By Boy Scouts of America
Feb 11, 2015

Scoutmaster’s Minute: The Neckerchief

slingYou new Scouts probably learned tonight that our troop neckerchief has other uses besides looking good and showing our troop’s colors. You found that it can be used in first aid, too.

Over the next few months, you’ll find that the neckerchief has other uses, too. There’s one use, though, that you may not think of – and that’s to remind you of the Scout Oath.

The neckerchief is a triangle, and its’ three corners should remind you of something you recently learned – our Scout NeckerchiefOath. The Oath, you remember, has three corners, too – duty to God and country, duty to others and duty to self. From now on, every time you put on your neckerchief, it should remind you of the things you pledge each time you repeat the Scout Oath.

Scoutmaster's Minute
Author: Scoutmaster’s Minutes | SCOUT 4 SEP 86

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