To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America the T'Kope Kwiskwis lodge has just released a new lodge flap commemorating this historic milestone. The patch is an eagle, the symbol of the 100th Anniversary and of the Boy Scouts of America, done in the Northern Formline of the Pacific Northwest Coast 1st Peoples.


The background color is kaki and was designed to match as close as possible the BSA uniform. The words, "100 years BSA", and "T'Kope Kwiskwis" are ghosted in this same color below the wings. There is also the "WWW" ghosted in black on the eagle's chest. With all of the lettering matching the background color, only the wing stretched eagle is easily seen.


The patch will be available at lodge events including the up coming April Ordeal at Camp Pigott April 9th-11th 2010. Happy Birthday BSA!