Come Scouting with Us!

Scouts participating in Flag Day Ceremony 2016Pack 24 is a family-friendly, safe, and fun environment for you and your son to experience all that scouting has to offer.  Here are some of the elements core to our programming and what makes Pack 24 so great:

 A fun and safe environment to learn and grow while developing interests and skills

 Character building and development centered around good morals and values

The chance to learn life skills that help Scouts be successful adults and contributing members of society

 Exciting outdoor experiences boys love like hiking, camping, biking, and more

 Family-Inclusive program invites siblings and parents / adult partners to participate in nearly every adventure!


Want to know more about how it works?  Check out our Parent Guide:


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Cub Scouts & Pack 24 Specific Info

Cub Scouts is the first part of the scouting trail.  Our program is for boys in the first through fifth grades, or 7 to 10 years of age. The program primarily runs on the school-year schedule, and scouts can join anytime to begin their path with us.

Each Pack is sponsored by a local organization, called the “Charter Organization”, which provides leadership and guidance, and a meeting place to support and promote the program.  A Pack’s charter organization has no influence on programming or membership; many packs in New England were formed and chartered by community and religious organizations, and all packs operate under the same principles of Boy Scouts of America.

Pack 24’s Charter Organization is St. Theresa of the Child Jesus Paris in S. Attleboro, located at 18 Baltic Street.  Most of our events take place in this location, and we are also fortunate to have access to Thatcher Elementary School and the American Legion Post 312 in S. Attleboro in support of our 8 grade-level scout dens.

Pack-wide meetings with all scouts are once a month, typically on the 3rd Sunday, at 6pm in St. Theresa of the Child Jesus Parish lower level.  Den meetings are grade specific and can be found in the Parent Guide section.

Here are some examples of the adventures we have had over the last few years

  • Monthly outdoor hikes, organized through our Pack 24 Hiking Club
  • Annual Covered Wagon Derby at Cub Scout Camp Norse
  • Sleep over inside the USS MASSACHUSETTS BB59 at Battleship Cove
  • Owl Prowl night hike and discovery at Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Annual January Indoor Campfire
  • Annual Pinewood Derby
  • The Blue & Gold Banquet
  • Cross-over Cookout and Family Overnight Campout
  • Raingutter Regatta
  • Water bottle rocket launch
  • End-of-Summer Family Overnight Campout
  • So much more!

Joining a Cub Scout Pack can be overwhelming! If you ever have any questions or need clarification on something, PLEASE ASK! We are here to help you!