The leaders of Cub Scout Pack 170 have more than 100 years of cummulative experience as both Scouts and Scouters in a variety of programs offered by the Boy Scouts of America. While some of our leaders also volunteer at the council or district level, we are dedicated to delivering the best program possible for the Scouts of Pack 170 as our first priority.

Our leaders are shown below with the role(s) they fulfill for the Pack. The icons displayed for many of our leaders indicate training they have completed or recognition they have received. Click an icon for an explanation of the achievement.

Key 3 Leaders

The Pack Key 3 are the three top individuals within the unit.

Pack Committee

The pack committee consists of at least three members (chair, secretary, and treasurer) and handles administrative and support tasks so pack and den leaders can focus on working directly with the Cub Scouts.

Pack Leaders

The Pack leaders are responsible for planning and conducting the Pack program. 

Den Leaders

Den leaders carry out the activities related to adventures as they are presented in the Cub Scout’s handbook and the Den Leader Guide.

Technology Team

Technology Team is responsible for managing the technology assets of the pack and advising the Pack committee on technology adoption. They also assist Pack members with technology questions as they are able.

Pack 170 District/Council Leaders

Members of Pack 170 that also serve Scouting in the North Shore District (NSD) and / or the Capitol Area Council (CAC).