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Dens

The Den Leaders are the ones who organize the majority of the work, and who have the most fun.  All adult leaders attend Youth Protection Training and Cub Scout Leader Training.  Den Leaders plan and organize den meetings, keep track of the boys’ advancements, and attend leaders meetings (Committee meetings).  Den Leaders try to engage the parents in the den meetings to the greatest extent possible, both to make the Den Leader’s job easier and to increase the boys’ enjoyment. Cub Scouting is a family activity, and den meetings are a great place for family involvement.

Den leader roles and responsibilities

Tiger Den (First Grade)

Den 9 – Shabbir Suterwala  (den9-leader©cubscoutpack61•org)  

Wolf Dens (Second Grade)

Den 1 – Raghu Raman  (den1-leader©cubscoutpack61•org)   and Greg Grinberg  (den1-leader©cubscoutpack61•org)  
Den 3 – Patrick Vu  (den3-leader©cubscoutpack61•org)  

Bear Den (Third Grade)

Den 2 – Tim Evans  (den2-leader©cubscoutpack61•org)   and David Poole  (den2-leader©cubscoutpack61•org)  

Webelos Den – 1st Year (Fourth Grade)

Den 15 – Nicole Pedersen  (den15-leader©cubscoutpack61•org)   and Annie Hsu  (den15-leader©cubscoutpack61•org)  

Webelos Den – 2nd Year (Fifth Grade)

Den 14 – Tony Wittry  (den14-leader©cubscoutpack61•org)   and Jonathan Baker  (den14-leader©cubscoutpack61•org)  

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