The Civic Club of Harrisburg
Civility with Purpose
Serving our community since 1898
Our mission statement
To promote and engage in 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.
Join the community!
Women leaders are invited to join to support our legacy of education, engagement and service of our community, and the preservation of our historic building. The opportunity to network and connect with women of all ages is priceless.
Volunteer service is open to both men and women for the non-profit arm of the club.
Club and Community Programs
Offered free to the public six months a year
The mission of The Civic Club of Harrisburg is to promote and engage in 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
Opening Day-Members Luncheon
Tuesday September 11, 2018 -
Topic- What comes next for TCCH: Our Strategic Plan
President Myrna Delgado will outline her vision
and strategies for the near future of the Club.
Civic Minded Breakfast
September 12th 8am
Megan Swope, Direct Sales Leader
"Networking for Good:
Maximizing Community Connections
RSVP to email@example.com
Our Legacy & History
Traced to the early settlers of Harrisburg, The Civic Club of Harrisburg building belonged to William Reynolds Fleming in the early 20th century. He called the home “Overlook” inasmuch as it sits high on the banks of the Susquehanna River—the only remaining residence on the west side of Front Street in Harrisburg.