Call them the “Cedar Tree Club.”
Most people don’t know their names.
They just know them as the five, six or maybe seven black men and an occasional black female who gather underneath a couple of large trees at the intersection of U.S. Highway 21/Chester Avenue and Dearborn Street.
The men have huddled together, day after day, for more than two decades.
“I’ve been coming 20 years or more,” Nathaniel Khrushchev said.