Monday, March 24, 2008

BSA Ambassador patch

The BSA Ambassador position patch was introduced in August, 1999. The BSA Ambassador Emblem (a position patch) is worn on the left sleeve of Scouters who represent the BSA to OTHER youth-serving organizationsat the local Council level. Ambassadors represent the BSA movement to national organizations such as the PTA. Ambassadors can be utilized locally to provide this relationship between key chartered partners at the Council level. The position requires nomination.


Unknown said...

Any option to obtain this issue for a international display?

gilwellian said...

I'm also interested in this position patch, plastic back, fully embroidered background (I've already got a twill b/ground issue). If there's any chance, would you please contact me at Thanks in advance, YiS