Pack 42 Leadership
This "behind-the-scenes" team of volunteers handles administrative and supports tasks, allowing the Cubmaster and Den Leaders to focus on working directly with the Scouts.
Chartered Organization Representative
Serves as a liaison between the units and the organization, helps select the right leadership for the unit, promotes well planned, quality programs.
Represents the ideals, principles and policies of the Scouting program while providing the resources of the district and council to the units they serve. The primary purpose of the Unit Commissioner is to help units succeed.
Leads the Pack committee and is responsible for the administration, oversight, and support of the Pack program.
Sees that Cub Scouts receive a quality, year-round program filled with fun activities, runs Pack meetings, and guides and supports Den leaders.
Collects Den advancement reports at Pack Leaders’ meetings, orders badges and insignia, coordinates with the Scoutmaster and Webelos Den Leader for transitions from Cub Scouts to Scouts BSA.
New Member Coordinator
Shares the benefits of Scouting, coordinates unit recruitment, guides the joining and welcoming process for youth and their families.
Unit Fundraising Chair
Also called the "Popcorn Kernel,” supervises fundraising to ensure that every youth member has the opportunity to participate in popcorn sales or other council fundraising events.
Approves all spending, helps create a yearly budget, keeps up-to-date financial records.
Ensures proper records are kept within the Pack.
Adults, usually the parent of a Scout in their Den, who plan and carry out activities related to adventures as presented in the Scout's handbooks and Den Leader Guides.
For the 2023-2024 school year:
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