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New Eagle Scouts for the Northern Ridge District

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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:

Andrew Liang, of Troop 2000, was sponsored by Johns Creek Presbyterian Church. His project was the design and construction of two large elevated planter boxes and five smaller planters mounted on the balcony’s railing at Sunrise Senior Living of Johns Creek Center.

Jordan Klustner, of Troop 87, sponsored by Roswell Presbyterian Church, whose project was the design and creation of a 8’x12’ storage shed at Autrey Mill Nature Preserve and Heritage Center.

Matthew Stuver, of Troop 226 was sponsored by Bridge to Grace Church. For his project, Stuver designed and constructed Two Walking Stick Corals for the Autrey Mill Nature Preserve and Heritage Center. Stuver then created and stocked these corals with walking sticks all branded with Autrey Mill’s name.

Eric Wang, of Troop 2000, sponsored by Johns Creek Presbyterian Church, designed and constructed a large cabinet with swinging doors to store Band uniforms for the Chattahoochee High School Band Room.

Davis White, of Troop 1459, was sponsored by St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church. His project was the design and construction of a staircase down a dirt path located on a hill at Cambridge High School. White also constructed a gravel pathway connecting the stairs to the student parking area.

Jonathan Avery, of Troop 10, was sponsored by St. Benedict’s Catholic Church. His project was the design and construction of an outdoor fire pit and four benches for this fire pit for Three Dimensional Life, an organization that helps rescue young men from addiction, depression and destructive behavior.

Charles Kevers, of Troop 1717, was sponsored by Cross of Life Lutheran Church. For his project, Kevers created a school club called Road to Success that would help connect students to career paths. This organization would hold panel speaker events, field trips to local colleges and panel discussion on career choices.


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