Welcome !

I would like to welcome you to our Cub Scout Pack 167's Web Site. As you can see there is a tremendous amount of information provided so please use this site as your first stop in trying to answer questions about our Pack. Pack 167 was founded in 1956 and we are currently the largest Pack in the Sycamore District. Right now we have about 90 Cub Scouts from Lake in the Hills and Huntley. Due to our growth over the years, we have split into 2 sister Packs - #267 (Square Barn Rd and Leggee Campuses) and #467 (Square Barn Rd Campus). Most scouts in our pack attend school at the Reed Rd Campus, but any boy or girl can join a pack regardless of their school's location. All children interested in scouting can start as early as kindergarten (new Lions program) all the way through 5th grade, so we welcome all newcomers! Please click on our "New Parent Information" tab for more information about Cub Scouts and how to get registered.

TJ Pierce, Cubmaster

Email: cubmaster@pack167.org

Phone: 847-815-3764 

Family Scouting (Boys & Girls)

Posted by dbarker on Feb 24 2019 - 8:32pm

Pack 167 is pleased to announce that both boys and girls are now welcomed to join our pack!!!

Please click here for more information.

2018-2019 Returning Scout Registration Available!

Posted by dbarker on Feb 24 2019 - 8:32pm

Hello Pack 167 Families!

Registration is now available for returning scouts!  The deadline for turning in all forms and fees are due by 6/15/18; no exceptions!  Late fees will be applied for incomplete packets, late forms and late fees.  

Blackhawk Area Council (District)

Posted by dbarker on Feb 24 2019 - 8:32pm
Please pay attention to our Blackhawk Area Council Facebook page for updates and events.

Interested in Joining Cub Scouts?

Posted by dbarker on Feb 24 2019 - 8:31pm

Click on the "New Parent Information" tab on the left to find out more.  Contact Jessica Barker our Membership Chair at membershipchair@pack167.org.

Cub Scout Camping and Earning Rank

Posted by dbarker on Feb 24 2019 - 8:31pm

Why is camping in Cub Scouts important to a Scout?

  • Camping takes him on exciting adventures into the natural world.
  • He'll learn to live with others in the out-of-doors.
  • He'll learn to be a good citizen of the outdoors.
  • Camping is fun, and it's good for his mind, body, and spirit.
  • It helps him learn to rely on himself—on his own skills and knowledge.
  • When he goes camping as a Cub Scout, he gets skills he will learn and use more, later, as a Boy Scout.

Every rank now requiries that a Scout attends a Pack campout and or activly plan and participate in a Pack campfire to earn rank.  We are very lucky that our Pack has the opportunity to camp anywhere between 7 and 10 times a year!  The rank adventures are expected to be earned as written.  

Website HTTPS/SSL transition complete !

Posted by dbarker on Feb 24 2019 - 8:30pm

Hi Pack 167 Families, 

Our pack website has just completed transitioning to using the HTTPS/SSL secured protocol.  What this means to you is that when you access the pack’s website, you should now see in your browser’s address bar something similar to the following: 

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