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    Posted: October/19/11 at 1:27pm
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WE are trying to get a sense of what other Chapters are allowing for patches on vests.  We have the Widows Sons patch on the back with Quebec and Grand Chapter rockers above and below.  On the front we ahve the original Widows Sons small patch and the Square and Compass on the left breast.  We have a motion for our next meeting:  to put a square and compass patch on the back left shoulder, a personal name patch on the front and a Canadain flag on the back bottom.  Any thoughts or best practises to share? 
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We have our top and bottom rocker, center WS patch, and a square and compass on the left shoulder.  Other than that, we allow anything that is not offensive or profane.  I have a second square and compass on my right shoulder, my name, officer, and chapter founder name patch on the left front, on the right my charter member patch and a small WS patch. 
 
I also have a rally patch on the bottom of the back of my vest.
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In Alberta, we have the three piece and the square and compass on the back. On the front, officers'tag if applicable, canadian flag, past masters' patch and a memorial patch if desired. Nothing else allowed on the outside of the vest, patch wise. Trying to keep it clean cut.
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Martin:  Thank you for the information.  What does your memorial patch cover?  Is it when a member of your Grand chapter has passed on?
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When I first inquired into the WS, I was informed that the back belongs to the WS and the front belongs to me, so long as I don't put anything on that I wouldn't wear into open lodge. That appealled to me.
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That also works, especially in your chapters.
I was just saying what we do, not opining what everyone should do.

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