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**UPDATE 4/26/2022** Effective with the May 6, 2022 PIR 4 guests will be allowed.  Still must be fully vaccinated to attend.

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In the past, N4M families wore scarves in support of their new Sailors at PIR according to Division.  N4M member, Arwen, posted these colors for the 2/11 divisions.  

 

Div 063 - red

Div 064 -orange

Div 065 -yellow

Div 066 -green

Div 067 -light (sky) blue

Div 068 -navy blue

Div 069 -lavender

Div 070 -purple

Div 071 -pink

Div 072 -white

Div 073 -black

Div 074 -grey/silver

Div 804 -gold/tan

Div 912 -brown

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 Stace-I think that sounds pretty and creative.... this is your scarf.  We have moms who are putting names, pictures and stuff on their "yellow" scarves,,,.   We just want to stick out and be different so we can look around and spot all us "N4M's" , I mean not to many normal people would chose YELLOW  to wear. hahahahahaha

SO have fun with it!

Stace and mama- i totally agree! This is for you and your SR. So celebrate!! I am rethinking my scarf a bit too! My SR already knows I am silly, so I will just have to show her I haven't changed a bit! :)
I have noticed your ladies SR's are in Ship 09. I am new at this. If my son is in Ship 11 Div. 065 is the scarf simply yellow?
Yes all yellow, but u can add pixs, ur sr name, jewels if you want to dress it up! Its all up to you!
Sounds good...Amazing the support on here! You all are wonderful.
My daughter makes a snowman every year, so I thought I would make one with my PIR scarf on it. I think it will make her smile!
How cute!
Lexsmom, that is the cutest N4M-Snowman I've ever seen!--- looks like she's ready for BS!... just stick a gun in her twiggy-arms, lol!!
So I ordered a yellow plaid scarf with gold an tan mixed in. I hope it works, I kinda liked it. :)
I wasn't on planning to do a scarf because yellow wouldn't go with my outfit but I figured I could work it in haha, and navyformoms has helped me through a lot since my husband left so why not "represent" :)

Cin, glad you changed your mind! We will look awesome

yea! so glad that you changed your mind! You will look awesome!!!

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