Troops 2000B & 2000G
JCPC charters Troop 2000B and 2000G; our Troops are Youth Led, with meetings and activities planned by scouts with adult leadership guidance. Our 132 registered scouts in 2000B and 2000G meet each Monday evening at 7:30 p.m. For contact information, calendar of events, etc., visit the Troop 2000 website. Troop 2000 reflects JCPC’s Give, Go, Live! mission by focusing on Youth and Service! Troop 2000G was well represented by our first two female Eagle Scouts earning this accomplishment in 2021!
Significant Accomplishments of Boy Scout Troop 2000
Eagle Projects – Over $31,000 in capital improvements for JCPC since 2005… in addition to over 3,500 volunteer service hours (over $25,000 value at minimum wage). Troop 2000 has produced 204 Eagle Scouts (13 in 2021)!
Community Service – 1,463 Eagle Project hours (13 eagle projects in 2021), 1.080 Christmas Tree Recycling hours. Service to JCPC including Preschool playground mulch replacement.
Awards – BSA Journey to Excellence Unit Award (Gold), Northern Ridge District Honor Unit Award, Unit Godsends– Luis Guzman (2000B) and Chris Hertling (2000G), as well as District Godsend Mark Kopel, District Award of Merit Juis Guzman and James E. West Fellowship Jean Veeneman.
Activities – 110 Rank Advancements, 364 Merit Badges Earned, 170 Special Awards, multiple Camping Trips, ski trip, canoeing, rock climbing, multiple backpacking trips, Summer Camp, Philmont, and Seabase participation in 2021.
U.S. Military Academies – Six Eagle Scouts from Troop 2000 have been enrolled
Importantly, over 50 registered adults serve Troop 2000. The value they place on the Scouting experience forall boys, not just their own, is reflected in many serving well beyond the time their son is an active Scout.
Scoutmaster Suhanthan Vanniyasingam email@example.com
Committee Chair Jennifer Henn firstname.lastname@example.org
Scoutmaster Cathy Davis email@example.com
Committee Chair Chris Hertling firstname.lastname@example.org
Cub Scout Pack 1000
Pack 1000 is going strong and welcomed scouts joining from another pack with a registration of 47 scouts! Each month we met at Shakerag Park by the lake to do “Advancement Sunday” where we hand out advancements and allow the Scouts to discuss their activities to earn one of their advancements.
We have continued to perform community service with road cleanups, “Hands on Shakerag” and JCPC spreading mulch for the preschool. We conducted Pinewood Derby, participated in the Johns Creek Founders Day parade, and had multiple camping events.
Thank you to everyone who supports scouting and the experiences that scouts have that is unique to Scouting. Pack 1000 thanks the membership of the Johns Creek Presbyterian Church for its support of Scouting since 1999 as it works to deliver a great scouting program to instill the values of the Scout Oath and Law to the next generation.
Cubmaster: Jonathan Duvall, email@example.com
Committee Chair: Saurabh Musalgaonkar, firstname.lastname@example.org
Pack Meeting Date: 3rd Sunday of the Month
Location: Shakerag Park
Time: 2—4 pm