NORTH FULTON, Ga. – The Milton Boy Scout District, which includes the cities of Roswell, Alpharetta, Johns Creek and Milton, announced its newest Eagle Scouts who passed their boards Oct. 24.
Among the requirements of attaining Eagle rank include the completion of an approved civic project.
Nathaniel Maiwald of Troop 317, sponsored by Perimeter Church, chose as his project the organization and collection of reading and sunglasses for distribution to the needy in Guatemala. Maiwald collected more than 500 pairs of glasses. He also had to measure and label each pair using a lensometer.
Daniel Rowland of Troop 3143, sponsored by Johns Creek United Methodist Church, decided he would design and build 12 metal clothing racks. For this project, Rowland had to cut and thread all the pipes for the clothing racks.
Lucas Murray of Troop 3143, sponsored by Johns Creek United Methodist Church, elected to landscape the front of Johns Creek High School. Murray dug out, cleaned out and weeded an 800-square-foot area and planted trees and shrubs.
Quinton Aubrey Haley of Troop 143, sponsored by Johns Creek United Methodist Church, took as his project the design and construction of a 10-foot by 10-foot storage shed with outdoor overhang for Grace Chapel Church in Cumming
Wilson Gao of Troop 2000, sponsored by Johns Creek Presbyterian Church, took on as his project the job to landscape and beautify and add enhancements the Eric Amman Memorial Garden at Johns Creek Presbyterian Church. Gao also created and organized an commemorative opening ceremony for the garden.
Garrett Fetner of Troop 317, sponsored by Perimeter Church, decided on the job of organizing and collecting of shoes for Soles4Souls charity. Fetner collected 805 pairs of shoes, which will be shipped all over the world to those in need.