Leadership Opportunity – Den Chiefs Needed

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Becoming a Den Chief is a great first step toward leadership.

Den Chiefs are Boy Scouts who assist a Cub Scout Den, taking direction from a Den Leader (adult) on how best to help the running of the Den.

Dens usually meet 1-2 times a month, so the time commitment is 1-3 hours per month, plus whatever other events the Scout wants to assist on (Pinewood Derby, Raingutter Regatta, etc. – not mandatory).

Den Chief is a Leadership Position within the Troop, so if a Scout is 1st Class or above and is not a Patrol Leader, Quartermaster, etc., that Scout really should become a Den Chief.*  However, second year scouts are also eligible, and even first year scouts if the Scout is mature enough not to revert to Cub Scout behavior when they are with the Den.

Pack 100 and Pack 321 are both looking for Den Chiefs.
Curious?  Contact Ethan Rogers.
*You can be a Patrol Leader AND a Den Chief, too.