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Mt. Penn Fire Tower

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From West Lawn Area – take Warren Street bypass (rte 12) East, take the Spring Valley Road exit–make a right onto Hampton Bolvd, then a left onto McKnight’s Gap Rd. At the top of the hill, go to the 2nd stop sign, make a left and then 50 feet up make a right onto Skyline drive–fire tower is a mile or so up on the left.
From Exeter, Mt. Penn Area – take Bus. 422 towards Reading–becomes Mineral Spring Road (after passing Arner’s and going over bridge). At 2nd light (past bridge), make a right onto Clymer and then another right onto Hill Road (at Central Catholic HS), about 1 mile up make a hard left and then an immediate right onto Duryea Drive, wind around and at the next left take it, go past the pagoda (on skyline drive) and the firetower is up the hill on the left.


Pacer Christmas Party
Come mingle and dance the night away with your best Pagoda Pacer buds!
Date: Friday, December 1st
Time: 6pm-11pm
Location: Grill Fire Company

Tickets must be bought in advance.


General Membership Meeting


The Monthly Membership meeting will be held on Thursday January 11th, 2024 
Mohnton Fire Company Social Quarters, 100 E Summit St., Mohnton, PA 19540.  The meeting is upstairs. Enter the front door and go up the stairs to your left. There is no need to ring the buzzer for entry.   Food and drink at 6:30 p.m. Meeting starts at 7:00 p.m. All members welcome. Members are responsible for purchasing their own beverages.

Meetings are held the second Thursday of each month @7:00 pm.  All are welcome

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Our Mission

The Pagoda Pacers Athletic Club promotes physical fitness and public wellness. We conduct athletic activities in our community, organize competitions, social gatherings, and educate the public on physical fitness and wellness. We promote participation in the sports of running, cycling, duathlons, & triathlons. We also encourage members to be more than just athletes by conducting a variety of social and civic activities in the Reading, Pennsylvania area.