Paxtang is home to a number of non-profit civic organizations that play an important role in making Paxtang a great place to call home.
Paxtang Historical Society
Paxtang Lions Club
The purpose of the Paxtang Historical Society is to preserve the history of Paxtang Borough for future generations through collecting, storing, and preserving artifacts and oral history; providing educational opportunities; and promoting historical advocacy.
Paxtang Art Association
Paxtang Art Association members are artists ages 8 to 80+ living in the Susquehanna Valley. We draw and create collages, landscapes, portraits and still life originals works of art in mixed mediums such as watercolors, acrylics, oils, pastels, colored pencils, dirt, and wine.
Interested in membership or art classes, PaxtangArtA@gmail.com
Green Space in the Borough. . .
Capital Area Greenbelt Association (CAGA)
Paxtang Shade Commission
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Our telephone: 717.921.8803
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The Paxtang Lions stand ready and able to serve the local community through the efforts of our club members and with the help of many sponsors and individual donors.
Throughout the years the Club has worked to provide funding and support to programs for the visually impaired, Paxtang Borough events, volunteer firefighters, youth sports programs, the PA Lions Beacon Lodge, PA Lions Care for the Kids (Four Diamonds FTK) and many other worthy programs and organizations that serve many needs.
We meet the 2nd & 4th Thursday, 6:30 PM at the Paxton Presbyterian Church, 3500 Sharon Street Harrisburg, PA. During the summer months we meet outdoors at the Paxtang Borough Saussman Park Pavilion (Simpson and Paxtang Avenue).
VISIT OUR WEBSITE and Facebook Page: Paxtang Lions Club
Paxtang Lions Club is a (501c4) Paxtang Lions Club Foundation is a (501c3).
Closest location is Kline Library on 29th Street, Dauphin County Library System.
Also, watch for events by Friends of Kline Library!
The Paxtang Shade Tree Commission is comprised of volunteers from the community who give of their time to tend to Paxtang's urban forest. Volunteer members maintain an inventory of all the trees in the Borough's tree lawns, decide which trees to plant and which to remove, conduct regular pruning and maintenance to ensure the health of the trees and safety of Borough residents.
Baseball & Softball for Kids
The Swatara-Paxtang Softball Association, Inc., is a non-profit organization that is recognized by the IRS as 501c(3) Public Charity. All donations to the SPSA are tax-deductible.
We offer T-Softball, Slowpitch, and Fastpitch softball for girls ages 5 to 18. T-Softball and Fastpitch is available for all girls in Swatara Township and Paxtang. Slowpitch is available for girls that reside in the areas of Chambers Hill, Lawnton, Rutherford, Wilhelm, Paxtang, and the Lakeview area of Lower Paxton Township.
We participate in the East Shore Fast Pitch League, Metro East Softball League, and the Suburban Girls Slowpitch Softball League.
Our meetings are held on the third Monday of every month at the Swatara Twp. Building and are open to the public.
For more information contact Deb at 717-649-2564 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website:http://www.leaguelineup.com/welcome.asp?url=swatarapaxtang
The Wilhelm Paxtang Baseball Association is a non-profit organization that teaches teamwork and sportsmanship to it’s young players through the game of baseball. The organization is a member of the Cal Ripken Babe Ruth Baseball League. Our program is available for all boys and girls that reside in the areas of Paxtang and Penbrook Boroughs and Swatara Township.
Playing Levels: Tball: Ages 5-6, Jr. Pony: Ages 7-8, Pony: Ages 9-10, Midget: Ages 11-12.
For more information please contact Clark Bernard at 717-421-7252 or email@example.com. Like us on Facebook “Wilhelm Paxtang Baseball”.