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Cub Scout Pack 129
(Old Bridge, New Jersey)
 
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How Can You Help?


Scouting operates through volunteer leadership.  Volunteer leaders are an example of Scouting's principle of service to others.Naturally, parents are the primary source of leaders in the Scouting program.  You volunteer not only to serve Scouting, but also to help your son and his friends, and to have the chance to be a positive influence on the youth in your community.

What does it take to be a volunteer?  A long, rich background of Scouting involvement is NOT required!  What is needed is a desire to work with and help young people, a willingness to make time in your weekly schedule, and the rest is easy!  Lots of resources and training are available and many people will support your efforts.

Pack Volunteer Leadership


DEN LEADER(S)

Leads the den at weekly den and monthly pack meetings. Attends the monthly pack leaders'meeting.

CUBMASTER

Helps plan and carryout the pack program with the help of the pack committee.  Emcees monthly pack meeting and attends the pack leaders' meeting.

COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN

Presides at all pack committee meetings.  Helps recruit adult leaders.  Also attends pack meetings.

PACK COMMITTEE

Pack committee members perform administrative functions of the pack.

SECRETARY/TREASURER

Keeps all records for the pack, including pack bank account, financial records, etc.  Attends pack meetings and pack committee meetings.

ADVANCEMENT CHAIRMAN

Maintains advancement records for the pack.  Orders and obtains all badges and insignia.  Attends pack meetings and committee meetings.

PARENT HELPERS

Function chairmanpositions to perform "one-shot" program jobs, such as coordinating pack participation in sales events, pinewood derby, blue and gold banquet,  etc.  These jobs are of short duration.