Grampian Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts Learn About Railroads

GRAMPIAN – Several scouts from both Cub Scout Pack No. 11 and Boy Scout Troop No. 11 of Grampian recently toured the railroad yard of R.J. Corman in Clearfield.

Tim Potts, regional manager for R.J. Corman, showed the boys and several parents the facets to running a railroad and the rich heritage of the railroad in Clearfield County.

Pictured, from left, are: Joshua Sass, Noah Mendat, Henry Mendat, Caleb Cutler, Tony Branthoover and Devan Cutler. 

Cub Scout Pack No. 11 has lots of events planned throughout the next 12 months with plenty of opportunities for boys in first through fifth grades. They normally meet Tuesday nights at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church on Sixth Street in Grampian from 6-7 p.m. Those interested can learn more by contacting Bill Mendat 236-0719 or Lou Stubbs 236-4694.

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