Pack 94 needs your help! In order to give our Cub Scouts the richest scouting experience, we need everyone to help out in some way. There are a variety of ways to become involved; some require a significant investment of time and effort and others require very little time. All are important!
Some needs are open now; others may be filled for the coming year. If you are interested in volunteering for a role that is filled already, consider assisting that volunteer to learn the role and be ready to fill it in the future! Leadership Team and Pack Administration
The Cubmaster is the leader of the pack. He or she plans and coordinates the Cub Scout program for Pack 94, including presiding at monthly pack meetings. The Cubmaster guides and supports Den Leaders; coordinates with the Pack Committee on program ideas, leader recruitment, and budget plans; interacts with parents; and oversees all Pack programs and activities.
The Den Leader works with a group of Cub Scouts, planning and leading den meeting activities that guide the boys toward accomplishing advancement and elective requirements. The Den Leader also works to prepare the Scouts for their role in the monthly pack meeting.
The Pack Committee Chair plans and leads the Pack Committee meetings, maintains the relationship between the Pack and the chartered organization representative, oversees the Pack records and finances, and coordinates all activities related to the administration of the Pack.
Pack Committee Members attend monthly Pack Committee meetings and perform administrative duties as assigned by the Pack Committee Chair. Pack Committee roles include (but are not limited to)
Event/Activity Coordinators oversee the planning and preparation for specific Pack activities and events, including (but not limited to):
Summer Camp Leader coordinates scouts and volunteers for a specific summer camp. (See Events and Activities for a list of the camps our Pack attends.) Achievement/Elective Activity Coordinators guide a group of boys (a den or the entire pack) in an activity that relates to accomplishing a requirement for advancement or an elective. This particular role is a great way for parents with limited time to commit to volunteering to use their own skills and talents to help the Pack.