Lexington Cub Scouts Pack 160
Welcome! Pack 160 serves the community of Lexington, MA. Boys mostly come to us from Fiske Elementary and Bridge Elementary schools, but all boys in the area are welcome.
Through our active boys, active parents, and active leaders we maintain a fun, safe environment that teaches our young men the values and morals they need to become outstanding citizens in our community and nation.
Pack 160 meets monthly at the Parish Hall located in the Kennedy School next to St. Brigid Parish located at 2001 Massachusetts Avenue.Pack 160 is gearing up for a new year of scouting! Registration info is below.
Join Cub Scouts Pack 160!
The Cub Scout program encourages group and family involvement in activities that help boys learn to respect their home, country and other people, as well as:
- Develop personal independence
- Learn new physical skills through sports, crafts and games
- Learn how to get along with others through group activities
- Expand mental skills learning about their community and the world around them
- Learn to make values-based decisions that assist them throughout their adult life
Come register on Thursday, September 3 at 7:00 pm, St. Brigid Church, Parish Hall (2001 Mass. Ave.)
Click on "Joining" above to learn more!
Interested in Scouting?
Cub Scouts Pack 160
Spirit of Adventure Council #227
Monthly Pack Meetings
Pack meetings are typically held monthly on a Thursday night from 7:00 to 8:00 pm at Parish Hall, St. Brigid’s Church, 2001 Mass Ave. (See the Calendar tab for dates.) All 1st - 5th grade boys in the Bowman, Bridge, Fiske, Montessori, and Waldorf school districts are welcome (see links tab for Packs in other school districts)!
POLICY OF NONDISCRIMINATION
Boy Scouts of America Spirit of Adventure Council
The mission of the Spirit of Adventure Council, Boy Scouts of America is to provide character development, citizenship, training in growth, physical and mental fitness, and leadership opportunities for the young people of the Boston metropolitan area. We pride ourselves on the diversity of our members, and we are committed to providing young people with an educational and stimulating environment in which to learn and grow. Through the Scout Oath and Law, we pledge to respect all people and to defend the rights of others. Bias, intolerance, and unlawful discrimination are unacceptable within the ranks of the Spirit of Adventure Council.
The Spirit of Adventure Council serves over 18,000 youth through 3,300 volunteers in over 330 Packs, Troops, and other units without regard to color, race, religion, ethnic background, sexual orientation, or economic status.
Adopted July 19, 2001 (Originally adopted by the Boston Minuteman Council prior to the merger with the Yankee Clipper Council which formed the Spirit of Adventure Council)