The AY Honors Manual was revised (International Version).
The 1st South Mexican Union Pathfinder Camporee (in the picture) was held in XXXXXX.
The film "Pathfinder Strong" was produced in English, French and Spanish.
The Pathfinder Honor Poster was made available in three languages: English, French and Spanish.
The Pathfinder Leadership Award Curriculum (PLA) and the Pathfinder Instructors Award Curriculum (PIA) were produced.
The following honors were added:
Adventurers for Christ (regular and advanced), Maple Sugar (regular and advanced), Marine Mammals, Origami, Physics.
The Adventurer Program was officially accepted around the world. The Adventurer classes (Busy Bee, Sunbeam and Helping Hand) were revised.
The Adventurer Logo and Emblem were approved.
The following Adventurer Awards were added:
Artist, Astronomer, Basket Maker, Bible I & II, Build & Fly (originally Kites), Camper, Carpenter, Caring Friend (originally Disciple), Collector, Cooking Fun, Feather Friends (originally Birds), First Aid Helper, Fitness Fun (originally Gymnast I), Flowers, Friend of Animals, Friend of Jesus, Friend of Nature, Gardener, Geologist, Guide, Gymnast, Handicraft, Health Specialist, Homecraft, Home Helper, Hygiene, Media Critic, Music Maker, Outdoor Explorer (originally Hiking Fun), Road Safety, Reporter, Sewing Fun, Skater, Skier, Spotter, Swimmer I, Swimmer II, Temperance, Trees, Troubadour, Wise Steward.
The North-American Division Pathfinder Camporee, Friendship, was held at Mount Union, Pennsylvania, August 7 to 12. Ron Stretter was the Director.