Ramadan Geocaching

Last year, during Ramadan 1433 (April 2022), our scouting group was invited by Ethaar (a community-based, not-for-profit organization that serves local refugees and underserved families) to help pack and distribute food bags and boxes to […]


She has gone home

Years before we started our Pack and Troop 12, Ms. Karen A. Danielek began her Scouting Adventure as Pack Committee Member when her son Steven became a Cub Scout in 1981. By the time Steven […]


The Power of One

By Osama Mourad Al Hamd Lellah, I am invited for the second time to serve in a Wood Badge course, which is the advanced leadership training for boy scout leaders. God willing, I will be on […]


Hurricane Irma – Be Prepared

By Osama Mourad Atlanta masjids open their doors for Hurricane Irma evacuees, which is great, but while we are spending the effort to provide relief to those who are evacuating we can get prepared for what […]


The Scout is Reverent

By Osama Mourad Islam is not a religion that you can practice only inside the Masjid or at home, to be able to practice Islam, and not just part of it, you need to go out. […]


Scout Jumuah 2017

Friday, February 10, 2017 is the birth date of the first Scout Jumuah, a project initiated by the National Association of Muslim Americans on Scouting (NAMAS). Jumuah literally means Friday and it references the congregational prayer […]