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TMR Scout Blue/Orange/Red Felt

by @ 5:30 pm on August 25, 2012. Tags:
Filed under Ten Mile River pre-1965, Uncategorized

I’ve written about the Ten Mile River Scout Program before.

Things began to change in 1938 when Alfred C. Nichols became the Director of TMR. A standard reservation‑wide program called the TMR Scout Award replaced individual borough awards and recognition programs.

This program was designed around four of the program areas offered at camp. A Scout would earn a basic Award, then awards in individual program areas. Each Scout had a record book where his progress towards each award could be measured; these books were issued with at least 3 different colored covers (tan, green. and blue) and with varying page counts. The booklet was entitled Ten Mile River Scout Symbol of Good Citizenship.

TMR Scout Blue/Orange/Red Felt

This one has three borders:
Aquatics Blue Waterbug
Craftsmanship Orange
Hiking Red

I’ve managed to collect a full set, but am looking for an upgrade to my two color Red/Orange Felt with Tab.

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