Northern Ridge District announces new Eagle Scouts

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NORTH FULTON, Ga. — The Northern Ridge Boy Scout District, which includes the cities of Roswell, Alpharetta, Johns Creek and Milton, recently announced its newest Eagle Scouts. These Scouts all passed their Board of Review on Nov. 30 at the Alpharetta Presbyterian Church:

Hunter Stansberry, from Troop 69, was sponsored by Alpharetta First United Methodist Church. For his project, Stansberry designed and created an outdoor covered skeet shooting platform for Camp Highland, a nonprofit Christian Camp for Atlanta youth located in Ellijay.

William Knapp, of Troop 3000, was sponsored by Birmingham United Methodist Church. His project was to design and construct two horse stalls for Specials Equestrian Rising Hope Barn, which provides riding therapy for people with disabilities.

Louis Deavers, of Troop 629, was sponsored by Mt. Pisgah United Methodist Church. His project was the restoration of the butterfly garden pathway as well as constructing an irrigation system for the butterfly garden at Autrey Mill Nature Preserve and Heritage Center.

Maximilian Proels, of Troop 2143, was sponsored by Johns Creek United Methodist Church. Proels designed and constructed a conductor’s podium and renovated storage shelves for the Riverwatch Middle School Band.

Nicholas Varney, from Troop 40, was sponsored by the Roswell Ward of Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints. Varney’s project was the drawing and color painting of a large outdoor map of the U.S. with capitals for Hembree Springs Elementary School.

Joshua Gargan, from Troop 69, was sponsored by Alpharetta First United Methodist Church. He both designed and constructed eight mileage markers for the Cambridge High School Cross Country Course.

Aditya Choudhari, of Troop 841, was sponsored by St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church. Choudhari designed and constructed a tire obstacle as well as installed four picnic tables for the fire ring located at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church.

Daren Wyatt Lillard, of Troop 3000, was sponsored by Birmingham United Methodist Church. For his project, Lillard designed and constructed a large exit arch for the prayer trail at Birmingham United Methodist Church. He also cleaned up a spur trail as well.

Stephen Horn, of Troop 2143, was sponsored by Johns Creek United Methodist Church. Horn designed and constructed a teepee sandbox at Autrey Mill Nature Preserve and Heritage Center. Horn also landscaped around this teepee.


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