The COVID-19 pandemic called for us to wear face coverings to help slow the spread of the deadly virus. Soon, people — including Scouters — added their personal touches to their new life-saving accessories.
We asked Scouters to share photos of their Scouting-themed face coverings. Below are a few that we received.
While we look back on face coverings we wore, remember to follow the COVID-19 guidelines for your area for Scouting events and check the CDC’s current guidelines.
Using Scout fabric
Caleb Horn’s wife made this face covering for him. He’s with Pack 84 in Colorado Springs, Colo.
Family face coverings
The Heather family of Troop 514 in La Grande, Ore., got hand-sewn masks from a Scouter with fabric found on Etsy.
A den leader in Pack 4001 of Ballston Spa, N.Y., made this face covering for Cubmaster Scott Kelly.
Gail Schaper of Crew 10 in Tallahassee, Fla., shared this photo of her custom Venturing face covering.
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