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Old 02-04-2004, 03:59 PM
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Originally posted by sageofages
I suggest contacting the national office of the ABC organization and talking to them.

While title to Phi Mu badges is technically signed over to Phi Mu at initiation, Phi Mu honors all requests to keep a badge in a family. When a badge is returned to the EO, it is kept for many many years, in case a legacy in a family occurs who would like to have a particular badge. Perhaps that is the case as well with your GLO.

Good luck and let us know what you decide in protecting that wonderful treasure in your family.

Wow, well said, Pam! And also GtownGirl98 -- sage advice from these ladies.

I'm really glad you're trying to do the "right" thing here. I wish more people realized how important their GLO memorabilia is.
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