Moultrie Observer


June 10, 2010

Eagle Scout

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Justin Terrell Huckaby, son of Ross G. Huckaby Sr., formerly of Moultrie and Gloria Huckaby, graduated from North Springs Charter High School on May 21. The following day he was presented his Eagle Scout Award in an Eagle Scout Court of Honor Ceremony held at the Andrew and Walter Young Family YMCA in Atlanta, with a host of relatives and friends in attendance. He has received a full scholarship to attend the Coast Guard Academy Preparatory School. He is the grandson of the late Willie Louis and Willie Mae Huckaby and the godson and nephew of the late William Louis Huckaby Jr.

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