Becoming a registered leader in Cub Scouting is a great way to enrich the experience for you and your child! Because our leaders are parents/guardians of active kids in our Pack, we have a continuing need to add new leaders to replace those whose kids are moving on to Boy Scouts.
If you are interested, please "Contact Our Pack".
Cubmaster and Assistant Cubmaster
The Cubmaster is responsible for the Pack program. He/she leads the Pack meetings and supports the Den leaders.
Tiger Den Leader and Assistant Den Leader
The Tiger Den is for our new first grade scouts. A leader is needed to organize the Den and lead the scouts through the Bobcat and Tiger Rank achievements. Den leaders are trained in Youth Protection and Tiger Den Leader Specific training.
Parents are most involved at the Tiger Cub level. The child and a parent or guardian join the den together and attend all meetings and activities together.
It is also encouraged that each den also has the parent-child teams take turns running the activities and planning meetings with the Tiger Cub den leader.
The den has one meeting a month, at a designated facility, one "Go See It” activity (the den, as a group visits a community place of interest), and they attend the monthly pack meeting. Two-deep leadership is required at each den meeting and event.
Two-deep leadership consists of at least one trained leader and one other adult. Pack 3245 asks each Tiger parent to take Youth Protection Training as a first step in becoming familiar with Scouting.
Other Den Leaders and Assistant Den Leaders
The Den Leader is responsible for leading the boys in their den on their advancement trail to earning their rank. He/she organizes the meetings and provides guidance and leadership during these meetings, communicates awards and provides a monthly update to the Pack at our Pack meetings.
This critical "behind the scenes" position leads the Pack Committee. He/she organizes and leads a monthly meeting of Pack leadership and assists with various administrative functions to keep our Pack running smoothly.
Another "behind the scenes" position: this person is responsible for maintaining the Pack funds and keeping track of all Scout accounts.
This critical position leads our popcorn sale fundraiser. He/she attends training in August, organizes delivery and distribution of our product, and keeps track of sales.
Pack 3245 needs adult volunteers to lead specific events throughout the year. While this is shorter-term engagement, it is critical to fun and successful events! Events that need volunteer leaders include: Family Campouts (October& May), Blue & Gold Banquet (February), Pinewood Derby (January) to name a few.
We have a great team of leaders, but we can always use some outside perspective or unique/special skills. Do you have a wood shop? An interesting hobby or occupation? Do you just want a rewarding and fulfilling way to help make our Pack better?