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Hubbard-Hall Recycles to help Cubs help Cubs

Recyclable Materials Donated to the Local Zoo

On Tuesday February 9th, Hubbard-Hall presented recyclable materials including paper and aluminum cans to Inman Mills Cub Scout Pack 26 Bear Den, following a company-wide green initiative. By working with Pack 26, newspapers will be donated to the local zoo, Hollywild Animal Park. The newspapers will be used as animal bedding and cage lining and the aluminum cans will be recycled and the money will be used toward Cub Scout Pack activities.

Henry McMillan with Cub Scout Pack 26, ready to send off items to the local zoo for recycling

Led by Henry McMillan, Customer Service Manager at Hubbard-Hall, the Inman Mills Pack 26 helps the community through activities such as Scouting for Food, Toys for Tots, recycling efforts and helping needy children. As father of Thomas McMillan, a 3rd grader in the troop, Henry has been a Den Leader for 3 years and is currently a member of the board of directors for the Palmetto Council of the Boy Scouts of America. The journey of scouting provides young men with a foundation to grow through projects incorporating religion, honor, respect, discipline, safety, environment, work ethic and thriftiness. Boy Scouts continues the growth of these young men through the same Scouting foundations and teaches them survival skills as well as a love and respect for the great outdoors.

Henry is not the only associate at Hubbard-Hall participating in this great organization; Doug Patton, a research chemist, is a cub master for Pack 5 at Spartanburg First Baptist Church. Candace Mack, the wife of Regional Sales Manager Bob Mack, has also contributed to the organization by participating as a Den Leader, Assistant Scoutmaster and Scoutmaster.