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 The 2020/2021 Club Year

The following emails are to be used for the club, events and donation of funds: AHCLClub@gmail.com is for general club inquiries, AHCLEvents@gmail.com is for our events/fundraisers and AHCLDonations@gmail.com will be used for our Give Away of funds. The email to use for dance is Ahclda@gmail.com and public relations can be reached at Ahclpublicrelations@gmail.com.

 

DUE TO THE COVID-19 VIRUS, updates on events will be posted as things move forward. Stay safe and healthy.

 

The dance academy is being managed by Cheryl O'Hora, Sharon Campbell and Erin Osterhout. The recital for 2020 was cancelled. The committee presented parting gifts to the senior dancers.

 We have two new dance instructors, Rebekah Ciannella and Amy Hlavaty Belcher!! We wish them the best!

 

Our club year started off with a lovely banquet at Constantino's on September 14th. Despite Covid-19, AHCL will proceed to serve the community as best it can with a little imagination. Projects include collecting Halloween items for the Catherine McAuley Center and doing a pickup for Adopt-A-Highway. Dance classes will take place with CDC guidelines in place.

Ways & Means is being creative with a Pasta Dinner on October 25th. Information and ticket purchases can be made at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ahclda-spaghetti-dinner-fundraiser-tickets-122436223039 or contact Bernadette Menendez at 570-499-7869. We'll participate in Friends and Family at Boscov's on October 14th and 15th. Just mention Abington Heights Civic League for your 10 to 20% discount!  The club will receive 5% of your purchases.

A BIG THANKS goes out to Kathy and Buddy of Eagle Cleaners!! The AHCL was the recipient of over $2,600.00 due to their generosity. The club was given 100% of the transactions made on Saturday, October 10th.

For further information, please email us at ahclclub@gmail.com.

  

Fly the Flag initiative asks that citizens fly the flag at their homes and businesses in order to support our everyday heroes. This would include medical professionals, first responders, mail carriers, truck drivers, restaurant owners, grocery store employees, caregivers and the list goes on.

 

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. While social distancing, the clubs are planning their next read or get together.

Meetings for the AHCL Board and committees continue on Zoom as things change daily.

 

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

 

 

Tradition

 

 

Tradition
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 (when allowed due to Covid-19) in the 2020/2021 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.