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Name That Council
Two chances to win didn’t make Friday’s Name That Council contest twice as easy. Only 42 people correctly guessed at least one of the two mystery council patches.
This is "Patch A" This is "Patch B" I know, I know. I’m sorry. With all the nasty weather last week, all hopes of a Name That Council contest kinda
Just three clues adorn this patch, and one of them (the fleur-de-lis) isn’t much help for those of you hoping to Name That Council. So you had to focus on that biplane,
The fleur-de-lis, an old-school plane, and some sort of insect. That’s it for clues for this week’s Name That Council. On Wednesday I asked you if you like tough
I’m having a dilemma. I can’t decide whether it’s good or bad when there aren’t very many correct answers for an edition of Name That Council. On the
Take a trip down this valley and tell us the name of the council that wears the patch seen above. We've removed all of the words (except "BSA"), leaving behind
For a patch with plenty of visual clues on it, this one sure was tough. That's because the Pioneer Valley Council no longer exists. In June of 2008, the council merged
You better be ready for a challenge if you hope to name the council that wore this patch. That's right, wore. The council in question no longer exists because it merged
When you think of Florida, you think of amusement parks, space shuttles, and Florida orange juice (but not snow). So when you saw a patch with two of those three
Friday's Name That Council took you on a cruise down historic Route 66, but how many of you knew which council featured the highway on its shoulder strip? Fifty-one of
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