October 2022 Roundtable – FOOD FUN FELLOWSHIP!

Fabulous Foothills,

Greetings and salutations.

Quick reminder that our monthly Roundtable gathering is THIS THURSDAY at 7PM at Unity North. Roundtable is where to get the latest news and information in the Scouting world!

  • Theme is cooking.
  • We will present a Zoom option.
  • Dress for success as the event will be outdoors.
  • Be prepared for fun. Mike Lotz will share some of his humor with you.
  • Probably get to sample some yummy camp cooking. Maybe a recipe swap or learn new cooking tips and techniques.

Unity North location – https://www.bing.com/local?lid=YN203x4416396&id=YN203x4416396&q=Unity+North+Atlanta&name=Unity+North+Atlanta&cp=34.05414962768555%7e-84.44918060302734&ppois=34.05414962768555_-84.44918060302734_Unity+North+Atlanta

The Zoom Link has changed!

Zoom link –   please check your Tuesday email from Scott or the District Google Calendar

Hey – if you would like to show off your camp cooking skills, please reach out to Mike Lotz as we always have room for one more.


September Roundtable – Recap

Here is a brief recap from what I remember. Email addresses for each person are above if you would like to reach out to them for more info.

Hey – if you have a topic you would like to see addressed at Roundtable, let Mike Lotz know. Roundtable is for you – the Scouters of Foothills District.

District Activities

Webelos Woods 2022

Foothills District had an amazing time at Webelos Woods this past weekend! See for yourself all the happy campers we we had in the photos below.
Huge thank you to Troops 312, 433, 2019, and 2319 that helped support the district and their fellow scouts by volunteering to serve as camp staff for the weekend! And a special thanks to Troop 2019 who not only volunteered to run a program area, but also offered to help with flags and the evening campfire program!
Thank you to all the packs who joined us, and for those that didn’t we hope to see you at Webelos Woods next your March 17-19, 2023! Get it on your calendar now and save the date.

Memorial Day Flag Placement May 28th, 2022

In prior years, Scouting organizations in our community place flags at over 18,000 graves of U. S. Military veterans in Marietta National Cemetery. This service project is carried out on the Saturday before Memorial Day. The purpose is help prepare the cemetery for the Memorial Day ceremony that takes place on Monday. In addition to community service, it is an opportunity for youth and adults to learn about and appreciate the service and sacrifice of those who have given their lives in service to their Country. One is also exposed to the rich history of the Marietta area.

The event originated in the former Cobb District of the Atlanta Area Council Boy Scouts of America in cooperation with the National Memorial Day Association of Georgia. Since the 1990’s all Scouting organizations are welcome to participate. The Marietta National Cemetery is in Foothills District of the Atlanta Area Council. Volunteers from Foothills District work with the National Memorial Day Association of Georgia in organizing and hosting the event.
Download the below flyer for more information.
Download Flyer: Memorial Day Flag Placement 2022


Christ Schornak Eagle Scout Memorial Scholarship – 2022

NOV. 1, 1977 — FEB. 26, 2006, EAGLE SCOUT

SSG Christopher Schornak , Nov. 1, 1977 — Feb. 26, 2006, Eagle Scout. Chris started scouting as a Tiger Cub and completed Webelos at Pack 1714 , during which time he earned the Arrow of Light. He continued his scouting career with Troop 75 and achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. In the scout troop, he held the positions of Patrol Leader and went to Philmont. He also attended Summer camp each year. He hiked portions of the AT several times on the troop 50-miler. He was elected into Order of the Arrow, and was on their performing team till he left scouting. During that time, he served as the Chapter Chief.

He graduated from Pope High School in ‘96 and went into the Army. He was in Basic at Fort Benning and then was assigned to the 101st Airborne Division. From there he did a tour in Germany. Once home from there he was stationed at Fort Campbell, KY. Then he was deployed to Iraq. He did leave the Army for a short while in 2004, but then re-enlisted and was stationed at Fort Hood, TX with the 1st Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment, Fourth Brigade, Fourth Infantry Division and was attached to the Fort Campbell, KY unit.

In Dec ‘05 was deployed a 2nd time to Iraq and was killed by enemy fire on Feb. 26, ‘06 while on patrol. During the engagement, he was able to protect his squad. He was the recipient of numerous commendations, including the Bronze Star with combat, distinguishing device, Purple Heart, Meritorious Service Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal and Combat Infantry Badge.
He is survived by his wife Robyn, his son Tristan, his sister Susan, his parents, Jim and Lesley, and his grandmother, Barbara Smith.

Download: 2022 Annual Update & Application

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