7. If you are a pack committee chair, begin to develop a close working relationship with the Cubmaster. The two of you will be working as a team to make the pack program successful. PACK COMMITTEE CHAIR RESPONSIBILITIES Confer with the Cubmaster on policy matters relating to Cub Scouting and the chartered organization. "So Youâ€™re a New Pack Committee Chair/Pack Committee Member" http://www.scouting.org/filestore/pdf/510-240.pdf With that being said. If I understand it correctly. Every one up the chain of command knows whats going on? If so, I would be mho you have a couple of different choices. 1> Drop and run (Not always the best choice in my book) 2> Have a sit down with the Chartered Org again. And inquire have they actually seen a budget/treasury report? And if so when was the last time? No documents are private in scouting AT ALL! they MUST be able to be presented AT REQUEST to the parties inquiring. 3> What bank is it at? Are you on the account? You don't mention the Secretary in this Coup? Are they on board or do they pose questions as well? Finally, trust has NOTHING to do with it. The Records prevent ANY kind of doubt, hearsay, and the like. Something must be done, or many good people, starting with the scouts, will get drug down.