Welcome To Pack 107 - Lafayette Hill, PA



About Us

Cub Pack 107, located in Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania,  is one of the larger and more active units in the Baden-Powell District of the Cradle of Liberty Council.  Initially chartered by Saint Peter’s Lutheran Church in Lafayette Hill, the Pack moved to its present charter organization, Saint Philip Neri Roman Catholic Church, also in Lafayette Hill. 


Pack 107 Scouts

Cub Scouting is for boys in the first through fifth grades, approximately 7 to 10 years of age. Scouts are placed in Dens or groups of boys based on their school year. Pack 107 has Dens at every level of Cub Scouting including:

Tigers - First Grade

Wolves - Second Grade

Bears - Third Grade

Webelos I - Fourth Grade

Webelos II - Fifth Grade

Many of the boys in Pack 107 attend either Ridge Park Elelmentary, Whitemarsh Elementary or Saint Philip Neri school.  However, we welcome boys from other schools or boys who are home schooled.


When We Meet

Monthly Pack Meetings (all Dens) are usually held on the third Thursday of the month, September through May. 

The Pack meets in the lunchroom of Saint Philip Neri school.

A Cub Scout Pack is comprised of smaller groups called Dens.  Dens typically meet two evenings a month.   


What Do We Do

Our Scouts participate in a variety of activities such as the Pinewood Derby, Camping, Scouting for Food, Blue & Gold Banquet, March in Parades, Day Trips to Historical Sites, service projects, environmental improvement projects, and social activities.  Throughout the summer, the scout families have had a BBQ/Picnic Pool Party at PlyMar Swim & Tennis Club, a night out at the Reading Phillies game and a picnic dinner before the Movies in the Park at Miles Park.  We often conclude the Scouting year with a family cookout at Fort Washington State Park.

Scouting provides youth with an opportunity to try new things, provide service to others, build self-confidence, and reinforce ethical standards. These opportunities not only help them as boys, but carry forward as they become men, improving their relationships, their work lives, their family lives, and the values by which they live. More than 80 percent of men who were Scouts agree that the values they learned in Scouting continue to be very important to them today.


If you're interested in Scouting, please contact us through the website or scoutingpack107@gmail.com