Over my 49 years as an Arrowman, I have seen all of the 'infractions' discussed here many, many times. I will admit that I do winch when seeing someone wear the sash incorrectly, but over the years i have learned to let it go. I will, if one of my Scouts wears the sash to a troop rather than OA function, remind him that we only wear it when representing OA. At an OA event, I will only mention sash wear to a fellow Arrowman if it is something like a new member wearing it over the left shoulder, and even then, quietly and as an aside.
As several folks here, I also have more than one sash, although only one is still worn. One of the problems with being around so long is that the sash I received at my Vigil ceremony 46 years ago no longer goes all the way around me. However, if it was still properly sized, I would have no problem wearing it, stains and all.
Sounds like a Tenderfoot to First Class camp.
As @Thunderbird stated, there is no need to wait until May to work on Totin' Chip. I would much prefer seeing new Scouts do this in a troop setting, where they are given the individual attention needed. When done at camp it is hard to give each Scout more than a few minutes. I went down to observe some of our Scouts in the TTFC program at camp this summer, and that is what they were doing while I was there. A minute to a minute and a half each, and one boy (from a different unit) who just missed putting an ax in his leg several times, and they were all told they were good to go.
For new units. Most packs are simply adding girls as there is no minimum (since you already have a charter agreement for the Pack); however, it sounds like their council is still referring to a 5 girl minimum.