The 64th Brandywine BPSA is a co-ed, inclusive scout group in southern Chester County, PA.
Their crest reflects both the location and mission of the organization. The outer shape of the logo is a keystone, reflecting Pennsylvania’s designation as the Keystone State. The winding river represents the meandering Brandywine Creek. The fonts selected are historical typefaces used in colonial documents. The pinecone and adult Eastern Hemlock tree (state tree of Pennsylvania) symbolize the growth of scouts from youth to adult.
Each BPSA group nationwide has a unique necker as a part of the scout uniform, and the 64th Brandywine uses green, blue and yellow on their necker.