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Welcome to the Troop 232, Atlanta, GA website.

Troop 232 is Atlanta's High Adventure Scout Troop.  Sponsored by the Northwest Presbyterian Church since 1964, Troop 232 has served the Atlanta Community with an award-winning scouting program that emphasizes outdoor adventure, teamwork, and leadership.  With over 100 scouts ages 11 to 18 years old and more than a dozen trained each of Scoutmasters and Committee members, Troop 232 offers an active fun-filled year-round program.  Troop 232 welcomes boys from all backgrounds and faiths.

Troop 232 meets every Monday night at 7:30 at NW Presbyterian Church, 4300 Northside Drive, Atlanta, GA 30327, in the Scout Hut.  Please come visit us.

If you are a visitor to the Troop 232 web site and need more information about Troop 232, please contact our Troop Committee chairman, Jim Caldwell, at committeechair@troop232atl.com.

Thank you.

Nantahala Rafting Campout 8/27 - 8/28 -- Sign-up Forms Due at Monday, 8/22, Meeting

Posted on Aug 20 2016 - 10:21pm

All rafters & campers please look over sign-up sheet and pack list. Completed forms and payment are due at Monday night's regular meeting (8/22): rafting or ducker fees (with sign-up form), food buyer fees, liability waivers (adult & youth), health forms (Dads Parts A & B only; Scouts Parts A, B & C must be current) and any outstanding BSA Youth Applications.

Liability Waivers for Scouts must be signed by BOTH the Scout and a parent.

All Nantahala and BSA Health & Medical Record forms can be found below this announcement after completing log-in to the site for download (both Word and PDF versions) and will also be available at the Troop meeting.

Dads, please join us. It’s a blast, plus we really need plenty of drivers and floating supervision.

Please note that we are unable to accept late sign-ups for this campout.

Rafters & Duckers to arrive in rafting gear Saturday Morning at 7:00 A.M. Please be prompt.

Any questions, please contact: Glenn Valentino at 770-294-9988 or Kenyon Thweat at 404-918-8675.

Troop 232 Skymont Scouts: Return time

Posted on Jul 16 2016 - 12:18pm

Troop 232 Skymont scouts will be returning to the Scout Hut parking lot at approximately 3pm today, Saturday July 16.  If they are earlier, scouts will contact you directly; if later check for update emails.

2016 Skymont Summer Camp - DROP OFF INFO and REMINDERS

Posted on Jun 29 2016 - 4:36pm

2016 Skymont Summer Camp participants, here are 10 things you need to know: 

1-Troop 232 Adult Leaders are Volunteers - Our Skymont adults use vacation time to be with your scout for a week, respect and thank them for their service.

2016 Skymont Summer Camp: URGENT - Out of Date/Incomplete Medical Information - Don't Disappoint Your Scout!

Posted on Jun 22 2016 - 7:19pm

For 2016 Skymont Summer Camp, the following scouts will need updated medical information:

Scout (last form/exam date): Sean Dolan (6/15) and Jonathan Yale Johnson (5/15).

2016 Skymont Summer Camp: What to Bring & Expect

Posted on Jun 22 2016 - 7:18pm

Go to this link: https://www.troop232atl.com/taxonomy/term/1054 Please download files "What to Bring to Summer Camp" and "What to Expect at Summer Camp."  It has everything you and your scout need to make this year at Skymont memorable! **You will need to login before clicking on the link**

2016 Skymont Summer Camp: Scouts Will Need Campaign Hat to Board Bus

Posted on Jun 16 2016 - 10:15pm

At Skymont, we wear two types of uniforms.  Class “A's” are worn during bus travel, flag lowering, dinner and any camp-wide evening activities.  Class “B's” are worn for flag raising, breakfast and the rest of the day, until dinner time.
Class A Summer Uniform: Complete summer scout uniform, which includes the scout shorts, scout shirt, troop neckerchief with slide, CAMPAIGN HAT, scout belt, scout olive green socks and boots.
Class B Summer Uniform: Scout shorts and belt, T-shirt, Troop 232 field cap (baseball-style cap), Scout olive green socks, boots or sneakers.  Each scout will be issued a Troop 232 summer camp T-shirt to wear to morning flags and breakfast.  After breakfast, we change into other scout-appropriate T-shirts (i.e., no curse words or offensive graphics).

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