Pack 147 Leadership

Held By: Ken McDaniel

Is the guiding hand behind the work of other pack leaders and serves as program adviser to the pack committee. The Cubmaster is a recruiter, supervisor, director, planner, and motivator of other leaders and supervises the recruiting of new boys. Works directly with the pack trainer, den leaders, den chiefs, pack committee chair and members to make sure that all dens are functioning well. Leads the monthly pack meeting with the help of others and Dens. Helps plan and coordinate the total Cub Scout program with committee and den leaders at monthly pack leaders meeting. Maintains year–round program and makes full use of all tools and techniques available.

  • Required member of Summertime Committee

Helps the Cubmaster as needed and is ready to fill-in if necessary. Completes required training. Actively participate in Pack Meetings and other activities. Supervises Den Chiefs. Works with local Scout Troops that supply Den Chiefs and into which Webelos Scouts may graduate. Assists Den Leaders to plan and coordinate Pack Meeting participation. Participates in Pack recruiting events. Other duties may be assigned by the Cubmaster

A Lion Guide is a volunteer leader who provides direct support to your Lion Den. ‚ÄčDen meetings and outings are facilitated by a Lion Guide and participating parents. The Lion Guide is a trained Cub Scout Leader.  He or she will lead the first den meeting of the year.  The Lion Guide will help each adult partner lead one of the following meetings.   The den meeting plans are provided in the Lion Parent and Leader Guidebook. Recommended by the Cubmaster and approved by the pack committee and chartered organization, the Lion Cub Guide coordinates shared leadership with the Lion Cub Adult Partners to plan, prepare for, and conduct den meetings and and Go See It outings while working directly with the other den and pack leaders to ensure that the den is an active and successful part of the pack and guiding the Lion Cubs and their Adult Partners in the requirements of attaining the Lion Rank Award.

Recommended by the Cubmaster and approved by the pack committee and chartered organization, the Tiger Den Leader coordinates shared leadership with the Tiger Adult Partners to plan, prepare for, and conduct den meetings and and Go See It outings while working directly with the other den and pack leaders to ensure that the den is an active and successful part of the pack and guiding the Tigers and their Adult Partners in the requirements of attaining the Tiger Rank Award.

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 with the assistant den leader and den chief. Attend Pack Committee meetings and District Roundtables. Lead the den at the monthly pack activity. Ensure the transition of Wolves into a Bear den and Bears into a Webelos den at the end of the year.

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 with the assistant den leader and den chief. Attend Pack Committee meetings and District Roundtables. Lead the den at the monthly pack activity. Ensure the transition of Wolves into a Bear den and Bears into a Webelos den at the end of the year.

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 with the assistant den leader and den chief. Attend Pack Committee meetings and District Roundtables. Lead the den at the monthly pack activity. Work with local scout troops to insure a smooth transition into the Boy Scouting program when the boys turn 11 years of age, have completed the fifth grade or completed the Arrow of Light requirements.

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 with the assistant den leader and den chief. Attend Pack Committee meetings and District Roundtables. Lead the den at the monthly pack activity. Work with local scout troops to insure a smooth transition into the Boy Scouting program when the boys turn 11 years of age, have completed the fifth grade or completed the Arrow of Light requirements.

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