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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.


Calendar - recently updated

Posted on Apr 14 2024 - 6:00pm


Day Date Start End Event Location

  Apr 2024
Tue 4/16   6:45 pm 8:15 pm   Troop Meeting: Merit Badge Catch Up Scout Lodge  
Fri 4/19-21   6:00 pm 1:00 pm   Order of the Arrow Conclave    
Tue 4/23   6:45 pm 8:15 pm   Troop Meeting: Fish and Wildlife MB Scout Lodge  
Tue 4/30   6:45 pm 8:15 pm   Troop Meeting: Summer Camp Prep Scout Lodge  
  May 2024
Sat 5/4   8:30 am 3:30 pm   COUNCIL MERIT BADGE DAY Coweta Charter Academy  
Sun 5/5   2:00 pm 3:00 pm   Adopt A Mile Battery Way Park  
Tue 5/7   6:45 pm 8:15 pm   Court of Honor Scout Lodge  
Fri 5/10-12   6:00 pm 1:00 pm   Ziplining Campout Banning Mills /McIntosh Reserve Park  
Sat 5/11   9:00 am 3:00 pm   Day Hike 10 Mile for Hiking Merit Badge TBD  
Tue 5/14   6:45 pm 8:15 pm   Troop Meeting: Summer Camp Prep Scout Lodge  
Fri 5/24       Last day of School    
  Jun 2024
Sun 6/2   6:00 am 7:00 pm   Depart for Seabase - Hotel in Miami Area    
Sun 6/2   2:00 pm 3:00 pm   Adopt a Mile Battery Way Park  
Mon 6/3-9   6:00 am 9:00 pm   Seabase Scuba Adventure Islamorada FL  
Sun 6/9-15   8:00 am 1:00 pm   Summer Camp 2024 Camp Woodruff  
  Jul 2024
Sun 7/7   2:00 pm 3:00 pm   Adopt a Mile Battery Way Park  
  Aug 2024
Mon 8/5       First day of School    
Sun 8/11   2:00 pm 3:00 pm   Adopt a Mile Battery Way Park  
Fri 8/30-9/1   6:00 pm 6:00 pm   Aquatics Adventure Weekend Scout land Lake Lanier  
  Sep 2024
Mon 9/2       Student Holiday

Fayette Spring Camporee CANCELLED

Posted on Mar 4 2024 - 5:16pm

The Spring CAMPOREE was cancelled and removed from the calendar.  
Anyone already signed up was advised. 


Posted on Feb 25 2024 - 5:27pm

The CAMPOREE is cancelled,

Those signed up have been notified and it’s removed from calendar.

Busy Saturday for Troop 75

Posted on Feb 4 2024 - 9:53pm

It was a busy Saturday for Troop 75 as we completed the first phase of our Scouting for Food effort while other Scouts completed one of the 10 mile hike requirements towards the Hiking Merit Badge. We hiked from Kedron Elementary to Riley Field, Drake Field then around the southern end of Lake Peachtree. We then stopped for a hot trail lunch on Spyglass Island before heading back along the eastern shore of Lake Peachtree on our way back to Kedron Elementary. We used Mr. Nigel's GPS units and maps to visit numerous Eagle Scout Projects along the way. A hearty thank you to Mr. Nigel for not only teaching use how to use GPS units but also for taking the time to bring his trail stoves for use to cook hot meals on the trail! A fantastic way to spend a beautiful day and get some exercise outdoors! Check out the attached photos!

Scoutmaster’s 2024 New Year Message:

Posted on Jan 19 2024 - 2:56pm

I would like to take this opportunity to wish you and your families happiness, health and positivity in 2024!

Thank you to our adult volunteers who make our Scout outings possible ensure that our Scouts have fun and learn a few things along the way! We have a lot of exciting activities planned this year including our Scuba High Adventure Sea Base! Check the website calendar frequently for opportunities to sign up for new activities.

Some of you Scouts have met all the requirements for rank advancement but YOU have to advocate for yourself and step up to request your Scoutmaster Conference and Board of Review to rank up! Check your emails from “DoNotReply@troopmaster.email” to see your rank and merit badge progression.

 A special message to our many Life ranked Scouts:
We are really looking forward to seeing you at more of Troop meetings and exciting activities this year! Please remember that you are an important part of our Troop as role models to the younger Scouts who look up to you to see how to conduct yourselves.

You are also mentors to other Star and Life Scouts who seek your guidance and lean on you for motivation in helping them plan and execute their Eagle projects.

 We understand that you have many obligations outside of Scouting involving academic, sporting and community activities and we encourage this as it makes you a more well-rounded young man, but we will require that you attend at least one Troop meeting and one activity per month to maintain contact with you to provide a little encouragement and support to you on your Eagle projects and other requirements as you progress along your journey in Scouting.

Looking forward to an exciting 2024!

Ansel James
Troop 75


Eagle Merit Badge Counselors

Posted on Jan 13 2024 - 6:09pm


The BSA’s merit badge program is designed to teach Scouts about a wide variety of topics, with the hopes they’ll discover new interests, new hobbies, or maybe even a future career. 

However, the merit badge program doesn’t work without merit badge counselors.

A merit badge counselor is a responsible adult with knowledge and enthusiasm about a career, hobby or other subject who is willing to share that knowledge and enthusiasm with Scouts

It varies. Some merit badges can be completed in a few hours. Others require field trips, outings and excursions (like, say a visit to a museum or historic site) that are carried out over a period of weeks, or even months, in between other Scouting activities.
The job of the merit badge counselor is not to go on every single outing or excursion with a Scout. It’s to make sure the Scout knows what is required of them to earn the badge, and to help them with any requirements that can be completed in a group setting.

The biggest help for merit badge counselors is, however, the merit badge pamphlet. Every badge has a pamphlet that serves as both a textbook for the youth and a guide for the counselor. The pamphlet lists each requirement for each badge, along with suggestions and instructions on how to get them done.

Troop 75 needs adults to volunteer as Merit Badge Counselors

At the moment we have nobody covering the position for the following Eagle Required Merit Badges


In most cases Counselors are not needed to teach the whole Merit Badge' however Scouts returning from Summer Camp or Merit Badge Days often have the odd requirement that needs to be completed

Contact Sheri Ewen if you are interested


Merit Badge
Emergency Preparedness
Environmental Science
Personal Fitness



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