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Eagle Scouts Cycling Across America in Columbia on day 52/53

2014-08-05 - 202 Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Very special guests in Columbia - Eagle Scouts Cycling Across America - at the Collins Gazebo at the Columbia United Methodist Church. Posing for a team photo in Columbia, Monday evening, August 4, 2014, were 11 of the 15 cyclists who were on their 52 day of a cross country, west to east bicycle ride. All are Eagle Souts members of the Fredricksburg BSA Troop 165 , including Bruce White, Scoutmaster, far right, back row. Other members on the trip, not all pictured, are Eagle Scouts Jonathan Herman, Cory White; Michael Combs, Tucker Cullen, Logan Everts, Benjamin Prevost, Joseph Lawrence, Robert McGroarty; Alexander Prevost, Bill Kurz, Max Atkinson, George Tryfiates, Jonathan Herman, Robert Atkinson, Jerry Gerard, and Gary Jeans. The group started the day in Mammoth Cave. This morning, Tuesday, August 5, 2014, they will be biking to Corbin, KY on day 53.

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