About UsPack 507
Pack 507 is located in Lexington South Carolina and meets at Lexington United Methodist Church. We currently have all ages of scouting from Tiger cubs to Eagles scouts. Lexington United Methodist Church is a long time sponsor of Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts and we are supported by the United Methodist Men's group of LUMC. We are in the Indian Waters Council of Columbia and part of the Chinquapin District.
Our Cub Scouts:
The Cub Scout program is uniquely designed to meet the needs of young boys and their parents. Cub Scouting meets these needs through offering fun and challenging experiences that boys and parents do together. Such experiences range from learning how to cook, swim, properly care for animals, handle a BB Gun and Bow & Arrow, Pinewood Derbyor use hand tools to complete small projects. These experiences are truly time well spent. If such actions are not made priorities, valuable avenues for a parent to demonstrate love and commitment are lost.
Learn more about our Dens.
Our Pack is made up of boys from several elementary schools including: Lexington, Midway, New Providence, Lake Murray, Red Bank, Pleasant Hill, Meadow Glenn and several Christian, Private and Home school boys.
As a parent, you are the primary role model for your child. Scouting provides a time-tested structure that helps bond parent/child development through group and individual activities, recognition and advancement. Your child needs your encouragement, guidance and participation along his or her Scouting path.
507 Parent Power Point
Parent guide: Indian Waters PDF
Learn more about our local Council: Indian Waters Website
Den Leaders Resources (All Dens)
For our Den leaders, we have moved all the forms and downloads to a new page. Click Here
| The BSA has adopted the following policies to provide additional
security for our members. These policies are primarily for the protection
of our youth members; however, they also serve to protect our adult
leaders also. The leadership at Pack 507 are trained and follow all
guidelines laid out by the BSA.
If you plan to help with your son's Den or with the Pack, youth protection is needed. Even as a parent, it is a must. Online training can be obtained here. Training
>>> Learn more about youth protection and the steps taken by BSA and Pack 507 to protect our boys <<<