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I refuse to join any club that would have me as a member. – Groucho Marx
Types of clubs vary in design, purpose, function, and level of formality. The earliest ones are informal and naturally occur when two or more children engage in routine play. I suppose some psych type person out there will say the earliest club is the one formed between a mother and or father and a newborn.
Some clubs of youth include Boy Scouts, Girl Guides and various other themes and are ‘joined’ by the participating person. In school there are clubs to join or not depending on your wish or desire.
There are other clubs no one wants to join but we find membership when circumstances outside our control force us into them. Stepping into membership is a foreign experience and it takes a bit of time and consideration to figure it out. It isn’t…
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