Caleb Richardson, right, 17, a junior at Cony High School, in Augusta, and parents Stephen and Toni Richardson along with many friends, dedicated his eagle scout project to the late Taylor Harmon, on August 27. Harmon was a dedicated Cony High School cross country and track coach for many years. Caleb said, “He was a man who helped athletes use running as a bridge to reach their future goals.” The ribbon cutting ceremony was done by Harmon’s widow, Ms. Rebecca Harmon, above, for whom the bridge is dedicated, and also received a bouquet of roses from Caleb. Boy Scout Troop #603 is proudly sponsored by American Legion Post #205, of Augusta. Right photo, Caleb’s Eagle Scout project.
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