We are very pleased to announce that the Pennsylvania Council of Trout Unlimited honored our own Spring Creek chapter with two 2014 statewide awards during their annual Fall Meeting.


Edward Urbas Best Chapter Award

 The Best Chapter award is given to the chapter that best exemplifies the work of Trout Unlimited, including involvement in conservation efforts, community activities, outreach, youth activities, etc.  

From left - Paula Sowers, SCCTU Vice President; Bob Vierck, SCCTU President; Brian Wagner, PA Council President; Judi Sittler, SCCTU Past President; Ben Hayes,Northcentral Regional VP and Ed O'Gorman, PA Council Awards Committee


Judi Sittler received the Doc Fritchey Award for Outstanding Coldwater Conservationist, TU Member 


This award is given to a PA Trout Unlimited member who exemplifies the TU mission and is a "go-to person" for projects, problems or advice.

Judi Sittler, SCCTU Past President and Brian Wagner, PA Council President


Dedication of the Tony Gerace Memorial Bench - September 14, 2014

Jennifer Shuey presenting the George Harvey Award for contributions to Spring Creek to Jim McClure - "We're all in the same bathtub" 

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Veteran's Service Program 


Pictures credit Mark Nale

Read about the Veterans Service Program Article from the Centre Daily Times - Mark Nale Woods and Waters column from 9/21/2014 "Local Veterans Service Partnership making a difference" - Click Here

Veterans and SCCTU volunteers started twice a month fishing sessions at Fishermans Paradise as part of our new Veterans Service Program (VSP). They were great nights teaching, learning, laughing and catching some fish.  Veterans from all branches and eras attended.


The group meets the second and fourth Sunday of the month, 12:00 Noon to 4:00PM at Fisherman's Paradise, Bellefonte, PA. Fishing will be in the no wade and fly fishing only area or the all tackle and wade areas along the creek.

Check out our new VSP Page - click here or use the menu
 Please contact Jim Lanning, at

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