Uniformed Leader 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. The uniform leaders are the volunteers that need time to prepare and conduct the best program for the scouts, and many are also serving as committee members and organizing the events through the year to help the Pack go. Ideally these leaders should have minimum Pack level commitments to allow them the time they need for the boys.

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.net Back to Volunteer Opportunities.



CubmasterEssentially, the Cubmaster leads the Pack and ensures that the boys have fun and learn a lot. The Cubmaster is the emcee for all events, especially Pack meetings.  Ensures that the Pack Program is run in accordance with BSA Policies and chartering organization standards. Attends monthly Pack Committee meetings.

Mark Duggan

Robert Van Benthuysen
Den LeadersConducts Den Meetings, ensures that Scouts have opportunities to complete advancement requirements, acts as primary point of contact for all things Scouting to all the families of the Den. The Den Leader sets an example for all the Scouts and makes Scouts the place they want to be. Ensures that the Den Program is run in accordance with BSA Policies. Attendance at monthly Pack Committee meetings is encouraged.  

  Webelos II    Joseph Armour
  Webelos IKen Moseman
  Bear Cub Den
Gilbert Aranda
Alex Woravka 
  Wolf Cub Den Steve Logan
  Tiger Cub Den Lana Tejo
Next Tiger Cub Den LeaderThe Tiger Cub Den Leader is one of the most important Den Leader positions in Scouting.  This is where our children can lose interest in Scouting forever if we don't conduct this well.
Trainee Needed
Assistant Den LeaderIn the absence of the Den Leader, the assistant Den Leader will act in their place and fulfill all the duties and responsibilities of the Den Leader. In all other cases, the assistant Den Leader helps the Den Leader provide a quality program for the Scouts. There may be more than one Assistant Den Leader per Den if desired.  
Vacancies in all Dens

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