faith" requirement for the Webelos badge,) there is an excellent program offered to 7 to 11 year-olds, and the requisite workbook Love and Help may be obtained from jamie Forbes, Director of Relgious Education at the Westport church. The following link also provides a brief explanation of the UU "Love and Health" emblem: http://www.uua.org/re/scouts.html Information provided by John Babyak 9/2006)
This "temporary" pocket patch can be worn on the right pocket flap, or sewn on the red "brag" vest after the BEAR has earned his "Whittling Chip" meaning that he has received appropriate safety instructions on the proper ways to handle, care for, and use a pocket knife.
Adventures in Reading (patch for brag vest) (See "Documents" on home page for form)
Service Stars awarded for each completed year of membership (to youth and adults)