"Thank You" for making this year's Faire a great success. Please plan on joining us next year September 19 & 20, 2020 to celebrate our 39th Anniversary.....
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  About The Lions

 

                      Lakewood Lions Club

 

                                               

 

 

The Lakewood Lions Club a men's and women's volunteer service organization chartered in 1951 and part of The Lions Club International a network of 1.4 million men and women in 202 countries who work together to  answer the needs of their communities around the world.


                              Our motto is "We Serve"

The Lakewood Lions Club uses the net proceeds from the Faire to supports the following charities and programs.

  • The Lehmann School (Ladacin Network)


  • Eye exams and glasses to the needy


  • Scholarships to graduating seniors of Lakewood High School


  • Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation


  • Camp Marcella - New Jersey Camp for Blind Children


  • Lions Eye Bank of New Jersey


  • Katzenback School for the Deaf


  • Deborah Heart & Lung Hospital


  • St. Joseph's School for the Blind


  • St. Jude's Research Hospital


  • Childhood Leukemia Foundation



  •   CASA of Ocean County

  • Harbor House



  •  Lakewood EMS


  •  Hatzola

On the International level the Club donates to the Lions Club International Foundation.  The Foundation provides support and disaster relief world wide.  It has helped with Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Maria & Sandy. It has also helped with the earthquakes in Mexico & the Philippines, and most recent with the floods in Japan, and the volcano in Hawaii.

The Club is the founder and sponsor of the Annual Lakewood Renaissance Faire.

The Lakewood Club was recently honored with the Humanitarian of the Year award by the Ladacin Network.

Lions Club Officers:

Kaela Gifford, President
Dawn Gifford, 1st Vice President

Brice Alemany, Secretary
Don Alemany, Treasurer

Ashlynn Williams, Tail Twister

Tammy Vreeland, Membership Director

Tessa Rouleau, Immediate Past President

Edward Horigan, Director

 


If you would like to make a donation to the programs and activities of the Lakewood Lions Club, we welcome your generosity and support. Donations may be made either via direct mail (see address below), or through a secure PayPal donation:

By Mail, send donations to:

 

Lakewood Lions Club

Post Office Box 1446

Lakewood, NJ 08701

 

Thank You for your Support!

 

   The Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA)

 

                                             

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The Society for Creative Anachronism is an international organization dedicated to researching and re-creating the arts and skills of  pre-17th century Europe.

 

Our "Known World" consists of 19 kingdoms, with over 30,000 members residing in countries around the world.  Members, dressed in clothing of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, attend events that may feature tournaments, art exhibits, classes, workshops, dancing, feast, and all manner of arts and sciences you would find in the culture of pre-1600s Western Europe.

 

The East Kingdom is comprised of the areas of eastern Pennsylvania, eastern New York, Delaware, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. Within the East Kingdom there are Baronies, and Pine Park falls within the Realm of the Barony of Carillion.

 

You can visit their website for more information on the Kingdom and the Barony:

www.carillion.eastkingdom.org

 

 

 

Know ye a bit of Pine Park’s Glory

At the turn of the century, in Lakewood’s golden age of Rockefeller and Gould Estates, Pine Park was acquired by two affluent families for their mansions next to Lakewood Country Club.

In 1920 the 150 acre park became the Newman Preparatory School. The school, with a Cathedral background and originally from Hackensack, prepared New York society children for Ivy League colleges until 1942. During WWII the site became a Navy Meteorological training center for the nearby Lakehurst Naval Air Station.

After the war, the property became a school for foreign missionaries of the Marynoll Fathers. In 1954, it was bought by The Christian Brothers of Ireland and became St. Gabriel's.

Pine Park is now a Lakewood Township Park acquired with NJ “Green Acres” funds. The Lakewood Lions and the SCA first transformed the park into “Ye Village of Pine Park in the Barony of Carillion in the East Kingdom” on September of 1981.

 

 

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