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Pinewood Derby App? Yep!


When it comes to pinewood derbies, there’s an app for that, just like for about everything else these days. AppCore LLC, an official licensee of the Boy


Scouts of America, has created the Pinewood Derby game for the iPad and iPhone. The app, which debuted in December, allows


Scouters to help Cub and Webelos Scouts test their car-building skills just as they would in real life. Boys can learn basic physics by customizing their cars with a variety of wheel dimensions, weight distribution options, axle types, wheel types, and body styles. Quick-race and tourna- ment-play modes give them feedback on what makes a car go fast. And the more a driver wins, the more features he can unlock. Find the new app by searching for “pinewood derby” at the App Store on your iOS device.


MARK YOUR CALENDAR Fam Trip


Looking for a summer experience that will engage and delight every member of the family? The Philmont Training Center is just the place. While volunteers and professional Scouters


tune up the latest leadership techniques, family members of any age will enjoy exciting educa- tional programs during the training session. Fees include conference and program materi-


als, meals, and lodging. Conference participant, $470; spouses, $340; children ages 14-20, $285; ages 6-13, $225; ages 5 and under, $180; Mountain Trek, $345; NAYLE, $355. See the schedule and get more info at philmontscoutranch.org/ptc; send questions to trainingcenter@philmontscoutranch.org.


JANUARY•FEBRUARY 2011 ¿ S COUTING 7


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