Every Scout should feel as though they're contributing to Pack Night!
Responsibilities & Resources
CLEANUP DEN - Responsible for staying late after Pack Night to assist with cleanup isdgncluding policing the floor, carrying equipment out to the parking lot, emptying garbage cans (if necessary), etc.
CLOSING DEN - Responsible for practicing and running the Closing Ceremony at Pack Night. Except for the Blue & Gold Dinner, a formal "retiring of the colors" ceremony is not required.
DENNER DEN - Responsible for assisting during Pack Night. This may include working as greeters, runners, assisting special guests, helping with activities, helping Akela quiet the Pack, etc. Additionally, one parent from the Denner Den will assist at the Activities Sign-Up Table.
OPENING DEN - Responsible for practicing and running the Opening Flag Ceremony at Pack Night. This should be a should include a standard, "presenting of the colors" ceremony including the Pledge of Allegiance and the Cub Scout Promise and/or Law of The Pack, but can be embellished if desired.
PROGRAM DENS - Responsible for planning, practicing and delivering at least one song, skit or stunt at Pack Night.
SETUP DEN - Responsible for arriving early to assist with Pack Night setup including carrying equipment in from the parking lot, rearranging table, ensuring garbage cans are available, etc.
SHOWOFF DEN - Responsible for showing off what they've been working on. Bring samples of crafts, posters made for electives or beltloops, photos of recent den meetings, etc. These will be displayed on the gallery table at Pack Night.
On my honor, I will do my best to do my duty to God and my country and to obey the Scout Law; To help other people at all times; To keep myself physically strong, mentally awake and morally straight.
Pack 14 will not deny membership in our program to any youth or adult leader on the basis of sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, religion, disability, or economic status.