Exactly. Some may only do cub scouts and not go into Boy Scouts because of sports, etc. but want to do cub scouts still.
My den (as a youth) had around 12 people and we had 3 troops we could’ve chose. (1 as a pack feeder then 2 in another town right next to us). My whole den picked the one Troop. There’s only 2 of us left out of the 12. Most of them got involved in other youth groups (religious ones), sports, etc.
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“I could not help feeling how splendid it would be if one could only train [girls] in peace time in the same way one trained the young soldiers—that is, through Scoutcraft.
I afterwards took to training boys in that way, but I had not been long at it before the girls came along, and offered to do the very thing I had hoped for, they wanted to take up Scouting also.” - Robert Baden-Powell
Excerpt From: Girl Scouts of the United States of America. “Scouting For Girls, Official Handbook of the Girl Scouts.” 1919