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Long-Range Property Planning



Membership Research Task Group

Task Group Charge:


  • Camp properties and other council facilities should meet the following benchmarks:
  • Support the Girl Scout Leadership Experience through the national program portfolio.
  •  Balance customer satisfaction with an acceptable business model
  • Be well used
  • Be within the council’s ability to fund and maintain safe, functional and attractive sites and facilities that support the Girl Scout image and brand while enabling our girls to have a fun, positive experience.

 The Membership Research Task Group is one of three task groups that will take the first steps toward the development of a new Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Long Range Property Plan (LRPP). These task groups are:

·        Property Research Task Group

·        Program Research Task Group

·        Membership Research Task Group

 Each task group will gather the needed data and complete their assigned tasks in their area of expertise for the development of a final LRPP. Task force chairs from the Property, Program and Membership Research task groups will present their respective task group summary reports to the LRPP Task Group and be a part of that task group.


The Membership Research Task Group will be composed of 5 to 7 volunteers and staff with professional or volunteer expertise in fields related to Girl Scout mission delivery. They will be charged with completing their key tasks by ______TBD___. The volunteer chair to the Membership Research Task Group will then serve on the Long Range Property Plan Task Group.

 Key Tasks:

  1.  Examine membership and jurisdictional demographics in relation to our camp properties.
  2.  Identify key constituent groups/collaborations.
  3. Gather current user characteristics and preferences.
  4. Identify needs and interests of membership. What are the needs and criteria of our girls and adults that determine whether they would attend a camp?
  5. Identify council and community issues associated with our camp properties.
  6. Evaluate constituent awareness, use and opinion of camp programs and facilities.
  7. Identify time and money issues related to camp usage.
  8. Report on transportation patterns, time/distance perception
  9. Gather membership amenity demands, expectations and perceptions.
  10. Identify excess and/or obsolete sites and facilities for program delivery.
  11. Prepare summary report. Based on membership data alone, identify which sites and facilities support and/or should be renovated to support the national program portfolio and deliver a quality outdoor program experience. Present final reports to the council’s Executive Team and board of directors for review and comment.



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