Paxtang Civic Club
The Paxtang Civic Club is a service club that supports local fire companies, senior group centers, etc. We have trips by bus or carpool to local events, play bingo, have silent auctions, and engaging speakers on a variety of subjects and vocal groups.
We meet on the first Monday of every month at 1 PM except for January and February. We are planning a day trip in August for lunch and a show at Capitol Theatre.
Paxtang Lions Club
This Club is a non-church related, community organization that regularly meets and functions out of Paxton Church. There are approximately 65 members, both men and women, of which about 20% are members of Paxton Church. For the 2006-2007 program year, William Knerr is “King Lion” (President). Regular meetings are held on the 2nd & 4th Thursdays of each month, beginning at 6:30 PM. Periodically the group uses church facilities for fund-raising events (making subs for sale, etc.). The Paxtang Lions Club is the local chapter of Lions Clubs International, the world’s largest volunteer service organization. As such, the group supports numerous activities, including: various activities aiding blind and sight-impaired persons; fund-raising for world-wide disaster support; sponsorship of various local activities (annual Paxtang Halloween Parade; annual Paxtang Christmas Tree Lighting; annual gathering of food for persons in need; annual Easter Egg Hunt for area children; annual sponsorship of Handicapped Olympics; and other events).
Lenker Manor – Paxtang Women’s Club
We are a non-profit organization committed to promoting civic and social services to better the community. Our monthly meetings offer interesting programs, lively conversation, and a tasty brunch.
We provide woman-power for charitable events and raise money to give to local community groups and charities.
You are not required to be a resident of Lenker Manor or Paxtang.
We meet on the second Wednesday of each month in Fellowship Hall at 10 am. We do not meet during June, July, and August. Each meeting begins at 10 am with brunch, our business meeting, and then a program. April is a closed meeting for members only business.
Should you like further information about our club, please call Lynn at 564-6877. Thank you.
Paxtang Historical Society
The purpose of the Paxtang Historical Society is to conduct research, record, publish, and preserve the history of Paxtang using professional standards, procedures, and methods. The Society hopes to educate and foster an interest in the history of Paxtang and surrounding areas.
The Paxtang Historical Society was formed March 4, 2002, and is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization. All donations are tax deductible. We have extremely low membership dues: $5 adult membership, $50 life membership, and all children under 16 years of age for free. We hold membership meetings the first Monday in April and October, with history presentations by guest speakers. We publish a newsletter and historical journal twice a year, in February and July. We co-sponsor events of the Borough of Paxtang, and hold annual membership picnics and occasionally conduct field trips. All meetings and events are open to the public. Visit us at http://