Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts
The Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts have a long history of using patches to recognize the accomplishments of their members. Scouts can earn patches for completing specific tasks or achieving certain milestones, such as earning merit badges or completing a high adventure activity. These patches are often displayed on a sash or vest, and serve as a visual representation of the scout’s achievements.
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