Most people in Macon got used to seeing the 50-foot tall Deodor Cedar tree that stood outside Macon-Bibb Government Center for more than 60 years. When Tropical Storm Irma came barreling through Middle Georgia on September 11th, it was knocked down. Now, thanks for the Macon-Bibb Parks and Beautification Department and the Rotary Club of Downtown Macon, a new tree stands in its place. At a ceremony on February 20th, community partners gathered for a ceremony to re-dedicate the tree to Lt. James Wesley Bracken, the fallen solider for whom it was originally planted. MaconBibbTV highlighted the ceremony in a recent video.