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If you're a New York Yankees fan and reside in Eastern Pennsylvania, you may want to consider joining our organization. Formed in Spring 2002 by club president Chuck Frantz, our first meeting was held at the Dockside Inn in Catasauqua in May 2002.

Arguably the largest Yankee fan club in the United States with over 385 members as of January 2013, we bring the Yankees to the Lehigh Valley -- comprised primarily of the Eastern Pennsylvania cities of Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, and it's surrounding areas, which contains approximately a half million people.

Entrenched deep in the heart of Philadelphia Phillies country (Citizen's Bank Park is less than seventy miles away from Allentown), we have formed due to common interest and a love for all that is navy blue pinstripe. With members of all ages, we salute the Yankee heroes of present and past. We have memories of Mickey Mantle tape shot home runs, Whitey Ford strikeouts, Mariano Rivera saves, and Derek Jeter World Series hits.

Please come join us. We meet monthly at Hampton Lanes in Northampton on the 1st Tuesday of the month from March to November to talk about the most successful Major League Baseball team of all-time. In December, we have our Annual Christmas Party. There is no admission fee. We have a new meeting location that will better serve the needs of our members.

This fan club also cares about the community we live in, and we want to give back to it. We are a non-profit organization and work with several area charities to lend our volunteer efforts.

Initial annual membership is $25 for individuals (free fan club lanyard) and $40 for families (two free lanyards). Members receive discounts on Yankee bus trips, fan club merchandise purchases, and a free month newsletter.



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