Welcome to Troop 422!

Troop 422 is chartered by St. Catherine of Siena church in Kennesaw, GA.

Boy Scouts is a program for boys aged 11 - 17. If your son is between the ages of 7 to 10 and interested in Scouting, he is eligible to join a Cub Scout Pack. Here is the website for the Cub Scout program at St. Catherine's, for your convenience:  http://www.pack422.org

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Troop Ski Trip

Posted by bgalloway on Jan 16 2019 - 5:45pm

We will ski at the world famous Cataloochee Ski Resort in beautiful Maggie Valley, NC! We will be camping at the Stonebridge RV Resort, complete with hot showers, electrictiy, running water, and volley ball courts.

Mt Yonah Campout, Jan 25-27, 2019

Posted by bgalloway on Jan 16 2019 - 5:44pm

This is a Troop 422 rite of passage. We hike up Mt. Yonah’s 1200 vertical ft Friday night to camp at the top. The views from the top are excellent. The activities will be too! Additionally wil attempt to find native american constructs reported to be present.


Sign up deadline: Monday, Jan 14, 2019.

Campout Planning: Monday, Jan 14, 2019.

Departure: Meet at  6:30 PM for a 7:00 PM  departure, Jan 25, at SCCC. Please be on time, we are on a schedule.

Return: 11:30 AM, Jan27 to Big Shanty Elem.

* Meal planning: 

-  Meals will be backpacking style: light weight, no cans, no frozen foods

-  Friday – Pack a sack meal or come fed.

-  Satruday –  Patrol meals

-  Sunday – Patrol breakfast. Bring $10 for Yonah Burgers for brunch.


-  Scouts 14 and older: bring your largest pack for extra gear. You’re going to be sherpas for the younger guys

-  Scouts under 14: pack light as possible. Have a heavy item to give to an older scout to carry.


Questions: Contact Mr. Wells, 404-432-6551, brad.k.wells@gmail.com

Please read and print the information from this link

Troop Packing List

Allatoona Aquatics Base

Posted by bgalloway on Jan 16 2019 - 5:44pm

Allatoona Aquatics Base and Troop 422:

Have you heard of the Atlanta Area Council Aquatics Base? (http://www.campallatoona.org/)  If not, you need to know about this wonderful resource that is in our backyard! The Aquatics Base was originally built on the shores of Lake Allatoona as an overflow for Woodruff Scout Reservation. Still in use today it hosts Troops and Crews for all of the Boy Scout Aquatics needs.  During the summer months the Atlanta Area Council hosts Merit Badge Clinics for Lifesaving, swimming, rowing, canoeing, small boat sailing, motor boating and more. The property also has 11 campsites available for year-round use.

Troop 422 is excited to adopt a camp site at the aquatics base. This will lend a hand to the support and up keep of the property and be a source of pride for our Troop. In return, Troop 422 will be part of the vital part of the maintenance of the property; including providing service hours helping with shore and trail clean up and site maintenance.

We would like to begin our partnership with the Aquatics Base next weekend. We need to gauge the availability and interest of our Scouts to camp from 1/18 – 1/20. Because of the proximity of the camp we can also cater to those who may not be able to camp but would like to come and earn a few service hours. Please let David Surrency djsurrency@gmail.com know if you are available for the weekend or even just a few hours.  If you’re looking to camp in January and are unable to make the Yonah trip this one is for you! Please let David know by Monday 1/14/19 as campout planning will need to happen at the Monday meeting. This campout will cost just the price of food as camping here is free!

Itinerary: Depending on the turnout these are a few of the things we can accomplish next weekend.

  • Tidy up our site – define patrol camp sites within site, fire ring maintenance, trail maintenance, shore line clean up (our adopted site has some of the best shoreline at the base)
  • Scout skills – Those who have not yet checked off on their Firem’n Chit and Totin’ Chit will be able to do so.
  • Service hours – The base needs several shores cleared of drift wood. We will have the ability to build a huge bonfire on the shore that “can be seen in space” to quote the base leader!
  • And more  – there will be time for fishing, relaxing (bring your hammocks!!), orienteering (First Class requirement anyone?) and general Scout comradery.

Escalade lock-in

Posted by bgalloway on Jan 16 2019 - 5:44pm
  • Arrive Saturday, February 2nd at 9pm.  We will wait in the lobby, then go in as a group.
  • Pick up Sunday, February 3rd at 7am.


Cost: $30 per scout/friend

Special deal for Pack 422 Webelos/AOLs: $15

Adults are free!

Sign the waiver online, but you must show/bring a copy of the signing parent's driver's license!

 Sign up with Mrs. Starr .

 Bring a sleeping bag and water bottle.  Pizza, drinks and snacks will be provided, but scouts can choose to bring some money for additional snacks/drinks in the Escalade store.

Escalade Rock Climbing
3694 Kennesaw South Industrial Drive Suite B

Scout Closet

Posted by bgalloway on Jan 16 2019 - 5:44pm

Scout Closet

We now have some items in the Scout Closet trunk and Carey Surrency will be bringing it to the next few meetings.  Please bring any BSA uniform items in good condition (clean and without stains or holes) to exchange for a new-to-you item.  If you do not have anything to exchange you can purchase items for $5 each.  Please bring exact payment as I will not have change.  I look forward to helping our scouts get some great deals on great items!

St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry

Posted by bgalloway on Jan 16 2019 - 5:43pm
The St. Vincent de Paul food pantry is requesting help with their upcoming food drive.  The food pantry is very low so this food drive is extremely important!  This opportunity is being offered to other church ministries, so please sign up ASAP.  This counts towards your service hours to our Chartered Organization as well.
Please sign up using the Sign Up Genius links below:

Bag Distribution – January 5th & 6th


 Food Collection – January 12th & 13th


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