Boy Scouts of America 1500 Andover St, Tewksbury, MA01876 Boy Scouts Troop 41 is an outdoor troop that formed in 1958. The Boy Scouts meet Friday evenings at the Hilltop Learning…More Center, located behind First Baptist Church. The organization hosts campouts throughout the year, including a week-long trip to Camp Wah-Tu-Ca.
Cub Scout Pack 49 1351 Main St, Tewksbury, MA01876 Cub Scout Pack 49 makes its home in the St. William Church Parish Hall. The goal of the Cub Scout program is to develop…More well-rounded, well-disciplined young men who have a respect for themselves and their community. Scouts, aged 6-10, work their way through the ranks from Tiger Scouts all the way to Weblos as they prepare to cross over to Boy Scouts. Along the way, they earn recognition for good citizenship, education and learned skills.
The American Legion was officially started in 1919, formed as a veterans' organization in the years after Word War I.…More Over time, it has evolved into a multifaceted organization that provides a myriad of services to veterans. In addition, the American Legion is a service organization that reaches out to mentor the next generation of American heroes through programs like Boys State, American Legion baseball and its child welfare foundation.
Jackson-Gourley-Roux-Daley Post 259 in Tewksbury is located on Pond Street. The distinctive building features a main hall and has a private club for members with an entrance in the back. The Legion hall is also home to the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary, as well as to the Disabled American Veterans chapter.