Alice Butler (pabutler@PCLOGICONLINE.COM)
Tue, 5 Mar 1996 11:18:56 -0500
> A recent study found that 33 percent of men with incomes of
> more than $50,000 a year were former Boy Scouts, compared to
> 17 percent who were non-Scouts. What's more, the study
> found that the longer kids were exposed to scouting, the
> more successful they will be in later life, "We've always
> said we made a difference," says Richard W,. Walker, national
> spokesman for the Boy Scouts of America. "Now we have proof."
> The above story appears on page 18 of the current "WOMAN'S DAY" (3/12/96)
> and was brought to my attention by my wife, Maxine. As a mother of two
> Eagle Scouts and the chairman of the Twin Valley Council's Southern Trails
> District Eagle Scout Board of Review, she always like to see that we _DO_
> make a difference, too.
> Dexter R. Lovrien
> Austin, MN
> e-mail to: email@example.comI was glad to see this statistic in the magazin
e but I do have one question.
The statistic says 33% were scouts and 17 % were non-scouts. What about the
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