Troop 2319 is a Scouts BSA troop located in Marietta, GA. Our scouts are active with Troop, District, & Council events. Our primary mission is to provide a quality and fun scouting program using the traditional Boy Scout methods. We are primarily a youth led organization with meetings, activities, and campouts determined and planned by the youth Senior Patrol Leader and his Patrol Leaders Council.
This weekend troop 2319 went to Wildlife Action Center for the new scout camp out. This helped the new scouts earn the First Aid merit badge and get to know the other scouts. We just had a scout transfer to our unit this past Monday and he was already out camping and having a good time! We also had a second visiting new scout come out camping with us. We played games like civilization and manhunt, while the grub masters Cavin and William cooked things like pasta and quesadillas. The weather was great and it made for a great weekend!
There was a great turn out for the second work day for Scoprio’s Eagle Project. It was a little cold and a little damp, but we all made it through and got a lot of work done. Thank you to everyone who helped!
Check out some pictures for the project below or read more about the project here!
Our charter organization, Unity North Atlanta, hosted their annual planning meeting after their service today. Between their service and planning meeting, Troop 2319 volunteered to help out by providing and serving lunch as well as some setup and tear down. Unity North was very grateful for the help and it was a great example for how our troop is working to strengthen our relationship with our fantastic charter organization.
The weekend of March 22-24 Troop 2319 participated in Scout Challenge at Bert Adams scout Camp. This was a council wide event in which scouts participated in challenges and games including GaGa Ball, Human Foosball, Giant Angry Birds, Archery, and Basketball. We lucked out with the weather, it was nice and sunny all weekend. Overall, all the scouts had a great time.
We had a fantastic turn out at our Troop Court of Honor yesterday, which was great because the scouts have been working really hard on new Merit Badges and Rank Advancement over the last few months. Even though it has only bee three months since our last Court of Honor in December, scouts completed and were awarded 19 Rank Advancements and over 30 Merit Badges! Great job guys, that’s a huge achievement. We also were lucky enough have our Unit Commissioner, Mike Lotz, in attendance who was able to award us with our Gold Journey to Excellence 2018 ribbon for the troop flag. Lastly, we were lucky enough to share in the celebration of Crew 2319 with the induction of their founding members. It’s been a busy couple of months and we’re not slowing down. Scout Challenge is right around and with 30 scout and adults registered from our troop, it is sure to be great camp out. Stay tuned for more updates and click below to see all the pictures from our latest COH.
Troop 2319 was very busy this past weekend. We had scouts in 3 different locations and two different state, a first for our Troop! We had several of our older more experienced scouters out hiking, getting closer to earning the Backpacking Merit Badge with each step and the bulk of the rest of the scouts went dump camping at Camp Westin on Lake Allatoona. We even had several of our Inaugural Crossovers with us. That’s right, they crossed over into Boy Scouts on Thursday and came out camping with us on Cold Weather Camp Out the very next day. Way to go! We even had a scout in Alabama attending a Leave No Trace Training day and we’re excited for him to bring his new and refreshed knowledge back to the troop. check out some pictures of the Backpacking and Cold Weather Camping weekends below.
We had a great time tonight, helping Crossover several new scouts from Pack 1714 to Troop 2319. We’re glad you chose our troop and are looking forward to seeing you all at our troop meetings on Monday nights at 7:30 and are especially happy that some of you have opted to join us on our next troop camp out tomorrow! Great Job everyone.
On 2/3/19 our Troop 2319 celebrated a very special Scout Sunday service with our Chartered Org Unity North Atlanta. The Troop assisted with the service providing a color guard, opening prayer, and shared the Scout Oath & Law with the congregation. After the service we gathered for fellowship with the members of Unity and enjoyed great conversations about scouting! Check out some of the pictures from the event.
The troop had a great time at Camp Sidney Dew this weekend. For some scouts, this was the first experience with cold weather camping, but everyone seemed to stay warm and have fun. Most of the scouts worked on their Emergency Preparedness merit badge in the morning and then spent the afternoon exploring this fantastic scout camp. Click below to see all the pictures and pay special attention to “Venturing Treehouses”
A small group of brave and intrepid scouts and scouters took a brisk 19 mile trek along sections of the Appalachian and Benton Mackaye Trails as part of the backpacking Merit Badge. Rain, cold, and snoring campers did not keep this group from having a great time along the way.
It’s hard to believe we are already having our second court of honor as a troop. It seems like we just held one and already, scouts have earned enough to warrant holding another one. Great work scouts!! As is our new tradition, Unity allowed us to hold our CoH in their main sanctuary, shout out to Unity for letting us use such an awesome space for this! A lot happened at this CoH besides the usual badges and awards generally given out. We had the pleasure of announcing that even though we have only been in existence for half the year, we were able to achieve a GOLD JTE score, we also borught in and donated a ton of bears for a fundraising that Unity was heading up, and our Unit Commissioner, Mike Lotz, and District Director, Jacquelyn Alford were both in attendance. Thank you to everyone who made this happen! That includes thanks to the district and parents for supporting us and a big thanks to all the scouts who took the leap and helped us form our new unit. Done of this would be possible without all of you!
For our Troop’s December outing, we had a wonderful time at Escalade Rock Climbing Gym where we had a lock in and numerous scouts had the opportunity to finish the climbing merit badge! We had a great turn out and whether they came out to climb or just sit around and play games, everyone had a great time. What could be better than staying up late, climbing all night with all the pizza and Gatorade you could drink? check out some great picks buy clicking the image below.
Several scouts attended Brain Camp, a safety based event put on by Safe America, and it loos like it was a lot of fun! There were a lot of interesting talks by first ponderers as well as dozens of booths from a wide range of safety based organizations promoting everything fro safe driving to healthy living habits!
The troop had a great weekend at Camporall up at Woodruff Scout Camp. The weather was a bit on the colder side, but it was bright and sunny. There were lots of great activities and even a dedicated board/card game area with giant jenga! We had a ton of Weebelos from several packs join us this year and we look forward to seeing many of them at crossover. We ended the night in the main amphitheater and after awards, prizes, and a BIG campfire, we even got to watch a movie on a giant outdoor movie screen.
We had a great Halloween party tonight. Everyone was in attendance, Sully, Captain America, the Sphinx, and even Jake from State Farm. There were a ton of great costumes and we gave out some awesome prizes for the best ones. It was a lot of fun!.