1. Red Rocker Patch – Old School Design with the Fluer-de-lis and a classic unit 25 year strip incorporated.
2. Charter Oak Leaves on green background in the fall. I originally had an acorn where the Fleur-de-lis is to represent the 25 years of growth.
3. Hikers on the path
4. 25 Years Strong celebrates the anniversary River and shoreline are central with a canoe bearing “founded 1995”. floating down the river from a beginning toward a future yet to be…
5. The patch has mountains, birds, and the American flag.
6. The patch has a bridge over water.
7. Baden Powell Years, Connecticut draped in American flag
8. Two council mergers that formed CRC. Years
9. This patch applies the elements from the Council Shoulder Patch which is now being used. It has the American robin, the CT state bird, the Mountain Laurel, the CT state flower, the Connecticut River, and the American flag.
10. The river flows between the mountains, and a male and a female Scouts are canoeing on it.
11. The river flows, and the mountains are far behind. This classical design is to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Connecticut Rivers Council.
12. What does the big yellow triangle mean to you? A mountain that you go hiking in? A trophy for the 25th anniversary of Connecticut Rivers Council? Or the door of a tent when the whole patch is a tent itself, and that looks just like the tent you sleeps in when going camping.
13. The river is as colorful as the scouting activities. A male and a female Scouts are canoeing. (The edge is white.)
14. It is a scout hat in the grass. You can change the color of the hat to tan in case the hat doesn’t stand out enough.
15. This is a nature scene with a hiker, river, sun, moon, trees and represents Leave no Trace with a 25 for the anniversary.
16. This design represents our state, our country and the nature that lives in it. It also has a 25 for the anniversary.
17. Lower right is the Connecticut river. Left side contains an arrow in front of random shapes. Maybe 25 shapes for 25 years? No color choices made but river would be blue, trees green, hills brown or green. In the middle is the fleur-de-lis.
18. The patch has the scout crest in the middle with two American flags on either side showing how Scouts help to connect our free country.
19. Illustration of the Ct River with Scouts hiking etc
20. Ct River Shore with Oak Tree and Tobacco barn / house
21. Logo with Tent and Arrows
22. Patch with Eagle, Big Dipper, Night Sky
23. Patch with Scout imagery (Hikers, Compass, trees etc)
24. Connecticut River and hikers, tent & canoe.
25. Sailboats on Ct River, 1996-2021
26. Ct River Landscape
27. CT River Landscape with Anniversary Years
28. Using BSA branding colors on the scouts for national (red) blue (cubscouts) and brown (BSA Scouts). Hiking is one of my packs favorite outdoor activities.
29. Scouts BSA involves camping, water sports, leadership, and lots of learning outdoors. New England has a beautiful backdrop for these Scouting experiences. My patch design includes water, canoeing, mountains, sunset, tents, campfire, and Scouts enjoying the outdoors. This was inspired by one of our Troop highlight trips to Acadia, another highlight trip down the Connecticut River, and my annual week at summer camp. Happy 25th Anniversary!
30. has the state flower Mt. laurel, the state animal the sperm whale, the charter oak, the light house in New London, and the Connecticut river going to Hartford. They did note the whale tale breach would actually stick out above the patch and the right side would be water.