• November 20, 2007 — Public Forum
  • October 6, 2007 — Fall Festival
  • September 25, 2007 — Public Forum
  •  Summer Fun Projects
    • June 26th – Games old & New
    • July 10th – PA State Police
    • July 31st – Arts & Crafts, Bingo
    • Aug. 7th – Game Commission
    • Aug. 14th – Civil Air Patrol
    • Aug. 21st – Birthday Party
  • May 9, 2007 — Public Forum
  • April 21, 2007 — Community Pride Event
  • April 16 to 21, 2007 — The Big Junk Drop Off for all Township Residents

Thank You to all the Volunteers and Sponsors in supporting our 4th Annual Fall Festival held October 6, 2007, at the Holy Child Grove, Old Newport St., Sheatown.




Newport Township Community Organization is seeking volunteers and sponsors for a Community Pride Event throughout Newport Township, from Lee to Sheatown, as part of The Great Pennsylvania Cleanup, on Saturday, April 21st, 8:00AM to 12:00PM, meeting at the Municipal Building Parking Lot in Wanamie.

Individuals, groups, organizations, businesses, and clubs, are invited to be part of this event. Gloves, trash bags, and safety equipment, will be provided from PennDot and Glad. The Bee from Old Country Buffet will be joining us.  Volunteers will enjoy refreshments after the cleanup thanks to RK Furs, Pepsi, Antonios Pizza, Bush Distribution, Weis, Wegmans, Sams, and Target.  Donations are always accepted and greatly appreciated.


Newport Township Community Organization, along with the Township Department of Public Works, is holding a Big Junk Drop Off April 16th to the 21st for Newport Township Residents.

Residents are asked to bring junk items, to the Recycling Center in Wanamie.



NO hazardous waste, propane tanks, motor oil, driveway coating, garbage, limbs, lawn clippings, etc.

NO sludge, chemotherapeutic material, asphalt shingles, paints, thinners, concrete blocks, bricks, stones, or other building materials.

Tires and batteries will not be accepted.


License plate frames are on sale for $3.00.

A Redevelopment Committee has been formed to revitalize our Township.   

Murph Fletcher and Mary Margaret continues to work on Recreational Events.

Given the number of candidates vying for nomination as a Newport Township Commissioner, the Newport Township Community Organization has published a Voters Guide. Click here to view

Also the Community Organization sponsored a Public Forum which was held May 9, 2007, at 7:00 p.m. in the American Legion Post 539 at 62 Newport Street in Glen Lyon.

   All Newport Township Democratic and Republican candidates were invited to this event.  Six of the nine candidates attended.

David Buchinski, Russell Sager, Janine Floryshak, William Hourigan (Write in Candidate), Frank Chest, and Michael Figmic were in attendance.  Paul Czapracki, John Wilkes, Jr. and Michael Roke did not attend.

   The Public Forum was moderated by Stephen Phillips, President of the Community Organization, and all candidates were given the opportunity to answer the same questions.  There was a time limit for each candidate to respond.  Each candidate was asked to bring any material they felt may assist them in responding to the questions.    The candidates were not given any of the questions prior to the Public Forum.  

   Following the question and answer period, the Community Organization hosted a small reception where all of the candidates had the opportunity to meet with those in attendance and discuss their respective platforms with the citizens.