Eagle Scout Judson Lee

At the Court of Honor, from left, James Lee, Judson, Cindy Lee, and Judson’s grandparents Jackie and Billy Darby

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Judson Lee attained membership in an elite group Sunday afternoon, February 25, as the Eagle Scout Court of Honor was held for him.
Several Scout leaders from the area spoke about the importance of Scouting and Judson’s accomplishments.
“It takes hard work and dedication,” Scoutmaster Wade Hartley said. He referred to the road map for Eagle Scouts as it relates to the road map for life. “Being an Eagle Scout is an honor and a privilege. It’s a lot to live up to.”
When Judson made his remarks, he thanked his mom and dad, Cindy and James Lee, and the Scout leaders who had worked with him on his Scouting journey.
Judson’s project was the construction of a storage box and addition of a sand base to the Gaga ball pit at First United Methodist Church in Atmore. The ball pit was built by Mac Henley as his Eagle Scout project.
Judson is a member of Troop 31 in Flomaton. He attends Northview High School and is in dual enrollment with Auburn.