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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

Feb Roundtable is all about Training!

Posted on Feb 11 2017 - 4:38pm

Roundtable is a week from this Tuesday!


Join us as we help teach new Scout Leaders and parents the “whys” and “hows” of Scouting and to be more effective in their roles, through our quality training programs.

We have multiple programs throughout the year, from just a couple hours to overnights and weekends – and it takes a dedicated volunteer team to plan, promote, register, set up, deliver, and pack up everything.

Button Gwinnett Training Team has top notch ratings in the Atlanta and Southeast region for our successful, quality training programs and we strive for continued improvement in bringing more training to more leaders. We also have a lot of fun and enjoy great food!

Share your time and expertise and “pay it forward” by joining us for a few hours behind the scenes in logistics, or actual presentations, cooking, camping, and much more.

Our Team Needs:

Logistics – before, during and/or after course (can be different people)

Communications, Promotion and Registration and course check-in

Administrative – compile registrations, enter completions in database

Set up and Take down and pack up training site and gear

Excellent presenters to teach (or assist) subject modules or demonstrations

Quartermaster (or assist) for overnight and weekend courses

Transportation – help move gear, materials, etc to training site and return

Some of these would only take a few hours, some much more, but each would contribute greatly to the success of the training team. Help us deliver the promise of trained scout leaders to provide a quality, fun-filled program for our youth. Thank You.


Come to the February RT to Learn How You Can Serve!

Community Service

Posted on Feb 6 2017 - 3:44pm

Service is a hallmark of Scouting - but it can have challenges. Where can you find opportunities for a wide age range? How do you log your hours and record them for BSA and the Atlanta Area Council to track the good turns you're out there doing? How and when do you participate in Scouting's national effort: Scouting for Food? We have answers!

Upcoming Scout activities: GA Capitol, Porsche, orienteering

Posted on Feb 6 2017 - 3:03pm

Three unique field trips coming up for your Scouts! Orienteering at BASC on Feb. 26. Scout Day at the Georgia Capitol is March 1. This event will usually sell out and costs just $1 to register your Scout. Contact your school admin. to see if this counts as an excused absence (it often does). Porsche merit badge clinic (for Scouts and Venturers age 14+) will be March 18 AND 25 (2 part course) - and proceeds from registration fees support the Council's Campership fund!

Day Camp Dates set for all Districts in the Atlanta Area Council

Posted on Jan 31 2017 - 11:04am

Mark your calendars!  Button Gwinnett's District Day Camp has been scheduled for June 12-16, 2017.  Attached below is a save-the-date flyer for Button Gwinnett's Day Camp.  Also, attached are 2 flyers with the 2017 dates for all the day camps in the Atlanta Area Council.

Sea Base High Adventure Trek available for 3 Boy Scouts and 1 Adult

Posted on Jan 30 2017 - 3:06pm

Troop 846 (Button Gwinnett District - Duluth) is looking for 3 Boys Scouts and 1 adult who would be interested in joining them at BSA's Florida Sea Base, located in the Florida Keys.  The troop  was awarded the opportunity to send two 6-scout crews to BSA’s Florida Sea Base, and our adventure is the Coral Reef Sailing Adventure, which is a 7 day/6 night experience.  Our troop is filling 9 of the 12 available scout slots and have 3 leaders committed to the trip (all adult training for both crews completed; additional adult would only be required to have YPT).  Unfortunately, the other troop which was planning to join us recently pulled out of the trip, leaving our second boat missing 3 scouts and 1 adult.

Wood Badge Course 1 - Weekend 1 (3/3/2017-3/5/2017) Registration Open

Posted on Jan 26 2017 - 3:16pm

Wood Badge is considered the premier leadership training course for Scout Leaders of all levels of the Scouting program. It concentrates on providing training on modern leadership skills needed in today’s world for Scout leaders. Wood Badge Training will not only make you a better Scout Leader, it will also assist you in improving your personal and professional life as well.

Through Wood Badge you will gain valuable tools in listening, communicating, conflict management, project planning and leading change. You will learn to better understand and leverage diversity and the generational differences of society. You will learn to lead with a vision. You will learn the skills that will make you a better Scout Leader to benefit the youth we serve.

Click here for more info.

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