Pack Committee Positions
As you know, Cub Scouts is entirely run by volunteers.  For our Pack to run well and provide the best scouting experience for our scouts, we need a lot of dedicated volunteers.  

When we all joined the Pack, we acknowledged that we would volunteer time to the Pack. Not all volunteers have to be uniformed leaders.  

All families are encouraged to volunteer for at least one open position, and we are that all Pack families can volunteer some time to the Pack and help us deliver the best progam possible for our Scouts.

Remember, many hands make light work work.  Let's continue to make Pack 886 the best Cub Scout Pack in the Council! Find one you are interested in and let anyone of the Leaders know or email webmaster@pack886.netBack to Volunteer Opportunities.

Committee ChairThe Pack Committee ensures that there is high quality program being run and that there are financial resources available to run the program. The Committee Chair leads the Pack Committee, approves Pack financial expenditures, and ensures that the Pack Program is run in accordance with BSA Policies. The Pack Committee Chair Leads monthly Pack Committee meetings.

Steve Logan
Trainee Needed
SecretaryThe Secretary keeps notes on business conducted at Committee meetings, maintains an inventory of Pack property, handles correspondence for the Pack, notifies leaders of Pack leaders' meetings and other activities.

 Vacancy
TreasurerThe Treasurer maintains the Pack budget, makes payments for all expenditures, ensures that the finances of the Pack are kept in good order at all times.

Joseph Armour
Trainee Needed
Advancement ChairThe Advancement Chair keeps track of all Cub Scout advancements, ensures that awards are purchased, Scouts are recognized for their achievements, and helps the Cubmaster plan and conduct advancement recognition ceremonies. Attends monthly Pack Committee meetings. 



Vacancy
Public Relations/ Social Media ChairThe Public Relations Chair updates the Pack families with information on Pack news and upcoming information. Writes articles regarding recent events from Pack 886 and publishes them on the Pack website and with local news media such as "The Villager, The Courier, Houston Chronicle, etc". Will explore ways to incorporate FaceBook, Twitter, Picasa, etc into our communications

 

Vacancy

Outdoor Activity Camping ChairThis position helps the boys develop a love for the outdoors, and helps to plan and arrange camping and outdoor activities including: arranging for required permits, planning for first aid, assuring implementation of BSA health and safety requirements. 
Adam Stevens
Trainee Needed
Membership ChairThe Membership & Registration Chair develops and carries out a plan for year-round membership growth identifying openings for new Scouts and works to fill them, facilitating paperwork for new Scouts, coordinating annual rechartering of the Pack with the Council and the Chartering Organization. Attends monthly Pack Committee meetings.  

 

Vacancy

Pack TrainerThe Pack Trainer is responsible for training of adult leaders, ensuring that all leaders maintain their required training and that members of the Pack have additional training required, encouraging leaders to partake in all training related to their position, acting as Pack Youth Protection Officer, and maintaining Pack training records. Attends monthly Pack Committee meetings, district round tables, and Pow Wows.

Steve Logan

Trainee Needed

WebmasterThe Webmaster maintains the Pack website, ensures that information is posted in a timely manner, updates the public calendars and maintains the distribution lists. Requires some technical ability but the site is very user friendly.  Attends monthly Pack Committee meetings, and trains new leaders in their area. 

Corey Collins
Trainee Needed
STEM/NOVA CoordinatorSTEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) is part of an initiative the Boy Scouts of America has taken on to encourage the natural curiosity of youth members and their sense of wonder about these fields through existing programs. From archery to welding, Scouts can't help but enjoy the wide range of STEM-related activities. To support this initiative, the BSA developed the Nova Awards program so that youth members have fun and receive recognition for their efforts.  This position leads the Pack in implementing a STEM program by helping to recruit volunteers to help with specific activities.  

 

Vacancy

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