Lakewood Alumni Association to Host Hall of Fame Luncheon and Scholarship Fundraiser

Posted on February 21, 2017 By

The Alumni Association of Lakewood High School, a 501(c)(3), is hosting its 23rd Annual Hall of Fame Luncheon and annual scholarship fundraiser, Sunday, May 21, 2017, at Woodlake Country Club, New Hampshire Ave,  Lakewood, N.J., beginning at noon. Lunch entrees include prime rib, chicken francaise, or herb encrusted salmon. Kosher meals are available upon request.

The Lakewood High School (LHS) Alumni Association, formed in 1992, provides annual scholarships to graduating seniors and funds to help high school projects. Membership in the LHS Alumni Association is open to all former graduates, attendees, and educators.

Last year, the Alumni Association raised close to $27,000 and awarded 24 scholarships, ranging from $200 to $2500. Former graduates, such as the Friedlander Family, Dale Reese Foundation, and the Rotary contribute annually to the scholarships. Nancy Rogers, the Alumni Association president, says, “I remember our first year. We gave one scholarship for $250!”

The 2017 Hall of Fame honorees are Linda Frazier Brown, Class of ’68, educator; Wayne H. Matthews, Class of ’60, educator and former Ella G. Clarke principal; Donna Waldman Wallenthin, Class of ’60, nurse and volunteer for eye surgery on children in poor countries; Samuel Warm, Class of ’37, CPA and veteran; Dr. Michael Weinreb, Class of ’56, scientist with national weather systems; and Robin Taylor Wellet, Class of ’72, entrepreneur.

Alumni Hall of Fame honorees are selected based on community service, excellence in a given field, volunteerism, and business and professional achievements. The nominee must have been out of school for a minimum of 20 years.

Tickets, which much be purchased in advance, cost $40.00 each. For tickets or more information, contact Nancy Rogers at 732-657-2761 or