The Junior Firefighters group is open to girls and boys ages 15 - 17. The group learns life saving, first aid, and proper firefighting skills.
Participants prepare to become active firefighters by working alongside Towanda firefighters. Enrollment is open and youth may join at any time.
4-H is open to boys and girls ages 8 to 18 by September 1 and Cloverbuds are for boys and girls ages 5 to 7 by September 1.
The Route 66 linear parkway captures the local history and geography of the "Mother Road" as it passes through Towanda.
Brochures, murals, pamphlets, maps on the pavement, and Burma Shave signs provide information to enhance your knowledge of our local, state, and U.S. history.
Come enjoy the beautiful gardens and landscaping along the 2 1/2 mile Parkway. Benches and picnic tables are located along the road for your convenience. Volunteers are welcome to help maintain our piece of history.
The Friends of the Library are involved in two major projects per year to support the library along participating in other library activities throughout the year.
Meets: At least twice a year at 4pm at the library, check our web site for dates or contact us.
The Towanda HCE is open to all individuals and offers educational opportunities and an exchange of ideas. HCE believes in leadership and community service while promoting friendships and enhancing home, families and self.
The Towanda Unit regularly sponsors the July 3 Spaghetti Supper during the community's annual celebration. With any profit received, they support the community, county and world.
Mission Statement: To create and foster a spirit of understanding among all people for humanitarian needs by providing voluntary services through community involvement and international cooperation. The Lions Motto is “We Serve”.
While the Towanda Lions Club prides itself in helping people who cannot afford eye exams and glasses, some of the local activities include:
This social group is dedicated to improving the quality of life in the Towanda area by:
The group is always open to the public and welcomes anyone who may be interested in current book selection. This is an excellent way to get to know your neighbors, as well as to expand your horizons with books suggested by other book club members.
At each meeting those attending discuss a book selected by the members.
Visit our web site to see the current year's book selections.
The Towanda Parent-Teacher Organization's purpose is to promote a better relationship and understanding between parents, teachers and students, and to provide a service to school and community.
Membership consists of faculty members, parents, and other interested members of the community.
Meets: 1st Monday (usually) September - May at the school at 7:00 pm
Sales are usually held each spring and fall. Dates are determined by input from the sellers, and considering other area events and holidays that might impact the number of buyers and sellers.
A small fee is charged to each garage to be included on a map and with the list of sale locations and items that is distributed, and in the group ad in the area newspaper(s).
Sellers are asked to prioritize the items they have for sale since the amount listed for each garage depends on space available.