Welcome to the Troop 19 Website!

Do you enjoy camping, canoeing, hiking, biking, backpacking, or just being outdoors?  Do you want to learn leadership skills first hand while having a great time?  If so, then Troop 19 may be the place for you!  Under the direction of Scoutmaster Dana Paul, Troop 19 is an active, vigorous organization providing scouts with opportunities for leadership development, service to the community, personal growth, and lots of fun, too.  Examples of Troop 19 activities from past years are listed under the "About Us" link.  We hope you'll agree that great things are happening within our troop.

For more information or to inquire about joining Troop 19, send us an email through the "Contact Us" link.

Great Eastern District Klondike Saturday, January 28, 2016

Posted on Jan 14 2017 - 7:15pm

Some of you may be asking; What is the Klondike Derby?
The Klondike Derby is an event that challenges the boys by giving them a problem or situation to solve. This year the theme for each of the stations is related to the Winter Olympic Games. Patrols of 4-8 Scouts pull a dog sled, full of required articles, from station to station. At each station, they will compete in a game with a Scout skill involved. They will be scored either on time or abilities. The Scouts are given points based not only on accomplishment of the games, but on patrol spirit, team unity, and other Scout qualities. There are additional points given for meeting sled requirements and for Preparedness for the weather.

BOTTLESHED Saturday, January 21st, 2017

Posted on Jan 14 2017 - 7:15pm

Here is a great chance to start the new year off with something extra for some.  Joining your fellow scouts and some of their parents at the first bottleshed of the 2017 year.  This will be one of the largest sheds of the year as it will be three weeks since last emptied and include NEW YEAR EVE deposits.  If you can't make this one that is OK as we do it again every two to three weeks through out the year.


Posted on Jan 14 2017 - 7:14pm

Troop 19 has scheduled it annual summer camp week at Hidden Valley.  We will be going Sunday, July 9th through Saturday, July 15th. 

There will be a posting put up Tuesday night for scouts to check oof if they are planning to attend.  Also there is a $50 deposit that must be submitted per scout by March 1st.  If this is submitted the full weeks cost per scout is $390 ($340 owed + $50depsoit paid).  If you decide to join us after the date of March 1st the full week will cost $440.

Philmont 2018 Information Meeting

Posted on Jan 7 2017 - 7:00pm

Please come to the Cabin on Sunday, Jan 8th at 7:00PM to learn more about how your scout can be a part of this fantastic trip.  We have been awarded dates for a crew to attend Philmont the summer of 2018.  The age requirment is 14 or 13 and have completed 8th grade by 7/12/2018.  If you have gone before, we would still like you to attend so you can share your experiences with boys who haven't been.  If you are not sure if you can go, please come, and learn more information so you and your family can know what the trip will entail.  If you are on the fence and unsure if this is the trip for you, come on down and learn more. 


Posted on Dec 31 2016 - 4:30pm

The registration website for Merit Badge College has closed. You can now sign on and confirm your choices, see who your instructor is and see the classroom your merit badges will meet in. I have reviewed the list and see that Troop 19 will be sending 20 scouts. Classes are scheduled for Saturday, January 7th, Saturday, February 4th, Saturday March 4th, Saturday, April 1st and Saturday, May 6th (snow day make up if needed) First day onsite registration will be on January 7th begining at 7:30am,  Classes are scheduled for 8:00am-9:15am, 9:20-10:35, 10:45-12:00.  Parents after the first class please drop off your scout at 7:50 am so that your scout can be to class for the 8:00am start and plan to pick up no later than noon time.

BOTTLESHED, Saturday December 31 .2016 8:00 am HAULER NEEDED

Posted on Dec 23 2016 - 11:48pm

Come one, come all.  What a better way to end this great year and prepare for a new year.  Contribute a couple of hours of your time to sort cans and bottles.  Think of all the great benefits of a Bottleshed. The best benefit is that you earn some funds to spend on anything related to scouting. As well,sorting bottles and cans removes hundreds of pounds of waste from landfills and prevents the recycling bins from filling up with bottles and cans. 

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