Four new Eagle Scouts from Johns Creek



JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — The Milton Boy Scout District announced its newest Eagle Scouts, who passed their Board of Review July 26. Four of those new Eagle Scouts are from Johns Creek.

For his Eagle project, Daniel Dardaman, of Troop 317, sponsored by Perimeter Church, remodeled the recreation field at Perimeter Church with 12 heavy duty barriers, creating the effects of walls, for laser tag activities at the camp and sports outreach ministry.

Joseph Stieren, of Troop 2000, sponsored by the Johns Creek Presbyterian Church, built a cedar bench with cedar planters and trellis, as well as reconstructed the path from the community garden to the parking lot at Dor Tamid Temple.

William Bradley, of Troop 143, sponsored by Johns Creek United Methodist Church, chose for his project to refurbish equipment, including the construction of a perimeter for the playground located at Grace Chapel Church of Christ.

Richard Bennett Tatgenhorst of Troop 317, sponsored by Perimeter Church.Bennett's project was to build a Nine Square Court for use by Perimeter Church's Sports and Outreach

Ministry, known locally as Camp All American. This platform will be used by thousands of kids each summer at camp, and as a gathering spot in the woods area during the rest of the year.

JC 08-09-12

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