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Welcome to the Sweetwater District homepage! Sweetwater covers south Gwinnett and Walton counties in northeast Georgia. We are glad you found us!

History of Sweetwater Georgia from GAGenWeb project


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Find a Scout Pack or Troop near you:  BeAScout.Scouting.Org

If you are a unit leader- This is how someone finds your Pack or Troop. Having your correct information can make the difference in whether someone contacts you or the unit down the road. The unit pin is the point of contact. When someone is interested in your unit, they read about your program, your meeting times and other pertinent information. Then if they are interested, they click the link to contact you. Is your unit pin up-to-date? Key3 Leadership must make the changes, so if you are a Cubmaster, Scoutmaster, Committee Chair, or Chartered Org. Rep.- This step by step guide will walk you through the process.


Are you a new Scouting leader? Your first steps are to take your Youth Protection Training, then choose a learning path in the BSA Learn Center and spend a little time with the material. It is divided into short, easy segments and allows you to train at your own pace. Once you're done, sign up for outdoor leader training- BALOO for Cub Leaders, or IOLS for Scouts BSA leaders. Sweetwater District schedules one of each class annually but you can always get trained in any district or council. (There are many opportunities locally). The Sweetwater "Adult Leader Resources" page will give you links to get started.

 

News You Can Use!

 

Plan Ahead Now for Loop-A-Rama

Apr 17, 2021 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

The Sweetwater Loop-a-Rama is a fun and educational Cub Scout event geared towards Advancement. In just one afternoon your Lion, Tiger, Wolf or Bear Cub will earn two Adventure loops and your Webelos will earn three Elective Pins!

Registration is already open. Click here for more details and to register.

 


Hiking Club and 50 Miler Award

“Scouts should carry a strong stick, about as high as your nose, marked in feet and inches for measuring”
Robert Baden-Powell

Scouts, Scouters, family and friends interested in hiking can join others in the Stone Mtn. Hiking Club to hike a different trail every month. This month it's the Songbird Trail. Click here for more Info.

Are you a 50 Miler? Join in this class for making a Scout Stave to commemorate your achievement. A $30 fee covers all materials and the class will be divided into three segments. Click Here for flyer.


Did you miss a recent Roundtable?

Go to our Commissioners and Roundtable page for videos.

 


 

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