Welcome !

Welcome to Button Gwinnett District Website and Information Portal!  It's easy-to-use with announcements, calendar, files, links,event registration and broadcast email. 

Since it's built on a content management system framework, it's easy for our Committee Members to keep it updated with new content.

If you're a registered leader of a Cub Scout Pack, Boy Scout Troop or Venturing Crew within the Button Gwinnett District, you may join as a member of the site. 

To join our site, simply send your unit, charter organization, leadership position, phone number and email address to mailto:member@gwinnettbsa.org

Program information from March Roundtable's guest, Eagle Scout Mr. Sam Ovett from Endless River Adventures

Posted on Mar 27 2015 - 11:24am
If there is anything I can do as a Scout to help your district please do not hesitate to reach out!
All the best,
Sam Ovett
Office: 828-488-6199


Atlanta Dream - Boy Scout Day - Sunday July 12 @ 3pm

Posted on Mar 20 2015 - 1:06pm

Join us as the Atlanta Dream
takes on the New York Liberty
in celebration of Boy Scouts !
(see attachment for details)

Gathering of Eagles - 2015 National Annual Meeting Welcome Reception - May 19, 2015

Posted on Mar 14 2015 - 8:44am

The Atlanta Area Council is proud to host the 2015 National Meeting of
the Boy Scouts of America!

Over 2,000 Scouters from across the country
will come together in Atlanta to enjoy some southern hospitality and strengthen our movement.

It all kicks off with the National Annual
Meeting Welcome Reception and Annual Gathering of Eagles.

Gathering of Eagles Chairman Clay Courts and committee as we host local Scouting heroes, national guests, and Atlanta area business leaders for a reception with drinks and light dining at the stunning Marriott Marquis in downtown Atlanta.

We hope you’ll join us on May 19th to reconnect with your fellow Eagles and share in the celebration.

Registration is open to all and available
online at  www.AtlantaBSA.org/Gathering.

BSA National Meeting Volunteer Opportunity! - May 20-22

Posted on Mar 14 2015 - 8:44am

National Meeting Volunteer Opportunity!

Below is the link for Scouters to register to volunteer for the National Meeting, May 20-22.  The Council needs a total of 140 volunteers.

There will have a kick- off volunteer rally for the registered volunteers on April 15.

Volunteer- BSANationalMeeting

New Adult and Youth Membership Applications

Posted on Mar 14 2015 - 8:34am

Effective March 1, 2015, National issued new adult and youth membership applications. Please check your work areas, home stock, etc. and bring in any old applications to the Program Center for destruction, or destroy them yourselves.

New Applications will be available at Roundtable or through Cami Gregory (District Executive).  She can be contacted at cami.gregory@scouting.org or at 404-662-9648.

Cami Gregory
District Executive|Button Gwinnett District 
Atlanta Area Council, BSA
C 404.662.9648

Celebrate Scouting at Your Place of Worship

Posted on Feb 18 2015 - 8:54am

For more than 100 years, Boy Scouts have enjoyed the support of religious organizations. Together, we have enriched the spiritual lives of local youth - each of whom strives from the perspective of their own beliefs to live up to the Scout Oath and Law.

Celebrate this partnership between Scouting and our religious partners by taking part in a Scout Sunday or Scout Sabbath celebration at your place of worship.  Scout Sunday and Scout Sabbath offer worshipers the opportunity to honor Scouting, and learn more about the value Scouting provides to the young people of their congregation. Now is the time to talk with the leader of your place of worship about holding a Scout Sunday on February 8, 2015 or a Scout Sabbath on February 14, 2015 - or any other time in the month of February.

Click here for resources to help make your Scout Sunday or Scout Sabbath a success.  Scout Sunday and Scout Sabbath is a great time to invite other families in your congregation to join the fun of Scouting. Families can come together to get more engaged in faith while having fun and promoting values, leadership, and service in their children.

The Atlanta Area Council wants to help you share Scouting with your place of worship.

Click here
to order a set of customized bulletin inserts that you can share during your Scout Sunday or Scout Sabbath celebration.

Button Gwinnett District

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