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 The 2018/2019 Club Year

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The AHCLDA put on a wonderful and successful dance recital. Twenty four members and nine non-members pitched in to help out. The profits from the recital will go to Matthew's Hope for Miracles which raises awareness of Pediatric Cancer, and another deserving young man in the community with heart problems who is currently going through therapy.


The dance academy will be managed by Cheryl O'Hora, Sharon Campbell and Erin Osterhout as Chris Perfilio and Lynn Lucash are stepping down. We thank them for their many many years of dedication.


The third annual Cheers To Spring Winefest was, once again, a big hit despite the snowy, rainy start! The AHCL made over $13,000.00 which will go back into our community. The Ways and Means committee deserves many thanks for all their hard work. Also, kudos go out to all the members who helped.


 The Fishing Derby was held on June 8th and it was a beautiful day! The sun was shining on our fishermen as they made their catches hoping to receive a prize. The AHCL Refreshment Stand was a hit, as usual. There weren't many leftovers.


The June Banquet was held on June 10th at Constantino's. Attendees had a lovely time and a delicious meal. Michaela Moore was the speaker and gave an interesting overview of Camp Create. Awards that were earned by the AHCL from GFWC were presented.


The Home Life committee is looking for material suitable for making bandanas. The dogs and cats at Griffin Pond Animal Shelter have their pictures taken wearing the bandanas on their way into the shelter and again when they are being adopted.





Book Clubs 1 and 2 continue to meet on a regular monthly basis with the exception of July and August. They always have interesting topics to read and discuss.


 Our Facebook page has many updates on what's going on currently within the club so check it out under Abington Heights Civic League!






Pictured is the signing of the tablecloth, which has been in the civic league for years.  It is a tradition that new members sign the cloth and their signature will remain as a remembrance that they have served their community by being an active part of the AHCL.





State Hospital

State Hospital
Hospital visits will continue for the Clarks Summit State Hospital in the 2018/2019 club year. There are no visits in July or August. Visits are scheduled on the third Tuesday of the month unless otherwise noted at the regular monthly club meetings.