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 and / or district level, we are dedicated to delivering the best program possible for the Scouts of Pack 170 as our first priority.
100% of our leaders have completed the required training for their role and many of them have earned BSA training knots for their role. Some of our leaders have been recognized at the district and council level including Northern Star, Silver Squirrel, and the District Award of Merit, the highest award that a district can bestow, and some have / are pursuing advanced training such as Wood Badge. These are a testament of our commitment to the Scouts of Pack 170.
Key 3 Leaders
The Pack Key 3 are the three top individuals within the unit.
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.
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The Pack leaders are responsible for planning and conducting the Pack program.
Den leaders carry out the activities related to adventures as they are presented in the Cub Scout’s handbook and the Den Leader Guide.
AOL Asst. Den Leader
Webelos Den Leader
Webelos Asst. Den Leader
Bear Den Leader
Bear Asst. Den Leader
Wolf Den Leader
Lion Den Leader
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).
The Pack 170 Palm draws its name from the “Eagle Palm” earned by Eagle Scouts that earn extra merit badges and is the highest honor that we award to leaders who consistently give there all for the Pack and especially for the Scouts.
Northern Star is a district award presented to Scouters that have gone above and beyond for their unit.
Cubmaster of the Year is awarded by the district to the cubmaster that stood out in the district. Nominated by cubmasters or district committee.
Silver Squirrel / Extra Miler are awarded by their districts to recognize Scouters that have gone above and beyond for their district.
District Award of Merit is a council award presented by districts for eception service to the district and is the highest award from a district.
A leadership course built on the “patrol method” to teach by doing. A tartan neckerchief shows attendance and Wood Badge beads shows completion.
Den Leader Award is for Den Leaders who have completed one year tenure and other performance requirements for a strong den program.
Scouter’s Training Award / Cub Scouter Training Award (deprecated) are presented to leaders who completed two years’ tenure and other requirements.
Cubmaster’s Key / Cubmaster Award (deprecated) are presented to leaders who completed 3 years’ tenure – at least 2 as Cubmaster and other requirements.
Arrow of Light / Eagle Scout knots recognize these two major youth achievements. They show a dedication to “Do Your Best” and “Be Prepared”.
Religious Emblems program provides for a youth knot and an adult knot which may be worn on the adult uniform.