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After 100 Years, Are The Boy Scouts Still Relevant?

February 8th, 2010 02:41 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

February 8 marks the centennial of Boy Scouts in America. At a time when shows like ‘Man Vs Wild’ and ‘Survivorman’ are experiencing immense popularity, wouldn’t it make sense that they’d see a surge in enrollment? But Boy Scouts, in many ways, are a struggling organization with membership plummeting annually.

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