akmanty at sbcglobal.net
Wed Feb 27 14:37:43 EST 2008
Foremost, don't loose those people we now have!
Many groups. are striving to get more members, including churches,
"bring in the young". Well, I know several older folks that are
attending less frequently partly because of all the new
changes. Overall, total membership seems to be declining in many
areas. The number of home gardens is way low, from many years
ago. Except for the up and coming community gardens, that seem to
draw minorities, as Hmong, where we live.
In the 60's PTA meetings had a "full house". As I
approached retirement, principal, teachers, and maybe a handful of
The number of small farms is declining, in favor of a few
huge operations. Is it possible there just isn't the number of new
interested people available and with all the books, magazines, and
"googling" on the Internet to get information. There is so much more
out there vying for our time and attention. A job, TV, children,
VCR, DVDs, the library, and especially when retired, volunteer, volunteer.
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