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Four new Eagle Scouts and their fathers

Four Fayette County brothers and cousins, Jack & Eddie Lloyd and Will & Clay McKinney, received their Eagle Scout Awards at a ceremony at the First Presbyterian Church of Peachtree City on Sunday.  Only four percent of all boys joining the Boy Scouts eventually receive this highest designation, Eagle Scout. The boys and their fathers have enjoyed years of adventures including paddling the boundary waters with Canada, and hiking the Double H Ranch in New Mexico, culminating in four major service projects to attain their Eagle Scout ranks. The proud parents are John & Kay Lloyd and Jeff & Lee McKinney of Peachtree City.  All four scouts are all the grandsons of Roy & Judy Henson, and the Lloyds are the grandsons of Mick & Ann Lloyd also of Peachtree City. The McKinneys are the grandsons of Gerry McKinney of Lawrenceville.



Busy Bee's picture

What a great achievement for Will and Clay, Jack and Eddie! And a big congrats to their parents too!

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