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The Cyber Chip is almost two years old, but many still don’t know that it’s a requirement


for the Programming merit badge and the new Digital Technology badge. Check out scouting.org/ cyberchip.


in their council or surrounding councils should contact their local council. Each resident camp con- ducts an annual onsite assessment of the camp’s programs, staffing and facilities.


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The biannual Aquatics Seminar happens at Florida Sea Base Oct. 22-26, 2014,


Volunteers interested in helping with the National Camp Accreditation Program


so if you have any kind of aquat- ics interest or responsibility for an aquatics program, get the details at scouting.org/outdoorprogram under “Aquatics.”


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Reminder: In May 2014, Venturing will begin using the Scout Oath and Scout


Law instead of the Venturing Oath and Venturing Code. For Cub Scouts, the effective date is May 2015. Youth handbooks and leader aids related to the change will be forthcoming.


If you’re looking for BSA logos for unit websites or promotional materials,


you’ll find all of them conveniently located at bit.ly/bsamarketing.


AIR Flight Academy coming soon to the USS YORKTOWN.


FLIGHT ACADEMY Aviation In Residence (AIR) Experience on the USS YORKTOWN


Patriots Point will launch the Aviation in Residence (AIR) experience on the USS YORKTOWN Spring 2014. AIR blends collaborative learning with virtual game play and exciting aviation-inspired missions. It’s “FUN” in a high-tech setting, including simulators. AIR is a complete one-to three-day program, with meals and accommodations. And the best part? It’s aboard the historic aircraft carrier YORKTOWN on Charleston Harbor in South Carolina.


For more information, 843.971.5051, Email: FlightAcademy@PatriotsPoint.org and PatriotsPoint.org/FlightAcademy


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