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Atlanta Area Council

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Country  United States
Phone  +1 770-989-8820
Membership  30,000 youth est.
Owner  Boy Scouts of America
Atlanta Area Council
Headquarters  1800 Circle 75 Parkway, SE Atlanta, GA 30339
Founded  1916; 101 years ago (1916)
Address  1800 Circle 75 Pkwy, Atlanta, GA 30339, USA
Hours  Open today · 8:30AM–6PMTuesday8:30AM–6PMWednesday8:30AM–6PMThursday8:30AM–6PMFriday8:30AM–6PMSaturday9AM–1PMSundayClosedMonday8:30AM–6PM
Similar  The Atlanta BSA Scout Shop, Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta, Atlanta Board of Education, Woodson Park Academy
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The Atlanta Area Council is a local council of the Boy Scouts of America, serving 13 counties in northern Georgia. The counties are Carroll, Cherokee, Clayton, Cobb, DeKalb, Douglas, Fulton, Gwinnett, Haralson, Newton, Paulding, Pickens, and Rockdale.

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Atlanta area council s 100th anniversary


Organization

The council is divided into districts:

  • Appalachian Trail District
  • Button Gwinnett District
  • Foothills District
  • Hightower Trail District
  • Indian Springs District
  • Northern Ridge District
  • Phoenix District
  • Picketts Mill District
  • Silver Comet District
  • Soapstone Ridge District
  • Southwest Atlanta District
  • Southern Crescent District
  • Yellow River District
  • History

    Formerly known as the Atlanta Council from 1915 to 1939, and as the Polaris Council in the 1950s.

    Camps

  • Bert Adams Scout Reservation
  • Robert W. Woodruff Scout Reservation
  • Camp Allatoona Aquatics Base
  • Order of the Arrow

    Egwa Tawa Dee Lodge is the Order of the Arrow lodge that serves the Atlanta Area Council. It was chartered in 1938 as Broad-Winged-Hawk #129. Egwa Tawa Dee is translated from "equa tawadi", the Cherokee language for the lodge's totem, the broad-winged hawk to whose literal translation is "big hawk" and for ease of pronunciation it was spelled out as "Egwa Tawa Dee."

    The lodge was chartered in 1938 as Broad-Winged-Hawk No. 129 is divided into 16 chapters, as well as Collegiate OA chapters at the Georgia Institute of Technology and at Southern Polytechnic State University. Current chapters include: Achewon Woapalanne, Etowah, Kennesaw, Nagatamen, Lowanne Nimat, Osten Nokose, Phoenix, Silver Comet, Southern Crescent, Tella Qualla Boundary, Thennethlofkee, and Wesadicha. Past chapters include: Awi-uska, Sagahattee, and South Fulton.

    References

    Atlanta Area Council Wikipedia


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