The Anniversary Committee continues to refine the packed summer calendar; visit the PFLA calendar to get an idea of what's coming!

How you can be a part of our 100th Anniversary celebration!

  1. Volunteer for an event. We need all the help we can get to make sure events run smoothly. All skill sets are needed. If you are interested in helping, complete this form, indicating the events you'd like to volunteer for, and email it to us.

  2. Participating in the events. Our current schedule is posted on the PFLA Calendar. We hope you incorporate as many of these events as possible with your summer plans. Help us to plan  by indicating which events you'd like to attend. Fill out this form and return it to us.  We have also created a pamphlet for you to share with your friends and family. 

 

Additional Event Information: 

Friday Night Movie Nominations

Every Friday at 8 p.m., join the fun at Movie Night in the Lounge. If you have suggestions for a movie, fill out this form to vote or add your own suggestion.

 

Sports Week: Saturday, July 2 - Saturday, July 9

What better way to honor America’s independence than to participate in some friendly competition? Several hosts have organized events during this week of fun! All ages and skill levels are welcome (unless otherwise noted). Remember to bring your water bottle and wear your sunscreen.

The schedule is tentative based on the weather and participation. If there is severe weather, an email will be sent with adjusted dates, times, and/or locations.  RSVPs are appreciated but not required. 

Wed., July 6

  • 10 a.m. - BB & Pellet Gun Competition - Rec Hall Field: This event is for ages 10 to adult. Children under  16 must be accompanied by an adult. There will be separate competitions for BB guns and Pellet guns (and by age if necessary). Bill is looking for someone to let us use their gun(s) for the competition. We will supply the ammunition. Contract Bill at wsimolike@aol.com if you are willing. 

  • 7 p.m. - Shuffleboard - Field by Sports courts

Thurs., July 7

  • 10 a.m. - Snorkeling & Stream Macroinvertebrate Studies -All participants should meet near the car bridge at 10 a.m. We will walk to the snorkeling site from there.

    • Learn about our special waters and the critters who live there!

    • A short stream walk and micro invertebrate sampling will be done (kids will help with the sampling), then everyone can snorkel or float with the flow under the guidance of conservation district environmental educators.

    • Adults are encouraged to participate.

    • If creek snorkeling isn’t your thing, come out for the short stream walk and macroinvertebrate sampling led by environmental educators.

    • Snorkeling equipment and PFDs will be provided. 

    • Waterscopes will be available for those who don’t want to completely submerge their heads.

    • Participants should wear water shoes or old sneakers. 

    • The water will be cold—water shirts are encouraged.

  • 3 p.m. - Volleyball - Beach Courts

Fri., July 8 

  • 10 a.m. - Kickball - Field by Sports courts

  • 8 p.m. - Kid’s sleepover - Lounge: All ages are welcome to participate in the movie night, and after it’s over, any kids who can stay all night (thinking about age 7 and up) should roll out their sleeping bags, and in the morning, there will be pancakes! (Hosted by Liz Malantonio)

Sat., July 9 

  • 12 p.m. - Anniversary Lunch Celebration - Beach: Join in the Fiesta Celebration at the Beach. **See information below

  • 2:30 p.m. - Beach Games - Beach

  • Following Beach Games - Cornhole Tournament - Beach

Anniversary Lunch Celebration: Saturday, July 9

Fiesta at the Beach with the Fajita Bar from Moe's! 

When: Saturday, July 9, 12 p.m. on the Beach

What: Fajita/Taco bar includes: chicken/ground beef, pinto/black beans, rice, and all the fixings. (drinks: soda, water, tea and lemonade)

How much: $10 per person; $5 for kids 6 and under

Since we are having the event catered, a definite headcount is needed by Tuesday, July 5, via an email to Liz. (If you are bringing children, please specify their ages.) We ask that even if you had signed up for the former event on this day, you confirm your attendance again!

Golf Outing Registration: Saturday, August 20

PFLA is hosting a four-person scramble at The Shawnee Inn & Golf at Shawnee on the Delaware in the morning on Saturday, August 20. We are limited to the first 20 people who register. Registration and payment are due prior to Sunday, July 31. The cost is $75 per person. Register here.  

Anniversary Dinner Celebration: Saturday, August 20

Be sure to keep the Anniversary Dinner Celebration date, Saturday, August 20th, on your calendar.

Where: Tent at the Center, the Lounge and the Tea Room

What: Delicious catered dinner (by Cook's Touch) and live music by Whiskey Logic (Brian Miller's band)

How: Tickets are $35 for members and their children and grandchildren and $40 for other guests. Tickets will be on sale through the end of July.

Honor or Remember Someone with a PFLA Dedication

The Anniversary Dinner program will include dedications to people our members wish to honor or remember who have been important to their lives at PF. If you would like to submit a dedication, complete this form. Each dedication will cost $10 and is limited to 150 characters. (You may submit more than one!) Once you submit the form, you will receive a confirmation email and someone will be in touch with your summary and the amount due.

Decade List & Weekly Special Activities

Each week this summer, we will celebrate a different decade through themed events, Tea Room specials, music or decorations. See the full list below. 

In times of celebration, it is important to remember those who are less fortunate. Thanks to Cass Kwan and her connection with the St. John’s Food Pantry in Stroudsburg, we will be collecting items throughout the season to donate. A collection box will be available in the Lounge for drop-off anytime. However, if you drop off any of the following items in the Tea Room during our respective decade celebration, you will receive a chance to win a free ice cream cone! Drawings will be held on Thursday nights!

July 1-July 7: 1930s

Fourth of July Celebrations & Big Bands:

Create a Red/White/Blue Sundae or Banana Split

Pantry Items: Canned & Instant Soups

July 8-July 14: 1940s

The War Years: Crazy Hat Night—Milkshake $0.50

Pantry Items: Canned Proteins

July 15-July 21: 1950s

Greasers & Pink Ladies: Sock Hop—Twist Contest

Pantry Items: Juices

July 22-July 28: 1960s

Woodstock: Tie Dye Night—Swirl/Ripple Flavors 1/2 off

Pantry Items: Canned Fruit

July 29-August 4: 1970s

Disco Fever

Pantry Items: Pasta & Rice

August 5-August 11: 1980s

Totally Awesome ’80s—Throwback Cereal Toppings

Pantry Items: Cereals

August 12-August 18: 1990s

Grunge Rock and the Internet Explosion

Pantry Items: Toiletries

August 19: August 25: 2000s 

Y2K

Pantry Items: Peanut Butter & Jelly

August 26-September 1: 2010s

Jersey Shore: Glow Party

Pantry Items: Velveeta & Cheese Whiz

September 2-Labor Day: 2020s

Birthday Party

Pantry Items: Diapers and Wipes

Fundraisers: 

See the online order forms below to purchase 100th Anniversary merchandise. Additional items (such as photo note cards, tumblers, towels, and lanterns) are available in the Tea Room. 

2022 Ornament Order Form ($20)

Anniversary Flag Order Form ($37)

Anniversary Book Order Form ($17) 

Golf Polo Shirt Pre-Order Form ($28-$30 depending on size)

*Shipping is available for an additional fee. 

Thank you to everyone who has helped put together the 100th Anniversary celebration. Our committee has collaborated with so many members who have made this possible.

Meet the Committee 

Book Subcommittee: 

Bill Hoover

Brenda Lange

Chris Matthy

*Editors/Proofreaders: Nicole, Kathryn, Shannon, Roy,and Steve 

Co-Chairs: 

Kristy Knabe

Dayle Malantonio

Elizabeth Malantonio

Members at Large: 

Donna Myers

Nancy Simolike

Nancy Tkacs