Camp Staff - Hahobas History - Hahobas BSA
The Hahobas Staff T-Shirt was identical to the camper's T-Shirts of 1974, with the addition of the word 'Staff' below he bear logo.
This same design was in use from the mid 1960's, through the late 1970's.
The well dressed Hahobas Staffer of 1974 wore a traditional dark green Explorer's uniform shirt, with green Boy Scout shorts, knee high socks with elastic garters and green tabs.
A yellow Hahobas Staff neckerchief with Hahobas neckerchief slide (Mt.Rainier Council) completed the uniform.
The staff jacket was the traditional red cotton BSA issue model, with the Hahobas Bear silkscreened on the left chest area.
This particular jacket was worn to Philmont in 1971, and was re-purposed as a staff jacket in 1974, when the bear logo was added.
Uniforms courtesy of John Ohlson, Troop 27, Fox Island.
This photo of the Camp staff from Summer 2015 was the last group to provide a summer camp program at Camp Hahobas.
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