The Reckless Estate

The Reckless Estate

About the Club House

photo from 2008 of the Woman's Club of Red BankThe Club House: The Woman’s Club Of Red Bank club house is also known as the Reckless Estate, after Senator Anthony Reckless, the original owner of the house. Many of our fund raising events take place at our club house with the proceeds going towards the maintenance of our club house.

Reckless Estate Preservation Plan:

The following programs were designed to raise capital for the much needed upgrades and maintenance of the Reckless Estate. For more information about the work that needs to be addressed review the Reckless Estate House Preservation Plan.

Preservation Plan Committee
~ members are invited to be actively involved in the planning and maintenance of our beautiful club house. For more details about the Preservation Plan and how to participate on a committee, click here.

How we raise capital for our club house

Host an Event at the Club House – click on the link to download the rules, requested donation and details on how to reserve the house or a room for one of our member’s personal or business events.

Adopt A Room ~ We welcome corporate sponsors to help us bring the upstairs rooms up to code.

Buy A Brick ~ Honor those special women in your life by purchasing a paver with an inscription. The pavers will replace our crumbling walkway as well as help us preserve our club house building. Click here for an Buy-A-Brick order form – pavers cost $100 and you can include 3 lines of any inscription.

Reckless Merchandise

  • Apron
  • Tee-Shirts
  • Tote Bags