How Cub Scouting Works

Cub Scouting is designed to provide opportunities for families to work and play together, to have fun together, and to get to know each other a little better. Parents are an integral part of Cub Scouting.


As a Cub Scout, your son is a part of a group of boys his own age called a DEN. With his Den, your son will build confidence and self-esteem and earn recognition. He will also gain a sense of personal achievement from the new skills he learns. Dens are usually between 6 and 10 boys with one or two parents who are the Den Leaders. Most Dens meet twice a month. Den meetings have games, crafts, songs, ceremonies and lots of FUN!


The PACK is led by a Cubmaster and is made up of several Dens. Your son’s Den will meet once a month as part of the Pack. These meetings are a time for boys to be recognized for their accomplishments, and to have fun with the entire family. The Pack will also hold several special activities each year.

Cub Scout Pack Organizational Chart



Cody Villar

Everything the Cubmaster does is aimed at helping the individual boy. Securing strong leaders, planning Den and Pack activities (especially Pack Meetings and outdoor activities), advising other leaders and adult family members — these are all ways in which the Cubmaster affects the kind of Cub Scouting each boy in the Pack is offered. The Cubmaster directly influences the lives of individual boys by keeping in mind that boys can become better through Cub Scouting.

Assistant Cubmaster

Stephen Rowe

The Adult Volunteer responsible for assisting in planning of the Pack Meetings and assisting the Cubmaster at the Pack Meetings and other pack events.

Den Leaders and Assistant Den Leaders

The Adult Volunteers responsible for conducting den meetings. See our Dens page for more information on our den leaders.

Pack Trainer

Open Position — See Gary Ault

The Adult Volunteer responsible for ensuring that all the Pack’s Adult Volunteers are made aware of training opportunities and ensures that all volunteers complete their training within a reasonable amount of time.

Pack Committee

The Pack Committee runs the Pack. The committee is made up of parent volunteers who want to help our Pack. The committee should meet once a month to discuss and plan Pack activities, fundraising, leader training, and advancement. The Pack Committee includes: treasurer, secretary, membership coordinator, advancement coordinator, and others.

Pack Committee Chair

Gary Ault

The Adult Volunteer responsible for all aspects of the Pack operations and the person who is in charge of the Pack Committee.

Pack Treasurer


The Adult Volunteer responsible for keeping the Pack’s books, advising on budget issues, writing checks on the Pack’s behalf, collecting dues, and other financial duties.

Pack Membership Coordinator

Diane Byars

The Adult Volunteer responsible for keeping track of the Pack’s membership, processing Youth Applications and Adult Volunteer Applications, and other membership-related duties.

Pack Advancement Coordinator

Dale Green

The Adult Volunteer responsible for keeping track of the Pack’s advancements (badges and awards earned), getting awards and badges from the Scout Shop, and organizing awards to be presented at Pack meetings.

Chartered Organization Representative

Justin Baugh / / 479-200-6684

The Chartered Organization Representative is the Pack’s liasion between the Pack and the leaders of the organization that operates the Pack.

Pack Chartered Organization

A religious, civic, fraternal, educational or other group that has applied for and received a charter to operate the Pack. Ours is Grace Church NWA, 2828 Crossover Road, Fayetteville.


A geographical administrative unit of a council. Pack 46 is a member of the Razorback District, which covers Madison and Washington counties.


A charter body of representatives form organizations operating Scouting units and members at large responsible for Scouting in a designated geographical area. Pack 46 is a member of the Westark Area Council.