Troop 433 is a medium-sized Boy Scouts of America (BSA) Troop comprised of a diverse group of 25 to 50 active boys. Our particular focus is promoting a well-rounded scouting experience through regular outdoor activities as well as opportunities for leadership and community service.
We maintain a high adult leader to scout ratio backed by strong parent participation. Through the active efforts of our leaders, families and scout groups, Troop 433 has produced more than 75 Eagle Scouts since its founding in 1955. Moreover, the dedicated efforts of the Troop 433 leader/parent/scout family have helped boys develop lifelong friendships. It is common for former scouts and leaders to visit and join us for troop activities.
Notes from the Troop Scribe:
Scribe notes from the last Troop Meeting
Learned how to properly adjust a backpacking pack.
Learned how to correctly pack a backpacking pack, and also which objects to bring backpacking.
Played a team building game where two people had to stand up with their feet and arms pressed together.
Court of Honor SEE BELOW - 5/8
Eagle Court if Honor SEE BELOW - 5/16
Spring Appalachian Trail Backpacking - 5/19-5/20
West Virginia High Adventure - 6/4-6/10
Patrol Campouts SEE BELOW - TBD
Woodruff Summer Camp - 7/2-7/7
Allatoona + Wilderness Survival Challenge - 8/18-8/20
Camperoll - 9/15-9/17
Fall Appalachian Trail Backpacking - 10/20-10/22
LeConte Mountain - 11/17-11/19
Winter Camp - TBD
Court of Honor:
SPL elections will take place at the court of honor
Court of Honor Positions:
Color Guard: Joseph and Ryan S
Candle Crew: Ashwath, Jack, and Emre
If you are on this list be there early on May 8th!
Eagle Court of Honor:
The soon to be Eagle Scouts are Ken and Steven
Eagle Court of Honor Positions:
Color Guard: Issac and Liam R
Scout: Liam R
Second Class: Arda
First Class: Ryan S
If you are on this list be there early on May 16th!
A-Team: Stone Mountain - 6/24
Discombobulated: Allatoona Campsite #4 - TBD
Monkey Business and Radioactive Sharks: Rock Climbing - TBD
(this took so long to type out on the phone)
Troop 433 Scribe
Don't forget to check the Troop Website for updates and important info!
Cyber Chip Instructions
Scouts need to renew their Cyber Chip each year. Here are the steps to making it happen.
Fill out the Cyber Chip Workbook section for your grade in school. Parts of it require your parents, so plan a time to do this together. You will also watch at least three Cyber Chip training videos for your grade level. Links are in the workbook or you can find them directly from the NetSmartz website (click Watch Now from the main page). Finally, you will teach what you have learned about internet safety using the EDGE method to another scout. This can be done during scout meetings or campouts.
Email the completed form to your advisor.
Virtual Meeting Instructions
A quick lesson on how to attend our Troop 433 Virtual Scout Meetings. Look at the troop calendar on the right-hand side of the home page. On this calendar find the virtual meeting you would like to attend.
Click the event on the calendar and look for the meeting link in the description. When you click the meeting link, you should be taken to the page where you can join the meeting.
Please note, that if more than one person in a household joins the meeting from separate devices, there can be unwanted echos and feedback. It is recommended that if two people are in the same room, they should share one device to connect to the meeting. If you must use two devices, please turn off the mic and speaker on all but one device.