Hazleton One Community Center

Joe Maddon and children holding an HIP banner.

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Hazleton One Community Center will be a physical environment within the city of Hazleton, Pennsylvania, conducive to creating opportunities for economically challenged children to participate in a variety of no-cost or low-cost educational, cultural and athletic activities.

The Hazleton Integration Project will operate a community center that will engage our children in wholesome activities while fostering trust and respect among all of our region’s ethnic cultures.

mpb-exteriorIn December 2012, we purchased the former Most Precious Blood School at Fourth and Seybert Streets in Hazleton, to be the home for the Hazleton One Community Center.

Keep checking back for the latest about how you can help play a role in the Hazleton One Community Center.

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  • Joe Maddon on the Times Leader

     
  • Community's Diversity Celebrated at Annual Dinner

    Jorge Tirado celebrated Diversity Night with some Latin Dance moves and then took a break away from the disc jockeys at the Hazleton One Community Center on Friday night. 

    November 20, 2016

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  • Thanksmas For All

    Maddon wraps up visit with annual dinner, giveaway!

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  • Return to Home Plate

    Maddon, who led the Chicago Cubs to a 2016 World Series title, joined Hazleton Creek Properties founder William Rinaldi at the Hazleton One Community Center on Thursday morning to break ground for a $250,000 playground.playground pic

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Celebrate Hazleton Event Planned in City Aug. 4-5

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A More Latino Hazleton, Pa. Brace's for Trump's Immigration orders

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PSU Initiative Aids Local Science/language learning

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Children

Area Students hold Skype Session with UK Professor

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Joe Maddon HIP Fundraiser

Teens Explore 'Home' through a Camera Lens

Several youths who participated in the "A Place Called Home" photography project at the Hazleton One Community Center never held a camera in their hands before.

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THANKS, JOE!

Community celebrates Maddon's milestones, philanthropy during visit.

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