Eagle Scouts awarded
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On December 28, 2010, the same year that Scouting celebrated it’s 100th anniversary, first cousins Jace Holliday and Colby Redd recieved their Eagle Scout awards.

Jace’s Eagle project was a cooperative effort with Taj Eldredge to refurbish the bleachers on the visitors side at the San Juan High School football field. 

Colby’s project consisted of relocating a flag pole and adding two more at the Dude Ranch. 

Parents are Jayne and Punk Holliday and Tammy and David Redd. Grandparents are the late Kent and Irene Redd, Joey and the late Jerry Holliday, and Charlene and Clinton Medley of Cahone, CO.  Jace and Colby are the last two grandsons of Kent and Irene Redd to recieve the rank of Eagle. 

Jace is currently attending Dixie State College in St. George, UT and Colby is completing his Senior year at San Juan High School.
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