CubSouts

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Cubmaster

Position is currently held by Ryan Eardley.

Qualifications:

• Is at least 21 years old.
• Registered as an adult leader of the BSA.
• Should be a leader who is able to communicate well with adults as well as boys. • Should be able to delegate responsibilities and set a good example through behavior, attitude, and uniform. Preferably a member of the chartered organization.

Cubmaster's responsibilities are to:

• Complete Cubmaster Fast Start training and leader position-specific training. Attend monthly roundtables.
• Plan and help carry out the Cub Scout program in the pack according to the policies of the BSA. This includes leading the monthly pack meeting, with the help of other leaders.
• With the pack committee, develop and execute a year-round recruitment plan for recruiting boys into Cub Scouting.
• Know about and use the appropriate and available literature, including the Den & Pack Meeting Resource Guide, the Webelos Leader Guide, and this resource.
• See that the pack program, leaders, and Cub Scouts positively reflect the interests and objectives of the chartered organization and the BSA.
• Work with the pack committee on program ideas, selecting and recruiting adult leaders, and establishing a budget plan.
• Guide and support den leaders. See that they receive the required training for their positions.
• Help organize and encourage graduation into a Boy Scout troop by establishing and maintaining good relationships with Boy Scout troops.
• Maintain good relationships with parents and guardians. Seek their support and include them in activities.
• See that Cub Scouts receive a quality, year-round program filled with fun and activities that qualify the dens and pack for the National Summertime Pack Award.
• See that the responsibilities specified for the assistant Cubmaster are carried out.
• Help the pack committee chair conduct the annual pack program planning conference and the monthly pack leaders’ meetings.
• Work as a team with the pack committee chair to cultivate, educate, and motivate all pack leaders and parents or guardians in Cub Scouting.
• Take part in the charter review meeting and annual charter presentation ceremony.
• Request den chiefs for all Cub Scout dens and, after selection, see that they are trained. Recognize the den chiefs at pack meetings.
• Conduct impressive advancement, recognition, and graduation ceremonies. For Webelos ceremonies, involve Scoutmasters and other Boy Scout leaders.
• Meet with the unit commissioner, Webelos den leader, and Scoutmaster to establish plans for the Webelos Scouts’ transition to Boy Scouting.
• Encourage high advancement standards from all Cub Scouts.
• Help bring families together at joint activities for Webelos dens (or packs) and Boy Scout troops.
• Support the policies of the BSA.

Asst. Cubmaster

Position is available.

Qualifications: • Is at least 21 years old. • Able to replace the Cubmaster’s position in case of an emergency. • Is registered as an adult leader of the BSA. • The assistant Cubmaster is recommended by the Cubmaster, approved by the pack committee and chartered organization,

An assistant Cubmaster’s responsibilities (as designated by the Cubmaster) are to:
• Help the Cubmaster as needed. Be ready to fill in for the Cubmaster, if necessary.
• Complete Cubmaster Fast Start training and position-specific Basic Leader Training. Attend monthly roundtables.
• Participate in pack meetings.
• Supervise den chiefs and see that they are trained.
• Conduct the monthly den chief planning meeting for all den leaders, assistant den leaders, and den chiefs to plan and coordinate weekly den meetings and pack meeting participation.
• Work with neighborhood troops that supply den chiefs and into which Webelos Scouts may graduate.
• Along with the pack committee, develop and promote an ongoing plan for recruiting new boys.
• Along with the Cubmaster and pack committee, assist with pack re-registration.
• Help with pack activities, such as dinners, derbies, bike safety workshops, and service projects.
• Along with the pack committee, coordinate outings to see that the pack and dens qualify for the National Summertime Pack Award.
• Participate in the annual pack program planning conference and pack leaders’ meetings.
• Support the policies of the BSA.

Webelos II Den Leader

Position is currently held by Brian Fittipaldi.

Qualifications:
• Is at least 21 years old.
• Subscribes to the Declaration of Religious Principle
• Agrees to abide by the Scout Oath or Promise and the Scout Law.
• Possesses the moral, educational, and emotional qualities that the Boy Scouts of America deems necessary to afford positive leadership to youth.
• Should be interested in and enjoy working with boys and able to work with adults.
• May be a parent or guardian of one of the boys in the den.
• Recommended by the Cubmaster after consultation with parents or guardians of the Webelos Scouts involved, and approved by the pack committee and chartered organization.
• Registered as an adult leader of the BSA.

The Webelos Den Leader's responsibilities are to:
• Give leadership to planning and carrying out a year-round program of activities for the Webelos den to achieve the purposes of Cub Scouting.
• Complete Webelos den leader Fast Start Training, position-specific Basic Leader Training, and Outdoor Leader Skills for Webelos Leaders.
• Attend monthly roundtables.
• Lead the den in its participation at the monthly pack meetings.
• Help establish a close working relationship with the assistant Webelos den leader and Webelos den chief, functioning with them as a den leadership team.
• Work in harmony with other den and pack leaders.
• Help the Cubmaster and pack committee recruit new Webelos Scouts.
• Help train the Webelos den chief and guide him in working with Webelos Scouts. Attend Den Chief Training with him.
See that he receives recognition for his efforts at den and pack meetings.
• Attend the monthly den chief planning meeting for den leaders, assistant den leaders, and den chiefs.
• With the assistant Webelos den leader, meet with the Webelos den chief, and let him help plan Webelos den meetings and activities. Give him meaningful assignments.
• Provide worthwhile tasks for the Webelos denner so that he can assume some responsibility and gain satisfaction from his efforts.
• Use Boys' Life and Scouting magazines and the Webelos Leader Guide as resources for program ideas and information.
• Instill Scouting spirit and moral values through personal example, ceremonies, and meaningful activities such as service projects.
• Promote the religious emblems program.
• Collect den dues and turn them in to the pack treasurer at the pack leaders' meeting. Keep accurate records of den dues and attendance.
• Encourage Webelos Scouts to advance. Maintain high advancement standards. Keep accurate advancement records and see that the boys are promptly recognized for their achievements.
• With the help of the Cubmaster, pack committee, and unit commissioner, determine one or more neighborhood Boy Scout troops into which Webelos Scouts may be graduated, and establish a good working relationship with those troops.
• Try to graduate every Webelos Scout into a troop.
• Work with the Scoutmaster and assistant Scoutmaster to plan and conduct meaningful joint activities.
• Work with the Cubmaster to see that impressive graduation ceremonies are conducted in the pack. Invite the Scoutmaster and troop leaders to take part.
• Ask qualified people, including adult family members, to serve as activity badge counselors.
• Encourage parents or guardians of Webelos Scouts to help plan and carry out overnight campouts and other outdoor activities.
• Work with the troop assistant Scoutmaster or Scoutmaster to arrange for the loan of troop equipment for joint Webelos den-troop activities.
• Help the den and the pack earn the National Summertime Pack Award.
• Have a plan to ensure that a leader is available for all Webelos den meetings and activities. Call on the assistant Webelos den leader to fill in, as needed.
• Participate in the annual pack program planning conference and the monthly pack leaders' meetings.
• Keep the Cubmaster and pack committee informed on the status and needs of the Webelos den.
• Support the policies of the BSA.

Asst. Webelos II Den Leader

Position is available.

Qualifications:
• Is at least 21 years old.
• Should be an experienced leader
• May be a parent or guardian of a boy in the den.
• Recommended by the Cubmaster after consultation with the parents and guardians of the Cub Scouts involved, and approved by the pack committee and chartered organization.
• Registered as an adult leader of BSA.

The Asst. Webelos II Den Leader's responsibilities are to:
• Work directly with the Webelos II Den Leader to ensure that their den is an active and successful part of the Pack.
• Help plan, prepare for, and conduct Den meetings with the Den Leader.
• Guide the Webelos II Scouts as they work towards their badges.
• Attend the Pack leaders' meetings.
• Help lead the Den at the monthly Pack activity.

Webelos I Den Leader

Position is currently held by Diana Gary.

Qualifications:
• Is at least 21 years old.
• Subscribes to the Declaration of Religious Principle
• Agrees to abide by the Scout Oath or Promise and the Scout Law.
• Possesses the moral, educational, and emotional qualities that the Boy Scouts of America deems necessary to afford positive leadership to youth.
• Should be interested in and enjoy working with boys and able to work with adults.
• May be a parent or guardian of one of the boys in the den.
• Recommended by the Cubmaster after consultation with parents or guardians of the Webelos Scouts involved, and approved by the pack committee and chartered organization.
• Registered as an adult leader of the BSA.

The Webelos Den Leader's responsibilities are to:
• Give leadership to planning and carrying out a year-round program of activities for the Webelos den to achieve the purposes of Cub Scouting.
• Complete Webelos den leader Fast Start Training, position-specific Basic Leader Training, and Outdoor Leader Skills for Webelos Leaders.
• Attend monthly roundtables.
• Lead the den in its participation at the monthly pack meetings.
• Help establish a close working relationship with the assistant Webelos den leader and Webelos den chief, functioning with them as a den leadership team.
• Work in harmony with other den and pack leaders.
• Help the Cubmaster and pack committee recruit new Webelos Scouts.
• Help train the Webelos den chief and guide him in working with Webelos Scouts. Attend Den Chief Training with him.
See that he receives recognition for his efforts at den and pack meetings.
• Attend the monthly den chief planning meeting for den leaders, assistant den leaders, and den chiefs.
• With the assistant Webelos den leader, meet with the Webelos den chief, and let him help plan Webelos den meetings and activities. Give him meaningful assignments.
• Provide worthwhile tasks for the Webelos denner so that he can assume some responsibility and gain satisfaction from his efforts.
• Use Boys' Life and Scouting magazines and the Webelos Leader Guide as resources for program ideas and information.
• Instill Scouting spirit and moral values through personal example, ceremonies, and meaningful activities such as service projects.
• Promote the religious emblems program.
• Collect den dues and turn them in to the pack treasurer at the pack leaders' meeting. Keep accurate records of den dues and attendance.
• Encourage Webelos Scouts to advance. Maintain high advancement standards. Keep accurate advancement records and see that the boys are promptly recognized for their achievements.
• With the help of the Cubmaster, pack committee, and unit commissioner, determine one or more neighborhood Boy Scout troops into which Webelos Scouts may be graduated, and establish a good working relationship with those troops.
• Try to graduate every Webelos Scout into a troop.
• Work with the Scoutmaster and assistant Scoutmaster to plan and conduct meaningful joint activities.
• Work with the Cubmaster to see that impressive graduation ceremonies are conducted in the pack. Invite the Scoutmaster and troop leaders to take part.
• Ask qualified people, including adult family members, to serve as activity badge counselors.
• Encourage parents or guardians of Webelos Scouts to help plan and carry out overnight campouts and other outdoor activities.
• Work with the troop assistant Scoutmaster or Scoutmaster to arrange for the loan of troop equipment for joint Webelos den-troop activities.
• Help the den and the pack earn the National Summertime Pack Award.
• Have a plan to ensure that a leader is available for all Webelos den meetings and activities. Call on the assistant Webelos den leader to fill in, as needed.
• Participate in the annual pack program planning conference and the monthly pack leaders' meetings.
• Keep the Cubmaster and pack committee informed on the status and needs of the Webelos den.
• Support the policies of the BSA.

Asst. Webelos I Den Leader

Position is available.

Qualifications:
• Is at least 21 years old.
• Should be an experienced leader
• May be a parent or guardian of a boy in the den.
• Recommended by the Cubmaster after consultation with the parents and guardians of the Cub Scouts involved, and approved by the pack committee and chartered organization.
• Registered as an adult leader of BSA.

The Asst. Webelos I Den Leader's responsibilities are to:
• Work directly with the Webelos I Den Leader to ensure that their den is an active and successful part of the Pack.
• Help plan, prepare for, and conduct Den meetings with the Den Leader.
• Guide the Webelos I Scouts as they work towards their badges.
• Attend the Pack leaders' meetings.
• Help lead the Den at the monthly Pack activity.

Bear Den Leader

Position is currently held by Melissa Eardley.

Qualifications:
• Is at least 21 years old.
• Should be an experienced leader
• May be a parent or guardian of a boy in the den.
• Recommended by the Cubmaster after consultation with the parents and guardians of the Cub Scouts involved, and approved by the pack committee and chartered organization.
• Registered as an adult leader of BSA.

The Bear Den Leader's responsibilities are to:
• Work directly with other Den and Pack Leaders to ensure that their den is an active and successful part of the Pack.
• Plan, prepare for, and conduct Den meetings possibly with an assistant Den Leader or den chief.
• Guide the Bear Cub Scouts as they work towards their Bear badge.
• Attend the Pack leaders' meetings.
• Lead the Den at the monthly Pack activity.

Asst. Bear Den Leader

Position is available.

Qualifications:
• Is at least 21 years old.
• Should be an experienced leader
• May be a parent or guardian of a boy in the den.
• Recommended by the Cubmaster after consultation with the parents and guardians of the Cub Scouts involved, and approved by the pack committee and chartered organization.
• Registered as an adult leader of BSA.

The Asst. Bear Den Leader's responsibilities are to:
• Work directly with the Bear Den Leader to ensure that their den is an active and successful part of the Pack.
• Help plan, prepare for, and conduct Den meetings with the Den Leader.
• Guide the Bear Cub Scouts as they work towards their Bear badge.
• Attend the Pack leaders' meetings.
• Help lead the Den at the monthly Pack activity.

Wolf Den Leader

Position is currently held by Rhonda Kohler.

Qualifications:
• Is at least 21 years old.
• Should be an experienced leader
• May be a parent or guardian of a boy in the den.
• Recommended by the Cubmaster after consultation with the parents and guardians of the Cub Scouts involved, and approved by the pack committee and chartered organization.
• Registered as an adult leader of BSA.

The Wolf Den Leader's responsibilities are to:
• Work directly with other Den and Pack Leaders to ensure that their den is an active and successful part of the Pack.
• Plan, prepare for, and conduct Den meetings possibly with an assistant Den Leader or den chief.
• Guide the Wolf Cub Scouts as they work towards their Wolf badge.
• Attend the Pack leaders' meetings.
• Lead the Den at the monthly Pack activity.

Asst. Wolf Den Leader

Position is available.

Qualifications:
• Is at least 21 years old.
• Should be an experienced leader
• May be a parent or guardian of a boy in the den.
• Recommended by the Cubmaster after consultation with the parents and guardians of the Cub Scouts involved, and approved by the pack committee and chartered organization.

The Asst. Wolf Den Leader's responsibilities are to:
• Work directly with the Wolf Den Leader to ensure that their den is an active and successful part of the Pack.
• Help plan, prepare for, and conduct Den meetings with the Den Leader.
• Guide the Wolf Cub Scouts as they work towards their Wolf badge.
• Attend the Pack leaders' meetings.
• Help lead the Den at the monthly Pack activity.

Tiger Den Leader

Position is currently held by Melissa Eardley.

Qualifications:
• Is at least 21 years old.
• Should be an experienced leader
• May be a parent or guardian of a boy in the den.
• Recommended by the Cubmaster after consultation with the parents and guardians of the Cub Scouts.

The Tiger Den Leader's responsibilities are to:
• Work directly with other den and Pack leaders to ensure that their den is an active and successful part of the Pack.
• Coordinate shared leadership among the Tiger Cub adult partners, ensuring that all adult partners help plan, conduct, and prepare for den meetings and Go See It outings on a rotating basis and that the Den activities provide advancement opportunities for the boys in the den, towards their Tiger badge.
• Attend Pack leaders' meetings.
• Lead the den at the monthly Pack activity.
• Ensure the transition of Tiger Cubs into a Wolf den at the end of the year.

Asst. Tiger Den Leader

Position is currently held by Heather Greife.

Qualifications:
• Is at least 21 years old.
• Should be an experienced leader
• May be a parent or guardian of a boy in the den.
• Recommended by the Cubmaster after consultation with the parents and guardians of the Cub Scouts.

The Asst. Tiger Den Leader's responsibilities are to:
• Work directly with the Tiger Den Leader to ensure that their den is an active and successful part of the Pack.
• Help plan, prepare for, and conduct Den meetings with the Den Leader.
• Guide Tiger Cub Scouts as they work towards their Tiger badge.
• Attend the Pack leaders' meetings.
• Help lead the Den at the monthly Pack activity.

Committee Chair

Position is currently held by Crystal Hutton.

Qualifications
• Is at least 21 years old.
• Is selected by the chartered organization
• Registered as an adult leader of the BSA.

The Pack Committee Chair's job is to:
• Maintain a close relationship with the chartered organization representative and the chartered organization to cultivate harmonious relations and maintain communications.
• Confer with the Cubmaster on policy matters relating to Cub Scouting and the chartered organization.
• Supervise pack committee operation by Calling and presiding at pack leaders' meetings.
• Assigning duties to committee members.
• Planning for pack charter review, roundup, and re-registration.
• Approving bills before payment by the pack treasurer.
• Conduct the annual pack program planning conference and pack leaders’ meetings.
• Ask the committee to assist with recommendations for Cubmaster, assistant Cubmasters, and den leaders, as needed.
• Recognize the need for more dens, and see that they are formed as needed.
• Work with the chartered organization representative to provide adequate and safe facilities for pack meetings.
• Cooperate with the Cubmaster on council-approved money-earning projects so the pack can earn money for materials and equipment.
• If the Cubmaster is unable to serve, assume active direction of the pack until a successor is recruited and registered.
• Appoint a committee member or other registered adult to be responsible for Youth Protection training.
• Develop and maintain strong pack-troop relationships, and work closely with the unit commissioner and other pack and troop leaders in bringing about a smooth transition of Webelos Scouts into the troop.
• Support the policies of the BSA.

Secretary

Position is available.

Qualifications
• Is at least 21 years old.
• Is selected by the chartered organization
• Registered as an adult leader of the BSA.

The Secretary's job is to:
• Keep informed of all Cub Scouting literature, materials, records, and forms to help leaders function effectively. Help new den leaders access needed tools.
• Acquaint den leaders with the contents of the Pack Record Book so that they will know how to supply the information that should be recorded there.
• Maintain up-to-date information on membership, leadership, attendance, and advancement in the Pack Record Book or special software.
• Maintain an inventory of pack property.
• Handle correspondence for the pack. This may include writing letters of appreciation and requests for reservations, or ordering supplies through the local council service center.
• Keep notes on business conducted at pack leaders’ meetings. Record only key items such as things needing follow-up or items for the history of the pack.
• Notify leaders of pack leaders’ meetings and other activities.
• Provide den leaders with records and forms for meetings.

Treasurer

Position is currently held by Dian Gary.

Qualifications
• Is at least 21 years old.
• Is selected by the chartered organization
• Registered as an adult leader of the BSA.

Pack Treasurer responsibilities are to:
• • Help the pack committee and Cubmaster establish a sound financial program for the pack with a pack budget plan.
• Open or maintain a bank account in the pack’s name and arrange for all transactions to be signed by any two of the following: Cubmaster, pack committee chair, secretary, or treasurer.
• Approve all budget expenditures. Check all disbursements against budget allowances, and pay bills by check. The pack committee chair should approve bills before payment.
• Collect dues from den leaders at the pack leaders’ meeting, preferably in sealed den dues envelopes. Open envelopes in the presence of den leaders. Give receipts for these funds, and deposit the money in the bank account.
• Keep up-to-date financial records. Enter all income and expenditures under the proper budget item in the finance section of the Pack Record Book.
Credit each Cub Scout with payment of dues.
• From time to time, compare the records with those of the den leaders to make sure they agree.
• Give leadership in developing a coordinated recordkeeping system in the pack.
• Be responsible for thrift training within the pack. Encourage each den leader to explain the pack financial plan to each boy and his family so that boys will accept responsibility for paying dues and family members will be alert to opportunities for boys to earn dues money and develop habits of thrift.
• On the request of den leaders, sympathetically counsel with a boy who does not pay dues, determine the reason, and encourage regular payment. If the boy is unable to pay, work out a plan with the Cubmaster and pack committee so that the boy can earn dues.
• Periodically report on the pack’s financial condition at the monthly pack leaders’ meeting. Make regular monthly reports to the pack committee at the pack leaders’ meeting, and report to the chartered organization as often as desirable on the financial condition of the pack. • Provide petty cash needed by leaders. Keep a record of expenditures.
• Guide the pack in conducting council-approved pack money-earning projects.

Friends of Scouting Chair

Position is available.

Qualifications
• Is at least 21 years old.
• Is selected by the chartered organization
• Registered as an adult leader of the BSA.

The Friends of Scouting (FOS) responsibilities are to:
• Build an organization to enroll family members and Cub Scout leaders in FOS.
• Enroll as a Friend of Scouting.
• For every five families in the pack, recruit one person as an enroller.
• Attend an FOS kickoff meeting.
• Enroll each enroller as a Friend of Scouting.
• Train enrollers.
• Conduct report meetings.
• Follow up until all FOS cards have been accounted for.
• Give recognition to contributors and enrollers.
• Along with the pack committee, provide public relations for FOS.

Pack Trainer

Position is available.

Qualifications:
• Is at least 21 years old.
• Should be an experienced leader
• May be a parent or guardian of a boy in the den.
• Be registered with the Boy Scouts of America as a pack trainer

The main responsibilities of the Pack Trainer can be summarized as follows:
• Track the training record for all adult members of the Pack to assure a properly trained and knowledgeable leadership.
• Keep Pack Committee posted on training status of all leaders.
• Submit to Council Trainer, training record forms for leaders who have completed all training and have earned their Adult Leader Award.

Pinewood Derby Coordinator

Position is available.

Qualifications:
• Is at least 21 years old.
• Should be an experienced leader
• May be a parent or guardian of a boy in the den.

The Pinewood Derby Chair responsibilities are to:
• Organize parent volunteers to setup the track at the January Pack meeting.
• Coordinate purchase of appropriate Pinewood cars to be distributed to the boys at the December Pack meeting.
• Obtain from the District HQ the Official Pinewood Derby rules for the year and distribute to the boys with the cars in December.
• Obtain the appropriate medals, trophies and awards for the Pinewood Derby winners.
• Organize the judges or judging methods for the design awards.
• Obtain necessary supplies, etc. to run the Derby, including scale, tools, glues, tape, extra weights, labels.
• Coordinate the check-in, weighing, and judging procedures.

Popcorn Kernel

Position is currently held by Diana Gary.

Qualifications:
• Is at least 21 years old.
• Should be an experienced leader
• May be a parent or guardian of a boy in the den.

The Popcorn Kernel responsibilities are to:
• Coordinate Pack and Den Leaders for the annual Popcorn fundraiser.
• Get sale dates and Popcorn order forms from the council, and distribute to the boys at the first Pack meeting in September.
• With Committee Chair and Cubmaster, prepare a presentation to the families at the September Pack meeting, discussing overall goals and benefits of the sale.
• Coordinate turn-in of sales sheets and place Popcorn order for Pack.
• With help of other volunteers, schedule pickup of popcorn by Scouts.
• Facilitate and balance funds from Scouts sales.
• Coordinate Distribution of Prizes to the Scouts that have earned them.

Blue and Gold Coordinator

Position is currently held by Molly Fittipaldi.

Qualifications:
• Is at least 21 years old.
• Should be an experienced leader
• May be a parent or guardian of a boy in the den.

The Blue and Gold Banquet Coordinator responsibilities are to:
• Organize parent volunteers to provide an appropriate meal at the February Pack meeting.
• Plan meal & decorations.
• Set up Invitations for Cub scouts to get out to Relatives, Teachers, etc.
• Coordinate with the Den Leaders concerning the dinner's theme, decorations, and events planned at the February Pack meeting.

Tree Lot Coordinator

Position is available.

Qualifications:
• Is at least 21 years old.
• Should be an experienced leader
• May be a parent or guardian of a boy in the den.

The Tree Lot Coordinator responsibilities are to:
• Work as a liaison with Troop 105 to assure to coordinate work schedules.
• Organize Cub Scout parents by providing a sign-up sheet for working the tree lot, and assuring each family contributes to this single Pack fundraiser.
• Make calls to remind families of scheduled dates.

Rocket Launch Coordinator

Position is currently held by Fred Lopez and Jennifer Marsh.

Qualifications:
• Is at least 21 years old.
• Should be an experienced leader
• May be a parent or guardian of a boy in the den.

The Rocket Launch Coordinator responsibilities are to:
• Obtain appropriate fire permits and District approval to hold the annual rocket launch as our May Pack meeting.
• Obtain a location (typically, St. Raphael School) for the launch.
• Determine the number of rockets needed, obtain rockets, distribute rockets and collect fees early enough to allow the boys to construct the rockets before the launch date.
• Setup launch area, provide safety information at launch site, distribute rocket engines.

Webmaster

Position is currently held by Melissa Eardley.

Qualifications:
• Is at least 21 years old.
• Should be an experienced leader
• May be a parent or guardian of a boy in the den.

The Webmaster responsibilities are to:
• Keep the Pack Web page up to date with announcements, news, and pictures.

Parish Picnic Coordinator

Position is currently held by Melissa Eardley.

Qualifications:
• Is at least 21 years old.
• Should be an experienced leader
• May be a parent or guardian of a boy in the den.

The Parish Picnic Coordinator responsibilities are to:
• Meet with the Parish Picnic Committee.
• Coordinate what activities the boys will be doing to support the Parish Festival.

Pack Photographer

Position is available.

Qualifications:
• Is at least 21 years old.
• Should be an experienced leader
• May be a parent or guardian of a boy in the den.

The Pack Photographer responsibilities are to:
•With a digital camera, take pictures at Pack activities for all to enjoy.

Chartered Organization Representative

Position is held by Wayne Rascotti.

Qualifications:
• Is at least 21 years old, is a member of the chartered organization.
• Is not the unit leader or assistant unit leader.
• Is appointed by the chartered organization to serve as its official Scouting representative.
• Is registered as an adult leader of the BSA.
The Chartered Organization Representative's responsibilities are to:
• Help select the right leadership for the unit.
• Promote well-planned, quality unit programs, including outdoor programs, advancement, and recognition.
• Serve as a liaison between the units and the organization.
• Promote the recruiting of new members and units.
• See that boys transition from unit to unit.
• Help with the charter renewal.
• Suggest Good Turns to benefit the organization.
• Encourage the unit committee to hold meetings.
• Cultivate organization leaders, and encourage necessary training of existing and new leaders.
• Utilize district help and promote the use of district personnel and materials.
• Use approved unit finance policies.
• Cultivate resources to support the organization.
• Represent the organization at the council level.