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Organizations

American Legion Eckley E. Patch Post 40
The American Legion is an organization that assists veterans and their families. We sponsor oratorical and essay scholarships, Scotland School and Keystone Boys and Girls Training. The local chapter also sponsors Junior and Senior League Baseball for youth ages 14-18, youth and adult bowling and golf. Contact the American Legion at (610) 837-8337 for more information.

Bath Business And Community Partnership:
The BBCP was originally established as the Community Visioning Committee in 1999 to organize, promote and support the many and varied special events which occur throughout the year in the community such as Community Pride Day and the Community Wide Yard Sale, sponsored by Boy Scout Troup #33. They also use their expertise and organizational skills to offer support to other community organizations in Bath.

B – Be proud of our community
A – Anything is possible when citizens work side by side
T – Together we can make a difference
H – Helping others through friendship

New members are always welcome. Contact Mary Kositz, Chairperson at (610) 837-6729 or mkositz@essabank.com

Bath East-Allen Youth Club:

The Bath East-Allen Youth Club is a non-profit organization established to serve the youth in the greater Bath East-Allen Township areas. The purpose of the club is to promote participation in sporting activities to enhance physical development of our youth. The activities include baseball, softball, soccer, cheerleading and basketball.

Visit the Bath East-Allen Youth Club website for more information

Bath Improvements Committee – Bath Museum Committee:
An organization known as the Bath Improvements Committee was started in 1995. The purpose of forming this group was to help improve our town. Since its inception the Bath Improvements Committee has been instrumental in the development and operation of the Bath Museum. New members are always welcome. Contact Marjorie Rehrig at (610) 837-0624 or Diane Lager at (570) 325-2233. Museum hours are the 3rd Saturday of the month from 10:00am to 2:00pm.

Bath Lioness Club:
The Bath Lioness Club is a humanitarian service group with great fellowship. We meet the first Tuesday on the month for a dinner meeting. If you are interested in our group, please call Joanne Billings at (610) 837-6291.

Bath Lions Club:
The Bath Lions Club is dedicated to the betterment of your community and in helping people less fortunate. The Club also supports the many worldwide projects of Lions Club International. For more information contact Pastor Wetzel at (610) 837-1061.

Bath Lions Midget Football Association:
The Bath Midget Football Association provides the youth of the Bath area with dedicated adults to teach football and cheering to boys and girls ages 5-14. Our season begins the first Monday in August and runs through the end of October with play-offs and championship games played in November. Watch for sign-up days in the Morning Call or Home News. For more information contact Bath Lions President Chris Green at (610) 739-4982.

Visit the Bath Lions Midget Football Association website for more information

Bath Volunteer Firefighters & Ambulance Corps:
The Bath Volunteer Firefighters & Ambulance Corps is an elite group of men and women dedicated to the public safety of your community. Training classes are continuously offered throughout the county as well as practical “hands on” training held every Monday night. Contact the Fire Department at (610) 837-6400 for information.

Governor Wolf Historical Society:
The Society is active in preserving the Lehigh Valley’s rich historical heritage. Projects include restoring the Ralston-McKeen House and the Siegfried Log Cabin. We also actively provide school children with educational programs that teach about life in the 18th and 19th centuries. Contact the Historical Society at (610) 837-9015.

Visit the Governor Wolf Historical Society website for more information

Historical Architectural Review Board (HARB):
Comprised of an architect, realtor, building contractor and historical district property owners, the HARB was established when Bath Borough designated a Historic District. Their purpose is to help and assist property owners with technical assistance relating to facade improvements to their properties, recommend grant funding for facade improvement projects and the oversight of the Bath Historic District. Contact Borough Hall at (610) 837-6525.

Mid-County Senior Center:
The Northampton County Area Agency of Aging sponsors the Mid-County Senior Center. Our services are designed to enhance the independence and dignity of older adults. We provide a hot lunch, transportation to the Center, exercise program, and social activities. Other services provided are: referral to legal services, life skills education, tax assistance, protective service and assistance with health care insurance applications and concerns. Contact Susan Miller at (610) 837-1931.