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Volunteer Needs

We Need YOU!

As scouts age out of the Cub Scout program and move to Scouts BSA, the adult leaders/parents are typically moving along with them. This means that any given year we are almost guaranteed to be in need of Den Leaders for the incoming Tiger Den, along with potentially other committee and/or pack level leadership positions. We have established a policy within our pack bylaws that state each family is required to serve in either a committee position, a Den/Pack Leader, or be part of a planning committee for one of our programs.

What if my work schedule prohibits me from helping?

Our leadership team is made of individuals with a variety of schedule challenges. Whether it be a work schedule where you are on weekends and cannot attend those events, or those who travel for work (sometimes out of the country) 1-2 weeks per month, to others who work on-call... we can assure you, there is a position for you here in our pack no matter your availability. Many of us are in a similar situation as you!

Ok then... Where can I help?

Our needs are always changing as our pack evolves. One great place to start is to look at the Leadership page and look for any open/TBD positions. If you are a parent of an incoming first grader, please consider being the Den Leader or an Assistant Den Leader for the incoming scouts. (Note - if you are the Den Leader, you also get to pick the day/time/location of your Den Meeting... how convenient is that?) Think about your skills - maybe you like working with numbers? Perhaps Treasurer would be perfect for you. Are you energetic in front of a croud? Emcee of the Pinewood Derby might be right up your alley. Don't like to be in the spotlight? Perhaps joining the committee to plan the Blue and Gold banquet is more your speed.

Also consider joining the committee as a member-at-large and join us at our monthly committee meetings to help with the planning of our upcoming events. Toghether we can "do our best" to have our scouts "be prepared" as they move through Cub Scouts to Scouts BSA.

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