Key Contacts

 

leadersCub Scouting’s volunteer leaders work with boys and their families to improve their communities by enriching the lives of the families who live there. Cub Scout leaders support the family. They take an active part in helping to strengthen families and their boys by providing a fun-filled, worthwhile program that teaches values.

Christina Sanchez, Pack Committee Chair

The Pack Committee Chair presides over the Pack Committee and agrees to abide by the Scout Oath or Promise and the Scout Law. They possess the moral, educational, and emotional qualities that the Boy Scouts of America deems necessary to afford positive leadership to youth. The Pack Committee Chair is appointed by the chartered organization and registered as an adult leader of the BSA. This is a person of good character, familiar with organization procedures, with a deep concern for the Pack’s success. They are respected in the community and serve to be the Cubmaster’s chief adviser.

Noel Aranzamendez, Cubmaster

Everything the Cubmaster does is aimed at helping the individual boy. Securing strong leaders, planning den and pack 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. The Cubmaster agrees to abide by the Scout Oath or Promise and the Scout Law. They possess the moral, educational, and emotional qualities that the Boy Scouts of America deems necessary to afford positive leadership to youth. The Cubmaster is a leader who is able to communicate well with adults as well as boys. This person delegates responsibilities and set a good example through behavior, attitude, and uniform. The Cubmaster believes in the values and purposes of Cub Scouting. Selected and appointed by the Pack Committee with the approval of the chartered organization, and registered as an adult leader of the BSA.

Joe Sanchez, Assistant Cubmaster

An Assistant Cubmaster can replace the Cubmaster’s position in case of an emergency. The Assistant Cubmaster is recommended by the Cubmaster, approved by the Pack Committee and Chartered Organization, and registered as an adult leader of the BSA.  The Assistant Cubmasters agrees to abide by the Scout Oath or Promise and the Scout Law. They possess the moral, educational, and emotional qualities that the Boy Scouts of America deems necessary to afford positive leadership to youth.

Get more information about Pack 1800

Do you have questions about joining Cub Scouts or Pack 1800? Need to contact our adult leaders? There are several ways to get in touch with our leadership team:

Cub Scout Pack 1800 Leadership

Pack Committee

  • Christina Sanchez, Pack Committee Chair
  • Tonya Austin, Secretary
  • Steve Ton, Treasurer
  • Casey Phillips, Advancement Chair
  • Melonee Soto, Fundraising Chair
  • Tonya Austin, Pinewood Derby Chair

Programming

  • TeriAnn Riordan, Wolf Den #8  Den Leader
  • Sam Steinman-Friedman, Wolf Den #8 Den Chief from Troop 1852
  • Alma Verboom, Bear Den #6 Den Leader
  • Shang-Wen Chi, Bear Den #6 Assistant Den Leader
  • Noel Aranzamendez, Toxic Tomahawks Patrol Leader
  • Steve Ton, Toxic Tomahawks Patrol Assistant Leader
  • Joe Sanchez, Assistant Cubmaster
  • Noel Aranzamendez, Cubmaster

Scouting District: Thunder Wolf

  • Roger Hoover, District Chairman
  • David Rudzinski, District Vice Chairman
  • Andy Clark, District Commissioner
  • Andy Friedman, Pack 1800 Unit Commissioner
  • John Williams, District Executive

Charter Organization: Christ United Methodist Church

  • Richard Conley, Charter Organization Representative
  • Rev. Linda Summers Pierce, Executive Associate Pastor

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