Boy Scouts Visit Hubler Brothers

Recently, members of Boy Scout Troop 11 of Grampian, PA toured the facilities of Hubler Brothers of Clearfield. Established in 1962, Hubler Brothers, Inc. has been serving the forestry industry for over 45 years. The members of Troop 11 learned that in recent years, Hubler Brothers has expanded their business operations beyond the forestry sector. They now also offer custom built trucks with specialty bodies to handle all tree service or debris removal needs and much more.

Pictured here from Troop 11 are (Front row) Louis Stubbs IV, (second row, left to right) Caleb Cutler, Tony Branthoover and Chris Heuser, (third row, left to right) Devan Cutler and Brad Stubbs. Troop 11 is sponsored by St Paul’s United Methodist Church and meets Thursday evenings from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the church basement on Sixth Street, Grampian. New members and guests are always welcomed. Call Lou Stubbs for information at 236-4694.

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