Join the pack!

Ready to Join?

  • Come to our open house or to any meeting and you will have a quick welcome packet to fill out.
  • Dues are $150 payable by check to Weston Cub Scout Pack 157.
  • Review the Frequently Asked Questions
  • Check out our Uniform Guide, and then go shopping.
  • Consider taking an active role in your son’s scouting experience as a volunteer.

Important forms and documents for new families:

A little more about Pack 157:

Pack 157 serves Kindergarten through 5th grade boys who reside or attend school in Weston, MA; though we occasionally have a boy or two from nearby towns. If your son has mild special needs, then you should explore Pack 222, which also meets in Weston.

Pack 157 is chartered by St. Julia’s Parish on Boston Post Road, which generously provides outstanding meeting facilities. Note that boys of all faiths are welcome in Pack 157.

Pack 157 is served by a District Executive of the Mayflower Council. Mayflower Council manages Nobscot Scout Reservation and runs summer Adventure Day Camp. They also provide leader training, help us organize a fundraiser, and organize large activities such as the District Pinewood Derby.

How does Pack 157 Work?

Pack 157 is organized by parents, who follow the structure and guidelines summarized in the parent information guide above. This means that your son will be in a Lion Den (K),  Tiger Den (1st grade), Wolf Den (2nd grade), Bear Den (3rd grade), 4th Grade Webelos Den, or a 5th Grade Webelos Den. The dens set their own meeting times and meeting places according to the needs of their members. The dens follow the program in their respective handbooks to complete the rank advancement by the end of the school year.

All of Pack 157’s Dens get together in a Pack meeting once a month. Pack meetings in September-April are usually at St. Julia’s Parish hall from 6:00-7:30 p.m. and Pack meetings in May and June are usually at the Weston Scout House (86 School St.) from 6:00-7:30 p.m.

All family members are welcome to accompany Cub Scouts to Pack meetings. Parents are responsible for their children’s behavior, and no children may leave the meeting room unsupervised.