2016 JOTA Patch Design Voting — Now
You’ll recall that last year the patches weren’t available until right before the JOTA weekend. We’re going to avoid that this year by setting the design early so that manufacturing is complete in plenty of time.
The BSA National Radio Scouting Committee reviewed a number of options and selected the best of the best with three finalists. Voting closes on January 31.
2015 Patches Still Available – See the Archive
The 2015 JOTA patches are still available if you need them for your collection. It’s BSA Supply Order Number 622541. Order Online.
You can see the full patch archive dating back to 1983 at JOTA Patch Archive.
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