Re: declining membership
Jim Hermann (jhermann@AIS.NET)
Mon, 20 Mar 1995 13:56:08 -0700
> Several possibilities come to mind.
> 1. that "around 4 million" counts only the youth served by the program rather
> than youth+adults. That brings it around 4 million youth served during the fa
> 94 and spring 95.
> If the trend I see continues, I am really exicited about growth prospects for
> the next few years. The high water mark each year seems to be a little higher
> than the year before and although it may be too optimistic, I believe the
> possiblity exists for us to top 6 million by 2000 AD (youth + adults), maybe t
> optimistic, but a goal definitely worth setting for ourselves.
Are you including Learning for Life members in your figures?
What is the trend if we just look at Boy Scouts, not Cub Scouts,
not Explorer Scouts, not Learning for Life "Scouts", and not
adult Scouters? After all, the problems with the BSA Boy Scout
Program are not shared by these other programs.
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