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Welcome to Troop 419's Website! - Proudly Serving Boys for more than 30 Years

Welcome to Troop 419's Website! 

Troop 419 is a youth-led Troop dedicated to providing young men with the knowledge and skills they need to be prepared for life's many challenges.  Chartered in 1981 to Duluth First United Methodist Church, Troop 419 instills the principles of Scouting through high-adventure outdoor activities and achievement-centered skill building.

For Troop 419 registered members, you may access the secure sections of the website by logging in the site.  If you are a registered member of the Troop and do not have a User Name & Password, please click on the "Login/Register link at the top left of the page then click on "Create New Account" link..  

Happy Scouting !!

2015 Summer Camp Signups

Posted on Feb 24 2015 - 12:12pm

It's time to sign up for summer camp.  Please click on the Summer Camp Info link in the Menu list to the left to find the link for "SignUpGenius."

Troop 419 March 2015 Appalachian Trail Backpacking Trip

Posted on Feb 23 2015 - 7:15pm

Troop 419 – March 2015 Backpacking Trip

When: March 13th – 15th

Klondike Derby Campout - February 6-8 2015

Posted on Dec 26 2014 - 9:04am

Klondike Derby Campout
Woodruff Scout Reservation
February 6-8, 2015

Troop Campout - Unicoi State Park - Aug 15-16

Posted on Jun 29 2014 - 2:02pm


Unicoi State Park – Squirrels Nest - August 15 – 16
 - Come to The Squirrels Nest for a unique camping experience.
 - Nestled in the north Georgia mountains just outside Helen, Unicoi is one of Georgia’s most beloved state parks.
 - Scouts can enjoy hiking on scenic mountain trails, including an easy lake loop, fishing, a field for games.
 - This is a great chance to get summer camp and rank sign-offs.
 - Squirrels Nest - Each Squirrels Nest platform camping sites can accommodate 4 - 6 scouts.
 - Tents are not allowed on platform camping sites.
 - Site includes a grill, comfort station, and fire ring access.
 - SIGN-UP DEADLINE IS AUGUST 4TH!

Troop 419 Spring Rock Climbing Adventure - May 16-18, 2014

Posted on May 2 2014 - 10:34am


Troop 419 Spring Rock Climbing Adventure - May 16-18, 2014

What: Camp, Climb, Repel, Boulder, Climb 10 Feet, Climb 50 Feet, Climb 100 Feet, Fun, Epic Trip!

Date: May 16-18, 2014, Depart from Scout Hut Friday May 16th at 5:30 PM

Destination: Sandrock, AL (AKA Cherokee Rock Village in northeastern Alabama)

Camping Location: Cedar Point Campground, 2510 Hwy 411 South, Leesburg, AL 35983

Cost: $60

Sign Up: After Scout Meetings in March & April!! - Be sure to have your parent sign the attached Waiver Form.

Sign Up Deadline: May 5th, 2014

Provided: Experienced Rock Climbing Guide, Ropes, Harnesses, Shoes, Helmets all provided by Adrenaline Climbing in Suwanee, GA.

Troop 419 May Campout – Cycling on the Chief Ladiga Trail

Posted on Apr 14 2014 - 7:52am

Troop 419 – April Bike Trip - April 25th – 27th
Troop 419 May Campout – Cycling on the Chief Ladiga Trail

When: Friday April 25th thru Sunday April 27th
Where: Chief Ladiga Trail Campground
              3180 County Road 94, Borden Springs, Alabama 36272
              105 mile drive, 2hrs 15min
What: Cycling (choice of 15, 25 and 50 miles cycling routes and a day hike if enough are interested)
Cost: $12/per person

What you need in addition to the usual camping equipment:
     • A bike that fits you
     • At least 2 water bottles (with a way to carry them) or hydration pack.
     • A flat kit for each group.

The Chief Ladiga Trail is the continuation of the Silver Comet Trail into Alabama.
We’ll be staying at the Chief Ladiga Trail Campground and spending most of Saturday on the trail.
We will be having a bike shake-down at the meeting of April 14th to make sure everyone’s cycling equipment is ready.
Please bring your bike, bottles and everything you intend to ride with.

Scouts:
Please indicate what distance you wish to ride or if you’d prefer to hike.
Adult Drivers: Please indicate both your number of seatbelts and number of bikes you can transport. If you have an extra bike rack, please let me know.
                         Thanks - David Pelland

BSA Troop # 419

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