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AT&T gives $350,000 grant to Atlanta area Boy Scouts

I confess that I don’t always agree with the social agenda of at&t, but I want to acknowledge them for this investment in today’s youth. As readers of this site know, I believe in the mission of the Boy Scouts of America program. The BSA, by building men, is also building honest, ethical, moral leaders of the future.

$350,000 is a large amount of money at the council level of BSA. As with all non-profit organizations, Boy Scouts of America runs on a tight budget, and is always looking for private and corporate donations to fill in the gaps, and this fills a big one.

Congratulations to the Atlanta Area Council, and a big THANK YOU at&t!

Atlanta Area Boy Scouts Receive $350,000 AT&T Grant to Build a State-of-the-Art Learning and Meeting Center
AT&T Inc. has announced a $350,000 grant to the Boy Scouts of America — Atlanta Area Council to assist in the renovation of facilities at the Bert Adams Scout Reservation. The new multipurpose facility, located in Newton County, will feature a large, new learning center and meeting space, and communications capabilities and computer training stations will be in smaller meeting rooms. In addition, the facility will undergo structural improvements during the renovation.

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