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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 (Cities of Roswell, Alpharetta, John’s Creek, Milton) is proud to announce its newest Eagle Scouts, who passed their Board of Review on June 22, 2017. These are Scouts who passed their Eagle Board of Reviews, held at Alpharetta Presbyterian Church:

Andrew Willis, of Troop 143, sponsored by John’s Creek United Methodist Church, was the design and construction of a 6 step units with railings for the Choir Room at Johns Creek United Methodist Church.

Connor O’Stean, of Troop 3000, sponsored by Birmingham United Methodist Church, whose project was the design and construction of 2 outdoor drying racks, for herbs and vegetables, for the Lionheart School (a school for special needs students).

Ian Nachazel, of Troop 10, sponsored by St. Benedict’s Catholic Church, whose project was the design and construction of a large wooden bench swing located at Autrey Mill Nature Preserve and Heritage Center.

Konrad Muly, of Troop 431, sponsored by Roswell United Methodist Church, whose project was the design and construction of a prayer garden for Rivercliff Lutheran Church. This Prayer garden consisted of a water pond, 2 benches, a trellis, 2 arbors and a flower garden

Christian Cullen, of Troop 69, sponsored by Alpharetta First United Methodist Church, whose project was the design and construction of a covered 12’x6’ rifle shooting platform for Camp Highland.

Mark Janowitz, of Troop 69, sponsored by Alpharetta First United Methodist Church, whose project was the design and construction of wooden steps for three Kindergarten Classrooms at Lake Windward Elementary School.

Surya Prabhakar, of Troop 3143, sponsored by John’s Creek United Methodist Church, whose project was the design and building of a large bench swing for EnableGA Group home.

Srikar Yendapally, of Troop 3143, sponsored by John’s Creek United Methodist Church, whose project was the design and building of 2 picnic tables and a prayer garden for the Hanuman Mandir Temple.


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