Congratulations to Bill Baker!

Recipient of The USA Water Ski Award of Merit

(click link above for full article and ASWA website)

February 2, 2016
Bill Baker (Eagleville, Pa.) is the recipient of USA Water Ski’s

Award of Merit, the organization’s highest award for a volunteer.

Bill received a standing ovation from the crowd of over 250

USA-Water Ski members in attendance.

Baker has always sought to inspire water skiers to become

officials and current officials to move to higher levels through

teaching, sharing and testing. The example he has set as an official is an everlasting contribution to maintaining the highest level of integrity and sportsmanship in the tournaments of the American Water Ski Association’s Eastern Region and wherever he is officiating. An accomplished slalom skier and jumper at the regional and national levels, Baker’s contributions as an official and administrator have been immense. He was a charter member of the Port Indian Ski Club; senior judge since 1987; Pan Am judge since 1992; past chief judge of the Eastern Regionals, U.S. Team Trials and Nationals; AWSA national director; Eastern Region executive vice president; and AWSA vice president.  

"They saved the best for last.  When Bill's name was announced I lost sight of him as he made his way to the stage. It was a special night, a special honor for a special man who has been a source of pride for Pennsylvania and the Eastern Region for decades.

Thank you Bill for your leadership and countless contributions to the Port Indian Ski Club, the Keystone Water Ski Federation, the Eastern Region, AWSA, USA Water Ski, and skiers all over the world.  This is the highest honor USA Water Ski has, and it certainly went to a deserving individual."  By Doug Robbins - click link for web page

1st Annual Community Potluck Dinner - March 3, 2018

2nd Annual Community Potluck Dinner - March 2, 2019

The River Freeze and Unfreeze 2018!

January 13, 2018:

The river finally unfroze last night!  Seemed to be a "good unfreeze" as the ice was thin and we did not see any docks getting taken away like in 2014.  Using a long exposure, check out the unique landscape that unfolded.  


March 4, 2019

Thanks to everyone that donated for the cleanup & painting of the Port Indian bus stop and the free little library!   We appreciate everyone's generous donations to Port Indian Civic and Boating Association and to this education cause!

If you still would to donate or if you have pledged money,  please drop it off at either my house #6  or Cletus home #3.  FYI, once we receive the money that was pledged, we will have reached our goal.   Yay!

Thank you to everyone for coming together and making this happen. Truly a group effort. Truly a community effort and much appreciated.  The timeframe to get the bus stop cleaned up and painted and the library purchased, assembled and installed is by the end of June.

Thank you everyone!


September 26th and 27th, 2015 (rain date Oct 3&4)

Located at the parking lot on the corner of Port Indian and South Schuylkill Ave.

Great chance to clean out your clutter, make some money and mingle with your neighbors!

For more info or to sign up please contact Brittany Sheridan (267) 467-3442


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