The William Paca Club

The William Paca Club is a social and civic club,
originally formed during the Great Depression by a group of residents of New Providence.

In 1943, the club officially received a certificate of incorporation, and officially became The William Paca Club of New Providence.

The members of The William Paca Club support the community through various memberships, volunteering, donations, and even an annual scholarship.

We welcome you to read on for more information and history about the club, and invite our members to view the photo gallery from club events.


The William Paca Club


Learn about the history of how the William Paca Club came to be

Community Service

Since its inception, a core part of The William Paca Club’s mission has been to participate in civic duties in the community.

Contact Info & Directions

What to get involved? Contact us!!

be part of the ladies Auxiliary

Members of the Ladies’ Auxiliary include wives of the members of The Paca Club, as well as other distinguished ladies of the New Providence community.