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Stretch your mind with Florida Sea Base Winter Conferences in January,


including “Venturing: The NEW Vision,” “BSA’s Formula for Growth” and more. Find registra- tion info at scouting.org/training.


Unit leaders, remember that Cyber Chip is a requirement in the new Programming


merit badge and the upcoming


Check out Chief Scout Executive Wayne Brock’s blog at bsachief.com for insight and


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


Digital Technology badge, so if your Scouts haven’t earned it yet, now’s the time to encourage them. Visit scouting.org/cyberchip.


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Speaking of badges, the BSA still needs volunteers to help develop the Signs,


Signals and Codes badge set for 2014. If you’ve got skills in Morse code, American Sign Language, Braille and other nonverbal com- munications, contact Janice Downey at Janice.Downey@ scouting.org.


The new membership policy for youth takes effect on Jan. 1, 2014. Learn more at


AIR Flight Academy coming soon to 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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