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2017 BYLAWS

Cub Scout Pack 44

By-Laws

 

 Approved: April 21, 2017


1            Proclamation................................................................................................................ 3

2            Cub Scout Core Values............................................................................................... 3

3            Pack Mission and Objectives....................................................................................... 3

4            Membership Expectations........................................................................................... 3

4.1              Pack Expectations – The Pack Expects:.............................................................. 3

4.2              Parental Expectations – Parents Can Expect:...................................................... 4

4.3              Cub Scout Expectations – Cub Scouts can expect:............................................. 4

4.4              Leader Expectations – Leaders can expect:........................................................ 5

5            Pack Leadership "Akela"............................................................................................. 5

5.1              The Pack Committee........................................................................................... 5

5.2              Pack & Den Leaders............................................................................................ 6

6            Pack Leadership Selections & Appointments............................................................. 6

6.1              Selection Process................................................................................................. 6

6.2              Vacating an Office.............................................................................................. 7

6.3              Removal from Office.......................................................................................... 7

6.4              Filling Vacancies................................................................................................. 7

7            Duties of the Committee Leadership.......................................................................... 7

7.1              Pack Committee Chair......................................................................................... 7

7.2              Treasurer.............................................................................................................. 8

7.3              Secretary.............................................................................................................. 8

7.4              Media Relations................................................................................................... 8

7.5              Pack Trainer......................................................................................................... 8

7.6              Quartermaster...................................................................................................... 9

7.7              Cubmaster............................................................................................................ 9

7.8              Membership/ Recruitment Chairman................................................................... 9

7.9              Advancement/Awards Chairman........................................................................ 9

7.10          Popcorn Kernel………………………………………………………………...10

7.11          Events/Outdoor Chairman……………………………………………………..10

8            Duties of Pack Leadership........................................................................................ 10

8.1              Cubmaster.......................................................................................................... 10

8.2              Assistant Cubmaster.......................................................................................... 10

8.3              Den Leaders...................................................................................................... 11

8.4              Assistant Den Leaders....................................................................................... 11

8.5              Den Chiefs......................................................................................................... 11

9            Meetings.................................................................................................................... 11

9.1              General Expectations......................................................................................... 11

9.2              Leaders/Committee Meetings............................................................................ 12

9.3              Proposal and Motion Process............................................................................ 12

9.4              Voting Process................................................................................................... 12

10                Pack Finances........................................................................................................ 12

10.1          Budget............................................................................................................... 13

10.2          Dues................................................................................................................... 13

10.3          Pack Donations.................................................................................................. 13

10.4          Popcorn Sales.................................................................................................... 13


1         Proclamation

The purpose of these by-laws is to help pass down the collective wisdom of the leaders that have gone before to ensure that Pack 44 continues to be one of the premier youth programs in the Greater Manchester Community and Jersey Shore Council.

These by-laws are not meant to substitute for common sense and the official BSA Leaders Handbook. Rather, they are intended to help guide Pack 44 and its leaders so they will continue to operate a successful Pack. Please refer to the BSA Leaders Handbook for further information about Cub Scouting.

2         Cub Scout Core Values

All Pack 44 members will strive to embody the following core values of Cub Scouting:

 

  1. Citizenship: Contributing service and showing responsibility to local, state, and national communities.
  2. Compassion: Being kind and considerate, and showing concern for the well being of others.
  3. Cooperation: Being helpful and working together with others toward a common goal.
  4. Courage: Being brave and doing what is right regardless of our fears, the difficulties, or the consequences.
  5. Faith: Having inner strength and confidence based on our trust in God.
  6. Health and Fitness: Being personally committed to keeping our minds and bodies clean and fit.
  7. Honesty: Telling the truth and being worthy of trust.
  8. Perseverance: Sticking with something and not giving up, even if it is difficult.
  9. Positive Attitude: Being cheerful and setting our minds to look for and find the best in all situations.
  10. Resourcefulness: Using human and other resources to their fullest.
  11. Respect: Showing regard for the worth of something or someone.
  12. Responsibility: Fulfilling our duty to God, country, other people, and ourselves.

 

3         Pack Mission and Objectives

It is the mission of Pack 44, Jersey Devil District, to instill the core values of the Scouting journey while providing a safe environment for all Cub Scouts.

 

4         Membership Expectations

The following are expectations that each part of the organization can have.

 

4.1   Pack Expectations – The Pack Expects:

  1. Each Cub Scout will take away treasured memories of his time in Pack 44.
  2. Parents to be involved in and attend as many Pack functions as possible. This especially means den and Pack meetings.
  3. Cub Scouts will actively participate in at least 2 fundraising activity each year to contribute towards properly funding the Pack 44 program.

       3B  Cub Scouts are required to participate in popcorn sales

  1. Parents and leaders will supervise Scouts at all times
  2. Parents will fulfill their Cub Scout's financial obligations to the Pack by paying their respective dues and fees no later than October 15th.
  3. Cub Scouts to wear their prescribed uniforms properly as shown in their current Cub Scout and Leader books. Parents are expected to purchase the Scout’s uniform, required patches, hat, scarf, slide and book. Lost or missing uniform items should be replaced as soon as possible. "Fair share" use of donated uniform items kept in the Scout Closet is encouraged to minimize the expense of uniforms.
  4. Den Leaders will plan and execute an interesting and enriching program for their respective dens throughout the Scouting year.

 

4.2   Parental Expectations – Parents Can Expect:

  1. A safe environment where their Scout will learn to “Do his best.”
  2. That all registered leaders and committee members will be fully trained and prepared in their respective positions by November 1st.
  3. To participate in the Cub Scout program with their scout. (Cub Scouting is a family organization.)
  4. To be asked to offer their skills and abilities to help the den and/or Pack function including the possibility of assuming a Pack Committee or Leadership position. Parental involvement is essential for delivering the Cub Scouting promise.
  5. Adult leaders to properly safeguard and use sensitive information contained in the Scout Manager and other Pack/den records.  Inappropriate use of or failure to protect that sensitive information should immediately be reported to the Cubmaster and Pack Committee Chairman and is sufficient grounds, if warranted, for immediate dismissal from all Pack 44 leadership positions and possible withdrawal of BSA registration.
  6. That the Pack Leadership will work with families in a discrete manner if they have difficultly or cannot fulfill their scout’s financial obligations.

          6B. Parents will fill out the appropriate applications and submit to their Den Leaders.

 

4.3   Cub Scout Expectations – Cub Scouts can expect:

  1. The Pack to provide them a safe and respectful environment in which to learn and grow
  2. To have fun!
  3. To learn new skills.
  4. To learn how to live the 12 Values of the Scout Law
  5. To transition from the Cub Scout program to Boy Scouts as smoothly as possible.
    1. To have formal and ongoing training provided for their respective position(s).
    2. To attend weekly or monthly Den and Pack meetings as required.
    3. To encourage parental involvement in planning and conducting weekly den meetings.
    4. To receive the appropriate Leadership Handbook to support their den program.

4.4   Leader Expectations – Leaders can expect:

 

5         Pack Leadership "Akela"

Each Cub Scout's success and enjoyment depends upon guidance and participation of his Akela mentor (both uniformed/registered volunteers and parents). Cub Scouting is a parent-driven organization whereas Boy Scouting is a boy driven organization. The best Pack or Den leader will fail without active involvement by our Parent Leaders!

 

With that said, there are several positions that need to be filled by volunteers to ensure a successful Pack program.  The Pack has two types of BSA registered leadership positions. Pack Committee positions are responsible for overall Pack operations support. The Pack/den positions are responsible for executing the program operations. Final approval of any registered leader in Pack 44 rests with the Chartering Organizational Representative (COR), and the Pack Committee Chairman.

 

5.1 The Pack Committee

Day to day responsibilities for operational support of the Pack falls on the Pack Committee. The registered volunteers who comprise the Pack Committee will directly guide the Pack on any business that comes before it. The Pack Committee’s primary focus will be to work with and support the Pack Leaders with the program they prepare.

 

Committee-level positions include the following positions:

(If 1 person volunteers the committee will interview, then 3/4 committee approval needed. If 2 or more leaders volunteer, then majority vote wins)

 

  1. Pack Committee Chair (tie breaker)
  2. Treasurer
  3. Secretary
  4. Media Relations
  5. Pack Trainer
  6. Quartermaster
  7. Events Chair
  8. Membership/Recruitment Chair
  9. Advancement/Awards Chair
  10. Popcorn Kernel/Fundraising

 

Positions with no vote

 

Chartered Organizational Representative (COR)

 

 

 

Each of those individuals will have one vote concerning Pack business especially as it relates to Pack finances.  This does not preclude Pack & den leaders from voicing their opinions as it relates to the Pack Program.

The Pack Committee is encouraged to take these opinions under consideration when deliberating Pack business. The Pack Committee will be responsible for performing the following duties:

 

  1. Establishing Annual Dues
  2. Approving the Annual Operating Budget
  3. Approving changes to the Operating Budget
  4. Audit Pack Financial Records
  5. Ensuring the registered leaders are fully trained in a timely manner

 

5.2 Pack & Den Leaders

Pack Leaders are responsible for planning and executing the overall Pack Program. The following positions are considered Pack level positions:

 

  1. Cubmaster
  2. Assistant Cubmaster (s)
    1. Den Leaders
    2. Assistant Den Leaders
      1. Den Chiefs

 

6         Pack Leadership Selections & Appointments

6.1 Selection Process

  1. The Chartered Organization Representative's (COR) approval is required per BSA policy for any registered leadership position.
  2. All registered leaders are subject to BSA policies for selection to and removal from office and vacation from office as outlined in the “Removal from Office” section of these By-Laws. No leader will hold any position without the COR's review and affirmative support.
  3. The Cubmaster is selected by a Committee interview/vote.
  4. The Assistant Cubmaster will be appointed by the Cubmaster.

 

6.1.1     Pack Committee Chair

  1. The Pack Committee Chair shall be selected by the COR.
  2. The Pack Committee Chair will have his or her references reviewed and contacted by the COR.
  3. Nominations and selection of new Pack Committee Chair will take place before the January Pack meeting each year. This should provide sufficient time for a smooth transition and comprehensive turnover to take place.

 

6.1.2     Committee Members

  1. The Pack Committee Chair will be responsible for soliciting Pack Committee members and review their references.
  2. A leader can hold a Committee position, except for Cubmaster and Chair.

 

 

  1. The Committee Chair will present his or her nominations to the existing Pack Committee at the December leaders meeting for discussion and feedback before seeking the COR's final approval.
  2. If nominees are rejected by the COR, the Committee Chair shall actively seek other qualified nominees until all essential positions are filled.
  3. It is the Committee Chair’s responsibility to ensure that leader applications are completed, signed by the COR, and submitted to Jersey Shore Council for final approval.

 

6.2     Vacating an Office

  1. A registered leader may at any time willfully step down from office when they feel they are not able to adequately fulfill their duties.
  2. When feasible, registered leaders should provide the Committee Chair and Cubmaster one month's notice of their intent to vacate a position.

 

6.3     Removal from Office

  1. Per BSA policy, all registered leaders serve at the pleasure of the Chartering Organization as represented first by the Committee Chair, then the COR.
  2. Appeals from Pack Committee members for the removal of either other committee members or Pack Leaders from their position can be made to the Committee Chair, then the COR, in that sequence.
  3. Ultimately, the Institutional Head's decision to retain or remove leaders from Pack 44 is final without appeal.

 

6.4     Filling Vacancies

  1. The Committee Chair will temporarily assume the former officer’s position until that position is properly filled.
  2. If the office of the Committee Chair is vacated, the COR will assume the role of Committee Chair until a new Committee Chair is appointed per section 6.1.1.

 

7   Duties of the Committee Leadership

7.1 Pack Committee Chair

  1. Presides over all Pack Committee meetings, and work with the Cubmaster on all official functions and events.
  2. Maintain decorum in committee meetings through the reasonable use of Roberts Rules of Parliamentary Procedure at the discretion of the Pack Committee Chair
  3. Acts as the liaison for the Pack to the COR, the Jersey Shore Council
  4. Provides clear expectations of committee members.
  5. Makes final decisions for the Pack in an emergency.
  6. Attend minimum BSA-required training for his position as soon as possible.
  7. Delegate’s tasks to committee members.
    1. Drafts and maintains a detailed Pack budget for each year
    2. Maintains all Pack accounts (including bank checking, Council store, and Council "escrow" accounts)
    3. Ensures that names listed on accounts for withdrawing money and signing checks are current
    4. Responsible for knowing all account balances at all times
    5. Maintains all records accurately regarding the financial status of the Pack
    6. Reports all Pack finances at meetings.
    7. Reports all disbursements and revenues since the last leaders meeting during officer report
    8. Attend minimum BSA-required training for this position as soon as possible.
    9. Responsible for collection of dues and other accounts receivable.
    10. Responsible for checkbook and having checks available at all Pack and Leaders meetings
    11. Responsible for cash box at events where the cash box is required.

7.2     Treasurer

 

7.3     Secretary

  1. Maintains and preserves the Pack By-laws.
  2. Brings a copy of the current set of By-laws to all meetings for reference.
  3. Records all business and attendance at leader’s meetings by taking minutes
  4. Delivers these minutes to the Pack Committee chair as soon as possible for review and distribution to the other members of the Pack Committee.
  5. Keeps a printed hardcopy of these minutes for future reference
  6. Distributes the minutes (in .doc formatted attachment) within 1 week of meeting by email pending previous approval by Cubmaster and Committee member
  7. Attend minimum BSA-required training for their position as soon as possible.
  8. Keeps an on-going list of new motions during meetings.
  9. Sign consent to record meetings.
  10. Maintain Scout Manager information.

 

7.4     Media Relations

  1. Maintains a photo album of Pack events
  2. Creates a slide show of images from the year
  3. Archives any newspaper articles, letters, or other correspondence concerning the Pack or its members.
  4. Attend minimum BSA-required training for his position as soon as possible.
  5. Access to a digital camera is strongly recommended
  6. Creates and contributes appropriate content to the Pack's web site and other approved communication tools/resources.

 

7.5     Pack Trainer

  1. Maintains a current and accurate record of all Leaders' training status to Scout Manager.
  2. Proactively advises leaders of their respective training shortfalls and foreseeable needs.
  3. Attend minimum BSA-required training for his position as soon as possible.
  4. Alerts Pack Leadership as training opportunities arise.
    1. Maintains and inventories Pack property either held in the Scout Closet or other authorized locations including leaders' homes.
    2. Supervise and document receipt and delivery/issuance of all Pack property in the Pack's Scout Closet.
    3. Attend minimum BSA-required training for his position as soon as possible.
    4. Orders new supplies and equipment upon approval of the Pack Committee.
    5. Works with Den Leaders to ensure they have the supplies necessary to execute pack programs.
    6. Tows the pack trailer
    7. There is no reimbursement for tolls, gas or mileage.
    8. Proof of current Insurance on file.

7.6     Quartermaster

 

7.7     Cubmaster

1.   The Cubmaster’s responsibilities are described in Section 8.1.

 

7.8     Membership/Recruitment Chairman

  1. Primarily responsible for assisting with and collecting, then submitting accurate and complete Cub Scout and Leader registration applications to Council.
  2. Ensure a sufficient supply of blank youth and adult registration forms are available at weekly meetings, recruiting events, Pack activities, and fundraisers.
  3. Completed applications should be expeditiously submitted to Jersey Shore Council to ensure those members are immediately covered by BSA insurance and to initiate their Boys Life (Scouts) or Scouting (adults) magazine subscriptions. Maintain the Pack's file of hardcopy registration forms for future reference – especially during the annual recharter process.
  4. Ensure all required registration information is properly documented.
  5. Assist registered Cub Scouts and leaders who transfer to and from other units to collect and consolidate their Scouting records.
  6. Coordinate with the Pack's treasurer and den leaders to collect, document, and account for payment of registration fees and dues.
  7. Plan and execute recruitment at local elementary schools.
  8. Work with council to coordinate recruitment events.
  9. Attend minimum BSA-required training for their position as soon as possible.

 

7.9     Advancement Chairman

  1. Coordinate with pack and den leaders to ensure they record all Scouts' advancement and participation information properly and expeditiously using Scout Manager
  2. Prepare monthly advancement reports using Scout Manager for review and comment by Pack and den leaders to ensure accuracy.
  3. Purchase and prepare necessary advancement and recognition items from Jersey Shore Council as directed by the Committee Chair ensuring compliance with all applicable BSA policies and procedures.
  4. Ensure items not presented are properly distributed to the respective den leader for delivery to the appropriate Scout or leader

 

7.10          Popcorn Kernel

  1. Pick up popcorn from council and distribute to the pack.
  2. Supply popcorn and supervise all show-n-sells per council and district policies.
  3. Determine schedule and publish where and when show-n-sells are to occur.
  4. Track the amount of popcorn each scout checks out and returns by means of paper receipt. Tracking should be done in duplicate one copy to each scout and Kernel at the time of transaction. If tracking is done by software then the scout should still be given a hand written receipt at time of check out/in.
  5. Verify to scout’s parent/guardian the total amount of popcorn sold and credited donations collected at the end of each show-n-sell.
  6. Turn in all funds collected from popcorn sales and donations with copies of all receipts to the treasurer at least weekly and as needed.
  7. Set ground rules for when and where, with the help and approval of the committee, popcorn can be checked in and out.
  8. Name top selling Scout and top selling Scout per rank in the Pack at Leaders and Pack meetings.
  9. Attend minimum BSA-required training for their position as soon as possible.

 

7.11  Events/Outdoors Chairman

 

  1. Plan, schedules and attends at least 3 fundraising activities
  2. Plan semi-annual calendar of events.
  3. Distributes calendar of events to all pack members pending leader approval.
  4. Collect all monies due and maintains all record keeping.
  5. Attend all events for free, child pays for events.
  6. Gives all monies to Treasurer with spreadsheet.
  7. Attend minimum BSA-required training for their position as soon as possible.

 

8   Duties of Pack Leadership

8.1 Cubmaster

  1. Coordinates the total Cub Scout program in the Pack.
  2. Works directly with the Pack Committee and Cub Scout Den Leaders.
  3. Attend minimum BSA-required training for his position as soon as possible.
  4. Plans the Pack programs with the help of other leaders.
  5. Organizes and runs monthly Pack meetings.
  6. Responsible for oversight of advancement of the boys in the Pack.

 

8.2     Asst. Cubmaster

  1. Assists the Cubmaster as needed being prepared at all times to fulfill the Cubmaster's role in his absence.
  2. Attend minimum BSA-required training for their position as soon as possible.
  3. Provides oversight of Den Chiefs and ensures they are trained on the proper function.
  4. Works with the Cubmaster to perform other program related duties as requested.
  5. Attends meetings and events to retain position.

 

8.3     Den Leaders

  1. Provide leadership in carrying out the Pack program and plans their own den's activities.
  2. Help the Cubmaster and Pack Committee recruit boys.
  3. Attend minimum BSA-required training for their position as soon as possible.
  4. Track and document all aspects of their Cub Scouts' progress and participation using Packmaster software.
  5. Develop and maintain a good working relationship and open communication with den families.
  6. Mentors assigned den chiefs by helping them develop leadership and organization skills through assignment of increasing responsibilities

 

8.4     Assistant Den Leaders

  1. Help their den leader as needed.
  2. Be ready to fill in for the den leader as needed.
  3. Attend minimum BSA-required training for their position as soon as possible.
  4. Help establish a close working relationship with the den leader and den chief.

 

8.5     Den Chiefs

  1. Know the purposes of Cub Scouting.
  2. Serve as the activities assistant of den meetings.
  3. Attend minimum BSA-required training for their position as soon as possible.
  4. Set a good example through attitude and proper wearing of the Scout uniform.
  5. Encourage Cub Scouts to continue in Webelos & Boy Scouting.

 

9   Meetings

9.1  General Expectations

The Pack holds four types of meetings, Leaders, Pack, Den and Committee. Pack, Den and Leader meetings are the responsibilities of the Cubmaster (Pack meetings) and the den leaders (den meetings). The Pack Committee Chair is responsible for the Committee meetings. These by-laws govern Leaders meetings as business is conducted in those meetings. The Cubmaster and den leaders may conduct Pack and Den meetings as they deem best to fulfill the spirit and purposes of Scouting with BSA guidelines.

 

  1. All Dens (leader and/or assisted leader) are expected to attend the monthly Leaders meetings, to retain their position.
  2. Parents are encouraged to attend Den meetings often to observe and contribute to the adult leadership.
  3. All questions, suggestions, and concerns should be addressed to the Pack Committee Chair for consideration when the den leader and/or Cubmaster are unable to adequately resolve them. In particular, the Pack Committee Chair and Cubmaster should both be notified when safety or Youth Protection violations may occur.
  4. Adult leaders and parents should deal with disagreements in a mature manner as an example to Scouts of how differences of opinions should be handled by adults.
  5. The Committee Chair will organize and proactively publish a time and place for leaders and parents to meet.
  6. Committee members must attend at least 7 meetings a year, to retain their position

 

9.2     Leaders/Committee Meetings

  1. Leaders should be meeting at least once a month whenever they are actively planning or hosting events
  2. Any Leaders meeting attendee may speak but only after being recognized by the Pack Committee chair.
  3. Only Pack committee members may offer motions.
  4. Usually, Pack business and financial matters will be discussed at Committee meetings. Pack meetings should remain focused on recognizing Cub Scout achievements and promoting participation in Scouting activities.
  5. For the purposes of good order and efficiency, Roberts Rules of Parliamentary Procedure should be followed as closely as possible. The Pack Committee Chair will be responsible for adherence to those Rules and maintaining decorum and the over pace of the meeting.

 

9.3     Proposal and Motion Process

Any Pack Committee member may present a proposal in ‘new business’ provided the following  steps are taken:

  1. Notify the Committee Chair if possible before the meeting so that the proposal can be added to the agenda.
  2. The proposed motion will be read aloud once, amended by members’ motions, and then voted on in the finalized form.
  3. Simple majority vote of those present will pass a proposal.

 

9.4     Voting Process

  1. Committee Members will vote only for motions for which they qualify as outlined in section 5.1 of these By-laws.
  2. It is the Committee Chair’s duty to ensure that appropriate members vote on each motion.
  3. A simple majority vote of those present is required to carry a motion unless stated otherwise in these By-laws.
  4. The Chair will count any votes and announce the results.
  5. Five or more members are needed to vote to pass a vote

 

10  Pack Finances

The Pack will operate on a fiscal calendar of July 1st through June 30th of each year. The Pack raises money to fund the Pack Program through various means each year. Those sources of funds include:

 

  1. Dues
  2. Donations
  3. Popcorn Sales
  4. Pack Meeting Raffles
  5. Concession Sales at Pack Events
  6. Fundraising

 

As the primary Pack fiduciary, it is the Pack committee’s responsibility to ensure that those funds are used in the most efficient and effective way possible. It is the Pack Committee’s job to also set annual dues and popcorn sales goals each year to ensure that the Pack Program can be properly funded.  This is done through the Pack Budget Process.

 

10.1          Budget

  1. The Pack will operate on a balanced budget. It is the Pack Committee Chair and Treasurer’s responsibility to ensure that that occurs.
  2. A draft of each year’s budget will be proposed to the Pack Committee at the May leaders meeting the year before the budgeted year.
  3. The budget is finalized and voted on at the last leaders meeting of the fiscal year.
  4. The Pack budget can be modified at any Committee meeting where a majority of committee members are present.

 

10.2          Dues

  1. It is the responsibility of the Pack Committee to set annual dues. This is done through the budget process.
  2. Dues must be paid in full by October 15th .
  3. Payment arrangements with individual scouts can be made as long as the Treasurer, Pack Committee Chair, and Scout’s family agree on the terms.

 

10.3          Pack Donations

1. Donations made to the pack, regardless of when or where they are made, will be deposited into the general pack fund to be used to fund Pack programs.

 

10.4          Popcorn Sales

  1. Popcorn sales goals should be made to ensure that the Pack program is adequately funded in combination with Pack dues.
  2. Incentives for Popcorn sales should be discussed and approved by the Pack Committee before the beginning of the next fiscal year.
  3. It is the responsibility of the Popcorn Kernel to ensure that popcorn finances are reported to the Pack Treasurer on a weekly basis and tracked appropriately.
  4. It is the Pack Treasurer’s responsibility to verify all popcorn sales and donations for each scout as received from Popcorn Kernel.
  5. It is the Pack Treasurer’s responsibility to ensure that all popcorn funds due to council are paid in a timely manner, normally one month.
  6. It is the Pack Treasurer’s responsibility to follow up on bad checks.
  7. All bank fees are due by Scout family.
  8. It is the Pack Committee Chair’s responsibility to resolve any issues that arise between the Popcorn Kernel and parents.
  9. All donations received while selling popcorn will be added to the scout’s total amount of popcorn sold to apply for Pack prizes only.
  10. Donations collected during popcorn sales will be credited equally to all scouts that participated.

 

11  Acknowledgement Form

  1. It is the Committee Chairman’s responsibility to ensure the Acknowledgment form is signed by a parent/guardian of each scout in  2 weeks.

 

Pack 44 By-Laws

Cub Scout & Parent Acknowledgement Form

 

 

  1. I have read the By-Laws for Cub Scout Pack 44 and I understand all of the provisions set forth.

 

  1. I recognize that standards of conduct are necessary in any organization and that disciplinary action may be taken by the Cubmaster as necessary to maintain order in accordance with the guidelines set forth by the Pack 44 By- Laws.

 

  1. By my signature, I have agreed to abide by these By-Laws as well as any revisions to the By-Laws that are enacted by the Pack Committee.

 

Print Scout’s name:                                                                  _________________

 

Print Parent’s name:                                                                _________________

 

Parent’s Signature:                                                                  _________________

 

Date:                             

 

 

**Note this form should be completed and returned to the Den Leader within 2 weeks of receipt.

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