Tags: Community & Outreach
Perimeter Church's newest Eagle Scouts are from left: Leland Grass, Preston Krah, Nathaniel Davis, Joshua Gautier and Lane Mitchell. (click for larger version)
January 15, 2014MILTON, Ga. — The Milton Boy Scout District, which covers the cities of Roswell, Alpharetta, Johns Creek and Milton, announced its newest Eagle Scouts, who passed their Board of Review Dec. 4.
Leland Grass, Preston Krah, Nathaniel Davis, Joshua Gautier and Lane Mitchell passed their Eagle Scout Board of Review.
All five of these Scouts are from Troop 317, which is sponsored by Perimeter Church.
Leland Grass's project was the design and construction of an enclosed octagon wooden structure for the purpose of playing the game Ga-Ga at Camp All-America at Perimeter Church. He also constructed a metal instruction board listing the rules to play the game.
Preston Krah's project was the design and construction of an 8-foot pergola with a swing for Camp All-America at Perimeter Church.
Nathaniel Davis's project was the design and construction of a three-sided wooden shelter for a herd of horses at Save the Horses Rescue Center.
Joshua Gautier's project was the design of a collection of food items for the North Gwinnett Cooperative Ministry. Although his goal was 1,000 food items, he surpassed it and collected 1,100 food items.
Lane Mitchell's project was the demolition, redesign and construction of a nature trail for Camp All-America at Perimeter Church.