New Eagle Scouts pass Board of Review

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NORTH FULTON, Ga. — The Northern Ridge Boy Scout District, of Roswell, Alpharetta, Johns Creek and Milton, had several scouts pass their Board of Review July 27.

David Hancock, of Troop 143, was sponsored by John’s Creek United Methodist Church. His project was the restoration and repainting of several rooms for the Abba House, a recovery center for women who have been subject to drug and alcohol addiction. David also raised funds to purchase mattresses and bedding for several rooms

John Wirth Federico, of Troop 69, was sponsored by Alpharetta First United Methodist Church. Federico’s project was the design and construction of two shooting benches for Camp Highland, a camp for special needs youth.

William Owens, of Troop 51, was sponsored by American Legion Post 201. His project was the design and construction of a Stone Ceremonial Fire Ring and the construction of three wooden benches and a retaining wall adjacent to the ring.

Briggs Cline, of Troop 629, was sponsored by Mt. Pisgah United Methodist Church. His project was the removal and construction of a replacement bridge for the nature trail at Autrey Mill Nature Preserve and Heritage Center.

Nicholas Hollands, of Troop 430, was sponsored by St. David’s Episcopal Church. Hollands’s project was the design and construction of a wooden swinging bench and landscaping with mulch and flowers for Jacob’s Ladder, a school for children with mental disabilities.

Alexander Wittlin, of Troop 1818, was sponsored by the North Metro office of the Marcus Jewish Community Center. Wittlin’s project was the design and construction of four large raised garden beds for the Cohen Home, a non-profit Senior Adult Assisted Living Center.


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