Review the Pack 41 Parent Essentials Guide for everything you need to get oriented: https://media.trooptrack.com/troop_documents/49515/document/original/Pack_41_Essentials_for_Parents.pdf

Cub Scout Pack 41 - Hingham, MA (Est. 1970)

Join Cub Scouts Pack 41 Hingham!

For boys and girls in grades K-5

2020 marks the 50 year anniversary of Pack 41!

Click here to Apply Online for Cub Scouts and/or Adult Volunteers! 

Join Cub Scout Pack 41, primarily serving the Plymouth River School, East School, and St Paul Parish Communities. We have lots of fun and exciting activities that you will enjoy with your friends and family.  Pack 41 is one of the larger packs in Hingham, and youths from any school or community are welcome, and we have participants from most Hingham schools

What is Cub Scouts? This is a great opportunity for the for boys and girls to make friends and build confidence!  The Cub Scouting Adventure is a year-round family program designed for boys and girls in grades K-5 (5/6 to 10/11 years of age).

COVID 19 Safety Precautions: For the 2020-2021 school year, Pack 41 Hingham will be all outdoorsonly gathering in small groups, and wearing masks.  Our plan to safely operate Scouting will be centered on two outdoor seasons, Fall (Sept - early Nov) and Spring (late Mar - early June).  We anticipate 5-7 meetings per season (masks mandatory), primarily Den meetings (same grade, pods of 10 or less), with a few special pack events organized to ensure we keep groups of kids to 10 or less.  National scouting guidelines for COVID 19 can be found in the link here: https://www.scouting.org/coronavirus/covid-19-faq/ and Pack 41 plans to adhere to these guidelines.

What's the parent commitment? For the Lion (K) and Tiger (1st Grade) dens, parents must stay for the duration of any scout activity, or have a designated adult responsible for their scout stay for the duration.  In typical years, Wolf (2nd grade) and higher, drop off and pick up is ok.  However, while COVID 19 precautions remain in effect, Pack 41 will require all Scouts to have a parent or designated adult attend the duration of scouting events.  This is primarily due to the need to ensure if unforeseen weather impact an event, we don't end up with many scouts all crowding into a vehicle or indoor space.

The Cub Scout program emphasizes shared leadership, learning about the community, family understanding, character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness. Young boys and girls grow up fast. Give your son or daughter a valuable gift by encouraging them to join Cub Scouting today. The time you invest in them today will make a difference in the person they become tomorrow.



What are some of the activities Cub Scouts do?

  • Pinewood Derby races that are more exciting than NASCAR!  Hearts pound and the boys cheer as the cars zoom down the track.  Parents who are still kids-at-heart race cars against other boys.  It’s the loudest, wildest, fastest day of the year!
  • COVID 19 adjustments: Traditionally we have operated the pinewood derby indoors in late winter; this year, we will update the Pack on safety precautions once the event gets closer... and we will only operate if we can do so safely.  We anticipate this will be a Spring event
  • Community Service Projects! Cub Scouts help with a variety of projects, from collecting canned goods for local shelters, to helping veterans, neighborhood groups and community clean ups. 

  • Age appropriate outdoor fun!The Cub Scout camping program includes both day camps and overnight experiences at facilities in our area.  There’s nothing like learning to shoot an arrow on the archery range, performing skits, or roasting marshmallows around a campfire.  Did you know in scouting your scout will:
    • Learn to safely use a knife
    • Make a campfire
    • Cook actual meals on a campfire
    • Learn all sorts of knots for appropriate occasions
    • Perform skits in front of the pack
  • COVID 19 Adjustments: we have tentative plans to try outdoor camping for dens (so pod sizes of 10 kids or less), but will forego any full pack camping events until further notice.  However, this plan is still under development


Cub Scouting is not a spectator sport. The ultimate goal of Cub Scouts is to bring the family together in positive activities.  That’s where the parents come in.

As a Cub Scout parent you can expect:

  • To join a “Den.”  All Cub Scouts join a “Pack” and are assigned a Den.  A Den is a group of boys or girls (generally in number from 6 – 8) in the same grade.  On average, each Den will meet twice a month to work on activities and projects, and to have fun!  The time you invest in your child’s Den is the most important part of his time in Cub Scouts.
  • To make memories that will last a lifetime.  You and your child will go outdoors, indoors, throughout the community, and end up learning from each other and sharing moments that will be impossible to forget.  Many parents have told us how they cherish the opportunities to camp, fish, hike, and make s'mores.  Some parents tell us they probably would not have taken their kids on such experiences without the Cub Scouts making that easy and fun
  • To have fun.  There is no doubt about it; Cub Scouting continues to be one of the most exciting programs for youths.  From camping trips and a host of other activities, to the smile on your child's face when they earn their first badge, you and your child will have fun!

For more information on Cub Scouting visit: www.scouting.org

Click here to complete an online application for Cub Scouts and Adult Volunteers!

Cub Scout Pack 41 - Hingham, MA (Est. 1970)

Join Cub Scouts Pack 41 Hingham!

For boys and girls in grades K-5

2020 marks the 50 year anniversary of Pack 41!

Click here to Apply Online for Cub Scouts and/or Adult Volunteers! 

Join Cub Scout Pack 41, primarily serving the Plymouth River School, East School, and St Paul Parish Communities. We have lots of fun and exciting activities that you will enjoy with your friends and family.  Pack 41 is one of the larger packs in Hingham, and youths from any school or community are welcome, and we have participants from most Hingham schools

What is Cub Scouts? This is a great opportunity for the for boys and girls to make friends and build confidence!  The Cub Scouting Adventure is a year-round family program designed for boys and girls in grades K-5 (5/6 to 10/11 years of age).

COVID 19 Safety Precautions: For the 2020-2021 school year, Pack 41 Hingham will be all outdoorsonly gathering in small groups, and wearing masks.  Our plan to safely operate Scouting will be centered on two outdoor seasons, Fall (Sept - early Nov) and Spring (late Mar - early June).  We anticipate 5-7 meetings per season (masks mandatory), primarily Den meetings (same grade, pods of 10 or less), with a few special pack events organized to ensure we keep groups of kids to 10 or less.  National scouting guidelines for COVID 19 can be found in the link here: https://www.scouting.org/coronavirus/covid-19-faq/ and Pack 41 plans to adhere to these guidelines.

What's the parent commitment? For the Lion (K) and Tiger (1st Grade) dens, parents must stay for the duration of any scout activity, or have a designated adult responsible for their scout stay for the duration.  In typical years, Wolf (2nd grade) and higher, drop off and pick up is ok.  However, while COVID 19 precautions remain in effect, Pack 41 will require all Scouts to have a parent or designated adult attend the duration of scouting events.  This is primarily due to the need to ensure if unforeseen weather impact an event, we don't end up with many scouts all crowding into a vehicle or indoor space.

The Cub Scout program emphasizes shared leadership, learning about the community, family understanding, character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness. Young boys and girls grow up fast. Give your son or daughter a valuable gift by encouraging them to join Cub Scouting today. The time you invest in them today will make a difference in the person they become tomorrow.



What are some of the activities Cub Scouts do?

  • Pinewood Derby races that are more exciting than NASCAR!  Hearts pound and the boys cheer as the cars zoom down the track.  Parents who are still kids-at-heart race cars against other boys.  It’s the loudest, wildest, fastest day of the year!
  • COVID 19 adjustments: Traditionally we have operated the pinewood derby indoors in late winter; this year, we will update the Pack on safety precautions once the event gets closer... and we will only operate if we can do so safely.  We anticipate this will be a Spring event
  • Community Service Projects! Cub Scouts help with a variety of projects, from collecting canned goods for local shelters, to helping veterans, neighborhood groups and community clean ups. 

  • Age appropriate outdoor fun!The Cub Scout camping program includes both day camps and overnight experiences at facilities in our area.  There’s nothing like learning to shoot an arrow on the archery range, performing skits, or roasting marshmallows around a campfire.  Did you know in scouting your scout will:
    • Learn to safely use a knife
    • Make a campfire
    • Cook actual meals on a campfire
    • Learn all sorts of knots for appropriate occasions
    • Perform skits in front of the pack
  • COVID 19 Adjustments: we have tentative plans to try outdoor camping for dens (so pod sizes of 10 kids or less), but will forego any full pack camping events until further notice.  However, this plan is still under development


Cub Scouting is not a spectator sport. The ultimate goal of Cub Scouts is to bring the family together in positive activities.  That’s where the parents come in.

As a Cub Scout parent you can expect:

  • To join a “Den.”  All Cub Scouts join a “Pack” and are assigned a Den.  A Den is a group of boys or girls (generally in number from 6 – 8) in the same grade.  On average, each Den will meet twice a month to work on activities and projects, and to have fun!  The time you invest in your child’s Den is the most important part of his time in Cub Scouts.
  • To make memories that will last a lifetime.  You and your child will go outdoors, indoors, throughout the community, and end up learning from each other and sharing moments that will be impossible to forget.  Many parents have told us how they cherish the opportunities to camp, fish, hike, and make s'mores.  Some parents tell us they probably would not have taken their kids on such experiences without the Cub Scouts making that easy and fun
  • To have fun.  There is no doubt about it; Cub Scouting continues to be one of the most exciting programs for youths.  From camping trips and a host of other activities, to the smile on your child's face when they earn their first badge, you and your child will have fun!

For more information on Cub Scouting visit: www.scouting.org

Click here to complete an online application for Cub Scouts and Adult Volunteers!

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