Master Plan

Natural Resources

Places of Worship

State and County

Stone Harbor Museum

Stone Harbor Bird Sanctuary

Office of Emergency Management

Local organizations:
Stone Harbor Chamber of Commerce
Stone Harbor Go Green Community

American Legion

Stephen C. Ludlam Post 331
117th Street and Second Avenue
Stone, Harbor

www.stephencludlampost331.org

The American Legion is a fraternal organization dedicated to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States, to perpetuate patriotism, and to foster traditional American values. Legion men and women remember, and we help others to remember, the sacrifices that have been made to keep America free.

The American Legion sponsors:

  • The Memorial Day Parade and Community Picnic.
  • Flag Day and Veterans’ Day Ceremonies.
  • Membership Meeting 1st Tuesday of month.

 

Garden Club

Lions

The Stone Harbor Lions Club was organized on January 16, 1952, by twenty-eight of the Island’s business and professional leaders. The Club was chartered on March 4, 1952. It is the Island’s oldest service organization. The Club is fraternal, social, and service oriented, raising funds primarily for the benefit of Volunteers In Medicine (VIM) and the Jersey Cape Center for the Blind, and also to aid the visually impaired, hearing disabled, and the “needy.” Membership varies between fifty and one hundred. Membership in the Club is by invitation and requires a sponsor. Club dues are $220 per year, which includes the cost of dinner at the twice-monthly dinner meetings. The Club meets for these dinners on the second and fourth Thursday of the month at various local restaurants. The Internal Revenue Service has approved the Club for tax-exempt and tax-deduction status.

You may contact the Lions Club at:
P.O. Box 325
Stone Harbor, NJ 08247
Attention: Secretary


 

Stone Harbor Property Owners Association

Republican Club

What do we do?

Our primary mission is to select and to recommend candidates for endorsement to represent the regular Republican Party in the primary elections, and to acquaint our members with Republican incumbents at all levels of government.

Why do we do it?

To promote the principles of freedom, equality and justice on which the government of this country is founded.

How do we do it?

  • We meet approximately 6 times per year;
  • We collect, share and disseminate information to our members relative to our local interest and concerns;
  • We discuss issues and promote initiatives for good and efficient government;
  • We host a gala affair in May to raise awareness of who we are;
  • We host a gala affair in May to raise awareness of who we are;

Who are our members?

Primarily Republicans 18 years or older who have an interest in our local society and good government. (Dues are $5 per year.)

For additional information, write to:

The Stone Harbor Republican Club
P.O. Box 242
Stone Harbor, NJ 08247
Attention: Secretary
For more information, you may call 368-5102


 

Stone Harbor Chamber of Commerce

Stone Harbor Seniors Information Sheet

PO BOX 44
Stone Harbor, NJ 08247
For Information, call

The Stone Harbor Seniors are a social organization that meets weekly on Wednesday’s 1PM-3PM (fun days as we call them) to promote friendships and have activities such as Bingo and Bridge and any other board games that you might be interested in. We meet at the American Legion Post 331 located on 117th street and Second Ave in Stone Harbor. The Stone Harbor seniors welcome all seniors in the area to participate in our weekly activities and bus trips. Seniors that are seasonal are invited to participate also.

The Seniors sponsor:
-The first Wednesday of each month visiting area restaurant for lunch.
-Once or twice a year bus trips to Atlantic City for lunch and a show.
-Halloween Party
-Christmas Party


 

Women’s Civic Club

Yacht Club of Stone Harbor