(Camden, NJ) – Camden County Surrogate Michelle Gentek-Mayer will begin offering Camden County residents the opportunity to get married at a beautiful new setting in Gloucester Township.
Beginning June 1, couples will have the opportunity to have their wedding performed by the Surrogate at the Regan Building on Camden County’s Lakeland Campus. The Regan Building is at the heart of the Camden County Environmental Park, an 8-acre site that serves as a hub for community gardening and environmental education.
“I invite you to get married outdoors in our scenic gazebo, or indoors in front of our beautiful fireplace mantle,” said Surrogate Gentek-Mayer. “Where ever you choose to get married, I look forward to helping you make your special day one that you will always remember.”
The Regan Building is located at 508 Lakeland Road in the Blackwood section of Gloucester Township.
“An added benefit of this location is the availability of plenty of free parking for you and those attending your ceremony,” Gentek-Mayer said.
Wedding ceremonies will continue to be offered at the Surrogate’s Court in the Aletha Wright Administration Building, located at 600 Market Street in Camden.
To schedule a wedding ceremony, please call the Office of the Surrogate at (856) 225-7282.