Welcome !

Welcome to the Pack 19 Website. Our pack is sponsored by the American Legion located on River St. in Middleton, MA. We are part of the Southern District of the Yankee Clipper Council.

Scouting is open to all boys grades 1 through 5. The program can be join at any grade level.  In our website you will find links to all our dens and also email addresses of all the den leaders and committee members. Click around and have some fun!!

To prospectives of the Cub Scouts, please refer to the "About Us" and "What is Cub Scouting?" to the left.  Use "Contact Us" for more information.

Friends' Open Forum for the scout cabin expansion Mon July 21

Posted on Jul 17 2014 - 12:42pm

Now that we have retained Joe Zelloe, www.zw-architects.com, as our architect to develop a design for the cabin expansion, we need to get this effort underway.  The first step is information and idea gathering. 

Jeff Hawkins has scheduled an Open Forum for Monday July 21, 7-9pm, for all Boy Scout leaders and parents, all Cub Scout leaders and parents, and any other interested parties, to bring their suggestions to the design sub-committee.Suggestions may be ideas, concepts, ‘back-of-the-napkin’ sketches, pictures as examples of things they would like to see in the cabin, as well as concerns.Everyone is welcome to attend.

And a note to the cub parents:  It will be you and your sons that benefit more than the current boy scouts and families, given how long it takes to get these things done.  Please consider joining the meeting and helping to influence how this cabin can better serve your son(s) and all the boys in Middleton. 

See you Monday evening July 21, 7:00pm at the cabin.  

More details on Adventure Weekend coming...

Posted on Jun 28 2014 - 10:46am

Details on the Adventure Weekend will be available July 6-7. 

Enjoy your 4th!

Friends’ BoD selects Architect for Scout Cabin Expansion

Posted on Jun 28 2014 - 10:44am

On Monday June 23, the Friends’ Board of Directors selected Joe Zelloe of ZW Architects, Beverly MA to design our Scout Cabin expansion.  The board also approved payment of the retainer, pending completion of contracts, to begin the work.  Finally, the board appointed Jeff Hawkins to chair the Cabin Design Sub-committee, which will be filled over the next few days and weeks. 

Pack Committee Planning Meeting 6/11 for new scouting year

Posted on Jun 7 2014 - 9:35pm

Recently, the pack committee met and reviewed our scheduled summer activities and began planning for activities and events for the next scouting year.  It's already looking like a fun year for scouts and families alike.

All leaders and parents are invited to the next planning meeting, Wednesday June 11, 7:00pm at the Bucchiere's on Pleasant St. 

If you have questions, contact Joe Lackie at 978-771-2540.

Pack Planning Meeting, Tues May 27 7:00pm

Posted on May 22 2014 - 8:48pm

The best way to ensure a successful scouting program is to plan ahead ("A scout is prepared"). 

A Pack 19 Planning Meeting for all leaders and parents will be held at the Bucchiere's Tuesday May 27, 7:00pm.  We'll be discussing the summertime program, which will include the MinuteCub Muster, the July overnight campout at Lonetree, August Nite Hike with Flashlights and September Drag Races.  We also need to plan activities for the next scouting year. 

Please join us and bring your ideas.  We like activities that are new and different.  Feel free to also bring some snacks and/or beverages.  Hope to see you Tuesday evening.

Questions, call Joe Lackie 978-771-2540 

Memorial Day Parade - all cubs encouraged to participate

Posted on May 22 2014 - 8:44pm
Memorial Day is here!  Once again the troop and the pack will be marching in the Memorial Day Parade, which this year will be on Monday May 26 at 9:00am. 
Pack should meet behind Memorial Hall before 8:45.  (Parking at Angelica's is recommended.)  Boys and leaders should wear Class A's with new neckerchiefs, everything tucked in, and looking spiffy.  We will march to the Flint Library for flag raising and a brief ceremony, then continue to the back side of the Oakdale Cemetery for a longer ceremony and speeches, finally returning to Memorial Hall.
Boys should have breakfast before they arrive, and especially if it's a hot day, should have water with them when they march.  We will have water available during the ceremony at the cemetery. When we arrive back to Memorial Hall, the American Legion and the Memorial Day Committee will provide ice cream to everyone who marched in the parade.
This is a pack service activity, and I'm hoping every scout can participate. 
Questions, please contact Joe Lackie at lackiejoe@gmail.com or  978-771-2540 

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