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By Samar Fay
Courier Editor 

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Garrett Godwin & Friends Brighten Up Glasgow Fire Hydrants

 

Samar Fay / The Courier

Garrett Godwin makes sure the fire hydrant at Second Avenue and 10th Street South is properly painted. He gives tips to Kelly Parks, left, Kyla Cross, center, and Kate Parks.

Garrett Godwin’s Eagle Scout project has brightened up the south side of Glasgow. He recruited volunteers to spread out Saturday and repaint fire hydrants.

He heard at a City Council meeting that some faded hydrants were difficult for the Glasgow Fire Department to find, so it seemed like a worthy public service project to make them shine again.

Godwin got a good response when he approached Glasgow Director of Public Works Bob Kompel with the idea. Kompel had the city donate the special paint – in a color labeled “fire hydrant red” – and brushes.

Godwin rounded up the manpower, f...



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