Marshall Wells, left, and Cecil B. Ramsey greet each other at Kings mountain State Park, Saturday. Well's son Stev, looks on. Both were Civilian Conservation Corps members who worked at the Kings Mountain Camp. They were among other CCC members who were honored for their service at an event that also marked the park's inclusion on the Register of Historic Places.
Marshall Wells, left, and Cecil B. Ramsey greet each other at Kings mountain State Park, Saturday. Well's son Stev, looks on. Both were Civilian Conservation Corps members who worked at the Kings Mountain Camp. They were among other CCC members who were honored for their service at an event that also marked the park's inclusion on the Register of Historic Places.
Marshall Wells, left, and Cecil B. Ramsey greet each other at Kings mountain State Park, Saturday. Well's son Stev, looks on. Both were Civilian Conservation Corps members who worked at the Kings Mountain Camp. They were among other CCC members who were honored for their service at an event that also marked the park's inclusion on the Register of Historic Places.

Men who helped build Kings Mountain State Park honored

September 27, 2008 11:24 PM

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