Your Cub Scout is a member of a Wolf Cub Scout den. Most dens have six to eight boys and meet once a week. Den meetings are a time for learning new things and having fun. Dens are led by a team of adult volunteers—the den leader and assistant den leader(s). Den leaders are usually adult family members of boys in the den. Your Cub Scout is also a member of a pack. Most packs have several dens and meet once a month. Pack meetings usually follow a suggested theme and are a time for boys to be recognized for their accomplishments during the month, to perform skits and songs they’ve learned in den meetings, and to have fun with the entire family. Packs are led by a Cubmaster and pack committee. Like the den leaders, the Cubmaster and assistants are volunteers and are usually adult family members of boys in the pack. Most pack committees consist of adult family members and members of the pack’s chartered organization. The pack committee makes plans for pack meetings and activities and takes care of the “business” items necessary for a quality pack program.