Cub Scout Pack 306

2023-2024 Scouting Season

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Become a Cub Scout Leader


There is no shortage of interested youth who want to join scouts. Kids love scouts. On the other hand, parents with extra time is very hard to come by. As such we always need people for both large and small roles.

Why Become a Leader


Becoming a leader is a great way to connect with your scout and to contribute to the program. The scouting program is not just for kids. You'll find that by teaching the principles of scouting to the youth, you will be learning (or remembering) it yourself.

Is it Hard

BSA provides a leader manual for each Den/Grade. In this manual you will find all the pre-written lesson plans for every "adventure". Following this will get you started on success. You can stick with the lesson plans for the entire program year, or as you get to know your scouts, you can branch off and write your own plans.

Tag teaming with the Assistent Den Leaders is also a great way to share the burden

Why do we need so many leaders

One of the reasons we need so many adults is because we follow the "two deep leadership" as defined by the BSA Youth Protection Mission Statement. In short, this means we need at all times two adult leaders for all dens at all times. While currently we have all the den leaders we need, we need a couple of assistant den leaders and backup assistant den leaders all who have taken the youth protection training.

We understand that everyone is busy and we are working hard to break up tasks in to both large and small commitments to fit everyones schedule.

How to volunteer

  1. Contact or
  2. Attend leader meetings on the Second Thursday every month
  3. Fill out an adult application - Adult Application
  4. Pay Dues - Web Store
  5. Take the Youth Protection training. We must train and register all adults in Scout Book even if they are not expected to have direct contact with scouts.

Unfilled Positions

Den Leaders



Lion and Tiger Den Leaders

Every year we need to find a new Lion Coordinator and Tiger Den Leaders as these age groups are when many scouts join.All den leaders are asked to help manage the awards lists and to hand out awards in meetings.

Other Dens


Pack Leaders

Fund Raising Committee member

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New Member Coordinator


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Health and Safety Officer

We were calling this a health forms manager, but with all that is going on in the world we are expanding this role to include all Health and Safety issues. Role is an advisory position to help guide the Pack as we navigate our new world.


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Outdoor Ethics Guide

Like we do with the Nova Award, we would like someone to coordinate across the pack to help our Scouts earn the World Conservation Award.


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Committee Members at Large

Other Jobs

Don't see something you like, want to contribute in a different way....

Events needing a leader/Coordinator