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Eleven-year-old Timothy Hwang of Troop 408 carries the U.S. flag in the Chinese Lunar Parade in Cupertino, Calif., in March. William B. McMorris's article detailing how the Chinese-, Japanese-, and Vietnamese-American communities in the San Jose, Calif., area are using the Scouting program begins on page 24.

In the September 2006 Issue

Riding for Insight And Understanding
The Ventura County Council's 12-Point Bike Ride lets Scouts and family members learn more about the Scout Law's meaning and gain a deeper appreciation of different religious faiths.
Connecting Cultures Through Scouting
Asian-Americans in California use Scouting to maintain ties to treasured traditions while helping newcomers become part of U.S. society.
Boys With Autism Can Thrive in Scouting With Help
Scout leaders need parents' assistance in working with boys whose behavior is affected by any of the neurobiological conditions known as autism spectrum disorders.
A Focus on Preparedness
The Baltimore Area Council teams up with the Red Cross and other emergency organizations for a mega-camporee to heighten awareness for disaster readiness.
Charting the Road to Tomorrow
The BSA's National Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., introduces a new five-year plan that provides local councils with strategies and tools to bring a better Scouting program to more eligible youth.

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