Central New Jersey Council woodbadge patch
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Wood Badge Participant Patch
Central New Jersey Council woodbadge staff patch
Central New Jersey Council
Wood Badge Staff Patch
Central New Jersey Council 2004 Wood Badge Patch
Central New Jersey Council
2004 Wood Badge Dine-In Patch
Central New Jersey Council 2006 Wood Badge staff patch
Central New Jersey Council
2006 Wood Badge Dine-In Patch
Central New Jersey Council Eagle Scout Patch
Central New Jersey Council
2006 Wood Badge Patch
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Central New Jersey Council
Lord Baden-Powell Dine-In Patch
Central New Jersey Council 2006 Wood Badge staff patch
Central New Jersey Council
2006 Wood Badge Dine-In Patch
 
Central New Jersey Council 2006 Wood Badge staff patch
Central New Jersey Council
2006 Wood Badge Patch
Central New Jersey Council Eagle Scout Patch
Central New Jersey Council
2013 Wood Badge Dine-In Patch

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Wood Badge Patches
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From: Wikipedia
"Wood Badge is a Scouting leadership program and the related award for adult leaders in the programs of Scout associations throughout the world. Wood Badge courses aim to make Scouters better leaders by teaching advanced leadership skills, and by creating a bond and commitment to the Scout movement. Courses generally have a combined classroom and practical outdoors-based phase followed by a Wood Badge ticket, also known as the project phase. By "working the ticket", participants put their newly gained experience into practice to attain ticket goals aiding the Scouting movement. The first Wood Badge training was organized by Francis "Skipper" Gidney and lectured at by Robert Baden-Powell and others at Gilwell Park (United Kingdom) in September 1919. Wood Badge training has since spread across the world with international variations.

 
On completion of the course, participants are awarded the Wood Badge beads to recognize significant achievement in leadership and direct service to young people. The pair of small wooden beads, one on each end of a leather thong (string), is worn around the neck as part of the Scout uniform. The beads are presented together with a taupe neckerchief bearing a tartan patch of the Maclaren clan, honoring William de Bois Maclaren, who donated the funding to purchase Gilwell Park in 1919. The neckerchief with the braided leather woggle (neckerchief slide) denotes the membership of the 1st Gilwell Scout Group or Gilwell Troop 1. Recipients of the Wood Badge are known as Wood Badgers or Gilwellians".

 

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Miscellaneous Issues Row 1, columns 1,2,3

Bdr R/C Bkg Name FDL Year Comment
BLK   R   RED BLK GLD no date csp
SMY R RED BLK GLD no date csp
RED R GRN WHT none 2004 square
BLK R BRN BRN none 2006 round
BLK R RED BLK GLD 2006 oval
GRN R BRN BLK GRN 2007 oval
BLK C YEL BLK none 2009 xshape
BRN R YEL BLK GLD 2009 rectangle
RED R GRN BLK none 2013 round