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Den Chief

  • Set a good example by having a positive attitude and behaving in a proper and respectful manner that reflects the Scout Law and the Scout Oath.
  • Treat each boy with respect, sensitivity, and fairness.
  • Know the purposes of Cub Scouting, and help the boys to achieve them.
  • Arrive on time and prepared to start.
  • Wear the BSA Boy Scout uniform completely and correctly. (His troop will present him with the Den Chief Badge and “Trained” patch that he is to wear).
  • Know and understand the monthly BSA Core Value.
  • Be an “Activity Assistant” for the den: Lead and/or assist with the specific activities the den leader requested the den chief to prepare for.
  • Assist with set-up, song/skit/ceremony rehearsal and any pre-assigned den activities at the monthly pack meetings.
  • Participate in consistent communication with the the den leader so the den chief’s responsibilities for the den and pack meetings are clearly understood, prepared and organized.
  • Recognize and work with the denner as his right-hand man by giving the denner opportunities to serve.
  • Encourage Cub Scouts to become Webelos.
  • Encourage Webelos to become Boy Scouts.

The Den Chief is appointed by the Scoutmaster.  Troops can have multiple Den Chiefs.