posted Jun 22, 2011, 6:43 AM by Unknown user   [ updated Oct 2, 2011, 3:31 PM ]
The Pflugerville Pack 409 needs your help!  We have several leadership positions that are currently open or will be opening soon.  The current leaders have served the Pack as long as they can, and need to vacate the position either as a result of leaving the Pack (graduating to Boy Scouts) or can no longer fulfill the responsibilities due to other obligations.  A list of open leadership positions are shown below in the order of importance.  For more information on these positions, view the explainations below.

All positions within the Pack are voluntary, and each person take time out of their busy life to make a wonderful impact on your scout.  Think you are too busy to volunteer your time to scouting? Not sure how giving your time would benefit you & your family?  It is easy.  You never alone in any of these positions.  All the volunteers work together, help each other out, and you will never be asked to go at it alone. 

Scouting is a family oriented program.  “A hundred years from now it will not matter what my bank account was, the sort of house I lived in, or the kind of clothes I wore, but the world may be much different because I was important in the life of a child.”  ~ Forest E. Witcraft

Become an adult scout leader today!

Needs to be filled by...
 Quarter Master
 Committee Chair
2 months
 Awards Chair
Mr. Jost
 Secretary Mrs. Lisa Jost

Quarter Master (
Equipment Coordinator)
Responsible for procurement and maintenance of pack equipment.
  •     Supervise and help the pack procure, repair, and replace camping equipment.
  •     Work with Pack Quartermaster on inventory and proper storage and maintenance of all pack equipment.
  •     Make periodic safety checks on all pack camping gear, and encourage the pack in the safe use of all outdoor equipment.
  •     Work closely with Cubmaster and Committee Chair to ensure proper equipment is available for each outing.
  •     Report to the Pack Committee as necessary.

Committee Chair
  •     Organize the Pack Committee to see that all functions are delegated, coordinated, and completed.
  •     Maintain a close working relationship with the Chartered Organization Representative and the Cubmaster.
  •     Interpret national and local policies to the pack.
  •     Ensure the pack adheres to the policies of the Chartered Organization and the Boy Scouts of America.
  •     Prepare pack committee meeting agendas.
  •     Call, preside over, and promote attendance at monthly pack committee meetings and any special meetings that may be called.
  •     Ensure pack representation at monthly district Roundtable.
  •     Recruit top-notch, individuals for adult leadership.
  •     Become trained for position to include Pack Committee Training, Scoutmaster Fundamentals, and Youth Protection.
  •     Encourage adult leaders to get trained.
  •     Arrange for charter review, re-charter annually and plan charter presentation.
  •     Commit to serve in this position for a minimum of 3 years.