- The fleur-de-lis symbolizes the fact the a Scout can always
point himself to the best direction in life.
- The three upper petals of the fleur-de-lis stand for the three
points to the Scout Oath: Duty to God and Country, Duty to
Others, and Duty to Self.
- The two stars stand for truth and knowledge.
The Eagle stands for the freedom of the United States.
- The shield on the Eagle represents a Scout's readiness to
defend that freedom.
- The scroll is the smile on a Scout's face as he does a good turn.
- The knot reminds a Scout to "Do a Good Turn Daily".
369 follows the BSA guidelines for clipart usage.
As long as it is for Scouting, does not include photos or
unit descriptive (i.e. Venturing Crew 369), and
you are more than welcome to use the clipart.
369 has tried extremely hard to only put up images
that are in the Scouting "public" domain. If one not in the "public"
domain has accidentally made it into our collection we can
not be held responsible or liable.
Use at your own risk!
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