New-member Recruitment Top Priority for New Boy Scouts CEO
By Sarah Ford on May 23, 2012
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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