Steak Out and Program Launch
Register now to come and enjoy a Steak BBQ lunch for only $5.
Learn about the latest updates to Scouting, meet other parents and leaders, and engage with the GNYC and area staff. Get info for online registration, Lions and Cub Scout Programs, Boy Scouts, Venturing, and more. We'll be launching a new Scouting program-year full of special events, outing, and activities.
April D. McMillan, Ph.D. serves as the Boy Scouts of America National Director of Program. She came to the BSA after a twenty-five-year career at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). She has many publications, has chaired national and international scientific meetings, and she holds 13 patents.
April’s volunteer service to the BSA includes active service at the unit, council, and area levels. She has served as faculty at the Philmont Training Center, Florida Sea Base, and the Summit Bechtel Reserve; staffed the 2013 and 2017 National Jamborees; and is staffing the 2019 World Scout Jamboree. In 2013, April led the successful inaugural STEM Trek at Philmont Scout Ranch. Prior to joining the BSA as a professional, she served as a member and co-chair of the BSA’s National STEM Nova Committee. April currently serves on the executive board of the Great Smoky Mountain Council, has served as staff for Wood Badge, is serving as Course Director for Powder Horn, and was awarded the Silver Beaver and Area Venturing Leadership Award for her volunteer work in Scouting
Anthony Berger After successfully serving in the Central Florida Council he was selected to serve as Scout Executive in the Chattahoochee Council, headquartered in Columbus, GA. During his last three years in the council traditional membership increased by 11% with dramatic growth in Cub Scouting. In August of 2017 he was selected to serve as the National Director, Cub Scouting. Since that time he has been working diligently to welcome families into the Cub Scout program.
Anthony has been a member of The Castaways Against Cancer Relay for Life Team since 2006 and has completed the journey nine times. This team kayaks from Miami to Key West, 160 miles, annually for the American Cancer Society. In 2018 the team reach a twenty year accumulative total of $1 million raised to fight cancer.