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The closest Scout Store to Lexington is located at:  
600 West Cummings Park, Suite 1250
Woburn, MA  01801             
Store Hours are:
Mon-Fri  : 9:30 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday: 9:30 am - 3:00 pm
Sunday:   CLOSED

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Spring Hike

SPRING HIKE!  SUNDAY, April 30, 2017

1:00-3:00 PM
Great Brook Park State Farm, Carlisle, MA

Come join Pack 137 Cub Scouts for a fun and invigorating 2-4 mile hike in Carlisle! Siblings and pets are welcomed (as long as pets are leashed)!

 Note: we are still looking for parent volunteers to help lead the hike!  Contact Cubmaster Chris Jackson (cwjackson@gmail.com) if you are interested.


 Uniform:  Class B (T-Shirt), water bottle, sun block and comfortable walking shoes

Important:  this is NOT a drop-off event - all Scouts must be chaperoned!


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Cub Scout Pack 137

Pack 137 is chartered by Hancock United Church of Christ and serves boys in 1st through 5th grades, mostly from the Estabrook, Hastings, and Harrington school districts in Lexington, Massachusetts. 

The Cub Scout program teaches boys about Community, Family, Outdoors, and Self through a set of fun, organized activities.

Small dens are formed of three to eight boys in the same grade level. Parents lead the den meetings using program ideas from Cub Scout books. Some dens have cooperative leadership (each parent takes a turn), while others have a single den leader and an assistant. The pack is the sum of all the dens.

Dens meet about twice a month throughout the school year. Each den picks its own meeting time and location.

Pack meetings are generally held on the second Thursday of each month during the school year from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. at: Hancock Church, Clarke Hall, 1912 Massachusetts Avenue, (across from Lexington Battle Green)

Cub Scouting is for Families

Cub Scouting is a family activity.  Families are involved in a number of ways.  Many of the requirements for completing the Bobcat, Tiger, Wolf, Bear, and Webelos badges require family involvement.  The pack is also organized and run solely by parent volunteers.  Our goal is to have the parent(s) of every family help out with at least one and usually two pack events each year, in addition to supporting and/or running a den.

Pack 137 is open to all boys and families regardless of color, race, religion, ethnic background, or sexual orientation. In addition, it is our policy never to exclude participation based on economic hardship.  Should you have questions regarding financial assistance or any other policy, please contact Committee Chair Shelley Scruggs at 781-862-6329.