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Soldiers, Airmen and Family members of the North Carolina National Guard may receive audiobooks on CD from an Audio Lending Library at no cost.

Please go check out the www.ngb.3leafgroup.com to set up your own account for more details about this exciting offer.  
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​Please see information below concerning two different camps at the same location. Joint is open to all reserve component teens whereas AFR/ANG is solely Air Guard and Air Reserve. Both camps have a similiar schedule and educational goals. Please see information below:

1. Joint Reserve Component Teeen Leadership Summitt is July 6-11, 2014 (Application Deadline is 15 May 14). Now in its fifth year, the Joint Reserve Component Teen Leadership Summit is a week-long camp for 14-18 year old dependent teens of current Army, Air, Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard reserve (including National Guard) family members. Teens will focus on leadership development and self-confidence, learn about programs and serices available to Air Force dependents, and build an appreciation for and sense of belonging to the geographically separated military community.

TO APPLY: Teens must visit and comlete an application with essays atwww.georgia4h.org/jointreservesummit .

2. Air Force Reserve/Air National Guard Teen Leadership Summit is July 20-25, 2014 (Application Deadline is 31 May 2014). This is a week-long camp for 14-18 year old dependent teens of current Air Force Reserve or Air National Guard military members. Teens will focus on leadership development and self-confidence, learn about programs and servies available to AF dependents, and build an appreication for and sense of belonging to the AF community.

TO APPLY: Teens must visit and complete an application with essays at www.georgia4h.org/afrangteenssummit.

Also adult volunteers are needed to support the camping program and arrive one day before the teens. Adult volunteers will supervise the teens in cabins and complete the Georgia 4-H screening process while having fun with the teens in the camp programming. Like teen participants, most costs ar centrally supported. Information and application packsages for adults are located at the same websites.

For more information, please contact Casey Mull or Marilyn Huff-Waller at milcamps@uga.edu or COMM 706-542-4444.

  

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The military team at tutor.com worked with our awesome tutors to create a booklet of fun summer activities that challenge students to use math, science and English in new and different ways, like building a space station, writing their own anthologies and more! We have also created a “Math Fitness Challenge” with a weekly math problem to tackle. These fun summer activities can be done by the students alone, with their siblings, friends and parents. Or they can be used as a “rainy day activity” in summer camps or other group settings.
 
You can find these activities as well as information about MWR Library’s Summer Reading Program at www.tutor.com/military/brainfit.