"This time around, Stackhouse Park Board Chairman Mike Zibura guides me through the beautiful nature area nestled between Westmont Borough, Lower Yoder Township, Brownstown and several other municipalities in Cambria County, Pennsylvania. We cover everything from preservation of the park, the history of how it came to be and the hundreds of volunteer hours needed to keep it up and running." -Joshua Byers, Tribune-Democrat
Check out the podcast by clicking here.
Many thanks to Mike for representing our beloved park, and equal thanks to Joshua for the coverage!
Please consider joining local yoga teacher Rachel Allen for one-hour yoga sessions in beautiful Stackhouse Park!
Stackhouse Park, Inc. would like to thank Jordan Hoit, a Greater Johnstown High School junior, for using his Eagle Scout project to make improvements in our park. Jordan and his group of volunteers fixed the fencing near Pavilion #2; built new picnic tables; and constructed three owl boxes. Here are some photos of the results of all their hard work. Click here to watch the news clip--courtesy of WJAC-TV--of Jordan and his volunteers working hard in our park Saturday, April 10, 2021. The board and our patrons thank you all for sharing your time and talents in order to help beautify our beloved park.
Tom Hindman, a Stackhouse Park, Inc. board member and dedicated volunteer, was recently featured in Daily American. Tom leads Stackhouse Park's annual Turkey Clinics. Get to know Tom more in the article below by Brian Whipkey. (You can also view the article here.)
'Tom Cat,' a local turkey hunting expert, shares his knowledge