How You Can Help Your Boy

You can help your boy get the most out of his Cub Scouting experience in five ways:
  1. Value him as an individual
  2. Become involved
  3. Show him how you live by example by upholding the Cub Scout Promise and the Law of the Pack
  4. Work with him on his achievements, advancement projects and activities.
  5. Support him by attending den and pack meetings and activities
Volunteer Opportunities
As much as Scouting has to offer, it is only as good as its leadership, and without leadership, there is no den or pack. Like Little League, soccer, basketball, and many of the other activities that our kids take part in, Scouts rely on volunteers.

If your immediate thought is: "I work, I don’t have time. I don’t think I can do a good job. I don’t know anything about Scouting," well, the good news is you don’t need a lot of time or any experience. You just need to want to make Scouting a special experience for your boy. We provide the training.

In fact, every one of our leaders has a busy life outside of scouting. However, each has discovered that being a Scout leader is one of the most rewarding things they've ever done.

You have the unique opportunity, during your child's most formative years, to help him become an even more special person, and help shape other kids' futures as well.

And, in return, those kids will make you feel so special!  We hope you'll consider volunteering with Pack 24, even if it's to bring a snack to a den meeting.

For more details on volunteer opportunities, please email our Cubmaster at