A SMIDGE ABOUT OUR CURRENT LEADERS

WILL YOU BE OUR NEXT?


THE PACK 320 COMMITTEE

DAVID LARA

CUBMASTER

The Cubmaster is the master of ceremonies for the monthly pack meeting among other various roles. The most visible of the leadership positions.

CISSY LARA

COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN

The pack committee chair leads the pack committee and thus is responsible for the administration, oversight, and support of the pack program.

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EVENT COORDINATOR

In charge of organizing the opening activities for each meeting and the various outings our Scouts participate in all year. Also, the keeper of the ``Box of Cheer``.

DON EVANS

TREASURER

Responsible for Pack finances. Plans the Pack budget, collects annual dues and fees for camp outs and other events, and insures the Pack has the funds required for a quality program.

SAMANTHA PACKHAM

LIONS DEN LEADER

Lions is an exciting new program which allows Kindergarten age boys to join the pack and participate in our events.

BILL WOOD

TIGERS DEN LEADER

The Tiger Cub den builds stronger families through involvement in a program that is flexible and fun for the boys and the adults. A shared leadership component, where a den leader works with the boy and adult partner teams, gives everyone input into the operation of the activities.

JENNIFER TORRES-MAYFIELD

WOLVES DEN LEADER

Cub Scout den leaders work directly with Cub Scouts and their parents/guardians to execute the Cub Scouting program in the den.

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COMMITTEE MEMBER

Regardless of the size of your pack committee, certain responsibilities must be performed if Cub Scouts are to receive the type of fun-filled and meaningful program to which they are entitled. By making the commitment to serve as a leader, you share in their responsibilities.

DAKUS GEESLIN

CAMP COORDINATOR

Plans pack overnighters are events involving more than one family from a single pack, focused on age-appropriate Cub Scout activities and conducted at council-approved locations.

CISSY LARA

WEBELOS II DEN LEADER

As the Webelos 2 den leader want to arrange and organize den overnight camping experiences among Troop visits. This is their final year of Cub Scouts, before earning the Arrow of Light crossing over to Boy Scouts.

MARTIN PACKHAM

WEBELOS I DEN LEADER

In addition to the normal program there is a stronger emphasis on camping and ``Boy-Lead`` activities. Also, planning and carrying out overnight campouts and other outdoor activities is a big bunch of fun!

STACY GEESLIN

BEAR DEN LEADER

Cub Scout den leaders work directly with Cub Scouts and their parents/guardians to execute the Cub Scouting program in the den.

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YOUR TALENT HERE

Cub Scouting is for parents as well as boys. We invite you to add your talents and interests so that the best possible program can be developed for your boy and his friends. TELL US ABOUT YOUR TALENTS


EVERY SCOUT DESERVES A TRAINED LEADER

Pack 320 Leaders are required to complete Youth Protection and Cub Scout Leader Specific training for their position. Training of adults to successfully deliver the Boy Scout program has evolved into a well-presented, thorough, curriculum of courses to be completed in sequence.


YOUTH PROTECTION TRAINING

YPT ensures boys involved in scouting are kept safe. At least one adult on every Scout outing must be Youth Protection Trained (YPT). Before being involved with boys, EVERY adult leader will complete Youth Protection Online and all registered adult volunteers must complete it and fully understand the Youth Protection Policies of the BSA.

Parent Guides on youth protection are printed in the front of Cub Scout and Boy Scout handbooks. View the Cub Scout YPT booklet.


LEADER SPECIFIC TRAINING

Once a volunteer has a solid overview of the scouting program, training for a specific Scouting position continues through Leader Specific training. This training provides the specialized knowledge a new leader needs to assume a leadership role. Because each course is designed for a specific leadership position, the training time varies. Some of them have a Quickstart course you can take online here using a MyScouting.org login.

More in-depth training is offered at the Fickett Center and is classroom-led. Leader Specific training has been developed for the following positions and their assistants:

  • Tiger Cub den leaders
  • Cub Scout den leaders
  • Webelos den leaders
  • Cubmasters
  • Pack committee members