Hawthorn Area Fire Company meets the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 7pm @ the Hawthorn Fire Hall
Hawthorn Fire Department located in Southern Clarion County Pennsylvania, is responsible for responding to emergency calls in Hawthorn borough, Redbank Township Clarion County and Redbank Township Armstrong County. On average the department runs 200 emergency calls a year, and respond to any type of fire or rescue call.
The department also has a certified QRS team that responds to all EMS calls in the departments coverage area, to assist the ambulance, and provide patient care before EMS arrival. The department has been around since 1956, and since then has been serving the community proudly.
The department is 100% volunteer and depends on community support from fund raisers, and donations. The department would like to thank the community for their support, and remember if you every have an emergency to dial 911.
The American Legion Post 354 Walter W. Craig, Inc. meets the 2nd Monday of each month in the basement of the Moose Lodge at 440 Broad Street New Bethlehem at 7pm.
A light snack will follow the meeting.
For more info, please visit: http://www.Legion354.org
‘Tri-County Health & Fitness’ is a Gym & Physical Fitness Center located in New Bethlehem PA.
Tri-County Health & Fitness is focused on physical activity, sleep, and nutrition.
They offer services such as personal training and meal prep to empower the community to live an active & healthy lifestyle.
- Meal Prep
- Personal Training
- Sports Training
- Wellness Program Development
- After School Programs
- Free Wellness consultations
- Rugby Club
- Shop Smart Grocery Service
- Group Fitness Classes
- Triangle of Wellness
For hours and more info, please visit: https://blosebrothers.com
The Redbank Valley Girl Scouts, located in New Bethlehem PA, offers the best leadership development experience for young ladies in the Redbank Valley community. Girl Scouts is proven to help girls thrive in five key ways as they:
- Develop a strong sense of self.
- Seek challenges and learn from setbacks.
- Display positive values.
- Form and maintain healthy relationships.
- Identify and solve problems in the community.
K&1 meet the 2nd and 4th Thursday’s is the month at the primary school 3:15-5:00
2nd grade meet the 3rd Thursday of the month at the primary school 3:15-5:00
3rd Grade meet the 2nd Thursday of the month at the intermediate school 3:15-5:30
4&5 meet the 1st Thursday of the month at the intermediate school 3:15-5:30
6-8 meet at the Redbank Valley Public Library the 2nd Thursday of the month 3:15-5:30
Boy Scouts Troop 403 meets Tuesdays @ 7pm at New Bethlehem Presbyterian Church at 403 Penn Street in New Bethlehem PA.
Troop 403 hales from New Bethlehem Pennsylvania. The Troop was founded in 2011. We are still shaping the troop with the hope it will continue to grow and change for the better with every new boy and leader. Our Troop strives to live the timeless values all Boy Scouts from every Generation can recollect.
The Scout Law
A Scout is trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly, Curious, Kind, Obedient, Cheerful, Thrifty, Brave, Clean And Reverant.
The Scout Oath
On my honor I will do my best. To do my duty. To God and my country. To obey the Scout law. To help other people at all times. Keep myself physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight.
The Outdoor Code
As an American, I will do my best to – Be clean in my outdoor manners. Be careful with fire. Be considerate in the outdoors. Be conservation minded.
Cub Scouts Pack 403 meets Mondays @ 7 pm at New Bethlehem Presbyterian Church
Cub Scouting is “Fun with a Purpose” and Pack 403 is proud to serve the young men of the Redbank Valley area.
MISSION: To prepare the young men of the Redbank Valley area to make ethical choices over their lifetimes by instilling in the values of the Cub Scout Promise and the Law of the Pack. And to help them “Do Their Best!!!”
We invite all Kindergarten through 5th grade boys to come and check us out. You can learn to tie knots, set up a tent, and shoot a bow and arrow. Do you like to hike, bike and fish? Have you ever cooked a meal on a campfire? Do you want to send a secret code to a buddy or build a bird house? You can do all this and more with Pack 403 and Cub Scouts.
Pack 403 is chartered by New Bethlehem Presbyterian Church. We serve the young men of the Redbank Valley area in grades 1st through 5th. We meet every Monday night at 7pm at New Bethlehem Presbyterian Church, with Pack meetings occurring every third Monday night of the month. Please check out our calendar on our website for details of other upcoming events.
The New Bethlehem Barbershop Harmony Group meets every Tuesday at 7pm @ New Bethlehem Fire Hall
Mission: The New Bethlehem Barbershop Harmony Group brings men together in harmony and fellowship to enrich lives through singing
Barbershop harmony is a style of unaccompanied vocal music characterized by consonant four-part chords for every melody note in a predominantly homophonic (the same word sounds at the same time) texture. The melody is consistently sung by the lead (second tenor), with the tenor (first tenor) harmonizing above the melody, the bass singing the lowest harmonizing notes, and the baritone completing the chord. Occasional brief passages may be sung by fewer than four voice parts.
- To perpetuate the old American institution, the Barbershop quartet, and to promote and encourage vocal harmony and good fellowship among its members.
- To encourage and promote the education of its members and the public in music appreciation.
- To promote public appreciation of Barbershop quartet and chorus singing by publication and dissemination thereof.
- To initiate, promote and participate in charitable projects.
- To establish and maintain music scholarships and charitable foundations.
- To initiate and maintain a broad program of musical education, particularly in the field of vocal harmony and the allied arts.
New Bethlehem Alcoholics Anonymous meets every Friday at 7 pm at the First Baptist Church @ 249 Broad Street in New Bethlehem PA.
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking.
There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. AA is not allied with any sect, domination, politics organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses no opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety.
The New Bethlehem Lions Club meets the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of every month at 6:30 PM @ Evermoore’s Restaurant
Mission: To empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions clubs.
Lions are groups of service-minded men and women who are interested in doing volunteer work to improve their communities. Membership is by invitation. If you’re interested in being invited to join an existing Lions club, go to our Web site and select “Find a Club.” Contact a club near you and express your interest in becoming a member.
Becoming a Lions club member gives you the opportunity to volunteer locally, or internationally. Make new friends and professional connections. Lead projects that make your community a better place to live.
- Community Service
- Fun and Friendship
- Leadership Skills
- International Service
- Family Friendly
- Opportunities for Young People
The New Bethlehem Civic Club meets the 1st Tuesday at 7 PM @ New Bethlehem Presbyterian Church except July and August.
Mission: Our mission is to promote and engage in the civic and social activities that preserve the heritage of the organization and it’s building and encourage the cultural and historic interest in the community.
Membership: Women leaders are invited to join to support our legacy of education, engagement and elevation of our community, and the preservation of our historic building. Volunteer service is open to both men and women for the non-profit arm of the club. New members welcomed!
Donate today to support scholarships, services, and programs.
Call 814-275-1718 for events, activities and further information.
The Hawthorn Redbank Redbank Municipal Authority (HRRMA) meets the 3rd Monday of every month at 6:30pm @ Hawthorn Sewage Plant Building.
The HRRMA manages the water & sewage services for Hawthorn, Oak Ridge, Sherman Heights and Fairmount City.
The Redbank Valley area has a central tri-county location along the rolling hills of rural northwestern Pennsylvania, one hour north of Pittsburgh, in southern Clarion County and northern Armstrong County, at the midpoint of the Redbank Valley Trails, centered around downtown New Bethlehem, which lies at the intersection of State Routes 28 & 66, with easy access to Interstate 80.
The Redbank Valley area is home to the following communities: New Bethlehem, South Bethlehem, Hawthorn, Distant, Cottage Hill, Fairmount City, Alcola, Mayport, Oak Ridge, Truittsburg, Seminole, Widnoon, Rockville, Saint Charles, Climax, Curllsville, Putneyville, Leatherwood, Shannondale, Lawsonham, Porter Township, Madison Township, Redbank Township, Mahoning Township
SHOP, EAT & STAY:
Buy local goods and services, dine at local restaurants & enjoy luxurious accommodations. Start, grow and support new & existing businesses. For more info, please visit: Redbankvalley.org/directory
NEWS & EVENTS:
Stay up-to-date with news, sports and community events. Join our discussion forum, subscribe to our newsletter and follow us on social media. For more info, please visit: RedbankValley.org/events
SCHOOL, WORK & PLAY:
Discover things-to-do and enjoy art, history, education and culture. Explore recreational and natural resources including parks, trails and creeks. For more info, please visit: RedbankValley.org/community
JOBS & REAL ESTATE:
Find Job openings and list employment opportunities. Browse residential & commercial properties for your next home or business venture. For more info, please visit: RedbankValley.org/jobs
BUY, SELL & TRADE:
Post ads in our classifieds to buy, sell & trade local goods and services. Search our business directory and explore advertising opportunities. For more info, please visit: RedbankValley.org/classifieds
VOLUNTEER & DONATE:
Get involved in government, school, church or a service organization to support community events & activities. Donate to local non-profits. For more info, please visit: RedbankValley.org/volunteers
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The Redbank Valley Municipal Authority meets the 3rd Thursday of every month at 7pm @ Alltel/Windstream Building on Lafayette Street in New Bethlehem PA
The Redbank Valley Municipal Authority (RVMA) is the leading provider of Water & Sewage services for the New Bethlehem and Redbank Valley Area.
Our office is located in New Bethlehem PA, Southern Clarion County in Western Pennsylvania.
The Distant Area Fire Company meets the 2nd Monday of every month at 7pm @ the Distant Fire Hall
ESTABLISHED ON APRIL 29,1966 in Mahoning Township, Armstrong County Distant, PA 16223
Follow the fundraising events of the Distant Area Volunteer Fire Department in Distant Pa. Please join this group to keep updated on how to support DAVFD.
New Bethlehem Fire Company meets the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 7pm @ the New Bethlehem Fire Hall
Organized in 1879 under the name The Friendship Fire Association, the fire company was reorganized under the name New Bethlehem Fire Company #1 in 1904. It was again reorganized in 1932 under the name New Bethlehem Fire Company #1 and Relief Association.
It has served the borough of New Bethlehem and it’s surrounding area for many years. Since its formation two other companies have formed within a five mile area of New Bethlehem
The New Bethlehem Fire Company #1 covers the area of New Bethlehem Borough, Porter Township and parts of Redbank Township in Clarion County and South Bethlehem Borough in Armstrong County. It covers approximately 56.49 miles and is still a completely volunteer department.
Redbank Township Supervisors in Armstrong County meet at 7:00 pm the 2nd Tuesday of the month in the Township Office Building. The Township has no Zoning or Planning Commission.
Redbank Township is located in the northeast corner of Armstrong County. Redbank Creek forms the northern boundary of the township (and the Clarion County boundary), and Mahoning Creek forms the southern boundary. The eastern boundary is with Jefferson County and a small portion of Indiana County. To the west is Mahoning Township of Armstrong County.
Physical Address: 135 Sugar Valley Road, Mayport, PA 16240
Mailing Address: 409 Sugar Valley Road, Mayport PA 16240
Mahoning Township supervisors meet at 6:30 p.m. the 2nd Tuesday of the month in the Distant Fire Hall. The Township has no Zoning or Planning Commission.
Mahoning Township is located along the northern border of Armstrong County and is adjacent to the borough of South Bethlehem. The unincorporated communities of Distant and Putneyville are the largest settlements in the township. Redbank Creek forms the northern border of the township (the county line), and Mahoning Creek flows through the southern part of the township.
Physical Address: 2237 Madison Road, Distant, PA 16223
Mailing Address: 987 State Route 1025, New Bethlehem, PA 16242
Redbank Township meetings are the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the Redbank Township Building
Redbank Township is in the southeastern corner of Clarion County and is bordered to the east by Jefferson County and to the south by Armstrong County and the borough of Hawthorn. The southern county boundary is formed by Redbank Creek, a west-flowing tributary of the Allegheny River. Directly across Redbank Creek to the south is a separate Redbank Township in Armstrong County.
Township Building Location: 10 Swede Hollow Road Fairmount City, PA
Township Mailing Address: Redbank Township P.O. Box 47 Fairmount City, PA 16224
Madison Township Meetings are the 1st Tuesday of the month, at the Madison Township Building at 5:00 PM.
Madison township is in southwestern Clarion County, bordered on the west by the Allegheny River, on the south by Redbank Creek, and on the southwest by Brady Township, which occupies a bend in the Allegheny River. Armstrong County is to the west and south, across the two water bodies. The borough of Rimersburg is on the northern border of the township.
Township Mailing Address: Madison Township 1183 Madison Shop Road Rimersburg, PA 16248
Township Building Location: 1183 Madison Shop Road Rimersburg, PA 16248
Porter Township meetings are every 2nd Monday of each month at 3:30 p.m. at the Porter Township Building. If that day falls on a holiday, then meeting is the next working day.
Porter township is in southern Clarion County, bordered to the south by Redbank Creek, which forms the Armstrong County line. The borough of New Bethlehem touches the southeast corner of the township.
Township Mailing Address: Porter Township 9485 Curllsville Road New Bethlehem, PA 16242
Township Building Location: 9485 Curllsville Road New Bethlehem, PA 16242
Hawthorn Borough Council meets the 1st Tuesday of every month at 7pm @ Borough Building on 3784 Main Street. Mailing Address: P.0. Box 52 Hawthorn PA 16230
Established in 1916, Hawthorn PA is small, rural community in western Pennsylvania. Our location, south of I-80 in Clarion County, between New Bethlehem and Brookville, allows our Town to evoke a quiet and comfortable charm and a rural quality of life while still being able to access quality entertainment, business, and industry.
Our beautiful and scenic natural resources boast plenty of recreational activities while still maintaining respite from life’s pressures and a place to seek solitude. The Redbank Valley Trails and waterways were once home to railroads/industrial mills, but now provide a place for year round recreational activities…including fishing, hunting, boating, camping, biking, hiking, and much more!
Our community is tied together through traditional family values and a sincere sense of community. Our municipality is proud of its citizens and the way they demonstrate their willingness to invest in the future of their community.