From Robert E. Lee to the country’s first streaker, the “righteous and rascals” of Rockbridge County are being commemorated along the sidewalks of Washington and Main streets in Lexington. A group of local citizens is organizing the funding and carving of the granite pavers, which will feature names and short biographies of noteworthy people connected with the county. Two pavers dedicated to the explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark are already in place in front of the Rockbridge Building on Main Street, where the two visited back when the building housed Shield’s Tavern. Organizers have established a website with a list of the famous and infamous who will get a brick. http://rrrockbridge.org/ Athena Cao talked with one of the leaders of the project.