Adults wear the uniform as described in your Association PO&R. and do
not wear the uniform of the youth members.
Youth members wear a red t-shirt and/or a red sweatshirt and a plain red
baseball cap. These items are available in most clothing stores for minimum
cost. We recommend that the t-shirt be used in summer and sweatshirt during fall
and winter. Badges are sewn directly onto these articles.
Badges are worn in the following places on the youth uniform (Adult badge
positions are shown in the PO&R).
WFIS Badge: Worn on the right breast.
Investiture Badge: Worn on the left breast.
Safety Badge: Worn on the left sleeve.
Paw Badges: Worn on the right sleeve.
Project Badge: Worn on the right sleeve below the Paw Badges.
Service Badge: Worn at the top of the right sleeve below Group Title Flash.
Group Title Flash: Worn at the top of the right sleeve along the seam.
Swimming Otter Badge: Is not worn on the Otter uniform. It is presented at
their Timber Wolf Investiture by Ahmeek, and is worn only on the Timber Wolf
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