WORLD ORGANIZATION of the SCOUTING MOVEMENT
The World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM) is an independent, worldwide, non-profit and non-partisan organization which serves the Scout Movement. Its purpose is to promote unity and the understanding of Scouting's purpose and principles; while facilitating its expansion and development. There are currently 167 National Scout Organizations around the world that are members of the WOSM.
Scouts BSA (BSA) is the largest scouting organization in the USA with more than 2.4 million youth participants and nearly one million parents and adult volunteers. The BSA was founded in 1910 and became a founding member of the WOSM in 1922
PATHWAY TO ADVENTURE COUNCIL
The Pathway to Adventure Council spans two states, serves 23,688 youth members, and includes 8,409 adult volunteers, and four service centers. The council provides leaders with the knowledge and tools they need to deliver the best possible Scouting program.
SIGNAL HILL DISTRICT
The Signal Hill District represents the Northern Illinois communities of Barrington, N. Hoffman Estates, Inverness, Lake Zurich, Palatine, Rolling Meadows, Kildeer, Tower Lakes, Long Grove, Deer Park, Hawthorn Woods, N. Barrington, S. Barrington, Lake Barrington and Barrington Hills.
The Cub Scout Pack is the main local organizational unit of Cub Scouting. Packs are led by a Pack Committee, and a Cubmaster, and Asisstant Cubmasters. Pack 229 is chartered through the North Barrington Elementary School PTO and based at North Barrington School.
(Lion - Tiger - Wolf - Bear - Webelos - Arrow of Light)
A den is a group of Cub Scouts, within the pack, that meets throughout the month between pack meetings. The Scouts in a den are usually all at the same grade level. The den structure allows these scouts to build relationships with leaders and other scouts, to support each other, and to have fun while working on advancement and skills.