Pack 125 Celebration, FL

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Pack 125 Org Chart

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Thousands of volunteer leaders, both men and women, are involved in the Cub Scout program. They serve in a variety of positions, as everything from unit leaders to pack committee chairmen, committee members, den leaders, and chartered organization representatives.

Like other phases of the Scouting program, a Cub Scout pack belongs to an organization with interests similar to those of the BSA. This organization, which might be a church, school, community organization, or group of interested citizens, is chartered by the local BSA council to use the Scouting program. This chartered organization provides a suitable meeting place, adult leadership, supervision, and opportunities for a healthy Scouting life for the boys under its care. Each organization appoints one of its members as a chartered organization representative. The organization, through the pack committee, is responsible for providing leadership, the meeting place, and support materials for pack activities.

The Chartered Organization

Chartered Organization Representative

Unit Commissioner

The Pack Committee

Pack Trainer

Cubmaster

Assistant Cubmaster

Den Leaders

Event Chairs

Boy Scout Liaison

Webmaster

BSA’s Typical Pack Org Chart

Click on the image below to get a glimpse of the BSA recommended organization chart for a Cub Scout pack. Our pack positions, described above, were based on this chart and were tailored to what would work best for our pack.