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This Web site includes my LDS Cub Scout Leader's Handbook with Den Meetings, Pack Meetings, and supporting documents to provide a quality scouting experience in am LDS Ward. For LDS Cub Scout Leaders this "Handbook" provides peace of mind and continuity for Cub Scout Program. 

Updated eTraining - LDS Scouting (Green Book)    &   LDS Cub Scout Position Specifics

Note: All documents on this web site are in Word 97-2003 or Excel.

For additional help in Planning LDS Pack and Den meetings check out LDS Cub Scout Meeting Planner! Another document that provides an overview of how the three programs dovetail is Combined Program Overview and the real Key to Planning is in Planning Calendar. The Excel spreadsheet has surprises on every tab.

To assist parents in following what is completed in Den meetings and what is done at home, Family Calendar was created.

For PDF Versions, training materials, and other great ideas, check you want to create copies without making changes, it is your best source of information. On this web site are the source documents that can be modified and adapted to you pack and den meetings.

On this page, web links that are usefully in planning your den and pack meetings are listed. is the BSA Site where you can take Youth Protection Training that is required of all leaders including adults/parents who will be attending Day Camp or other Scout activities including transporting youth to events. My Scouting also includes Pack Advancement and Unit Rechartering.

The guide to LDS is Scouting Handbook for Church Units in the United States (Revised May 2012) or the Green Book.

Remember to always KISMIF!

The Osmonds,