Join Pack 149

Getting Started

To join Pack 149, please complete a Youth Application

Once you’ve completed the registration process, mark your calendar for our monthly Pack meetings at 6:30 on the 1st Wednesday of every month at the Willard School cafeteria. Also, you can view the upcoming events here

Frequently Asked Questions

Expectations & Time Commitments

There is a Pack meeting on the 1st Wednesday of every month from 6:30 to 7:45 at the Willard School cafeteria in Concord, MA. Individual Dens host monthly meetings/activities to work on requirements and earn age-appropriate badges.

  • Special Pack Activities Rocket Launch, Pinewood Derby, camp-outs, service project, Blue & Gold Dinner 
  • How to Volunteer Cub Scouts does not work without participation from volunteers and families. What can you do to help?
The Uniform

Once your boy or girl is registered, you may purchase a scout handbook, uniform, and the required badges. Please find information about what items to purchase and where to get them on our Uniform Information Page.

How Can You Help at Home?

The most important help that you, as a parent, can give your child is to work with them on their Cub Scouting adventures as they work toward their badge of rank. The Cub Scout handbook is full of age-appropriate activities; some of them you do together at home. Den meetings are designed for Cub Scouts to complete adventures that are required for them to earn their badge of rank. When you have completed a requirement at home, make sure your den leader is informed so that they can properly record it and your child can be recognized for their achievements. Your role as a parent is the secret to a successful Cub Scouting program!

Cost of Cub Scouting

Please review the cost of annual membership here. In addition, there is a $35 pack fee. Each member is asked to purchase a handbook and Uniform

For more detailed information, click here.

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Note: If paying the annual dues, purchasing a uniform, or paying for participation in any of the Pack outings is a hardship for your family, please see the Cub Master or your son’s Den Leader. No boy or girl will be turned away from Pack 149 for financial reasons.

How to Volunteer in Cub Scouting?

The den and the pack rely on parent participation to run a successful program. Cub Scouting operates through volunteer leadership. Volunteer leaders are an example of Scouting’s principle of service to others. By volunteering in Scouting, you are also giving your child and family the gift of your time. You will have an opportunity to be a positive influence in their life and in the lives of their friends. Here are some of the ways you could volunteer:

  • Den leader. Uses the Den Leader Guide and den meeting plans to lead the den at den meetings. Attends the monthly pack committee meeting.
  • Cubmaster. Helps plan and carry out the pack program with the help of the pack committee. Emcees the monthly pack meeting and attends the pack committee meeting.
Who to Contact?

Cubmaster Keith Moritz at


Learn About Each of
the Pack 149 Dens

1st Grade
2nd Grade
3rd Grade
4th Grade
5th Grade