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Pack   306 

Welcome to Our Campfire!

Cub Scout Pack 306 meets the third Thursday of the month from 7-8pm in the First Baptist Church basement - 819 Mass Ave (across from Whole Foods) - entrance is at the rear off the parking lot - the red door. 

2019-2020 Pack Meeting Schedule:

September 19 - Welcome Back - First Pack Meeting - new families welcome

Some of the best parts of being a kid can be found in Scouting.

All boys and girls from Kindergarten to 5th grade are eligible. Come by, pull up a log, and join us.

Note: Cub Scouts is not a "drop-off" activity. Parents are required to attend and participate with their Cub Scouts in all meetings and events. (Siblings are welcome too.)

Our Pack events feature:
  • Over-nighting in the Boston Museum of Science
  • Watching a Lowell Spinners baseball game then camping in the outfield of the ball park
  • The Pinewood Derby Race
  • Bike & Skateboard Rodeo
  • Ice Cream Social
  • Indoor Campfire
  • Community projects
  • Rocket Launch
  • Bike & Skate Rodeo
  • So much more...
The kids learn to work and play together, help out in the community, how to "Be Prepared."  But, most importantly, they learn about themselves with the guidance of the Cub Scout Motto: "Do Your Best." 

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Recruitment-Pack306-Sept2019 (1).pdf  
CubScouting... a fun, family program designed to promote character, fitness, and citizenship in boys and girls kindergarten through fifth grades. Cub Scouting seeks to help parents foster children's self-esteem and teach cooperation and leadership through games, crafts, sports, skill building, recognition, and other fun activities. Cub Scouting is a family program. The values that Cub Scouting strives to instill are based on those found in the Scout Oath and Law.
The Cub Scout Motto:
    Do Your Best

Doing your best is one of the most important things for the Cub Scout to learn. Children often become so interested in winning that they fail to see the importance of doing the best they can at everything. One child's best might be quite different from another's best. Cub Scouting teaches boys and girls that no one can find fault with them if they always do their best.