Leaders

A Cub Scout Pack is built with the care of adult volunteers. Each volunteer undergoes a background check and is vetted by the Pack's committee. Each volunteer receives Pack-specific training in addition to the Boy Scouts of America's internet-based training for their position. All volunteers take the Youth Protection Training (YPT) at least every two years to ensure the safety of our youth.

There are two key focus areas of leadership in a Pack, Program and Administrative.

Program Volunteers

These volunteers are responsible for working with the youth directly and executing the pack's plan. Positions include the Cubmaster, Assistant Cubmaster(s), Den Leaders and their assistants as well as Den Chiefs from local Scouts BSA Troops.

Cubmaster (CM) - Ricky Ramsey

Boys Den Leaders

Lion Leader -

Tiger Den Leader, First Grade -

Wolf Den Leader, Second Grade -

Bear Den Leader, Third Grade -

Webelos (We'll Be Loyal Scouts!) Den Leader, Fourth Grade -

Arrow of Light (AOL) Den Leader, Fifth Grade -

Girls Den Leaders

Lion Leader -

Tiger Den Leader, First Grade -

Wolf Den Leader, Second Grade -

Bear Den Leader, Third Grade -

Webelos (We'll Be Loyal Scouts!) Den Leader, Fourth Grade -

Arrow of Light (AOL) Den Leader, Fifth Grade -

Administrative Volunteers

These volunteers are responsible for managing the Pack behind the scenes. This includes managing the finances, planning activities, promoting the Scouting movement and recruiting volunteers as needed. Program volunteers assist the committee; however, they are not guaranteed a vote. Positions include the Chartered Organization Representative, Pack Committee Chair and Pack Committee Members.

Chartered Organization Representative (COR) -

Committee Chair (CC) -

Secretary -

Treasurer -

Outdoor Activities Chair -

Advancement Chair -

Membership Chair -

Friends of Scouting Ambassador -

Additional Committee Members (MC)

Religious Emblems

Unit Commissioner (UC) - Dora Moreland

District Executive (DE) - Cristal Razo