Stroud Water Research Center Seeking Activity Patch Designs For Boy, Girl Scouts And Youth Programs

The Stroud Water Research Center’s Education Department is now accepting proposed designs for an activity patch to be given to Boy and Girl Scouts and to others participating in the Center’s youth education programs.  The deadline for entries is September 30.

As a starting point in the creative process, contestants should review the mission and education programs offered by the Stroud Center.

Hand-drawn sketches, computer generated designs, and other types of artwork for the patch are accepted. Be creative and consider patch shape and multiple colors.

The Grand Prize Winner receives a daypack, a free hands-on program at Stroud Center in Chester County for their troop or group, and the artist will be credited with the design on our website and social media.

Top three designs will receive a daypack full of fun materials from the Stroud Center Winners will be announced mid-October.

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Submissions should be emailed to education specialist Jen Totora at:  Include your name, age, address, and troop or other youth organization in your email submission.

For more information on programs, initiatives and special events, visit the Stroud Water Research Center website, Click Here to become a Friend Of Stroud Research,  Like them on Facebook, Follow on Twitter, include them in your Circle on Google+ and visit their YouTube Channel.


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