Kevin Botterbush, brother of Ray Botterbush, points to the new sign on the Alton-Godfrey Rotary Winter Lodge at Camp Warren Levis. In a ceremony Saturday, July 25, the lodge was rededicated in the name of Ray Botterbush. Rotarians built the lodge in 1987 and, during 2014 and 2015, they refurbished the lodge with interior and exterior paint and other improvements. Ray Botterbush died suddenly in June 2014, and Rotary decided to rededicate the lodge in his honor. Botterbush was a member of Alton-Godfrey Rotary and also was involved in Boy Scouts, especially at Camp Warren Levis. During the ceremony, Botterbush’s nephews, KJ and Jonathan Botterbush, served as the color guard under the direction of Camp Warren Levis Ranger Drew Anderson. Rotary President Liz Parker spoke of Ray’s devotion to scouting, to Rotary and to his family. Within Rotary, Botterbush was an advocate for Camp Warren Levis and frequently spoke of the benefits of scouting in building leadership and character among youth. BSA Piasa Bird District Director Mike Eschbach spoke of the inexhaustible support Ray gave to the Boy Scouts and of the outstanding resources at Camp Warren Levis.