Pack 127 welcomes boys in grades 1 through 5 who live in Lincoln or attend the Lincoln Public Schools.Â Boys can join at any grade level, and no prior scouting experience is necessary.Â The Cub Scout program offers boys new adventures, confidence building experiences, and fun with their friends.Â Our pack is chartered through Saint Julia Parish in Weston and Lincoln.
Dens are formed for each grade level. Each den has one or two adult leaders.Â With help from the parents, they lead meetings using ideas outlined in the Cub Scout handbooks. Â Dens typically meet once or twice a month throughout the school year, and each den selects its own meeting locations and times.
- First Grade Tigers
- Second Grade Wolves
- Third Grade Bears
- Fourth and Fifth Grade Webelos
The Pack is the sum of all dens.Â Pack meetings are generally held the first Friday of each month during the school year from 6:30 â€“ 8:00 pm in the Smith School Gymnasium, Lincoln School, Ballfield Road in Lincoln.Â We focus on teaching the boys skills and exposing them to experiences they may not have otherwise.Â Some past activities include:
- Sleep on a Battleship
- Collect for Local Food Pantry
- Launch Rockets
- See How the Newspaper Is Made
- Build and Race Model Cars
- Use Woodworking Tools
- March in Parades
- Fishing and Camping
- Visit the Police and Fire Station
- Visit a Local Television Station
- Learn About Fire Safety
- Karate Demonstration
- Make Care Packages for Soldiers
- Nature Hikes
- Roller Skating
- Learn about Astronomy
Cub Scouting is a family activity. Families are involved in scouting in many ways, from helping the boys complete requirements for the Bobcat, Tiger, Wolf, Bear and Webelos badges to assisting with Den and Pack activities. Pack 127 is organized and run solely by parent volunteers. Our goal is to have parents or caregivers from every family help with at least one Pack event in addition to being involved with their sonâ€™s den.
To register for Cub Scouts or for more information, please contact Cubmaster Joe Skenderian at cubmaster (at) lincolnscouts.org.