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Honor Roll

   
2008 N/A
2009 N/A
2010 Harrison M
2011 Tony P
2012 Tony P
   
  Senior Patrol Leader

 
 

Responsible to

 

Scoutmaster and troop members

   
 

Specific Duties

 
  • Preside at all troop meetings, events, activities, and annual program planning conference.

  • Chair the Green Bars meetings.

  • Appoint boy leaders with the advice and consent of the Scoutmaster.

  • Assign duties and responsibilities to other junior leaders.

  • Work with the Scoutmaster in training junior leaders.

  • Set a good example.

  • Wear the Scout uniform correctly.

  • Live by the Scout Oath and Law.

  • Show and help develop Scout spirit.

 

Resources

 

There are many resources available to help you.  These include people such as your Scoutmaster, assistant Scoutmaster, and troop committee members.  Other resources include your fellow troop junior leaders, teachers, religious advisers, and community leaders.  Some literature resources that can help you follow:

  • Boy Scout Handbook

  • Junior Leader Handbook

  • Scoutmaster Handbook

  • Fieldbook

  • Boy Scout Songbook

  • Boy Scout Requirements

  • Troop Program Resources

  • Troop Program Features Vol. I, Vol. II, and Vol. III

  • Copies of worksheets from the Scoutmaster's Junior Leader Training Kit that relate to your area of responsibility

  • Boys' Life magazines

  • Merit badge pamphlets

  • Copy of troop rules and policies

  • Troop and patrol rosters

  • Activity calendars (troop, district, local council, chartered organization, school)

  • Troop Record Book

  • Campfire Program Planner sheet

  • Troop Planning Worksheet (from Troop Program Features)

     
     

 


 

Honor Roll

   
2008 N/A
2009 N/A
2010 N/A
2011 N/A
2012 N/A
   
  Assistant Senior Patrol Leader

 
 

Responsible to

 

Senior Patrol Leader

   
 

Specific Duties

 
  • Be responsible for training and giving direct leadership to the following appointed junior leaders:  historian, Order of the Arrow troop representative, scribe, librarian, instructor, quartermaster, and chaplain aide.

  • Help lead meetings and activities as called upon by the senior patrol leader.

  • Guide the troop in the senior patrol leader's absence.

  • Perform tasks assigned by the senior patrol leader.

  • Function as a member of the Green Bars meetings.

  • Set a good example.

  • Wear the Scout uniform correctly.

  • Live by the Scout Oath and Law.

  • Show and help develop Scout spirit.
 

Resources

 

There are many resources available to help you.  These include people such as your Scoutmaster, assistant Scoutmaster, and troop committee members.  Other resources include your fellow troop junior leaders, teachers, religious advisers, and community leaders.  Some literature resources that can help you follow:

  • Boy Scout Handbook

  • Junior Leader Handbook

  • Scoutmaster Handbook

  • Fieldbook

  • Boy Scout Songbook

  • Boy Scout Requirements

  • Troop Program Resources

  • Troop Program Features Vol. I, Vol. II, and Vol. III

  • Copies of worksheets from the Scoutmaster's Junior Leader Training Kit that relate to your area of responsibility

  • Boys' Life magazines

  • Merit badge pamphlets

  • Copy of troop rules and policies

  • Troop and patrol rosters

  • Activity calendars (troop, district, local council, chartered organization, school)

  • Campfire Program Planner sheet

  • Troop Planning Worksheet (from Troop Program Features)

     
     

 


 

Honor Roll

   

Scorpion Patrol
2008-current

2008 Ryan K
2009 Harrison M
2010 Ryan K
2011 Will M
2012 Will M
   

Cobra Patrol
2010-current

2010 William G
2011 Mike M
2012 Mike M
   
  Patrol Leader

 
 

Responsible to

 

Senior Patrol Leader

   
 

Specific Duties

 
  • Plan and lead patrol meetings and activities.

  • Keep patrol members informed.

  • Assign each patrol member a task and help them succeed.

  • Represent the patrol at all Green Bar meetings and the annual program planning conference.

  • Prepare the patrol to take part in all troop activities.

  • Show and develop patrol spirit.

  • Work with other troop leaders to make the troop run well.

  • Know what patrol members and other leaders can do.

  • Set a good example.

  • Wear the Scout uniform correctly.

  • Live by the Scout Oath and Law.
 

Resources

 

There are many resources available to help you.  These include people such as your Scoutmaster, assistant Scoutmaster, and troop committee members.  Other resources include your fellow troop junior leaders, teachers, religious advisers, and community leaders.  Some literature resources that can help you follow:

  • Boy Scout Handbook

  • Junior Leader Handbook

  • Fieldbook

  • Boy Scout Songbook

  • Boy Scout Requirements

  • Troop Program Resources

  • Troop Program Features Vol. I, Vol. II, and Vol. III

  • Copies of worksheets from the Scoutmaster's Junior Leader Training Kit that relate to your area of responsibility

  • Boys' Life magazines

  • Merit badge pamphlets

  • Copy of troop rules and policies

  • Troop and patrol rosters

  • Activity calendars (troop, district, local council, chartered organization, school)

  • First Class - First Year Tracking Sheet

  • Campfire Program Planner sheet

  • Troop Planning Worksheet (from Troop Program Features)

  • BSA Supply catalog

 
   
     

 


 

Honor Roll

   

Scorpion Patrol
2008-current

2008 Patrick K
2009 Will M
2010 Will M
2011 Ryan K
2012 Patrick K
   

Cobra Patrol
2010-current

2010 Mike M
2011 Nick J
2012 Jeremy P
   
  Assistant Patrol Leader

 
 

Responsible to

 

Patrol Leader

   
 

Specific Duties

 

Help the patrol leader.

  • Plan and lead patrol meetings and activities.

  • Keep patrol members informed.

  • Prepare your patrol to take part in all troop activities.

  • Lead the patrol in the patrol leader's absence.

  • Represent the patrol at all Green Bars meetings in the patrol leader's absence.

  • Show and help develop patrol spirit.

  • Work with other troop leaders to make the troop run well.

  • Set a good example.

  • Wear the Scout uniform correctly.

  • Live by the Scout Oath and Law.

 

Resources

 

There are many resources available to help you.  These include people such as your Scoutmaster, assistant Scoutmaster, and troop committee members.  Other resources include your fellow troop junior leaders, teachers, religious advisers, and community leaders.  Some literature resources that can help you follow:

  • Boy Scout Handbook

  • Junior Leader Handbook

  • Fieldbook

  • Boy Scout Songbook

  • Boy Scout Requirements

  • Troop Program Resources

  • Troop Program Features Vol. I, Vol. II, and Vol. III

  • Boys' Life magazines

  • Merit badge pamphlets

  • Copy of troop rules and policies

  • Patrol roster

  • Activity calendars (troop, district, local council, chartered organization, school)

  • First Class - First Year Tracking Sheet

  • Campfire Program Planner sheet

  • Troop Planning Worksheet (from Troop Program Features)

 
   
     

 


 

Honor Roll

   
2008 N/A
2009 N/A
2010 N/A
2011 N/A
2012 N/A
   
  Troop Guide

 
 

Responsible to

 

Assistant Scoutmaster of the new-Scout Patrol and Senior Patrol Leader

   
 

Specific Duties

 
  • Introduce new Scouts to Troop operations.
  • Guide new Scouts through early Scouting activities.
  • Shield new Scouts from harassment by older Scouts.
  • Help new Scouts earn the First Class rank in their first year.
  • Teach basic Scout skills.
  • Coach the patrol leader of the new-Scout patrol on his duties.
  • Work with the patrol leader at Green Bars meetings.
  • Attend Green Bars meetings with the patrol leader of the new-Scout patrol.
  • Assist the assistant Scoutmaster with training.
  • Coach individual Scouts on Scouting challenges.
  • Set a good example.
  • Wear the Scout uniform correctly.
  • Live by the Scout Oath and Law.
  • Show and help develop Scout spirit.
 

Resources

 

There are many resources available to help you.  These include people such as your Scoutmaster, assistant Scoutmaster, and troop committee members.  Other resources include your fellow troop junior leaders, teachers, religious advisers, and community leaders.  Some literature resources that can help you follow:

  • Boy Scout Handbook
  • Junior Leader Handbook
  • Fieldbook
  • Boy Scout Songbook
  • Boy Scout Requirements
  • Troop Program Resources
  • Troop Program Features Vol. I, Vol. II, and Vol. III
  • Boys' Life magazines
  • Copies of worksheets from the Scoutmaster's Junior Leader Training Kit that relate to your area of responsibility.
  • Copy of troop rules and policies
  • Patrol roster
  • Activity calendars (troop, district, local council, chartered organization, school)
  • First Class - First Year Tracking Sheet
  • Campfire Program Planner sheet
  • Troop Planning Worksheet (from Troop Program Features)
  • BSA Supply catalog

 
   
     

 


 

Honor Roll

   
2008 Will M
2009 Patrick K
2010 Vacant
2011 Vacant
2012 Vacant
   
  Historian

 
 

Responsible to

 

Assistant Senior Patrol Leader

   
 

Specific Duties

 
  • Gather pictures and facts about past activities of the troop and keep them in scrapbooks, wall displays, or information files.
  • Take care of troop trophies and keepsakes.
  • Keep information about troop alumni.
  • Set a good example.
  • Wear the Scout uniform correctly.
  • Live by the Scout Oath and Law.
  • Show and help develop Scout spirit.
 

Resources

 

There are many resources available to help you.  These include people such as your Scoutmaster, assistant Scoutmaster, and troop committee members.  Other resources include your fellow troop junior leaders, teachers, religious advisers, and community leaders.  Some literature resources that can help you follow:

  • Boy Scout Handbook
  • Junior Leader Handbook
  • Scoutmaster Handbook
  • Fieldbook
  • Boy Scout Songbook
  • Boy Scout Requirements
  • Troop Program Resources
  • Troop Program Features Vol. I, Vol. II, and Vol. III
  • Boys' Life magazines
  • Copy of troop rules and policies
  • Troop roster
  • Activity calendars (troop, district, local council, chartered organization, school)
  • Troop Record Book

 
   
     

 


 

Honor Roll

   
2008 N/A
2009 N/A
2010 N/A
2011 Andrew J
2012 Andrew J
   
  Order of the Arrow Troop Representative

 
 

Responsible to

 

Assistant Senior Patrol Leader

   
 

Specific Duties

 
  • Serve as a communication link between the lodge or chapter and the troop.
  • Encourage year-round and resident camping in the troop.
  • Encourage older-Scout participation in high-adventure programs.
  • Encourage Scouts to actively participate in community service projects.
  • Assist with leadership skills training in the troop.
  • Encourage Arrowmen to assume leadership positions in the troop.
  • Encourage Arrowmen in the troop to be active participants in lodge and/or chapter activities and to seal their membership in the Order by becoming Brotherhood members.
  • Set a good example.
  • Wear the Scout uniform correctly.
  • Live by the Scout Oath, Scout Law, and OA Obligation.
  • Show and help develop Scout spirit.
 

Resources

 

There are many resources available to help you.  These include people such as your Scoutmaster, assistant Scoutmaster, and troop committee members.  Other resources include your fellow troop junior leaders, teachers, Arrowmen in your troop, religious advisers, and community leaders.  Some literature resources that can help you follow:

  • Boy Scout Handbook
  • Junior Leader Handbook
  • Scoutmaster Handbook
  • Order of the Arrow Handbook
  • Guide for Officers and Advisers

 
   
     

 


 

Honor Roll

   
2008 Andrew J
2009 Andrew J
2010 Andrew J
2011 Patrick D
2012 Patrick D
   
  Librarian

 
 

Responsible to

 

Assistant Senior Patrol Leader

   
 

Specific Duties

 
  • Establish and maintain a troop library.
  • Keep records on literature owned by the troop.
  • Add new or replacement items as needed.
  • Have literature available for borrowing at troop meetings.
  • Maintain a system to check literature in and out.
  • Follow up on late returns.
  • Set a good example.
  • Wear the Scout uniform correctly.
  • Live by the Scout Oath and Law.
  • Show and help develop Scout spirit.
 

Resources

 

There are many resources available to help you.  These include people such as your Scoutmaster, assistant Scoutmaster, and troop committee members.  Other resources include your fellow troop junior leaders, teachers, religious advisers, and community leaders.  Some literature resources that can help you follow:

  • Boy Scout Handbook
  • Junior Leader Handbook
  • Scoutmaster Handbook
  • Fieldbook
  • Boy Scout Requirements
  • Troop Program Resources
  • Troop Program Features Vol. I, Vol. II, and Vol. III
  • Boys' Life magazines
  • Merit badge pamphlets
  • Copy of troop rules and policies
  • Troop roster
  • Activity calendars (troop, district, local council, chartered organization, school)
  • Troop Record Book
  • Varsity Scout Leader Guidebook
  • Varsity Scout Program Features Vol. I and Vol. II

 
   
     

 


 

Honor Roll

   
2008 Kyle G
2009 Ryan K
2010 Vacant
2011 Harrison M
2012 Harrison M
   
  Quartermaster

 
 

Responsible to

 

Assistant Senior Patrol Leader
 and works with the Troop Committee Equipment Coordinator

   
 

Specific Duties

 
  • Keep records of patrol and troop equipment.
  • Keep equipment in good repair.
  • Keep equipment storage area neat and clean.
  • Issue equipment and see that it is returned in good order.
  • Suggest new or replacement items.
  • Work with troop committee member responsible for equipment.
  • Set a good example.
  • Wear the Scout uniform correctly.
  • Live by the Scout Oath and Law.
  • Show and help develop Scout spirit.
 

Resources

 

There are many resources available to help you.  These include people such as your Scoutmaster, assistant Scoutmaster, and troop committee members.  Other resources include your fellow troop junior leaders, teachers, religious advisers, and community leaders.  Some literature resources that can help you follow:

  • Boy Scout Handbook
  • Junior Leader Handbook
  • Fieldbook
  • Boy Scout Songbook
  • Boy Scout Requirements
  • Troop Program Resources
  • Troop Program Features Vol. I, Vol. II, and Vol. III
  • Boys' Life magazines
  • Copy of troop rules and policies
  • Troop roster
  • Activity calendars (troop, district, local council, chartered organization, school)
  • Troop Record Book
  • BSA Supply catalog
  • Troop equipment inventory book

 
   
     

 


 

Honor Roll

   
2008 N/A
2009 Charlie R
2010 Charlie R
2011 Vacant
2012 Vacant
   
  Scribe

 
 

Responsible to

 

Assistant Senior Patrol Leader
and works with Troop Committee Treasurer

   
 

Specific Duties

 
  • Attend and keep a log of Green Bars meetings.
  • Record attendance and dues payments of all troop members.
  • Record advancement in troop records and on Troop Advancement chart.
  • Work with appropriate troop committee members responsible for finance, records, and advancement.
  • Set a good example.
  • Wear the Scout uniform correctly.
  • Live by the Scout Oath and Law.
  • Show and help develop Scout spirit.
  • Handle correspondence appropriately.
 

Resources

 

There are many resources available to help you.  These include people such as your Scoutmaster, assistant Scoutmaster, and troop committee members.  Other resources include your fellow troop junior leaders, teachers, religious advisers, and community leaders.  Some literature resources that can help you follow:

  • Boy Scout Handbook
  • Junior Leader Handbook
  • Boy Scout Requirements
  • Troop Program Resources
  • Troop Program Features Vol. I, Vol. II, and Vol. III
  • Boys' Life magazines
  • Copy of troop rules and policies
  • Troop and patrol roster
  • Activity calendars (troop, district, local council, chartered organization, school)
  • Troop Record Book
  • First Class - First Year Tracking Sheet

 
   
     

 


 

Honor Roll

   
2008 N/A
2009 N/A
2010 N/A
2011 N/A
2012 N/A
   
  Instructor

 
 

Responsible to

 

Assistant Senior Patrol Leader

   
 

Specific Duties

 
  • Instruct Scouting skills as needed within the troop or patrols.
  • Prepare well in advance for each teaching assignment.
  • Set a good example.
  • Wear the Scout uniform correctly.
  • Live by the Scout Oath and Law.
  • Show and help develop Scout spirit.
 

Resources

 

There are many resources available to help you.  These include people such as your Scoutmaster, assistant Scoutmaster, and troop committee members.  Other resources include your fellow troop junior leaders, teachers, religious advisers, and community leaders.  Some literature resources that can help you follow:

  • Boy Scout Handbook
  • Junior Leader Handbook
  • Scoutmaster Handbook
  • Fieldbook
  • Boy Scout Songbook
  • Boy Scout Requirements
  • Troop Program Resources
  • Troop Program Features Vol. I, Vol. II, and Vol. III
  • Boys' Life magazines
  • Merit badge pamphlets
  • Copy of troop rules and policies
  • Activity calendars (troop, district, local council, chartered organization, school)
  • First Class - First Year Tracking Sheet
  • Troop Planning Worksheet (from Troop Program Features)
  • BSA Supply catalog

 
   
     

 


 

Honor Roll

   
2008 N/A
2009 Kyle G
2010 Nick J
2011 ???
2012 ???
   
  Chaplain Aide

 
 

Responsible to

 

Assistant Senior Patrol Leader
and works with Chaplain

   
 

Specific Duties

 
  • Keep troop leaders appraised of religious holidays when planning activities.
  • Assist the troop chaplain or religious coordinator in meeting the religious needs of troop members while on activities.
  • Encourage saying grace at meals while camping or on activities.
  • Lead "Scouts own" services on campouts.
  • Tell troop members about the religious emblems program for their faith.
  • Set a good example.
  • Wear the Scout uniform correctly.
  • Live by the Scout Oath and Law.
  • Show and help develop Scout spirit
 

Resources

 

There are many resources available to help you.  These include people such as your Scoutmaster, assistant Scoutmaster, and troop committee members.  Other resources include your fellow troop junior leaders, teachers, religious advisers, and community leaders.  Some literature resources that can help you follow:

  • Boy Scout Handbook
  • Junior Leader Handbook
  • Boy Scout Songbook
  • Boy Scout Requirements
  • Boys' Life magazines
  • Copy of troop rules and policies
  • Troop roster
  • Activity calendars (troop, district, local council, chartered organization, school)
  • Appropriate prayer books for troop members.
  • Campfire Program Planner sheet
  • Troop Planning Worksheet (from Troop Program Features)

 
   
     

 


 

Honor Roll

   

Pack 042 Webelos

2009
Webelos II - P042
Will M
2010
2011
Webelos I - P042
Webelos II - P042
earned Den Chief Award
Tony P
   
  Den Chief - Webelos

 
 

Responsible to

 

Assistant Scoutmaster of the new-Scout Patrol
also the Cub Scout Den Leader and Cubmaster of the Pack

   
 

Specific Duties

 
  • Serve as the activities assistant at den meetings
  • Meet regularly with the den leader to review the den and pack meeting plans.
  • If serving as a Webelos den chief; help prepare boys to join Boy Scouting.
  • Project a positive image of Boy Scouting.
  • Set a good example.
  • Wear the Scout uniform correctly.
  • Live by the Scout Oath and Law.
  • Show and help develop Scout spirit
 

Resources

 

There are many resources available to help you.  These include people such as your Scoutmaster, assistant Scoutmaster, and troop committee members as well as the Cubmaster and Den Leader.  Other resources include your fellow troop junior leaders, teachers, religious advisers, and community leaders.  Some literature resources that can help you follow:

  • Boy Scout Handbook
  • Junior Leader Handbook
  • Fieldbook
  • Boy Scout Songbook
  • Den Chief Handbook
  • Den Chief Training
  • Webelos Cub Scout Rank Activity Book
  • Boys' Life magazines
  • Copy of troop rules and policies
  • Activity calendars (troop, district, local council, chartered organization, school)
  • BSA Supply catalog

 
   
     

 


 

Honor Roll

   
2010
Bear - P042
Peter B
2011
Wolf - P042
David C
2011
General - P042
earned Den Chief Award
Patrick K
   


 

  Den Chief - Lion, Tiger, Wolf, or Bear Dens

 
 

Responsible to

 

Assistant Scoutmaster of the new-Scout Patrol
also the Cub Scout Den Leader and Cubmaster of the Pack

   
 

Specific Duties                                      Den Chief Awards - Ropes and Requirements

 
  • Serve as the activities assistant at den meetings
  • Meet regularly with the den leader to review the den and pack meeting plans.
  • If serving as a Webelos den chief; help prepare boys to join Boy Scouting.
  • Project a positive image of Boy Scouting.
  • Set a good example.
  • Wear the Scout uniform correctly.
  • Live by the Scout Oath and Law.
  • Show and help develop Scout spirit
 

Resources

 

There are many resources available to help you.  These include people such as your Scoutmaster, assistant Scoutmaster, and troop committee members as well as the Cubmaster and Den Leader.  Other resources include your fellow troop junior leaders, teachers, religious advisers, and community leaders.  Some literature resources that can help you follow:

  • Boy Scout Handbook
  • Junior Leader Handbook
  • Fieldbook
  • Boy Scout Songbook
  • Den Chief Handbook
  • Den Chief Training
  • Appropriate Cub Scout Rank Activity Book
  • Boys' Life magazines
  • Copy of troop rules and policies
  • Activity calendars (troop, district, local council, chartered organization, school)
  • BSA Supply catalog

 
   
     

 


 

Honor Roll

   
2008 N/A
2009 N/A
2010 N/A
2011 Christopher K
2012 N/A
   
  Junior Assistant Scoutmaster

 
 

Responsible to

 

Scoutmaster

   
 

Specific Duties                                      Den Chief Awards - Ropes and Requirements

 
  • Function as an assistant Scoutmaster (except for leadership responsibilities reserved for adults 18 and 21 years of age or older).
  • Accomplish any duties assigned by the Scoutmaster.
  • Set a good example.
  • Wear the Scout uniform correctly.
  • Live by the Scout Oath and Law.
  • Show and help develop Scout spirit.
 

Resources

 

There are many resources available to help you.  These include people such as your Scoutmaster, assistant Scoutmaster, and troop committee members.  Other resources include your fellow troop junior leaders, teachers, religious advisers, and community leaders.  Some literature resources that can help you follow:

  • Boy Scout Handbook
  • Junior Leader Handbook
  • Scoutmaster Handbook
  • Fieldbook
  • Boy Scout Songbook
  • Boy Scout Requirements
  • Troop Program Resources
  • Troop Program Features Vol. I, Vol. II, and Vol. III
  • Boys' Life magazines
  • Merit badge pamphlets
  • Copy of troop rules and policies
  • Troop and patrol rosters
  • Activity calendars (troop, district, local council, chartered organization, school)
  • Troop Record Book
  • First Class - First Year Tracking Sheet
  • Campfire Program Planner sheet
  • Troop Planning Worksheet (from Troop Program Features)
  • BSA Supply catalog