I think it is a good idea for different areas to begin young hams group, I started the Central Texas Young Hams group, along with some friend, and I think that in each region we need to have a young hams group, helping to grow the youth community of hams. We are the future of ham radio, and when I am 69 I still want to have buddies to ragchew with..
Tips are starting a Young Hams Group:
Make a message board & Webpage and link them together ( I would be happy to offer any webmastering skills I can) you can see the work of my message board for the central texas young hams group here: http://centexyounghams.proboards3.com
and the Central Texas Young Hams Group website here: http://urlcut.com
( You can get a free account from www.qsl.net
, and download free software for FTP uploads from that site, and then all you need is a text editor ( I am not sure which in windows it is, notepad or wordpad, but you can save documents at HTML.. if yo need HTML help I can give you some, but I am not an HTML genius, on a Mac you can use simple text.) if you have Dreamweaver or Frontpage, those will work too... I will also be happy to do the work in frontpage, and email you the HTML files..
I know that is in depth, but websites are important, because they help spread the word of new groups and such.. the second thing is to start inviting people to join the group, and when you start getting members in your area you can start having informal meets on the local 2 meter repeaters, more or less you own little roundtable.. of course, continue to invite people to join you, and you will see things grow over time.. and never give up..
Yeah I know I said a lot here, and went in depth... I wish you all a best of luck in getting a group started..