Meet Our Pack Leaders

Rich Roddin – Cub Master

The Cub Master is elected and appointed by the pack committee with the approval of the charted organization, registered and train as an adult leader of the BSA.  The Cub Master’s responsibilities are to conduct a pack program according to the policies of the BSA. The Cub Master must plan and help carry out the Cub Scout program in the pack.  This includes: leading the monthly pack meetings, with the help of other leaders:  conduct year-round recruitment for children into every facet of Cub Scouting program; assure that the pack program, leaders, and Cub Scouts positively reflect the interests and objectives of the chartered organization and the BSA.  The Cub Master should  encourage high advancement standards for all Cub Scouts, help bring families together at joint activities for Cub Scout Packs and Boy scout troops and guide Cub Scouts in goodwill and conservation projects.  Along with the committee, the Cub Master should see that all Scouts receive a quality year-round program filled with fun and activities.  The Cub Master also guides and supports the den leaders.

TBD – Asst Cub Master

First and foremost his/her responsibility is to Serve as Cub Master if he/she is unable to serve; to assume active directions of the pack until a successor is nominated by the Committee and registered. The Assistant Cub Master will help plan and participate in pack meetings.  He/She will supervise den chiefs and work with those neighborhood troops that supply den chiefs and into which Webelos Scouts may graduate.   The Assistant Cub Master will help with pack activities, such as dinners, derbies, bike safety workshops, service projects, etc.