Academy of Model Aeronautics Announces Partnership With Children’s Home Society In Palm Bay

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The Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) announced a partnership with the Children’s Home Society of Florida in Palm Bay to promote STEM education through model aviation to disadvantaged youth.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) announced a partnership with the Children’s Home Society of Florida in Palm Bay to promote STEM education through model aviation to disadvantaged youth.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

• Sunday, March 12: Children from the Children’s Home Society of Florida will attend “March Madness” with the Florida Modelers Association where they will observe model aviation first-hand and learn more about the hobby.

• Sunday, March 19: The children will return to the Florida Modelers Association where they will learn to build a model aircraft of their own.

During these events, the kids will become AMA members with full benefits, free of charge.

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Founded in 1936, the AMA serves as the nation’s collective voice for approximately 200,000 model aircraft and drone hobbyists across the United States.

Throughout its history, AMA has been dedicated to promoting STEM education through hands-on activities, technology, and the joy of model aviation, which can turn into a lifelong hobby.

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