Last year, a group in Warner Robins decided they wanted to honor some of their own.
They put together a city Hall of Fame and inducted people they felt made a lasting mark on the city's history.
They're doing it again Saturday night. This time they will award six people with the accolade.
One of them is Claude Lewis.
Most people who walk into Houston County State Court don't know they're encountering a legend.
When they see Lewis, they see a bailiff. He's an 87-year-old gentleman, often providing directions to the tax collector and checking handbags for contraband.
Visitors to the court don't know Lewis achieved international recognition as the founding father of t-ball.
Lewis said, "If I had patented it, I'd have owned the courthouse."
He conjured up the idea in 1958. That was the year he was hired on as Warner Robins Recreation Director.