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Group labors to pay tribute to Lake Luzerne crash victim

Stone pulled from river now a memorial

From left, Rocky Lord, Bill Cason, Kevin Lee and Kevin Swinton stand with a stone pulled from the Hudson River that will be used as a memorial to Hunter Scofield, the Lake Luzerne teen killed in a bus accident.
From left, Rocky Lord, Bill Cason, Kevin Lee and Kevin Swinton stand with a stone pulled from the Hudson River that will be used as a memorial to Hunter Scofield, the Lake Luzerne teen killed in a bus accident.
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Kevin Swinton’s short post on Facebook was deliberately vague. The 30-year-old Queensbury man tagged 10 close friends in a public post asking them for a couple hours of their time to complete a personal project of great importance. Though he offered no monetary compensation, he promised any takers the reward of being “physically, mentally, and spiritually” changed ­— that the work could be the greatest thing they’ve ever done. “This project pays nothing but positive ...


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