Food & Drink

Lone Eagle Hosts Benefit 'Birthday Bash'

Lone Eagle's distinctive wooden logo graces the main room. It was created by Robert King, who is the father of the brewery's founder. Credits: Curtis Leeds / TAPinto Flemington-Raritan file photo
Sharon Mahn Credits: courtesy photo

FLEMINGTON, NJ – A birthday-bash that will be held at Lone Eagle Brewing on Thursday will benefit Safe Harbor Child Access Centers.

Safe Harbor is a non-profit that provides services to separating, divorcing and divorced families to assure that children have continuing contact with both parents and other family members.

It offers court-ordered supervised parenting time; supervised parenting time referred by therapists, counselors, self-referral, and other agencies; and support for women in recovery who have experienced domestic violence.

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The benefit event is organized by Sharon Mahn, a 1986 Hunterdon Central High School graduate who was a four-year varsity gymnast and co-captain of the varsity gymnastics team here. Some may remember her from when she worked at Roy Rogers in its original Flemington location, which is where Boston Market is located now.

Mahn is now a lawyer and the founder and CEO of Mahn Consulting, a legal and executive search and consulting company. She has run dozens of marathons and half-marathons domestically and internationally to raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and lives in Manhattan.

Mahn still has family and friends in the Hunterdon area and she wants to celebrate her birthday with them.

The party at Lone Eagle will start at 6 pm. The brewery will donate 20 percent of the drink proceeds from 6 to 8 p.m.

In honor of Mahn, some of her friends plan on donating directly to Safe Harbor.

“The best gift that you can bring is giving back to a worthy cause,” Mahn said.

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