Our Community runs entirely on volunteers. Even if you go away for the winter, there are things you could do to help during the summer months. Please consider helping.
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2019 - This club operates, maintains and updates the audio-visual equipment. It is in charge of setting up microphones for general meetings and special events.It provides the equipment for presentations, group television screenings and movie nights.
Chairperson: Tino Yodice
The club has been in existence since the summer of 1987 and has a positive impact on our community. Its members are volunteers. Plantings are done at our entrance, some common grounds and in decorative planters in various areas around the pool and clubhouse, and the club also provides seasonally appropriate decorations to enhance the front entrance of the clubhouse. You are invited to join the Garden Club. The dates of our monthly meetings can be found in the calendar. Go to our Activities section to see a recent picture of Clare and her committee Chairperson: Clare Mathiasen
Marge Grabis, Chairperson
This Committee meets every other month on the second Tuesday at 11:00 AM in the Library.
The Library can only take book donations that are 5 years old or less.
Chairperson: Sallie Wood
Our women's club meets on the third Wednesday of each month, except July and August, serving lunch and offering interesting programs. We serve the interests and social development of our members, contribute to the community and advance the welfare of Brick by making donations to deserving organizations and activities. Food contributions are collected at each meeting for distribution to a local food pantry.
Above; Maria Savino, Vice Chair; Cherie Parker, Chairperson; Judy Murray, Treasurer, and Joan Sudnick, Secretary
Lions Pride Committee
2018 - Lions Pride Editorial Review Board: Left to right Mary Nagel, Sue Mills, Ann Brennan, Kathleen Wright, Rose Szpara, Linda LaFerrera, Barbara Abbott and Janet Stoney
Appropriately named, this monthly magazine keeps our residents abreast of community news.
Residents may submit material which our editorial staff reviews and edits. Delivery is made by our volunteer circulation staff. Deadline for submitting an article is 8th of the month.
Sue Mills & Linda LaFerrera, Editors
2018 - Seated: George Bazaz - Ways & Means, Jerry Cosimo, Tom Tormey - Secretary,
George Flaccavento - Vice President , Brian Halm - Treasurer
Standing: Joe Bill, Joe Bivona - Events Coordinator and Bob Pedersen - Sgt. At Arms.
Missing: Bob Mathiasen - President, Tom Behrens - Membership, Mario DiCrocco - Hospitality/Kitchen, John Castellano and Ralph Rizzolo - events - trips.
The purpose of the Men's Club is to serve as a forum for the interests and social elements of the members, to promote congenial and cooperative activities in the interest of the members and to enhance the quality of life within the Lions Head South community. It is a non-political and non-sectarian association. This club meets the 1st Wednesday of every month throughout the year.
President: Bob Mathiasen
Lions Head Chorus
2019 - From left to right: Lynn Harko, Linda LaFerrera, Bonnie Luton.
Several times each year under the direction of Bonnie Luton, The Lions Head South Chorus provides concert performances for the enjoyment of our residents.
2019 - Left to right; Jim Clarke, Treasurer, Joyce Speziale, VP, Barbara Skelly, President; and Clara Ciuffo, Secretary
This club serves the interests of our single residents, both male and female. We meet on the second Sunday of each month, except July and August, for an afternoon of socializing. We offer diversified entertainment such as guest speakers, local entertainers and games. Our lunches are culinary treats that our members look forward to.
The Social Committee organizes Dinner Dances and Concerts throughout the year.
They hire music groups and caterers
and decorate the Lions Den with a theme for each event. See Upcoming Events for planned events for 2018.
Chairperson: Debbie Holzherr
Lions Head South will acknowledge any illness or death in the community with cards and any additional information requested by the family.
2019 Chairperson: Joyce Speziale 732-701-3260
Rip It Out Club
This club will be happy to teach anyone who wishes to learn how to knit, crochet or do needlework. We provide a friendly and fun way to spend an afternoon. We make hats for newborns and cancer patients as well as blankets which are donated to charitable organizations and hospitals. We are in need of yarn for these charitable works. Please bring your unneeded yarn to the club house on Tuesday or Friday afternoons. We meet on Tuesday and Friday at 1:00 pm in the Clubhouse. This club will become more active after Labor Day. Look for current pictures then.
Members (left to right)
Sue Mills - Chairperson,
Missing - Rose Szpara, Clara Ciuffo
This Committee provides a diversified selection of opportunities for members of the community to travel at a reasonable rate. Many trips are offered; Atlantic City shows, theater luncheons, day trips and multi-day excursions and cruises.
This Committee meets the 2nd Thursday of each month
@ 9:30 AM for Regular Travel, and 10:15 AM
for Combined Activities
Pictured are Angela Trilivas, Fran Raczynski, Joyce Burghardt, Diane Gregory, Eleanor Gannon, Barbara Hurley, Rose Szpara, Lucy Hubert, Tino Yodice and Rosemarie Ferrainolo, Chairperson.
The group meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 11:00 AM.