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Effective Jan. 1, 1995, eight- and nine-year-old children, as well as ten- and eleven-year-old children, participate in Achievement Days. Scouting programs continue to be the Achievement Days activity for boys in areas where the Scouting program is used. (See My Achievement Days booklet, [35317] for further information. [Also, the same ages of children] participate in the Gospel in Action program. Children should be oriented to Gospel in Action when they turn eight years old.

The Blazer Briefing and the Merrie Miss Memorandum are no longer held. Orientation is held individually.- Primary Handbook Supplement, June 1995

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