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Duties and responsibilities for Advancement Coordinator

Advancement Coordinator

Lisa Haggerty

The Advancement Coordinator maintains troop advancement records and promotes rank advancement. Appointed by the Committee Chair and serves at the satisfaction of the Committee Chair, Scoutmaster, and the Troop Committee.
Responsible to:   Committee Chair
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Duties and responsibilities for Assistant Scoutmaster

Assistant Scoutmaster

Chris Baum
Charlie Bougan
Celeste Cornish
Mark David
Dave Gesell
Mike Huey
Randy Kelley
Jason Mauk
Bill Mullen
Nathan Nusz

Assistant Scoutmasters are selected by the Scoutmaster with assistance of the Troop Committee. They serve at the satisfaction of the Scoutmaster and the Troop Committee. They may be 18 years old, but at least one must be 21 or older.
Responsible to:   Scoutmaster
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Duties and responsibilities for Canoe Coordinator

Canoe Coordinator

Dan Pedelaborde

Appointed by the Scoutmaster. The Canoe Coordinator (Can) works with the Troop Quartermaster to keep track of canoes and associated equipment sees that it is in good working order. Regularly schedules canoe events to ensure the scouts maintain proficiency with the gear
Responsible to:   Scoutmaster
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Duties and responsibilities for Charter Organization Representative

Charter Organization Representative

Jeremy Schumacher

The Charter Organization Representative (COR) is the head of the Charter Organizations "Scouting Department". The COR is appointed by and serves at the satisfaction of the chief executive of the Charter Organization.
Responsible to:   Charter Organization Institutional Head (IH)
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Duties and responsibilities for Committee Chair

Committee Chair

Chris Ashcraft

The Troop Committee Chair (CC) is selected by the Charter Organization Representative (COR) to organize the Troop Committee. Serves at the satisfaction of the COR and Troop Committee.
Responsible to:   Charter Organization Representative
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Duties and responsibilities for Committee Member

Committee Member

Sherry Bougan
Katie DeCota
Paul Gardner
Brian Haggerty
Michael Maxwell
Julie Newman
Philip Wetherby

All registered adults are members of the Troop Committee. The Scoutmaster and Assistant Scoutmasters are non-voting members. All other registered adults have a single vote. All adult leaders must be approved by the Committee Chair and the Charter Organization Representative after a reference check.
Responsible to:   Committee Chair
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Duties and responsibilities for Eagle Scout Mentor

Eagle Scout Mentor

Mike Huey

The Eagle Scout Mentor (ESM) can be an ASM or a Committee member whose job is to serve as a resource for Life Scouts in the Life-to-Eagle process.
Responsible to:   Scoutmaster
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Duties and responsibilities for Eagle Scout Service Project Coach

Eagle Scout Service Project Coach

Paul Gardner
Randy Kelley
Bill Mullen

The Eagle Coach is an adult leader who advises Scouts on the requirements for the Eagle Project and mentors the Scout through the Eagle process. The Council Advancement Committee would like to have Eagle Coaches present in as many Troops as possible.
Responsible to:   Scoutmaster
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Duties and responsibilities for Facilities Coordinator

Facilities Coordinator

Greg Leicht

Appointed by the Committee Chair. The Facilities Coordinator (Fac) works with the Troop Quartermaster to keep track of troop equipment and sees that it is in good working order.
Responsible to:   Committee Chair
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Duties and responsibilities for Fundraising Coordinator

Fundraising Coordinator

Coordinates the troop's fundraising activities- responsible to research new opportunities for the scouts to fund their activities
Responsible to:   Committee Chair
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Duties and responsibilities for Membership Chair

Membership Chair

The unit membership chair is appointed by the committee chairman to help ensure a smooth transition of new Scouts into the unit and orientation for new parents.
Responsible to:   Committee Chair
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Duties and responsibilities for Merit Badge Counselor

Merit Badge Counselor

Chris Ashcraft
Sherry Bougan
Tom Bougan
Pat Cherry
Bryan Cornish
Celeste Cornish
Mark David
Adam Derr
Dave Gesell
Brian Haggerty
Lisa Haggerty
Jason Hood
Tammy Hood
Christopher Horne
Mike Huey
Colin Maloney
Lena Maloney
Jason Mauk
Jessica Mauk
Michael Maxwell
Nathan Nusz
Erinn Olson
Dan Pedelaborde
Steve Rinehart
Heather Ross
Jeremy Schumacher
Nathan Sherman
Donald Smithhisler
Tony Witek

Merit Badge Counselors are subject matter experts for the Merit Badges they counsel either through vocation or hobby.
Responsible to:   Committee Chair
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Duties and responsibilities for Mountaineering Coordinator

Mountaineering Coordinator

Frank Ellerbroek

Plans and maintains the Scout's mountaineering training program
Responsible to:   Scoutmaster
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Duties and responsibilities for New Scout Mentor

New Scout Mentor

The New Scout Mentor (NSM) is responsible for overseeing the advancement for boys in their first year. Reports to the Scoutmaster, but need not be an ASM. The job involves tracking new scouts progress and ensuring they have ample opportunity to advance.
Responsible to:   Scoutmaster
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Duties and responsibilities for Parent Coordinator

Parent Coordinator

Pete Ross

Serve as the POC for new troop parents to get them used to the troop
Responsible to:   Committee Chair
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Duties and responsibilities for Patrol Adviser- Beavers

Patrol Adviser- Beavers

Randy Kelley

A Patrol Advisor is a registered Assistant Scoutmaster whose primary focus and responsibility is to a specific patrol rather than the Troop. The Patrol Advisor is required to complete Scout Leader Essentials, Scoutmaster Specifics and the Outdoor Leader Skills Training course thereby earning the “Trained” strip. The Patrol Advisor is strongly encouraged to complete Okpik and Wood Badge Training. The primary duty of a Patrol Advisor is to provide and ensure a safe, productive and fun environment for the scouts in the Patrol Advisor’s patrol through the furtherance of the “Aims and Goals” of Boy Scouting by implementing these “Aims and Goals” in the patrol’s program.
Responsible to:   Scoutmaster
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Duties and responsibilities for Patrol Adviser- Eagle

Patrol Adviser- Eagle

A Patrol Advisor is a registered Assistant Scoutmaster whose primary focus and responsibility is to a specific patrol rather than the Troop. The Patrol Advisor is required to complete Scout Leader Essentials, Scoutmaster Specifics and the Outdoor Leader Skills Training course thereby earning the “Trained” strip. The Patrol Advisor is strongly encouraged to complete Okpik and Wood Badge Training. The primary duty of a Patrol Advisor is to provide and ensure a safe, productive and fun environment for the scouts in the Patrol Advisor’s patrol through the furtherance of the “Aims and Goals” of Boy Scouting by implementing these “Aims and Goals” in the patrol’s program.
Responsible to:   Scoutmaster
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Duties and responsibilities for Patrol Adviser- Moose

Patrol Adviser- Moose

Chris Baum

A Patrol Advisor is a registered Assistant Scoutmaster whose primary focus and responsibility is to a specific patrol rather than the Troop. The Patrol Advisor is required to complete Scout Leader Essentials, Scoutmaster Specifics and the Outdoor Leader Skills Training course thereby earning the “Trained” strip. The Patrol Advisor is strongly encouraged to complete Okpik and Wood Badge Training. The primary duty of a Patrol Advisor is to provide and ensure a safe, productive and fun environment for the scouts in the Patrol Advisor’s patrol through the furtherance of the “Aims and Goals” of Boy Scouting by implementing these “Aims and Goals” in the patrol’s program.
Responsible to:   Scoutmaster
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Duties and responsibilities for Patrol Adviser- Ottrrrs

Patrol Adviser- Ottrrrs

Bill Mullen

A Patrol Advisor is a registered Assistant Scoutmaster whose primary focus and responsibility is to a specific patrol rather than the Troop. The Patrol Advisor is required to complete Scout Leader Essentials, Scoutmaster Specifics and the Outdoor Leader Skills Training course thereby earning the “Trained” strip. The Patrol Advisor is strongly encouraged to complete Okpik and Wood Badge Training. The primary duty of a Patrol Advisor is to provide and ensure a safe, productive and fun environment for the scouts in the Patrol Advisor’s patrol through the furtherance of the “Aims and Goals” of Boy Scouting by implementing these “Aims and Goals” in the patrol’s program.
Responsible to:   Scoutmaster
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Duties and responsibilities for Patrol Adviser- Panthers

Patrol Adviser- Panthers

Mark David

A Patrol Advisor is a registered Assistant Scoutmaster whose primary focus and responsibility is to a specific patrol rather than the Troop. The Patrol Advisor is required to complete Scout Leader Essentials, Scoutmaster Specifics and the Outdoor Leader Skills Training course thereby earning the “Trained” strip. The Patrol Advisor is strongly encouraged to complete Okpik and Wood Badge Training. The primary duty of a Patrol Advisor is to provide and ensure a safe, productive and fun environment for the scouts in the Patrol Advisor’s patrol through the furtherance of the “Aims and Goals” of Boy Scouting by implementing these “Aims and Goals” in the patrol’s program.
Responsible to:   Scoutmaster
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Duties and responsibilities for Patrol Adviser- Timberwolves

Patrol Adviser- Timberwolves

A Patrol Advisor is a registered Assistant Scoutmaster whose primary focus and responsibility is to a specific patrol rather than the Troop. The Patrol Advisor is required to complete Scout Leader Essentials, Scoutmaster Specifics and the Outdoor Leader Skills Training course thereby earning the “Trained” strip. The Patrol Advisor is strongly encouraged to complete Okpik and Wood Badge Training. The primary duty of a Patrol Advisor is to provide and ensure a safe, productive and fun environment for the scouts in the Patrol Advisor’s patrol through the furtherance of the “Aims and Goals” of Boy Scouting by implementing these “Aims and Goals” in the patrol’s program.
Responsible to:   Scoutmaster
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Duties and responsibilities for Physicals Coordinator

Physicals Coordinator

Maintains the BSA physicals on the scouts and adults for use at official BSA functions
Responsible to:   Committee Chair
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Duties and responsibilities for Pioneering Coordinator

Pioneering Coordinator

Christopher Horne

Appointed by the Scoutmaster. The Pioneering Coordinator (Pio) works with the Troop Quartermaster to keep track of pioneering gear and associated equipment sees that it is in good working order. Regularly schedules pioneering events to ensure the scouts maintain proficiency.
Responsible to:   Scoutmaster
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Duties and responsibilities for Popcorn Kernel

Popcorn Kernel

Sherry Bougan

The Popcorn Kernel (PK) manages the unit's popcorn sales fund raiser. They are to attend all district wide Popcorn related training and meetings.
Responsible to:   Committee Chair
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Duties and responsibilities for Public Affairs

Public Affairs

Tony Witek

Provide articles to news outlets about Troop Activities
Responsible to:   Committee Chair
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Duties and responsibilities for Recruiting Chair

Recruiting Chair

Pat Cherry

The recruiting chair serves as the central POC for cub scouts interested in joining the troop.
Responsible to:   Committee Chair
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Duties and responsibilities for Scoutmaster

Scoutmaster

Tom Bougan

The Scoutmaster is selected and recruited by the Troop Committee and approved by the Charter Organization Representative. The Scoutmaster must be at least 21 years of age. Serves at the satisfaction of the Troop Committee and the Charter Organization Representative.
Responsible to:   Troop Committee Chair
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Duties and responsibilities for Secretary

Secretary

The Secretary is responsible for keeping minutes of Troop Committee meetings and to handle troop correspondence. Appointed by the Committee Chair and serves at the satisfaction of the Committee Chair and the Troop Committee.
Responsible to:   Committee Chair
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Duties and responsibilities for Service Coordinator

Service Coordinator

Tammy Hood

The Service Coordinator (SC).
Responsible to:   Committee Chair
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Duties and responsibilities for Storekeeper

Storekeeper

Sherry Bougan

Maintains the troop's Trading Post- responsible for ordering new inventory, posting gear for resale, and researching new products
Responsible to:   Committee Chair
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Duties and responsibilities for Summer Camp Coordinator

Summer Camp Coordinator

The summer camp coordinator (SCC) serves as the troop's point of contact for Summer Camp. They are responsible for ensuring the troop has reservations, and collecting monies required for downpayments.
Responsible to:   Committee Chair
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Duties and responsibilities for Training Coordinator

Training Coordinator

Erinn Olson

Appointed by the Troop Committee Chairman your goal is to ensure ongoing training is taken and all leaders are 100% fully trained for their specific position, thus fulfilling the training requirement for Quality Unit.
Responsible to:   Committee Chair
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Duties and responsibilities for Travel Coordinator

Travel Coordinator

Brian Simpson

Responsible for coordinating travel for troop outings and filing tour permits online
Responsible to:   Committee Chair
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Duties and responsibilities for Treasurer

Treasurer

Lena Maloney

The Troop Treasurer maintains all troop finances, collects dues and fees, and pays troop bills. Appointed by the Committee Chair and serves at the satisfaction of the Committee Chair and the Troop Committee.
Responsible to:   Committee Chair
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Duties and responsibilities for Troop Public Relations Chair

Troop Public Relations Chair

The unit public relations chair is appointed by the committee chairman to inform parents of their responsibilities in Scouting and with the chartered organization. Provides news and announcements about the unit to newspapers, bulletins of sponsors, web sites, etc. Promotes new membership and lets people in the neighborhood know that Scouting is available.
Responsible to:   Committee Chair
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Duties and responsibilities for Unit College Scouter Reserve

Unit College Scouter Reserve

Andrew Leicht

Registration for Scouts who have turned 18 and are attending college
Responsible to:   
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Duties and responsibilities for Unit Commissioner

Unit Commissioner

Perhaps no other members of the unit service team have a more important or demanding responsibility. As friends and counselors of unit leaders, unit commissioners operate quietly, generally in the background. They are effective communicators, providing the resources of the district and council to the units they serve. They aid the chartered organizations that operate the units through charters from the Boy Scouts of America.
Responsible to:   District
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