Date(s) - 09/26/2020
4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Jumping Brook Country Club
Categories LGBT New Jersey events
NJ LGBTQ Democrats Award Dinner at Jumping Brook Country Club in Neptune Township
Regrettably, in light of the current announcement today by the WHO regarding a COVID 19 pandemic, and particularly in light of the fact that Monmouth County has three new presumptive cases within the past two days, we have decided that it is in the best interest of our guests and honorees, all of whom we hold very dear, to postpone our Awards Gala, which was scheduled for 3/20/20. The good news is, we have already secured a new date, and hopefully things will calm down before then on the infectious disease front. Now we (and you!) have plenty of time to invite more friends to come. All tickets already purchased will be honored. if you have already purchased a ticket but would like a refund, please let me know.
The postponed event will occur on Saturday, 9/26/20, from 7PM to 11PM at Jumping Brook Country Club (same time, same place, different date)
Please join them 9/26/20 from 7-11 PM at Jumping Brook Country Club as we award some incredible members of our New Jersey LGBTQ and allied community. Ticket includes dinner, open bar, DJ, awards ceremony. All profits support campaigns LGBTQ Democratic Candidates running in NJ.
Very Special Guest to be announced shortly!
Kate Okeson-Arts Educator, Co-Founder of Make it Better for Youth, Managing Partner for NJ’s LGBTQ Inclusive Curriculum pilot project
Mayor Reed Gusciora- Trenton Mayor, former Assemblyman NJ LD 15, former prosecutor of Lawrence Township, and first openly LGBTQ state legislator in NJ history
Dr. Tim Eustace- former Assemblyman NJ LD 38, former Maywood Mayor, Chiropractic Doctor
Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle- Assemblywoman NJ LD 37, legislative ally, Former Freeholder, Vice-President of Shelter Our Sisters
Dave Parano- Founder of Parano and Associates, political consultant, ground-game expert committed to the success of LGBTQ Candidates
Mayor Betsy Driver- Flemington Mayor, first openly intersex elected official in the country, Grand Marshal of Stonewall 50 Pride in 2019, co-founder of Intersex Awareness Day, co-founder Bodies Like Ours