BSA Policy-Political Events
The Northeast Georgia Council was chartered by the Boy Scouts of America in 1935 to provide Scouting programs in twenty-six counties. After years of phenomenal growth, our council now serves more than 25,000 youth in Cub Scouting, Boy Scouting, Varsity Scouting, Venturing, Exploring, and in-school Learning for Life. Three camping facilities (Camp Rainey Mountain, Scoutland, and Camp Rotary) and two service centers (Jefferson and Lawrenceville) support the youth members and volunteer leaders.
The Trail’s End fund-raising program is exclusive to Scouting, and it provides all that a Scout council and its packs, troops, teams, crews, and posts may need, from planning and budgeting guidelines to training programs for Scouts and leaders, to the highest quality products available.In 1992, the executive board of the Northeast Georgia Council approved the sale of Trail’s End Popcorn as a council approved fundraiser. That year, the total sales of popcorn products were $72,603. Over the next 21 years, the Scouts of the Northeast Georgia Council have sold over $22,600,000 in popcorn products. Over $8,000,000 in commission has been earned by the Scout units in our council since 1992.
Camp Rainey Mountain, Scoutland, Ranger Camp! You can not take the outing out of Scouting. The outdoor program is the feature about Scouting that appeals to boys, and a week at summer camp is a mountaintop, lakefront, and high adventure experience. Let us show you why the Northeast Georgia Council camps are the camps you want to experience.
BSA Policy-Political Events
Click here for a list of the Cub Scout approved campsite in our area other than our three camp properties (Camp Rainey Mountain, Scoutland and Camp Rotary). Cub Scout Approved… Read more »
It’s thumbs up for Paul C, A Webelos II Scout in Pack 807 in the Etowah District. Paul is the Grand Prize winner of the Fill It Up Popcorn contest. … Read more »
Michael B is a Webelos II from Pack 544 in the Apalachee District. He is the Week 5 winner of the iPad Mini in the Popcorn Fill It Up Contest…. Read more »
The newest video has just been released for Camp Rainey Mountain. “CRM at your service”. A compilation of photos, comments, and videos from this past summer. Has your… Read more »
Congratulations to Pack 149 of the Cherokee District for being the First Pack to submit their award form. They had 40 new Cub Scouts join this fall and ALL 40… Read more »
Wow – A Winner for Week Four. Seven year old Ian M. is a Cub Scout in Pack 503, in the Apalachee District. Ian is shown here with his iPad… Read more »
Griffin D. is excited to have been chosen as the Week 3 Winner of the Popcorn Fill It Up Contest. Griffin is a Webelos Scout in Pack 254 in the… Read more »
Tom Atkinson, Etowah District Executive presents an iPad mini to Calvin S. Calvin is a Boy Scout in Troop 62 in Cumming. Calvin was chosen to receive the second mini… Read more »