Thursday, September 22, 2016

A Freshly Designed and Registered Tartan 68th Frost Hollow Group

The 68th Frost Hollow Group tartan has been included in the Scottish Register of Tartans at reference 11633.
A special thank you to WFIS President, Klaus Tegeder for his encouragement and Scottish Register of Tartans, Patricia Todd for all her guidance.



The 68th Frost Hollow Group tartan is a tribute to the ideals: education, conservation, tradition and spirit of adventure of this traditional scouting group. Colours: the greens represent the forests and fields of Frost Hollow valley; blue represents the stream where the scouts learn and play; pink is for Pennsylvania's state flower, the Mountain Laurel; brown is for Pennsylvania's state bird, the Ruffed Grouse; orange is for the fiery colour of the valley's Sugar Maples in the autumn and the glow of scout campfires.
Further details are available at www.tartanregister.gov.uk