24th Kitchener Crest Vote
Each registered youth and Scouter can vote once for one crest. Younger members may need the assistance of an adult but it is important that the vote reflects the preference of the member. Don't forget to click "Submit" at the bottom of the page to submit your vote.
Some things you should know before you vote...

-The actual crest will be embroidered and used on our uniforms.
-The size and shape is specified by Scouts Canada to fit appropriately on our uniforms.
-The size will be 3 1/2" wide x 1 1/2" high
-Red, Green & Gold are the colours of the 24th Kitchener necker
-Purple and White are the World Scouting colours
-The format of the "24" is to tie in the existing crest design.
-The main purpose of the crest is to identify our youth as members of the 24th Kitchener and replace the previous 3 separate badges ("2", "4", "Kitchener")
-The "fleur-de-lis" is actually a "North Point".
Baden-Powell himself took the idea from the 'North Point' used on maps for orienteering them with North. Lady Baden-Powell said later, "It shows the true way to go."
So, the emblem helps to remind Scouts to be as true and reliable as a compass in keeping to their Scouting ideals and showing others the way.
In Scouting, we take the three tips of the emblem to represent the three main points of the Scout Promise.
These designs, shapes and colours are concepts and the final result may require some modifications by the manufacturer to ensure a quality product.
Please Vote for your favourite crest design
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