Welcome to Troop 419's Website! - Proudly Serving Boys for more than 37 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 !!


Posted on Aug 12 2019 - 5:38pm

Most of you remember Karen, our Assistant Scoutmaster that came from England and joined our troop last year. She sent us a letter and asked me to pass it along to the Troop. Although we miss her, we are glad she is back home with her family. Please take a moment to read her letter to the Troop. Click here to read her letter. 

Cars For Campouts

Posted on Aug 12 2019 - 5:27pm

Mike sent a color flyer to everyone via an e-blast. Please share it to social media and friends. Talk it up!!

Parents, here are some ways you can help with the Car Show: 

OA Chapter Meeting Lock-In

Posted on Aug 12 2019 - 5:24pm

All OA Brothers of Troop 419 are cordially invited to the Chapter Meeting Lock-In at Stone Summit Atlanta on Saturday, August 24th. The cost is $10. Please arrive at Stone Summit by 7:45 pm. Bring a sleeping bag, pillow, change of clothes, and a water bottle. Pick up will be Sunday morning no later than 7:30 am. 

7/15/19 Parent Committee Meeting Minutes

Posted on Aug 1 2019 - 10:06pm

Please take a few moments to review the minutes from the parent commettee meeting before the next meeting August 12th

Packing for Lake Jocassee

Posted on Jun 20 2019 - 10:02pm

The Scout motto is "Be Prepared", so we will be packing our canoes in the expectation that something like the photo below may happen. You don't need to pack in a backpack unless thats the most convenient bag you have. Do not buy an expensive dry bag just for this trip. A duffel bag that can slide inside of a trash bag (to waterproof it) is actually ideal. Anything that cannot get wet should be inside of its own waterproof (ziploc) bag. 

BSA Troop # 419

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