Parent Info

Pack Information

Pack Dues: $100/year (Includes Registration fees, Boys Life Magazine; Insurance)
Checks should be written to “Cub Scout Pack 22”
remit to Jennifer Ricciarelli – Pack Treasurer . Braintree, MA 02184

Main Contact for Pack 22: Cubmaster – Maureen Clapp
Cell – (617) 584-1180
Email –

Our pack meetings are held on the third Sunday of the month at 2:00 p.m. (except during July and August), 1 per month (unless otherwise specified in the pack schedule or via email from Cubmaster OR Committee Chair).

Our meetings are held in the lower level hall (unless otherwise specified)
First Congregational Church
12 Elm Street, Braintree, Massachusetts 02184.

Den meetings and Den Dues: times and days as well as possible dues are determined by the Den Leader.


Lion Cub Scout:

Tiger Cub Scout:

Wolf Cub Scout:

Bear Cub Scout:


Arrow of Light:


Scout Parents assist with short-term projects in the den or pack. This might be coordinating pack money-earning projects, service projects, conservation projects, field trips or outings, blue and gold banquet, day camp, pinewood derby, pack overnight camping, or field day events.

What Is a Scout Parent?

A Scout Parent is a parent or adult mentor of a Scout who enthusiastically participates with their Scout and also helps other volunteers to provide the best quality program experience to all youth in every unit. A Scout Parent:


The most important help that you, as a parent, can give your boy is to work with him on his Cub Scouting activities. His handbook is full of age-appropriate activities that you will enjoy doing together at home. When he completes an activity or project, it is your responsibility to sign his book to verify that he has done his best. And then it is all-important for you to attend the monthly pack meeting with him, so that you can celebrate his achievement. Your role as a parent is the secret of success of the Cub Scouting program! The den and the pack also rely on parent participation to run a successful program. Cub Scouting operates through volunteer leadership. Consider volunteering as a member of the pack leadership team or as a parent helper. Volunteer leaders are an example of Scouting’s principle of service to others. By volunteering in Scouting, you are also giving your son the gift of your time. What could be more valuable? You will have an opportunity to be a positive influence in the lives of him and his friends.

Spending Time with Your Child

The Secret of Success! Come join the fun of Cub Scouting as a family, its fun! You’ll make new friends, too, as you work with the parents of your son’s new friends. No task is too difficult when you’re having fun as part of a team of Cub Scout parents, reinforcing each other’s efforts to help your boys grow up to be good citizens.


The Cub Scout pack is made up of all the dens, which meet monthly at the pack meeting, led by the Cubmaster. This is the climax of the monthly den meetings and activities. There are games, skits, songs, ceremonies, and presentations of badges that boys earned during that month. This is where families, not just parents, but siblings, too, can see the achievements of their Cub Scout.

The pack, including families, also participates in other special events throughout the year, including:

Make memories with your son that will last a lifetime!


Click on a persons name to email:

Donna Connors – Pack Committee Chair
Maureen Clapp – Cubmaster
Jennifer Ricciarelli – Pack Treasurer
Maureen Clapp -Tiger Den Leader
Donna Connors – Tiger Den Leader
Jennifer Ricciarelli –Wolf Den Leader
Andrew Doughty – Asst. Bear Den Leader
Maureen Clapp – Bear Den Leader
Peter Bechtold – Webelos Den Leader
Joan Piasecki – Bear Parent Coordinator
Donna Connors – Arrow of Light Den Leader
Lisa Lee – Asst. Arrow of Light Den Leader
Chip Clapp – Pack Committee
Pat Connors – Pack Committee
Carl Francis – Chartered Organization Rep


Tiger – Den 4
Wolf – Den 3
Bear – Den 2
Webelos – Den 1
Arrow of Light – Den 6

Red Numerals beneath Council Patch – 22
Council Patch – Mayflower Council

Hat and Neckerchief are with colors for the appropriate rank:
Orange – Tiger (1st grade);
Yellow – Wolf (2nd grade);
Light Blue – Bear (3rd grade);
Plaid – Webelos & Arrow of Light (4th and 5th grades)

Uniforms and accessories can be purchased at the local Scouting Store.
The local Scouting store is located at the Egan Center at Camp Sayre in Milton.
The address is: 411 Unquity Rd. Milton, MA 02186-3634