Pack Committee- They maintain a close relationship with the chartered organization representative, keeping this key person or persons informed of the needs of the pack that must be brought to the attention of the organization or the district. Report to the chartered organization to cultivate harmonious relations. Confer with the Cubmaster on policy matters relating to Cub Scouting and the chartered organization.
Supervise pack committee operation by
1.Calling and presiding at pack leaders' meetings.
2.Assigning duties to committee members.
3.Planning for pack charter review, roundup, and re-registration.
4.Approving bills before payment by the pack treasurer
Chartered Organization Representative Roles and Responsibilities
Conduct the annual pack program planning conference and pack leaders'
Complete pack committee Fast Start Training and Basic Leader Training
for the position.
Ask the committee to assist with recommendations for Cubmaster,
assistant Cubmasters, Tiger Cub Den leaders, Cub Scout den leaders,
and Webelos den leaders, as needed.
Recognize the need for more dens, and see that new dens are formed as
Work with the chartered organization representative to provide adequate
and safe facilities for pack meetings.
Cooperate with the Cubmaster on council-approved money-earning
projects so the pack can earn money for materials and equipment.
Manage finances through adequate financial records.
Maintain adequate pack records and take care of pack property.
If the Cubmaster is unable to serve, assume active direction of the pack
until a successor is recruited and registered.
Appoint a committee member or other registered adult to be responsible
for Youth Protection training.
Provide a training program for adult family members.
Develop and maintain strong pack-troop relationships, sharing with the
troop committee the need for graduations into the troop.
Work closely with the unit commissioner and other pack and troop leaders
in bringing about a smooth transition of Webelos Scouts into the troop.
Help bring families together at joint activities for Webelos dens (or packs)
and Boy Scout troops. Support the policies of the BSA.
Cub Den Leader
Webelos Den Leader
Cub Den Chief
The Webelos Resource Person an adult leader in the Boy Scout troop who may have personal knowledge about areas that would assist with work in Webelos activity badges. This leader may become a valuable resource person to the Webelos den leaders as he or she may know people, skills, and other resources related to the badges. The Webelos resource person is appointed by the Boy Scout troop to serve as the liaison between the troop and Webel