12-05Troop Meeting
12-12Court of Honor
12-16Luke Hofrichter Eagle Project
12-27 -> 12-30POLARIS
01-26 -> 01-28KLONDIKE
02-03Scouting for Food
06-02Depart for Seabase - Hotel in Miami Area
06-03 -> 06-10Seabase Scuba Adventure
12-16Luke Hofrichter Eagle Project
4/10 scouts attending
12-27 -> 12-30POLARIS
10 people attending
01-26 -> 01-28KLONDIKE
9 people attending
02-03Scouting for Food
0 people attending
0 people attending
06-09 -> 06-15Summer Camp 2024
3 people attending

Welcome !

Troop 75 is a growing group of more than 70 energetic, motivated boys ranging in age from 11 to 17. We are the original Boy Scout Troop sponsored by the Peachtree City United Methodist Church beginning in 1980. Troop 75 prides itself on being a ”boy-run, boy-led” troop. We develop leadership skills in boys with experienced Scouts acting as mentors to younger Scouts. Experienced and dedicated adult leadership is always on hand to give guidance and assistance, when necessary.

Syncing the Troop Calendar to your personal calendar

Posted on Nov 29 2023 - 9:18am


When you log onto the Troop Website you will see a User box

Within this box the Calendar Sync command allows you to sync the Troop Calendar to your personal calendar 


Coming in January 2024: Scouting For Food

Posted on Nov 29 2023 - 9:14am

Started in 1985 as an Eagle Scout service project by the Greater Saint Louis Area Council, Scouting for Food is now America’s largest one day food drive. In February, Scouts all over the country will collect canned goods for their communities, supplying food banks, shelters, churches, etc. with the supplies to feed those in need.

As part of the Flint River Council, Troop 75 collected over 330 items last year. The total amount collected by troops throughout our council was over 27,000.

One of the great things about Scouting for Food is that the program is nationwide, but supports local communities. Troop 75 supports the Real Life Center, right here in Peachtree City. The Real Life Center offers assistance to permanent residents of Fayette and Coweta counties who are going through a difficult time--maybe due to a job loss or illness of a family member. They provide food, clothing, and counseling assistance to raise a hand up, not a hand out.

One of Scouting’s driving principles is to do a good turn daily. Scouts at all levels of our program participate in good turns and service projects. Participating in the food drive is a great way to be a good citizen, helping to make our neighborhoods and communities better places to live. Participation qualifies for service hours. We’ll collect items such as: canned vegetables and fruits, canned tuna, chicken and salmon, soups and stews, peanut butter, jelly, dried pasta and rice, powdered drink mixes, and bottled juices.


REGISTER INTEREST: 2025 High Adventure - Backpacking at Philmont NM

Posted on Nov 26 2023 - 5:19pm


This is open to all scouts who will be 14years old by June 2025

Philmont will be Troop 75's 2025 High Adventure

This is a Backpacking Trip in the mountains of New Mexico


The level of interest tells us how many Crews we will be able to support

We need a minimum of 2 adults able to undertake the backpack trip and the preceding training per crew

Approx cost $1200 - $1400

Travel is required from ATL - Denver & Denver - Cimaron NM

Outings and Advancements

Posted on Nov 19 2023 - 11:12am

If you look at the calendar you will see that there are two activities / opportunities in December

Many people need Service Hours and Conservation Hours - - the SWAT day, likely working on erosion control, at Camp Thunder is a great way to get these hours and get a night of camping  - sign up

Winter Camp is also a good way to complete outstanding Merit Badges

Scout Motto

Posted on Nov 19 2023 - 11:12am

Scouting's founder Robert Baden-Powell developed the Scout Motto of "Be Prepared". This led to the inevitable follow-up question.

“Prepared for what?”

“Why, for any old thing,” he replied.

In 1907, Baden-Powell, an English soldier, devised the Scout motto: Be Prepared. He published it in Scouting for Boys in 1908. (Two years later, in 1910, the Boy Scouts of America was founded.)

In Scouting for Boys, Baden-Powell wrote that to Be Prepared means “you are always in a state of readiness in mind and body to help others.”

More than a century later, skills and the preparedness to help are still cornerstones of Scouting. 

Need one more reminder of the importance of the Scout motto? Consider the Eagle Scout medal, which represents the highest honor in Scouting.

Notice that the medal includes just two words.

Being Prepared is just one of the things that we look for in Scoutmaster Conferences and Boards of Review

Current Calendar - check regularly for Updates

Posted on Nov 19 2023 - 11:03am


Nov 2023
Tue 11/28   6:45 pm 8:15 pm   TROOP MEETING Scout Lodge  
  Dec 2023
Fri 12/1   6:00 pm 6:00 pm   Camping / Service / Conservation @ Camp Thunder SWAT Day Camp Thunder  
Tue 12/5   6:45 pm 8:15 pm   Troop Meeting Work on cleaning up merit badges in preparation of the Court of Honor next week.  
Sun 12/10   2:00 pm 3:00 pm   Adopt-a-Mile Battery Way Park  
Tue 12/12   6:30 pm 8:30 pm   Court of Honor The Scout Lodge  
Wed 12/27-30   12:00 pm 9:00 am   POLARIS Camp Thunder  
  Jan 2024
Fri 1/26-28   6:00 pm 9:00 am   KLONDIKE Camp Thunder/Lawhorn  
  Feb 2024
Sat 2/3   9:00 am 12:00 pm   Scouting for Food Meet at Kedron Elementary School  
Sat 2/10   9:00 am 12:00 pm   SCOUTING FOR FOOD Meet at Kedron Elementary School  
  Mar 2024
Fri 3/22-24   6:00 pm 9:00 am   FAYETTE SPRING CAMPOREE Camp Thunder/Lawhorn



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