About Us

Pack 100 is made up of girls and boys in Kindergarten through 5th grade.  We meet as a Pack (all grade levels together) at least once per month - typically on the first Friday of each month at 6:30 PM.  During the 2023-24 Season, the majority of our meetings will be held in the cafeteria at Abbot School. We strive to keep our Pack activities to Fridays because so many of our Scouts participate in Sports on the weekends. Sometimes our scheduled activities require that we meet during daylight hours, such as hiking, camping, and our annual Cubmobile race; these special events are held on weekends. When we have Pack camping scheduled, we will hold the monthly Pack meeting around the campfire! 

The Pack will host hiking throughout the season and family camping at least twice per season (Fall and Spring).  We enjoy STEM activities, outdoor skills, and friendly competition.  Our annual Pinewood Derby and Cubmobile events are Pack favorites!  We also enjoy outings such as overnight outings to Battleship Cove or the Air Museum.

We strive to give back to our community as we teach the principles of Scouting.  Pack 100 regularly participates in clean-up events and food drives.

In addition to being part of the Pack, Scouts are members of a den - which is specific to their grade level.  Our dens coordinate their meetings amongst the member families, but typically meet 1-2 times per month.  With their den, a Scout will complete age appropriate adventures, learn skills and earn awards as they gain experience to move to the next rank

Scouting is a family activity.  We ask parents/caregivers to choose at least one Pack event annually to volunteer their time and to assist at the Den level. Siblings are always welcome at our Pack and Den events.

Upcoming Events

Pedestrian and Bike Safety Rodeo at the Abbot School - Wed, June 5th 

We are thrilled to join the Westford Police Department at Abbot School on Wednesday, June 5th from 4-6PM to promote pedestrian and bike safety! A Scout is Trustworthy, Courteous, and Obedient - all important qualities for a safe summer. Stop by, say hello, and check out our Cubmobile when you attend this event!

June Pack Meeting - Graduation!

Our June Pack meeting will be held on June 7th, 2024 

Note: we are not meeting in May (since we just met on April 26th)! 

With the school year coming to a close, we will be wrapping up our 2023-24 Scouting season. In this special Pack meeting, we will be honoring the accomplishments of our Scouts and advancing to the next rank for the 2024-25 season!

When Scouts attend summer camp, they should enroll as their 2024-25 rank.

June Campout

On June 15th, we will be camping at Sunny Meadow Farm in Chelmsford!

Pack 100 camping is a family activity. We invite all family members to join us as we enjoy the great outdoors. The plans include games, a story walk, appreciating Eagle Projects on the property, cooking outside, and making S'mores by the fire.

It is Pack 100 policy that any grown-ups who overnight with the Pack complete Youth Protection Training.

Community Service:

Community Garden

As the temperatures rise and the mud dries, 

we will find a day and time to help clean up and open the Westford Community Garden. 

Spring allergies prevent you from helping outdoors? You can also help by saving large cardboard to donate for garden prep!

Thank you to our community for your support of our Popcorn Sales fundraiser!


Muffins on Main

Market Basket

Youth Safety and COVID Precautions 

For the Scouting season 2023-24, the leadership committee met and drafted a tentative schedule for the year.  As we planned, COVID restrictions had been greatly reduced and we have put together a plan that looks a lot like our pre-COVID years.  As we have since 2020, we will stay up-to-date on changes as well as the direction from the CDC and BSA.  We will adapt our plans as needed to ensure that we remain in compliance with state and local guidelines as well as the situations of our members.  We will continue to put the safety of our Scouts and Pack 100 families first.

All events will follow the latest recommendations for social distancing, equipment cleaning, group sizes, and mask use if applicable.  In addition, we will comply with BSA Youth Protection guidelines.  All meetings and activities will continue to require participation of 2 trained leaders at a minimum (aka two deep leadership).

If you do not feel well, please stay home. We will work with you to make sure Scouts are able to make up any adventures or requirements missed when they are sick.