The committee chair is a paperwork position. You will need to reserve the space at the school for pack meetings, set the agenda at leader meetings and delegate tasks to keep the pack running smoothly.
The PTA at Fort Salonga holds our charter. This position is the liaison between the PTA and the Pack. CORE shares any events and information with the pack. The other job the CORE does is the registration of the pack. This is done once a year online.
The cubmaster is the leader at Pack Nights and events. There is one pack night per month, one leader planning meeting per month, and one Round table per month (the leadership committee can rotate attending). The cubmaster sets the tone for the pack.
Collect and deposit checks. Pays reimbursements and trips. Keeps books.
Pack 379 owns a trailer with our camping gear and supplies. The quarter master keeps the trailer secure and keeps an inventory log.
Obtain a location to host the Blue and Gold event.Plan all details.
We participate in 3 parades (Memorial Day, St. Patrick's Day, and Veteran's Day Parades) and in flag placements. We also present a wreath at Memorial Day and Veterans Day Parades. The parade chair registers the pack and organizes events.
Organize fundraising events
Monitor the site to add updated events and information. Individual leaders can add their own meetings, events, photos and add new members on the Scoutlander page.
Organize event including weigh in,setting up track, awards, and running race.
Organize food sale during Pinewood Derby Race day
All leaders have completed Youth Protection Training. If you are interested in becoming a CubScout leader or volunteering to help organize the Scouts (you are at the event anyway), please let us know. We would love to have NEED your involvement.