Here is what we had a recent information table:

Views: 212

Reply to This

Replies to This Discussion

Here are some badge displays from other groups:

Here is what we put together for 31st River Valley.

Ooooh! What's that you did with the chipmunk badges using six/den patches? 

Love it, David! Looks awesome. Did you guys make your rainbow flag? That would be a great inclusivity activity

David Coronado said:

Here is what we put together for 31st River Valley.

I wrote Chipmunk on the triangles.  A real Chipmunk made a timberwolf and some water for the otter to swim below their badge.

Celeste Neiser said:

Ooooh! What's that you did with the chipmunk badges using six/den patches? 

We did not make the pride flag ourselves. It was loaned to us by my ex in-laws for this event. It is on a short pole for display on a house, so we lashed it to another pole to make up the height difference.

Oh, okay. Haha. I thought you'd turned them into some kind of badge system for them. I should have looked at it more like a Common Core puzzle. ;o)

William Carter said:

I wrote Chipmunk on the triangles.  A real Chipmunk made a timberwolf and some water for the otter to swim below their badge.

Celeste Neiser said:

Ooooh! What's that you did with the chipmunk badges using six/den patches? 

No matter how you do it, making one of these goes a LONG way to showing prospective parents that we are a serious scouting organization. Set one of these up at a back-to-school event or picnic and have a signup sheet next to it. Then, afterward, email those folks and invite them to a presentation about the BPSA and show them our overview presentation PDF projected onto a screen.  :)

Attachments:

Wonderful display! Thanks for sharing, everyone.

Here is round one of Jane Pathfinder, still a work in progress.... she will have achieved not only her George Washington, but also the Bushman's thong.and she still needs her all-inclusive and TYA patches...just a rough draft.  Yes, I will fix her rope. *blush* Learn as we go...

Nancy, that is so fun! What a good idea! 


Nancy Muller said:

Wonderful display! Thanks for sharing, everyone.

Here is round one of Jane Pathfinder, still a work in progress.... she will have achieved not only her George Washington, but also the Bushman's thong.and she still needs her all-inclusive and TYA patches...just a rough draft.  Yes, I will fix her rope. *blush* Learn as we go...

More nice looking display examples:

We did it! First public event in the books. We weren't actively signing anyone up, because we need leaders. So we made that clear, passed out a bunch of flyers, did activities with kids, and people browsed the books, equipment, etc...it was a lot of fun! 

Reply to Discussion

RSS

Welcome to the BPSA Base Camp

Networking site for BPSA members & staff, plus anyone else interested in growing our coed, inclusive, traditional scouting program in the United States.

Latest Activity

Profile IconCarl E Neidhart, Hunter Crandall and Richard Seymour joined Baden-Powell Service Association Trailhead
Thursday

Nat'l Staff
Jeff Kopp replied to Clayton Smith's discussion US Flag patch or emblem
Thursday

Nat'l Staff
William Carter replied to William Carter's discussion Otter Planning Notes in the group Otters
"I was hoping we could assemble all of our planning materials into one document:  Ideas you use for badgework, ceremonies, stories, songs, games, and even schedules.  We could even paste in example forms you use at the end of the…"
Thursday

Nat'l Staff
Jeff Kopp updated their profile
Wednesday
Keith Bedwell Jr. posted a discussion

Jamboree On The Air (JOTA)

Being an amateur radio operator (HAM), it came to my attention that there's a yearly international event that encourages scouts around the world to reach out over the airwaves to connect to one another, even if so briefly.I noticed that WFIS even…See More
Wednesday
Robert McKay added 2 discussions to the group Pathfinders
Wednesday
Robert McKay joined Jeff Kopp's group
Thumbnail

Pathfinders

Program ideas, sharing and leaders roundtable discussions for BPSA Pathfinders.See More
Wednesday
Christopher Sedlmeyer might attend Ethan Jewett's event
Thumbnail

Oregon BTC at Oxbow Regional Park

September 29, 2017 at 9am to October 1, 2017 at 1pm
Named after the very first scout camp on England's Brownsea Island, Brownsea Training Camp (BTC) is the basic leader/Rover scout training for the Baden-Powell Service Association. When you attend a BTC weekend, you will come away with important…See More
Tuesday

Videos

  • Add Videos
  • View All

Birthdays

Badge

Loading…

© 2017   Created by Jeffrey Kaye.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service