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  • 26th Jun 2014

The Official Logo of the Centennial Celebration

The coat of arms for the Philippine Scouting
Centennial bear three controlling elements:

Fleur-de-lis (trefoil)
The fleur is the general symbol of the Scout
Movement, embodied in the World Scout Emblem.
Each of the plum signify the three-fold duties of a
Scout – duty to others, duty to God and country, and
duty to self.

Vinta
The vinta depicts the origin of the Scouting Program
in the country, Zamboanga City, the very place where
the first Filipino Muslim troop was organized

Color Symbols of the Sectional Programs of the BSP
The sail afloat the vinta portray the five (5) sectional
programs of the BSP – KID, KAB, Boy, Senior and
Rover Scouting.