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January 2017 Pack Meeting Recap


Opening/Presenting the Colors


Our meeting opened with Wolf Den 1 presenting the American and Cub Scout Flag and then leading the group in the Pledge of Allegiance.







Arrow of Light Den 7 asked the Pack to help them with a service project for NEADS, National Education for Assistance Dog Services,  Den 7 would like everyone to bring a container of creamy peanut butter to the February Pack meeting to help with puppy training.




  • Overnight – Make sure your forms and payment are submitted.
  • Pinewood Derby – The derby is just a few weeks away.
    • Make sure your you have read the current year Knox Trail Council rules, and that your scout car meets the stated requirements/restrictions.  Only cars that meet the current year rules will be able to race.
  • Slot Cars – Slot Car racing and Pinewood Derby Car racing is Jan 22nd.
  • Campership – WEBELOS are encouraged to apply for the Benoit Campership for a free week of camp at Camp Resolute this summer.



Goodwill Feathers

Pack 39 award individual scouts and entire dens with a goodwill feather to attach to their den flag when they perform a service project.  The following scouts/dens earn a feather for their flags:

  • Den 2
    • All
      • Toys for Tots Collection




Special Guests

Pack 39 was please to welcome Massachusetts State Police officers Tom and Chris from the State Police K-9 Unit.  They answered many questions from the scouts, siblings and parents on the State Policemen’s jobs, working and training the police dogs. The officers then brought in the Police Dogs Devaney and Tank, and showed off their disciplines and skills.

Devaney showing complete attention to Officer Chris and his commands.

Tank waiting for the command from Officer Tom to get his ‘bad guy’.

Tank going after the ‘bad guy’, Officer Chris.

Pack 39 with Officer Chris, Devaney, Officer Tom and Tank.


Enjoy more photos from this fun and exciting Pack Meeting.

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November 2016 Pack Meeting Recap



Service Meeting

Our November meeting is focused on Service., Doing service projects together is one way that Cub Scouts keep their promise “to help other people.” While a Scout should do his best to help other people every day, a group service project is a bigger way to help people. While you’re giving service, you’re learning to work together with others to do something that’s good for your community.

Thank you to all the families who brought a food item and cans to be recycled to help the Stow Food Pantry.

Opening/Presenting the Colors




WEBELOS Den 2 opened the meeting by presenting the American and Cub Scout Flag, then lead us in the Pledge of Allegiance.








We then recited the scout oath lead by one of our Bear Scouts.








WEBLOS Den 2 has asked all of us to help them deliver toys to deserving children this holiday season through the the Toys for Tot’s Program.  Please bring an unwrapped toy to the December Pack Meeting, December 13th.








We are very excited to announce the following scout who earned the Bobcat badge during the Pack Meeting. The Bobcat badge is the only badge that every cub scout will earn, not matter the year in which they join cub scouts.



  • Tiger Den 3
    • Nathan B.
    • Robert B.
    • Tate D.
    • Brian S.
  • Wolf Den 1
    • Duncan E
  • Wolf Den 8
    • Houston J.
    • Nathan M.
  • Webelos Den 2
    • Oliver F.


Goodwill Feathers


Pack 39 award individual scouts and entire dens with a goodwill feather to attach to their den flag when they perform a service project.  The following scouts/dens earn a feather for their flags:

  • Tiger Den 3 & WEBELOS Den 10
    • Brian & Matthew S.
      • Matthew and Brian helped St. Isidore clean up their garden at the end of the season.  The vegetables from the garden go to the Stow and Acton food pantries.

  • Wolf Den 8
    • All
      • Den 8 helped at Open table at the Unitarian Church in Stow.  They helped clean up after dinner, put all the tables and chairs away, sort silverware and sweep the floor.





Guest Speaker




We were very honored to have Retired US Navy Commander Jeff Lance join us to tell us about what serving in the military is like.  He kept the boys captivated with his stories and answered many great questions from the scouts.



Service Activity

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The scouts then got down to business and wrote thank you cards to the men and women serving on the USS Roosevelt which is currently deployed near Yemen including a few service people from Stow.


We had an over the top successful popcorn season and we thank the scouts, the scout families, and the community of Stow to helping us fund our wonderful program.

Top selling scouts:

  1. Tyler H.
  2. Griffin H.
  3. Robert E.
  4. William H.
  5. Tate D.
  6. Sean C.
  7. Cameron B.
  8. Max V.
  9. Thomas H.

Congratulations to them and all the scouts.

Pie in the Face video

The lucky three top sellers got to “pie” the Cubmaster & a volunteer den leader.


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