Welcome !

Troop 75 is a growing group of more than 50 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 younger Scout.  Experienced and dedicated adult leadership is always on hand to give guidance and assistance, when necessary.

New Troop Meeting Safety Rule

Posted on Jan 15 2018 - 4:17pm

 As of now, no knives will be allowed at troop meetings unless knives are required for the meeting.  In addition, all safety rules must be followed pertaining to knife safety and the blood circle on outings as well.  No knives should be out unless used for a specific purpose.  

Scoutmaster Minute

Posted on Jan 14 2018 - 5:21am

 TROOP MEETING : Chess Merit Badge - Jacob


Adopt A Mile today: 1400 at Battery Way on Lake Peachtree


Check the important Scouting for Food information.



We have entered the lottery for  Northern Tier 2019 we are hoping to get three crews: look out for the results


Seabasers - - check your emails for important Training and Payment Information


NEED TO FIND CONTACT INFORMATION? - check the Troop Roster tab, this has everyones email and phone number









REMINDER: Cyber Chip MUST be completed prior to BOR for next rank. 



Adult Troop 75 t-shirts are available for $12 if you are interested. See Jensine Sutherland


Scouting For Food - America's Largest One Day Food Drive

Posted on Jan 14 2018 - 5:19am

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 500 items last year.  The total amount collected by troops throughout our council was over 26,000. 


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 county 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 “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 community 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.   


If you can’t participate on February, 3, you can still contribute by bringing canned goods to the scout lodge on January 23rd or 30th.  On the 3rd, we will need scouts and a few adults that can help drive through the neighborhood, carrying collected items in their car, truck, or golf cart. 


On February 3, we’ll meet at 9:00 a.m. at The Averill home, 400 Lighthouse Lane, Peachtree City.  Parent contact:  Cheryl Averill, cell 678-371-3968.  The project usually takes 2-3 hours. 






Contact Details

Posted on Jan 14 2018 - 5:14am

 If you need to email folks we have made it easy for you with these email aliases

Just use them and the message gets to the correct person (you can also access this from the "Send Email" panel on the website)






Medical Forms Part A & B Due by January 1st

Posted on Jan 14 2018 - 5:14am

As a troop we collect medical forms January 1st for the start of the new camping year. 

Please take a moment and update and turn Part A and B in by January 1st.

Parts A & B do not require a Doctor's signature


Part C does require a Doctor's signature or going to a a CVS etc

Part C is due for all summer campers is due by April 1st.

Part C is due for all Seabase Divers is due by 1st February.

Forms must renewed once a year.  Everyone rechartering needs to turn in by January 1st.

Health Forms are Due/Update Information

Posted on Jan 6 2018 - 5:17am

As a troop we collect new health forms at the beginning of the year.  Please bring your updated health forms Part A and B to the next meeting.  Even if you turned them in mid-year we need you to sumbit new ones at the beginning of the year.

Also,  please check that your information on the website is correct.  We have had trouble with numerous bad phone numbers and emails.  Scouts - if you have your own email please check as well that it is listed.  Contact Jensine Sutherlad at sutherlandptc@gmail.com with updates.



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