Scouting Lego Masters When April 29th: 8am to 4pm ** Where 9945 Jones Bridge Road, John Creek, Ga 30022 Cost Cub Scouts $35, Scouts BSA $40 Lion/Tiger/Wolf start at
A Camp-O-Ree is many things—camping fun for youth, the thumping of hundreds of feet on the way to an evening campfire, and the blue smoke from fires cooking stew or ham and eggs. It’s catching the idea of teamwork in a patrol.
As Scouts, we know how fortunate we are to have a warm meal every night — whether around the campfire or at the kitchen table. And we know that not everyone is so lucky.
Each month the Northern Ridge Training team offers a workshop for youth and their parents. The purpose is to help Scouts and their parents through the process of obtaining the rank of Eagle Scout.
The Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills (IOLS) course builds and expands on the concepts and themes introduced in Scoutmaster Position-Specific Training and provides Scouters with the confidence to take youth into the outdoors.
The Atlanta Area Council sponsors training courses to help train Scout Leaders to enable Scouts, Scouters, and others to improve their shooting skills and shooting knowledge.
Cub Scout leaders who are interested in adding a camping component to their Pack activities are required to have at least one BALOO trained adult on every Cub Scout den or pack overnight outdoor even
|When||April 29th: 8am to 4pm **|
|Where||9945 Jones Bridge Road, John Creek, Ga 30022|
|Cost||Cub Scouts $35, Scouts BSA $40|
** Rain Date is May 6th.
Cubs $35.00—> however, if the Scout helps sort Lego bricks for 2 hours on a weekend prior to the competition $5.00 will be reimbursed off the cost so $30 total
Scouts $40.00—> however, if the Scout helps sort Lego bricks for 2 hours on a weekend prior to the competition $5.00 will be reimbursed off the cost so $35 total
Reimbursement form on the flyer.
Just because something has always been done a certain way doesn’t mean it needs to continue that way. What we changed for the next block of roundtable topics is that they will be driven by a central theme.
From January to May our theme will be “unraveling the mystery of program.” If you have been around Scouting long enough, you have heard the term “program” used as a catch all for a variety of reasons. Much like the answer to the question in “Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy”… 42
Click the button below to submit an idea you have for a topic.
One way to faithfully continue John’s legacy was to create an annual award to recognize faith and leadership in young adults today. We feel it appropriate to do this through the Boy Scout program at JCUMC. Starting in 2008, the Johns Creek UMM has recognized Eagle Scouts annually that exemplify the character traits that John felt made the biggest impact on him; namely, Duty-to-God, Leadership and Service to Others. One scout out of all nominated each year is presented a specially engraved knife with all qualified nominees receiving a special leadership bible.
Requirements are that the Scout will have earned the Eagle Scout rank prior to his nomination, is a Christian, is still in high school, and has been nominated by an adult leader in their troop.
Below is the link to the Friends of Scouting Campaign. Remember our District name is Northern Ridge.
When: 1st Thursday of Each Month @ 7pm
Where: Alpharetta Presbyterian Church
When: 2nd Thursday of Each Month @ 7 pm
Where: Alpharetta First United Methodist – Youth Center
When: 3rd Thursday of Each Month @ 7:30 pm
Alpharetta First United Methodist Church – Youth Center
Did you know Northern Ridge has a newsletter? Click the icon below to register to receive the news as it happens in the district. Generally, one update goes out per month, some positions do receive additional as opportunities for Scouts arise.