For our upcoming COH, however, we allowed parents to sign up and pay on their own if they would like to receive the ribbon. I am having trouble deciding the most smooth way to present the ribbons as not every mom will have one…any thoughts or suggestions? Sure, their parents had a chance to sign up for the ribbons, but without knowing the specific reasons some chose not to get them, it is difficult to ensure that somebody is not going to feel like they are being excluded. The main purpose of the Court of Honor is to recognize the achievements of the youth. Making Mom glow with pride is a secondary effect. Perhaps you can hand out the ribbons after the COH closes.
Free shipping. Proudly display your scout's achievements on this handmade lanyard. The blue and yellow side represents his cub scout years; the olive and red, his boy scout years.