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    I am hoping someone can help me. We just finished the fall product. Our orders were all ordered online. I only have to pick up one order that was ordered and paid for online. What paperwork, if any, do I need to turn in? So much has changed this year and I am completely lost! I have asked the product leader, I kinda heard back, but she said she would make sure and I havent heard back. I called the council twice, havent heard back. I am lost. I am hoping someone may have an answer to my dilemma. Dd has gone Juliette this year. Much easier. But I am just lost about this product paperwork!
    And another question...can dd out patches from state parks and national parks on her vest? We picked them up this year for the fun of it, but I am not sure they are allowed on there so I havent sewn them on.
    Ill; check the info again to see if I missed something.
    Im flummoxed today...sigh!

    Did I really put an "i" in scouts?? How do I fix that?
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    Our troop doesn't do any product sales (*GASP*), so I can't help there, but I can tell you that we put whatever patches and pins we want on the backs of our uniforms. I mean, they have to be appropriate, obviously. And they can't go on the front, as that is for official badges and awards only. But my daughter has plenty of patches from places like Germany, Canada, museums, etc. on the back of hers, in addition to the official GS "fun patches" that we sometimes buy.

    We do what we want.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deli76 View Post
    Did I really put an "i" in scouts?? How do I fix that?
    I fixed it for you.
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    Good to know. Now We can put those things on there! lol Since dd has been a Julliette or IRG (irg doesnt sit well with me), shes been able to do quite a bit.

    Thanks for the correction! lol
    Bobo 13 yrs old - marches to the beat of her own drum, driven, out going and loud, yet she loves nature
    Booger Boy 21 yrs old - quiet, self assured, confident and laying his own path

    umbers cucumbers!!!!

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