Effective April 1st...

Our daily guest fee will increase to $7/adults and $5/students.

The MACC is currently accepting your new & gently used donations for our annual spring yard sale on May 16. 

  In inclement weather...

Tune into any of these radio stations for MACC delay/cancellation information:
WKOK 1070AM          Eagle 107.3FM
WQKX 94.1FM          WFYY 106.5FM
WLZS 106.1FM          WJUN 92.5FM
WQLV 98.9FM          WTLR 89.9FM
WGRC 91.3FM Lewisburg, 90.9FM Lewistown, 101.7FM State College
"Like" us on  facebook  to stay informed of MACC delays, cancellations, and closings in inclement weather.
Your safety is important to us!


7:  Beginners Spinning classes begin   - NEW CLASS!
Tuesdays, 10:15-11:15am
8:  Spinning classes begin   - NEW CLASS!
Tuesdays, 5:30-6:30pm; Wednesdays, 9:00-9:45am
25:  National Scrapbook Day CROP at the MACC
with Diane Shamory (Creative Memories Advisor); $25/participant
Pre-register on/before April 10


9:  1-mile Color Run - 10am start
Event day registrations: $25/adult, $15/child
Pre-register on/before April 3 for reduced entry fee ($20/adult, $10/child)
9:  Color Carnival - 11am-2pm
Games, bounce house, Mother's Day flowers, & more!  Concessions available.
16:  Yard Sale & Chinese Auction
More information coming soon!


8:  MACC Summer Day Camp begins
Explorer Camp (6-12yo), $75/week (members), $80/week (non-members)
Discovery camp (3-5yo), $60/week (members), $65/week (non-members)
20:  Scrapbooking CROP at the MACC
with Diane Shamory (Creative Memories Advisor); $25/participant


16 & 17  Hunter Safety Course - 6-7pm
Provided by the PA Game Commission; Free!
Register on/before July 10


22:  Scrapbooking CROP at the MACC
with Diane Shamory (Creative Memories Advisor); $25/participant


17:  Scrapbooking CROP at the MACC
with Diane Shamory (Creative Memories Advisor); $25/participant


5:  Scrapbooking CROP at the MACC
with Diane Shamory (Creative Memories Advisor); $25/participant

For more information about these and other programs and events...

see the MACC EVENTS calendar on this page,

call us at (570) 658-2276,

or stop by and visit us!

When you donate to the MACC, you donate to our community.
Your donations, in any amount, help us to provide programming for our neighbors.
Mallissa Weaver, Executive Director

Welcome to the MACC!

The mission of the Middlecreek Area Community Center (MACC) is to make the community stronger by providing recreational, social and educational programs for people of all ages. 















What does it cost?

Membership Fees

A MACC membership entitles you to use of the entire facility excluding the climbing wall. Corporate Memberships may be purchased to benefit the company and its employees.

MACC Membership Fees

Family $45 $121 $231 $441
Senior Couple $39 $100 $189 $366
Adult $30 $65 $123 $221
Senior $26 $59 $111 $194
Teen $21 $33 $58 $88
Youth $17 $26 $42 $63
Guest Fee: $7 per day ages 13 and over, $4 per day for ages under 13
College/Military: 20% Discount given for active, full-time status with current ID
Payments may be made by cash, check, credit card, or money order. Payment is due at registration unless otherwise indicated. Make checks payable to Middlecreek Area Community Center or MACC.



If you prefer, your payment can be automatically paid via preauthorized bank draft. **Preauthorized bank draft will continue until a 30 day notice is given** 
Corporate Membership

What benefits can you and your employees get from getting involved in an exercise program at the MACC?

Reduced healthcare and insurance costs with im-provements in employee bodily condition

Less worker absences

Valuable recruitment and employee retention tool

Higher energy and productivity levels

Improved attitudes and self awareness

Less stressed, more physically active workforce

Declines in injury rates and injury related absences

Less Turnover

Improvements in job performance

Increased employee satisfaction and morale

Increased employee’s fitness

Decrease in employee stress and job related tension

Physical Activity Is Economically Beneficial

Here are some examples of companies with employee wellness programs and what their returns were on their investment into the wellness program.

Coors Brewing - 615% General Mills - 390%

Bank of America - 600% Travelers Corp. - 340%

Kennecott - 578% Motorola - 315%

Equitable Life - 552% DuPont - 205%

Health-care costs are skyrocketing (mostly shoul-dered by employers) and the number of over-weight men, women, and children in the U.S. is almost at epidemic levels. Unhealthy lifestyles and overweight related issues are carrying a very high price tag for individuals, such as: fatigue, depres-sion, poor hygiene, constant sickness, stroke, heart attack, cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, cer-tain cancers, diabetes, and back ailments. There is also a very high price tag for you, the employer. This price includes high absenteeism, increased health care costs, low morale, and the list goes on. All of these things will affect your bottom line. Employee health is vital to a company's competi-tiveness.

Fortunately, there is a way out. Getting your em-ployees to participate in an exercise program is the way to help stop this downward spiral. The Middlecreek Area Community Center wants to provide the solution for you.

Corporate Membership Rates

$ 800-- 1 Free family membership plus 10% off for each employee member-ship

$1500-- 1 Free family membership and 15 day passes plus 25% off each em-ployee membership

$2000-- 1 Free family membership and 30 day passes plus 30% off each em-ployee membership

$2500-- 1 Free family membership, one free adult month membership, and 30 day passes plus 35% off each employee membership

$3000-- 1 Free family membership, one free adult 3 month membership, and 30 day passes plus 40% off each employee membership

$3500-- 2 Free family memberships and 30 day passes plus 45% off each em-ployee membership

$5000 -- 2 Free family memberships, one free gymnasium rental, and 30 day passes plus 50% off each employee membership


















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