NORTH FULTON, Ga. — The Northern Ridge Boy Scout District for the cities of Roswell, Alpharetta, Johns Creek and Milton recently announced its newest Eagle Scouts. These are the Scouts passed their Board of Review on Feb. 23 held at the Alpharetta Presbyterian Church:
Nathaniel Cole Anderson, from Troop 69, sponsored by Alpharetta First United Methodist Church, whose project was the design and creation of an outdoor covered shooting platform for the rifle range at Camp Highland located in Ellijay.
Benjamin Browning, from Troop 69, was sponsored by Alpharetta First United Methodist Church. His project was the restoration of the outdoor classroom located at Creekview Elementary School. He built and replaced nine benches in this outdoor classroom.
Enrique Pujals, of Troop 1134, was sponsored by St. Peter Chanel Catholic Church. His project was the collection of household items to staff a kitchen for the Mike’s Angels Refugee house in Escondida, Guatemala. These items included pots pans, mixing bowls and plates, utensils to serve 25 occupants.
Thomas Hampton, of Troop 431, was sponsored by Roswell United Methodist Church. For his project, Hampton designed and constructed a break area by the counseling center located at Roswell United Methodist Church. This project included the construction of two benches, a picnic table and a pebble groundcover for the area.
Charles Atherton, of Troop 431, sponsored by Roswell United Methodist Church, designed and constructed two folding bookcases for the Carroll County Emergency Shelter. Atherton also collected over 1,000 books to stock this library and also included catalogue of the books.
Lavran Pujals, of Troop 1134, sponsored by St. Peter Chanel Catholic Church, designed and constructed 4Wheelchair accessible raised planting gardens for the residents of Roswell Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.