Mayor to Perform Valentine’s Day Weddings
residents who wish to exchange their wedding vows on Valentine’s Day will be
able to do so this February 14th with their Mayor officiating the
Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly
Yaede will be performing Valentine’s Day
ceremonies at Kuser Mansion –
the township-owned, Queen Anne-style former
summer home of Fred Kuser of the prominent Kuser Family. Kuser’s business
interests included Fox Film Corporation, Lenox Company and the Mercer Motor Car
Company. The mansions sits inside the 22-acre Kuser Farm Park.
“One of the best parts
of being Mayor is being able to officiate the wedding ceremonies of so many
happy couples; and Valentine’s Day presents itself as a very special holiday
for these special ceremonies,” explains Mayor Yaede.
Hamilton residents looking to
have their wedding officiated by Mayor Yaede this Valentine’s Day are asked to
contact the Mayor’s Office by Thursday, February 7, 2019, by phone at 609.890.3507 to discuss details prior to scheduling their ceremony time in-person.
Afterwards, couple must then contact the Township’s Division of Health by Noon on Friday, February 8,
2019 at 609.890.3826 to schedule an in-person appointment for
the marriage license application. Due to
the limited availability for ceremonies, couples are encouraged to contact the
Township Government as soon as possible as
ceremonies will be booked on a first come, first serve basis.
The mansion’s Drawing Room, where the ceremonies will take place, will be able to
comfortably accommodate up to 20 guests of the couples.