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former Girl Scout who earned her Gold Award. If the person you ask is not interested, ask for sug- gestions. You will be amazed at whom you find.


Crew Advisor A.F. DAVENPORT, FLA.


THINK YOUNGER Recruit mothers of upcoming youth (boys in Cub Scouting and Boy Scouting and girls in Girl Scouting). Many mothers feel that as their child gets older, they need to be less involved in leader- ship. Look around, and I’m sure that you will see more females willing to provide leadership. They might just need to be asked to step up and participate, as many of us tend to feel that we are not necessarily welcomed in a mostly male organization.


Cubmaster M.C. SHELBY, N.C.


GO BACK TO SCHOOL Talk to outdoor groups or Alpha Phi Omega [a coed service fraternity] chapters at local universi- ties about volunteer opportunities. ¿


Troop Committee Member S.C. MEBANE, N.C.


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