Youth craft birdhouses for Spartansburg trail

Brian Bedow, left, a member of the Sparta Sportsmens Club, helps Mark Miller, 11, put together a bluebird house at the club recently. Miller is a member of the Youth Conservation Club, which is overseen by the sportsmens club. Members of the sportsmens club are helping the youth make about 50 birdhouses that will be posted along the East Branch Trail. Journal photo by Maryann Mook

SPARTA TOWNSHIP — Brad Scouten, 13, of Spartansburg, is learning about nature, the outdoors and outdoor activities, and he has a great resource to help him.

Scouten has been on the East Branch Trail in Spartansburg. The East Branch Trail is the only rail to trail in Pennsylvania that is half paved for in-line skating, walking, bike-riding and running and half dirt-and-gravel to accommodate horses and horse-drawn Amish buggies.

See the Journal’s Saturday, April 2nd edition for full story.

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