Ray Dillard has made a special cent elongate honoring the Order of the Arrow, the Boy Scouts of America honor camper society.
He created it for a National Order of the Arrow Conference that took place in late July on the Michigan State University campus in East Lansing, Mich.
In the photo: Ray Dillard and George Cuhaj met at the National Order of the Arrow Conference in East Lansing, Mich., where Dillard introduced a special cent elongate. It is available in four-piece sets of cent, nickel, dime and quarter elongates, as well as giveaway cents.
Dillard made four-piece sets of cent, nickel, dime and quarter elongates, in addition to the giveaway cents.
To get the four-piece set, send $2.50 to Dillard at P.O. Box 161, Fenton, MI 48430. For just the cent, send 50 cents. It is suggested to order quickly, as supplies are limited.
The Order of the Arrow was founded by Dr. E. Urner Goodman and Carroll A. Edson in 1915 and currently has about 176,000 members. Its purpose is to promote camping and recognize those campers who best exemplify the Boy Scout oath and law in their daily lives.