I'm trying to figure out how my district functions. I have been scouting in four different packs for five years, and I have yet to understand how a district is organized. Granted, I have not attended roundtables regularly for most of those years. If they are supposed to "help a unit succeed," where were they when my pack nearly disintegrated. As I recall, I lead the charge on year-round recruiting. (I'm a den leader.) We are up from 12 scouts to about 36 scouts in two years. (I would like to be at 48.) Any how, where are they? What should I expect from them? How do I get in touch with them? Are they just more interested in boy scouting than cub scouting? I suspect our district commissioner is having as much trouble staffing his committee as I am at staffing my little pack committee, so maybe he just doesn't have anyone to send my way.
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