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The 100 – A Year of Celebration


Join the celebration of the Denver Area Council’s 100th Anniversary by participating in "The 100 - A Year of Celebration" special patch awards program. There are six ribbons, each based on core values of the Boy Scouts of America: one for Outdoors, Service, Reverent, Citizenship, Achievement, and Leadership. Each ribbon has different requirements. You must complete at least one item in each category to earn that ribbon. You may want to complete all the requirements, but only one is needed to qualify for the ribbon. Ribbons may be earned as of January 1, 2013 through December 31, 2013. Patches and ribbons are available for purchase in the Council Service Center while supplies last.

Outdoors

  • Attend an outing or camp experience at a Denver Area Council camp or facility including Day Camp, Magness Adventure Camp, Peaceful Valley Scout Ranch, or Tahosa High Adventure Base

Service

  • Must complete 6 hours of service and report for Journey to Excellence
  • Adopt a School (Visit www.bsaadoptaschool.org for details)

Reverent

  • Earn a religious knot
  • Attend a religious function in Scout uniform during February
  • Have your Troop Chaplain Aide conduct Scouts own service

Citizenship

  • Brief city/county government, school board, religious organization or chartered partner on Scouting
  • Participate in a Memorial Day, Patriot’s Day or Veteran’s Day event
  • Hold a reunion of your pack, troop or crew, team or post

Achievement

  • Advance a rank
  • Earn a Palm
  • Earn five or more belt loops, pins or merit badges
  • Adult Volunteers: attend two training events at the District or Council level

Leadership

  • Attend an Introduction to Troop Leader Training, Den Chief, or Big Horn
  • Become a Cub Scout Denner or Assistant Denner
  • Attend Venturing youth leadership training or Powderhorn
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