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 David Leaf, 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.  A list of Troop 19 activities from the past year is listed under "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.

12/5 - 12/6: Campout at the Cabin

Posted on Nov 25 2015 - 11:08am

The troop will sleep at the cabin (and optionally outside) for an evening of games and movies.  For the adventurous, we are planning a 20 mile hike that will start that morning and finish at the cabin around 4:00p.  Scout wishing to hike a shorter distance can join the 20 milers at various points.  Details to follow!

12/6: 9:00-11:00a Special Olympics Torch Run

Posted on Nov 25 2015 - 11:08am

Meet in the Analogic parking lot between 8:30 and 9:00. We still have room for one more adult and a few scouts to man a water station in Peabody for the Special Olympics Torch Run.

12/22: Yankee Swap

Posted on Nov 25 2015 - 11:03am

Tuesday is the annual troop Yankee Swap. If your scout wants to participate, he should bring a wrapped gift $15-$20 in value that can be used in the swap. The gift should be age and scout appropriate (ex. gift card, edible items, camping related items, gadgets, etc.).  A good rule of thumb is to buy something which your son wouldn't mind having. They should bring this to the meeting on 12/22 so they can participate in the swap. SM, ASMs, and Troop Committee members are also invited to participate!

1/9: Merit Badge College

Posted on Nov 25 2015 - 11:02am

First session of Merit Badge College begins at 7:55 at the Holten-Richmond School in Danvers.  All information is on http://www.danversmbc.com.

1/16: Lee Clayberg's Eagle Court of Honor

Posted on Nov 25 2015 - 11:02am

Lee's Eagle Court of Honor is scheduled for Saturday, January 16, 2016 at Noon.  The troop will meet earlier to rehearse. Details to follow but please save the date!

4/16 - 4/20: April School Vacation 2016 - Washington, D.C. Trip

Posted on Nov 25 2015 - 11:02am

There are still a few seats left (only 4)! Don’t miss out on this really fun opportunity to see our nation’s capital and hang with some of your best friends and families!

Families are invited to come along!  We will leave SATURDAY April 16 - and return on WEDNESDAY April 20, 2016.  We will travel by Deluxe Motor Coach from Middleton to Washington, D.C.  We will be staying in a local hotel with a pool and breakfast each morning.   Once we get to D.C. we will have a Tour Escort to take care of all of the details and keep us on schedule.   Troop 19 has been confirmed to perform a Wreath Laying Ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknowns on Tuesday Afternoon.  We will also have the opportunity to visit several Smithsonian museums, tour the Capital, visit all of the most popular memorials and with any luck we will be performing a flag raising ceremony at Mount Vernon.  Total cost of the trip will decrease with the more people who come on the trip.  Cost of the trip will include Hotel, Breakfast, 3 Dinners, Wreath for ceremony at Arlington, any tour tickets needed, and gratuity for bus driver and trip escort.  Estimated cost is around $625 pp.  (If 40 people go the cost will drop to under $600 per person!)

$150 per person deposit needed NOW !!!  There is a payment plan that will be adjusted once we have the total number attending.   

This is going to be an AWESOME, FABULOUS trip for Scouts and/or Scout families.  If you have any questions please contact Melissa Stankus, washdc@middletontroop19.org  or 978-774-0841


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