1. Grand Circus Parade.
Troops received 8 points for first place, 5 points for second and 3 points
The second Panjandrum was held at the Central Fire Station on Saturday, February 11, 1928, where all the troops in San Angelo participated in contests.
The third Panjandrum was held on a Thursday afternoon, February 14, 1929, at the Log Cabin Village. Contests were held in stilt walking, sack racing, candle carrying, and numerous other events of fun and laughter.
On Friday night, February 7, 1930, the spirit of the old Panjandrum was still around. However, by now, it was called an "annual anniversary week Boy Scout rally." The events held at the rally were Firemen's carry, first aid, making fire by friction, making fire by flint and steel and knot tying.
Webster's Seventh New Collegiate Dictionary, published by G. & C. Merriam Company, defines "panjandrum" as "a powerful personage or pretentious official." We do not know why this name was selected for the Anniversary Week competitions, but thename was used for three years for this event.
There is evidence that the ter "Panjandrum" was used in other councils for their events Shown below is a 1939 Souvenir Program Panjandrum used in the Del-Mar-Va Council. Apparently the name was in use for at least 12 years in Scouting in more than one council.