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Eat, Drink and Donate at McDonalds to Help Fund the Lakewood Museum
Bring your appetite and the attached voucher to McDonald’s Proceeds Fundraiser on Thursday, May 21, 2015, from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m., at McDonald’s 6771 Route 9 North, Howell, N.J., just north of the former Regent Diner. Present the attached voucher and 25 percent of all purchases will be donated to the Lakewood Historical Society.

The Lakewood Historical Society, the Lakewood Heritage Commission, and the McDonald’s Corporation are co-hosting this fundraiser to benefit the renovations of Kuser Hall, home of the Sheldon Wolpin Historical Museum, Country Club Drive, Lakewood Pine Park, Lakewood, N.J.

Meet several members of the Lakewood Historical Society, who will be helping during the fundraiser: Jimmy Givens, the “Dr. of Musicology” and chairman of fundraising committee; Dr. Stan Liptzin, president; Eileen Liptzin; Robin Taylor-Wellet, president of the Justin E. Taylor/Gilbert Agency; Richard Wolpin; Agnes “Cis” Mayer; and Sister Helen Neder, among others.

The Lakewood Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Visit Donations are always welcome.

For more information, contact Jimmy Givens, at or call 732-245-6831.

About Kuser Hall and the Lakewood Historical Society: Kuser Hall, a two-story, 16,000 square-foot math and science classroom building was built in 1927. It is the last remaining building of five that was once the Newman School for Boys, a private boys’ high school from 1920-1942.

The first floor of Kuser Hall, now the Sheldon Wolpin Historical Museum, has been restored to include six galleries that will display some of the vast museum collection of memorabilia and artifacts. Some of the current projects include renovating the bathrooms, building a handicapped ramp, installing a HVAC system, and landscaping.
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