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The following article appears in the October 2003 issue of

Look Out! Here One Comes
By Darrin Scheid
Staff Writer

  Scouter Richard Newman of Boca Raton, Fla., is trying to put a Science and Technology Center in every state—mostly at Scout camps—and he wants to keep all of them free to the public.

“This is a hobby that keeps getting bigger all the time,” he says.

    Newman’s biggest project this year was the Science and Technology Center that opened in April at the Seminole Scout Camp in Davie, Fla. In May, a smaller version opened in Pembroke Pines, Fla., at a middle-school campus.

    One of the biggest hits at the Davie camp is the world’s first electric car. It was donated by Florida Atlantic University’s school of engineering and refurbished by High-Tech Productions, which Newman owns.  

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There is never an admission fee or cover charge
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Although some of the Science Centers are located at Scout Camps,
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