The Fair Lawn Athletic Club is celebrating their 90th anniversary this month.
The group sponsors a number of causes and a little league team.
"We try to do everything for the town," Bob Sharples said.
The Club will offer drink specials at their bar Friday, October 11 and have a DJ October 12 as part of the celebration, according to Sharples.
The Club's roots go back to four Fair Lawn residents — Fred Fox, Henry Imhof, Jasper Van Hook and Arthur Tushmann — who organized dances and dinners in the 1920s, according to the Club's history.
The four eventually merged into Fire Company 3 as the "social club" before separating in 1923 as the Athletic Club. They organized their first baseball team in 1924.
The Club went on to organize many efforts in Fair Lawn, including the purchase of playground equipment for schools, fundraising for U.S. troops during World War II, organizing the borough's first Boy Scout troop as well as various sports teams.
The Club bought their property in 1926 for $1,640 and built the original clubhouse in 1932. The clubhouse was later renovated in 1959 and '71.