Troop 7 Program Leadership 

 Scott Riegel
 -- Joined Cub Scouts with my son August, 1998. Served as Den leader, Cubmaster, and Committee Chair. Crossed into Boy Scouts Nov, 2001 served as an Assistant Scoutmaster and became Scoutmaster July 2002 till present. The future of this country depends on our youth. It is our job to teach morals and values to our youth, they are the future that will be leading our country. Learning life skills and exploring their potential while having fun is key to a Scouting program. Scouting Awards: include Den Leader Knot, Cub Scouters Knot, District Award of Merit, District Cub Scout Sprit Award, District Cub Scout Hot Spark Award, District Boy Scout Sprit Award, District Scoutmaster Award, and Summer Camp Scoutmaster Merit Badge.

Mike Scott 
Assistant Scoutmaster

 As a youth I got involved with Scouting late. I was about 13 when I started this journey. As a Scout I attained the rank of Life and was elected into the Order Of the Arrow. While I was not involved with a very active high adventure troop we did extensive camping and hiking on the Appalachian Trail. I still use what I learned in Scouts to this very day. I became reacquainted with Scouts when my son joined Pack 735 and have helped him grow as a young man and Scout.  I am a Navy veteran where I learned to be an aviation maintenance technician and have been employed with Delta Air Lines for over 20 years. I think Scouting is essential for young men in order to learn leadership and life skills to move forward through their daily lives. I enjoy working with and watching the boys grow in Scouting along with their lives.

Sam Harley
Assistant Scoutmaster

I began my Scouting experience when my son joined Cub Scouts. Eventually I became Scoutmaster of Troop 802 of Aberdeen, Maryland where I served for seven years and Life-to-Eagle Mentor for two years while assisting and counseling fourteen Scouts to the rank of Eagle Scout. Since Moving to Georgia in 2006 I have served as an Assistant Scoutmaster for Troop 7. I have completed all Basic Leader training requirements and am Wood Badge and Powderhorn trained. My passion in Scouting focuses on promoting boy leadership and advancement and on vigorous outdoor high adventure activities such as backpacking, canoeing, cycling, and wilderness camping. I have helped organize several local high adventure activities and have mentored four Philmont crews. I have recently been awarded the Silver Beaver for service to the Council through district training staff, Wood Badge staff, and NYLT Scoutmaster for five years.

 Mark Thackston 
Assistant Scoutmaster 
I joined Cub Scouts as a boy and continued on into the Boy Scouts.  I achieved the rank of Life Scout, have attended Philmont Scout Ranch, and was a member of the Order of the Arrow.  I discovered my love of aviation through Scouting.  I am a Combat Veteran with over 20 years of service in the U.S. Marine Corps, retired as a Master Sergeant.  I am a graduate of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and currently work for Delta Air Lines as an Aircraft Maintenance Training Instructor. I served as a Cub Scout Den Leader in Millington, Tennessee in the 80’s.  I returned to Scouting with my son when he joined Pack 750 and have served as a Den Leader, Asst Den Leader, Webelos Den Leader, Asst Cub Master, and Cub Master.  Currently I am serving as Asst Scoutmaster with Troop 7 and Unit Commissioner for Troop 306 and Pack 306.  Scouting Awards include Arrow of Light, Tiger Den Leader Knot, Den Leader Knot, Cub Scout Hot Spark Award, District Bear Den Leader Award, and Summer Camp Scoutmaster Merit Badge.

Steve Hultberg
 Committee Chair 

 I started in Scouting as a Cub Scout and went all the way through to Boy Scouts, earning my arrow of Light along the way. Growing up, my father had a job which required us to move frequently. I belonged to four different scout troops. I was lucky and each troop was very active in the outdoors. While a Scout I went to Philmont Scout Ranch, backpacked in Alaska, and canoed the Buffalo River in Arkansas, just to name of few of the high adventures that we went on. I was elected to the Order of the Arrow and earned my Eagle Scout Award. My son joined Pack 750 and I again became active in Scouting. I was an assistant Den Leader and when he crossed over to Troop 7, I became an Assistant Scoutmaster. I have been a Police Officer for over 25 years. I believe that by helping our youth develop leadership skills, confidence in themselves and their abilities, you are helping to groom our future leaders. The principles and teachings of the Boy Scouts and their leaders have helped to develop numerous leaders in the past 100 years, and I hope to help continue that tradition.

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