Sarah Ford | May 23, 2012
New-member Recruitment Top Priority for New Boy Scouts CEO
This week, the Boy Scouts of America announced that Wayne Brock, its chief operating officer, will lead the 102-year-old organization. In an interview with The Chronicle, Mr. Brock said he would focus on increasing the group’s membership in the short time he has.
“The Boy Scouts is a tremendous organization, and we know it makes a difference in the lives of our kids,” said Mr. Brock, who was himself a Scout beginning at age 8. “We have a better nation because of the Boy Scouts.”
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