Published: Fri, October 13, 2017
Global | By Shelia Dennis

Do you approve of Boy Scouts allowing girls into certain programs?

Do you approve of Boy Scouts allowing girls into certain programs?

In Central Ohio, that will mean Boy Scout dens - which are the smallest group and broken up by grade-level - will be separated by gender.

"Those dens can then do things as a pack", he said.

Jeff Moe serves as the Scout Executive of Simon Kenton Council, which covers central and southern Ohio. "She said the group collected input from families over the summer and, on Wednesday, its directors unanimously voted to allow the expansion".

"Our pack meetings are created to be family affairs", Moe says. "We've been serving the entire family for a long time".

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For years, the organization has received requests that it admit girls to its ranks. She went on to say: "Furthermore, it is inherently dishonest to claim to be a single gender organization while simultaneously endeavoring upon a co-ed model".

Hyland said she does support families who choose to sign their girls up for the Boy Scouts, but she hopes people see the value in what the Girl Scouts have built for more than 100 years. This inclusive, all-girl space empowers them to take the lead in all aspects of their lives.

I will do my best to be Honest and Fair, Friendly and Helpful, Considerate and Caring, Courageous and Strong, and Responsible for what I say and do, And to respect myself and others, respect authority, use resources wisely, make the world a better place, and be a sister to every Girl Scout.

As The Two-Way reported in August, the Boy Scouts had for months been "exploring the benefits of bringing Scouting to every member of the family - boys and girls", according to spokeswoman Effie Delimarkos. Boy Scout leaders say the change was needed to provide more options for parents.

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"Girl Scouts is, and will remain, the scouting program that truly benefits US girls by providing a safe space for them to learn and lead", the Girl Scouts said in a statement.

"There are no plans to change our name at this time", spokesman Effie Delimarkos said in an email. But enrollment is top of mind for both organizations.

The Boy Scouts of America, founded in 1910 for boys and their male leaders, focuses on promoting responsibility through an array of outdoor activities and educational opportunities. The Girl Scouts' highest designation is the Gold Award, which young women can achieve by organizing a large community event or completing a substantial philanthropic effort. "And now as a result of these investments, we're seeing a turnaround and our decline is slowing". Girl Scouts officials have suggested the move was driven partly by financial problems and a need to boost revenue. From a peak of over 5 million members in the 1970's there are now under two and a half million boys in scouting.

"She loves outdoors and she was jealous when I went to summer camp and all the stuff that I learned", he said.

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