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Uniform Patch placement

Advent Source (You can order uniforms here)

The Pathfinder uniform is the most visible item of the Pathfinder program. It's is worn to help
provide the consciousness of belonging to a real international organization that
stands for noble ideals and represents the Seventh-day Adventist youth of today.
It proudly proclaims, 'I belong'! Pathfinders come from all backgrounds, but when
they are in uniform, all differences are wiped out...They are Pathfinders.

The Pathfinder uniform can stimulate loyalty, build morale, and club spirit.
Each insignia on the uniform has a special meaning, therefore proper placement
and attachment is important.

There are three classes of Pathfinder uniforms, they are outlined below.

The Collegedale Pathfinder uniform consists of
black pants with a khaki shirt.

Class A Uniform

Full Dress Uniform: black pants, khaki shirt, black Pathfinder belt, black sash with any honors earned, scarf and slide, black shoes and socks. It is to be worn to all formal functions such as inspections, Pathfinder Sabbath, Induction, Investiture and Camporee, etc.


Class B Uniform

Dress Uniform: black pants, khaki shirt, black Pathfinder belt and black shoes and socks. It is to be worn for less formal functions.

Class C or Field Uniform

Field Uniform: consists of the club T-shirt with jeans or modest shorts. It is to be worn at club work bees, Jamboree, campouts, Camporees, or any function where Class A or B is not worn.


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