THE ADULT LEADER UNIFORM
Wearing a uniform gives youth and adult members a sense of identification. The BSA's "Field Uniform", more commonly known as the "Class A" uniform, is a reminder of the member's commitment to character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness. Awards displayed on the uniform mark the progress of every Scout and leader in achieving these goals and successfully practicing Scouting's ideals.

Our Adult Leader "Class A" uniform includes:
  • Cub Scout Leader Neckerchief
  • Neckerchief Slide
  • An official Boy Scout Leader Shirt (choose short or long sleeve)
  • An official Boy Scout web belt
  • Northern Star Council shoulder emblem
  • Pack numeral patches (151)
  • World Crest emblem
  • 65 Year - Veteran Bar Emblem
  • Optional:
    • official Cub Scouts pants or shorts
    • official Cub Scouts socks
    • official BSA cap
    • Journey to Excellence Unit Award patch
  • Scout Leader Uniform Inspection Sheet presents detailed information to enable adult leaders to wear the correct complete uniform on all suitable occasions.
  • Adult Leader Awards: Recognition awards are available to Cub Scout leaders who complete training, tenure, and performance requirements.
Our Optional "Class B" uniform
The "activity uniform", also known as a "Class B uniform" is a special t-shirt that Pack 151 orders with a custom design. Class B t-shirts do not replace a regular Class A uniform but they do come in handy for certain occasions.

When instructed to do so by den and pack leaders, Scouts and adults wear their Class B's for camp outs or during meetings when leaders have a messy craft prepared. They're great for times when we want the boys to look like Scouts, but are afraid that they'll loose or damage their uniforms with rough play and adventure.