CLCC President’s Message

Dear Cedar Lake Residents,

Welcome to 2019! I hope you are all enjoying the New Year and sticking to all of your resolutions. The holiday season has come and gone all too quickly again. The holiday events hosted by the CLCC and CLLA were well attended and cherished by all who joined in. A very special thank you to all the volunteers who pitched in and gave up their time to continue our holiday traditions. A special thanks to Bob Vidal and Ron Vogt for spending Christmas Eve spreading joy to the little ones.

Sadly, we had to say goodbye to a Cedar Laker in January. Ron Leonard passed away on January 8th. Ron was a lifelong Cedar Laker and was a two-time President of the Community Club, a CLPO Trustee, and volunteered on countless lake and town projects. Ron will be truly missed by many. I was lucky enough to get to know Ron over the last few years and will miss chatting with him and soaking in the lifetime of knowledge he enjoyed sharing. On behalf of the CLCC I would like to extend our deepest sympathies to Joanne and the Leonard family.

The bitter cold is certainly here. While it can be numbing at times, it also opens the lake to those brave enough to enjoy it. The ice skaters, hockey players, and ice fisherman should have plenty of time out on the ice this month. The Fishing Club will be out hosting the Ice Fishing Derby and will likely be found most weekends on the north end of the lake. The skaters and hockey players have been out and I hope there are more opportunities to enjoy the ice.

If you prefer indoor activities this time of year, there are plenty on the calendar. Family Game Night will take place at the Clubhouse on Friday, February 8th. The third annual CLCC Beer Pong Tournament will be happening on the 22nd. And in March, the CLLA’s Mardi Gras Masquerade Party will once again be taking place at the Clubhouse. Last year’s party was a great time and we encourage everyone to attend!

The CL Darts Team is off to a good start. The season started with a victory over last year’s champions, Lake Parsippany, and they are aiming for a championship of their own this year. You can cheer them on down at the bar most Friday nights. And if they happen to be at an away match, well…the bar is still open and the fireplace will be burning.

If you have been down to the clubhouse recently, you may have noticed that the kitchen renovation project has been completed. It looks absolutely wonderful and will make cooking and preparing food for future events so much easier. A big thank you to Devin DeMarco for leading this project, and to our House and Grounds chairman Chris Jackson along with Wayne Leonard, Chuck Feminella, Bob Vidal, Mike Fallon, and myself for countless hours building the kitchen. Thank you also to CLLA President Jenn Hologounis and CLCC VP Michele Watson for putting the final touches and getting everything organized and ready for use. I am so excited to see the new kitchen be put to good use and enjoyed at events for years to come. The final cherry on top of this project is the new commercial refrigerator which was a donation from a member. We are all very grateful. Great job to all involved!

Well, until next month, stay warm and stay safe out on the ice. I look forward to seeing you out there.

Yours Truly,

Daniel Jackson
CLCC President

CLCC President’s Message

Dear Cedar Lake Residents,

Welcome to 2019! I hope you are all enjoying the New Year and sticking to all of your resolutions. The holiday season has come and gone all too quickly again. The holiday events hosted by the CLCC and CLLA were well attended and cherished by all who joined in. A very special thank you to all the volunteers who pitched in and gave up their time to continue our holiday traditions. A special thanks to Bob Vidal and Ron Vogt for spending Christmas Eve spreading joy to the little ones.

Sadly, we had to say goodbye to a Cedar Laker in January. Ron Leonard passed away on January 8th. Ron was a lifelong Cedar Laker and was a two-time President of the Community Club, a CLPO Trustee, and volunteered on countless lake and town projects. Ron will be truly missed by many. I was lucky enough to get to know Ron over the last few years and will miss chatting with him and soaking in the lifetime of knowledge he enjoyed sharing. On behalf of the CLCC I would like to extend our deepest sympathies to Joanne and the Leonard family.

The bitter cold is certainly here. While it can be numbing at times, it also opens the lake to those brave enough to enjoy it. The ice skaters, hockey players, and ice fisherman should have plenty of time out on the ice this month. The Fishing Club will be out hosting the Ice Fishing Derby and will likely be found most weekends on the north end of the lake. The skaters and hockey players have been out and I hope there are more opportunities to enjoy the ice.

If you prefer indoor activities this time of year, there are plenty on the calendar. Family Game Night will take place at the Clubhouse on Friday, February 8th. The third annual CLCC Beer Pong Tournament will be happening on the 22nd. And in March, the CLLA’s Mardi Gras Masquerade Party will once again be taking place at the Clubhouse. Last year’s party was a great time and we encourage everyone to attend!

The CL Darts Team is off to a good start. The season started with a victory over last year’s champions, Lake Parsippany, and they are aiming for a championship of their own this year. You can cheer them on down at the bar most Friday nights. And if they happen to be at an away match, well…the bar is still open and the fireplace will be burning.

If you have been down to the clubhouse recently, you may have noticed that the kitchen renovation project has been completed. It looks absolutely wonderful and will make cooking and preparing food for future events so much easier. A big thank you to Devin DeMarco for leading this project, and to our House and Grounds chairman Chris Jackson along with CLCC and CLPO members Wayne Leonard, Chuck Feminella, Bob Vidal, Mike Fallon, and myself for countless hours building the kitchen. Thank you also to CLLA President Jenn Hologounis and CLCC VP Michele Watson for putting the final touches and getting everything organized and ready for use. I am so excited to see the new kitchen be put to good use and enjoyed at events for years to come. The final cherry on top of this project is the new commercial refrigerator which was a donation from a member. We are all very grateful. Great job to all involved!

Well, until next month, stay warm and stay safe out on the ice. I look forward to seeing you out there.

Yours Truly,

Daniel Jackson
CLCC President

Upcoming Events

February

CLLA Family Game Night

  • Friday, February 8th

CLFC Ice Fishing Derby

  • Saturday, February 16th

Beer Pong Tournament

  • Friday, February 22nd

March

CLLA Mardi Gras Party

  • Saturday, March 2nd

CLLA Kids’ Paint N Pallet

  • Friday, March 8th

Upcoming Events

February

CLLA Family Game Night

  • Friday, February 8th

CLFC Ice Fishing Derby

  • Saturday, February 16th

Beer Pong Tournament

  • Friday, February 22nd

March

CLLA Mardi Gras Party

  • Saturday, March 2nd

CLLA Kids’ Paint N Pallet

  • Friday, March 8th

CLCC Membership

Dear Cedar Lakers,

April 1st marks the beginning of the 2019 Cedar Lake Community Club membership year. In 2018, a record 181 families joined the Community Club, enjoying the fun activities and making memories and friendships that will last a lifetime. In 2018, the CLCC along with the Ladies Auxiliary (CLLA) sponsored many activities for families, children, and adults including:

  • Hub Lakes sports including swimming, volleyball, horseshoes, softball, and darts
  • Cedar Lake Day
  • Campout at the Clubhouse
  • CedarFest
  • Photo Contest and Gallery Show
  • Newcomers’ Party
  • St. Patrick’s Day Party
  • Mardis Gras Masquerade Party
  • Easter Egg Hunt and Easter Bunny Visit
  • Halloween Trunk or Treat
  • Christmas Cookie Exchange, Caroling, and Santa Visits

The CLCC and CLLA work together to maintain the Clubhouse and grounds, keeping it a safe and clean place for our members to enjoy and providing a low cost, convenient rental facility. Improvements made over the last few years include:

  • Complete renovation of the kitchen
  • Air conditioning
  • Broadband Wi-Fi network
  • Energy-efficient thermostats

Additional upgrades are planned, including a new driveway and parking lot with lights, new flooring upstairs and down, lights for the horseshoe pits, and safer barriers between the driveways and play areas.

For 2019, the CLCC Board of Directors has voted to increase the dues from $125 to $140 per family. The rate for seniors will increase from $65 to $75 for Seniors. We hope that the community will understand the necessity of this increase. The cost of maintaining the Clubhouse and grounds continues to rise and we continuously seek to improve the facilities. Most, if not all, of this work is done with the hands-on help of the Board members and community volunteers, helping us to minimize expenses while keeping the building safe and in good working order.

We are also pleased to announce that for the first time, an online payment option will be available for CLCC membership dues in 2019! Keep an eye out in the March issue of The Blurb for more information.

Any and all suggestions or comments are welcome as are all volunteers! Please feel free to reach out to any CLCC or CLLA Board member. We look forward to your renewed membership and participation in our activities and events! Go Cedar!

Sincerely,

The CLCC Board of Directors

Not a Member of the Community Club?

CLCC Membership

Dear Cedar Lakers,

April 1st marks the beginning of the 2019 Cedar Lake Community Club membership year. In 2018, a record 181 families joined the Community Club, enjoying the fun activities and making memories and friendships that will last a lifetime. In 2018, the CLCC along with the Ladies Auxiliary (CLLA) sponsored many activities for families, children, and adults including:

  • Hub Lakes sports including swimming, volleyball, horseshoes, softball, and darts
  • Cedar Lake Day
  • Campout at the Clubhouse
  • CedarFest
  • Photo Contest and Gallery Show
  • Newcomers’ Party
  • St. Patrick’s Day Party
  • Mardis Gras Masquerade Party
  • Easter Egg Hunt and Easter Bunny Visit
  • Halloween Trunk or Treat
  • Christmas Cookie Exchange, Caroling, and Santa Visits

The CLCC and CLLA work together to maintain the Clubhouse and grounds, keeping it a safe and clean place for our members to enjoy and providing a low cost, convenient rental facility. Improvements made over the last few years include:

  • Complete renovation of the kitchen
  • Air conditioning
  • Broadband Wi-Fi network
  • Energy-efficient thermostats

Additional upgrades are planned, including a new driveway and parking lot with lights, new flooring upstairs and down, lights for the horseshoe pits, and safer barriers between the driveways and play areas.

For 2019, the CLCC Board of Directors has voted to increase the dues from $125 to $140 per family. The rate for seniors will increase from $65 to $75 for Seniors. We hope that the community will understand the necessity of this increase. The cost of maintaining the Clubhouse and grounds continues to rise and we continuously seek to improve the facilities. Most, if not all, of this work is done with the hands-on help of the Board members and community volunteers, helping us to minimize expenses while keeping the building safe and in good working order.

We are also pleased to announce that for the first time, an online payment option will be available for CLCC membership dues in 2019! Keep an eye out in the March issue of The Blurb for more information.

Any and all suggestions or comments are welcome as are all volunteers! Please feel free to reach out to any CLCC or CLLA Board member. We look forward to your renewed membership and participation in our activities and events! Go Cedar!

Sincerely,

The CLCC Board of Directors

Join The Community Club!

Kitchen Remodel at the Clubhouse

The CLCC is thrilled and proud to inform you that the renovation of the clubhouse kitchen is complete. The work began in October with the removal of years’ worth of stuff that had accumulated in the cabinets, putting the stove, refrigerators, and dishwasher in storage, and ripping out the counters, cabinets, and sink.

Over the next 6 weeks, the kitchen was completely renovated. We painted the walls and ceiling, installed new energy efficient LED lighting, added outlets, and replaced the electric panel door. We installed epoxy one piece flooring and FRP clean room wall panels, meeting today’s standards in commercial kitchens. The old counters and cabinets were replaced with stainless steel counters and shelves. A new commercial grade stainless steel refrigerator, freezer, and sink were also installed. The kitchen is once again fully functional with pots, pans, utensils, and other items back in place.

As usual, all of this was accomplished through volunteers who, as the Kitchen Committee, worked hard to create a beautiful and functional space at the lowest possible cost. The Committee worked together to design and plan the renovation. The project was managed by Devin DeMarco with knowhow and muscle provided by Mike Fallon, Chuck Femminella, Chris Jackson, Dan Jackson, Wayne Leonard, and Bob Vidal. The clean out and restocking were done by Michele Watson and Jennifer Hologounis with help from Janis Nixon and Linda Dick. A special thank you to the anonymous donor of our beautiful new refrigerator!

Next time you’re at the clubhouse, pop your head in and take a look!

– Michele Watson, CLCC Vice President

CLPO Update

The CLPO is not responsible for individuals who venture out on the ice. The CLPO does not monitor ice conditions at any time in any manner. Please be wary of thin ice caused by springs. Skating is at your own risk. You are responsible for yourself and your guests.

Please note that ice fishing is at your own risk. If you ice fish please respect the following rules:

  • Ice fishing is permitted from dawn to dusk on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and national holidays only.
  • Ice fishing area is primarily the northern end of the lake. Northern boundary line: 187 CLW to 146 CLE; Southern boundary 104 CLW to 137 CLE.
  • NO ice fishing within 50 YARDS of the shoreline.
  • NO ice fishing within the East Beach cove area.
  • Stockholders & guests only: A CLPO member must be present with any guests, and membership tags should be available at all times by property owners and guests.
  • Ice Fishing is at your own risk. Follow NJ State Fishing regulations. (CLPO preference is to catch and release).
  • NO power augers. NO fires. NO huts. NO alcoholic beverages. Leave your area litter-free. Please remove your equipment daily as warm weather may make it difficult to retrieve.

SHARE OF EXPENSE

If you are looking for your invoice for the 2019 Share of Expense of $475, please check your email. Invoices are sent electronically on January 4th to all stockholders with email addresses. For those stockholders without emails or requested paper invoices, they have been mailed. In addition, you have the ability to electronically transfer funds (free ACH transfer) from your bank account to the CLPO account to pay your Share of Expense. Simply check the box on your emailed invoice and follow the prompts. If you did not receive an invoice, please contact the Secretary at clpo2@optonline.net or by calling the office at 973-957-0204.

HELP WANTED

The CLPO is accepting applications for Swim Instructor and Swim Coach and Lifeguards for the 2019 summer season. Lifeguards must be a minimum of 16 years old and hold a valid Red Cross Lifeguard/Waterfront Certification and current CPR. No experience necessary. If you lifeguarded in the past for Cedar Lake, you must re-apply each year. Please contact Amy Standish at amystan11@gmail.com or at clpo2@optonline.net if you are interested in a swim instructor/swim coach position or in lifeguarding for the 2019 season.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

As we mentioned at the Annual Meeting, we are planning a review of our By Laws to see which ones may need to be updated. We will plan to meet one evening a week or every other week, depending on availability. Please contact the CLPO Secretary at clpo2@optonline.net or Barbara Kontje at bkontje103@aol.com if you are interested in volunteering for this task.

CLPO Board of Directors

CLPO Update

The CLPO is not responsible for individuals who venture out on the ice. The CLPO does not monitor ice conditions at any time in any manner. Please be wary of thin ice caused by springs. Skating is at your own risk. You are responsible for yourself and your guests.

Please note that ice fishing is at your own risk. If you ice fish please respect the following rules:

  • Ice fishing is permitted from dawn to dusk on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and national holidays only.
  • Ice fishing area is primarily the northern end of the lake. Northern boundary line: 187 CLW to 146 CLE; Southern boundary 104 CLW to 137 CLE.
  • NO ice fishing within 50 YARDS of the shoreline.
  • NO ice fishing within the East Beach cove area.
  • Stockholders & guests only: A CLPO member must be present with any guests, and membership tags should be available at all times by property owners and guests.
  • Ice Fishing is at your own risk. Follow NJ State Fishing regulations. (CLPO preference is to catch and release).
  • NO power augers. NO fires. NO huts. NO alcoholic beverages. Leave your area litter-free. Please remove your equipment daily as warm weather may make it difficult to retrieve.

SHARE OF EXPENSE

If you are looking for your invoice for the 2019 Share of Expense of $475, please check your email. Invoices are sent electronically on January 4th to all stockholders with email addresses. For those stockholders without emails or requested paper invoices, they have been mailed. In addition, you have the ability to electronically transfer funds (free ACH transfer) from your bank account to the CLPO account to pay your Share of Expense. Simply check the box on your emailed invoice and follow the prompts. If you did not receive an invoice, please contact the Secretary at clpo2@optonline.net or by calling the office at 973-957-0204.

HELP WANTED

The CLPO is accepting applications for Swim Instructor and Swim Coach and Lifeguards for the 2019 summer season. Lifeguards must be a minimum of 16 years old and hold a valid Red Cross Lifeguard/Waterfront Certification and current CPR. No experience necessary. If you lifeguarded in the past for Cedar Lake, you must re-apply each year. Please contact Amy Standish at amystan11@gmail.com or at clpo2@optonline.net if you are interested in a swim instructor/swim coach position or in lifeguarding for the 2019 season.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

As we mentioned at the Annual Meeting, we are planning a review of our By Laws to see which ones may need to be updated. We will plan to meet one evening a week or every other week, depending on availability. Please contact the CLPO Secretary at clpo2@optonline.net or Barbara Kontje at bkontje103@aol.com if you are interested in volunteering for this task.

CLPO Board of Directors

Cedar Lake Ladies Auxiliary

The Dawn Center Update

The CLLA would like to extend their thanks to all who donated to the Dawn Center this holiday season. We raised $235 for the Center this year and already presented them with $135 Amazon gift card and will donate an additional $100 Walmart gift card. They were so incredibly happy and with so much gratitude. When we presented the gift to them at their Holiday Express party held on Saturday, December 1st. The kids were cheering and clapping with so much appreciation. They know they have many friends here in Cedar Lake and your generosity will surely make a difference to them.

Event Recap

Holiday Paint N Pallet

The CLLA hosted a Holiday Paint N Pallet on Friday, November 30th. There were 25 ladies in attendance painting many different designs of holiday pallets. Lots of glitter was used to embellish everyone’s art work! Dan Jackson manned the bar and offered as a bar selection a festive drink of Prosecco and cranberry juice with a spring of thyme and fresh cranberries. We saw many of those on the tables as everyone painted and they were really good! Thank you to all in attendance, it brought in December with good neighbors and friends! 

Cedar Lake Sports

Cedar Lake belongs to a local sports association called Hub Lakes. Hub Lakes is made up of 11 local lake communities, all of which compete in 15 sports. The lake communities include: Cedar Lake, Lake Arrowhead, Estling Lake, Indian Lake, Intervale, Lake Parsippany, Mountain Lakes, Rainbow Lakes, Rock Ridge Lake, Lake Valhalla and White Meadow Lake. The friendly rivalry between these lakes has lasted for years and can provide for a lot of excitement and fun.

The 15 sports and coaches for Cedar Lake are listed below. Some teams are for adults, some for children, some for men, some for women, and some co-ed. If you are a Community Club member you are eligible to play on these teams. You don’t have to be an athlete; these sports are for people who just want to socialize, have fun, and get some exercise. To get involved, please either contact the coach of the sport you’re interested in or CLCC Hub Lakes Chairman Mike Fallon at hublakes@cedarlakecc.com.

Sport

Bowling

Darts

Diving

Men’s Golf

Women’s Golf

Men’s Horseshoes

Women’s Horseshoes

Men’s Softball

Women’s Softball

Swimming

Tennis

Track

Co-Ed Volleyball

Men’s Volleyball

Women’s Volleyball

Coach

Gary Petrillo

Dave Luer

Meghan Steudler

George Strother

Beth McNichol

Gary Petrillo

Karin Jackson

John Marconi

Hope Zimmerman

John Smith

Gerry Boyer

Kim Luer

Carrine Mackey

Sean Mackey

Carrine Mackey

Schedules & Results

For up-to-date schedules and results, please visit the Hub Lakes website at http://hub-lakes.com.

Hub Lakes Booster

Please consider becoming a Hub Lakes Booster and show your Cedar Lake spirit and cheer your team to victory! For only $15, your message will be displayed prominently on the Hub Lakes Boosters page. For more information, contact Mike Fallon at (973) 627-2510.

Cedar Lake Sports

Cedar Lake belongs to a local sports association called Hub Lakes. Hub Lakes is made up of 11 local lake communities, all of which compete in 15 sports. The lake communities include: Cedar Lake, Lake Arrowhead, Estling Lake, Indian Lake, Intervale, Lake Parsippany, Mountain Lakes, Rainbow Lakes, Rock Ridge Lake, Lake Valhalla and White Meadow Lake. The friendly rivalry between these lakes has lasted for years and can provide for a lot of excitement and fun.

The 15 sports and coaches for Cedar Lake are listed below. Some teams are for adults, some for children, some for men, some for women, and some co-ed. If you are a Community Club member you are eligible to play on these teams. You don’t have to be an athlete; these sports are for people who just want to socialize, have fun, and get some exercise. To get involved, please either contact the coach of the sport you’re interested in or CLCC Hub Lakes Chairman Mike Fallon at hublakes@cedarlakecc.com.

Bowling
Gary Petrillo
gtpetrillo@msn.com

Darts
Dave Luer
dluer@optimum.net

Diving
Meghan Steudler
meggo101@hotmail.com

Men’s Golf
George Strother
gstrother@eaglesite.com

Women’s Golf
Beth McNichol
emcnicho9292@gmail.com

Men’s Horseshoes
Gary Petrillo
gtpetrillo@msn.com

Women’s Horseshoes
Karin Jackson
kdl134@optonline.net

Men’s Softball
John Marconi
jmarconi@clarkdavis.com

Women’s Softball
Hope Zimmerman
zims@zimarch.com

Swimming
John Smith
vsllp.jas@gmail.com

Tennis
Gerry Boyer
gerryandpatience@aol.com

Track
Kim Luer
cedarlaketrack@optimum.net

Co-Ed Volleyball
Carrine Mackey
carrinemackey@gmail.com

Men’s Volleyball
Sean Mackey
sean@mackeys.net

Women’s Volleyball
Carrine Mackey
carrinemackey@gmail.com

Schedules & Results

Up-to-date information and schedules can be found on the Hub Lakes website.

Hub Lakes Booster

Please consider becoming a Hub Lakes Booster and show your Cedar Lake spirit and cheer your team to victory! For only $15, your message will be displayed prominently on the Hub Lakes Boosters page. For more information, contact Mike Fallon at (973) 627-2510.

Members Bulletin Board

The Blurb will include this Members Bulletin Board as a benefit to all CLCC members. Any member may submit items to be posted. This is a great way to keep your neighbors informed. For sale, for rent, garage sales, babysitting services, birthday wishes, and other announcements can be submitted.

All submissions are due by the 25th of the month to be included in the following month’s issue of The Blurb. The size of notices will be dictated by available space and may be subject to editing. This space is reserved for non-commercial notices.

Please send all notices to theblurb@cedarlakecc.com.

Babysitting & Pet Care

We are the dynamic duo high school sister team who does dog walking, pet sitting, and baby sitting. We are experienced in both areas and Red Cross certified. Please call us if you need any of these services. We promise we won’t let you or your pets down! Contact Emma and Mollie at (973) 668-9491 or (973) 975-8901.

Bartenders Wanted

Want to serve your fellow man?
Join the Cedar Lake Bartending Team!

Contact Matt Miner at bar@cedarlakecc.com for more information.

Tutoring Available

Do you need an English tutor for your middle or high school student? I have taught English at Morris Knolls High School for 14 years.

Text Rebecca Brennan at (908) 285-1492 or email rbrennan712@gmail.com.

Shop and Support the CLCC

Are you an online shopper? Did you know that your online purchases can help the Cedar Lake Community Club?

Be a part of the first and largest online network of shoppers, stores, and worthy causes dedicated to turning everyday online shopping into much-needed donations. It’s never been easier to support a great cause – just by shopping and searching online.

iGive.com is totally free, and you’ll never pay more by shopping through their mall. In fact, smart shoppers will love iGive’s free shipping deals and exclusive coupons. Shop at 1,800+ top-notch online stores, & maybe save on your taxes. Participating stores include QVC, Walmart.com, Expedia.com, Staples.com, Ticketmaster, Apple, Kohl’s, and many more. Best of all, up to 26% from each purchase is donated to us.

Join today for an instant $5 donation to the CLCC. Raise a penny per search at www.igive.com! Why not raise money every time you search the web? Try iGive’s search engine and enjoy free, easy fundraising for a good cause.

Members Bulletin Board

The Blurb will include this Members Bulletin Board as a benefit to all CLCC members. Any member may submit items to be posted. This is a great way to keep your neighbors informed. For sale, for rent, garage sales, babysitting services, birthday wishes, and other announcements can be submitted.

All submissions are due by the 25th of the month to be included in the following month’s issue of The Blurb. The size of notices will be dictated by available space and may be subject to editing. This space is reserved for non-commercial notices.

Please send all notices to theblurb@cedarlakecc.com.

Babysitting & Pet Care

We are the dynamic duo high school sister team who does dog walking, pet sitting, and baby sitting. We are experienced in both areas and Red Cross certified. Please call us if you need any of these services. We promise we won’t let you or your pets down! Please contact Emma and Mollie at (973) 668-9491 or (973) 975-8901.

Bartenders Wanted

Want to serve your fellow man? Join the Cedar Lake Bartending Team!

Contact Matt Miner at bar@cedarlakecc.com for more information.

Shop and Support the CLCC

Are you an online shopper? Did you know that your online purchases can help the Cedar Lake Community Club?

Be a part of the first and largest online network of shoppers, stores, and worthy causes dedicated to turning everyday online shopping into much-needed donations. It’s never been easier to support a great cause – just by shopping and searching online.

iGive.com is totally free, and you’ll never pay more by shopping through their mall. In fact, smart shoppers will love iGive’s free shipping deals and exclusive coupons. Shop at 1,800+ top-notch online stores, & maybe save on your taxes. Participating stores include QVC, Walmart.com, Expedia.com, Staples.com, Ticketmaster, Apple, Kohl’s, and many more. Best of all, up to 26% from each purchase is donated to us.

Join today for an instant $5 donation to the CLCC. Raise a penny per search at www.igive.com! Why not raise money every time you search the web? Try iGive’s search engine and enjoy free, easy fundraising for a good cause.

Tutoring Available

Do you need an English tutor for your middle or high school student? I have taught English at Morris Knolls High School for 14 years.

Text Rebecca Brennan at (908) 285-1492 or email rbrennan712@gmail.com.

January/February Birthdays & Anniversaries!

Happy Birthday!

January

Jeff Doyle – 1/1

Ruth Wadya – 1/1

Bill Peer, Sr. – 1/2

Vince Dillman – 1/3

Catie Duphiney – 1/3

Ben Duphiney – 1/3

Beth McNichol – 1/4

John McNichol – 1/5

Max Duphiney – 1/14

Emma Duphiney – 1/14

Dawn Leonard – 1/23

Davis Peer – 1/25

Karin Jackson – 1/26

Nancy Kohl – 1/29

Lindsey Bradford – 1/31

Katherine Clark – 1/31

Hilary Thomas – 1/31

February

Kristina Weber – 2/2

Frank Russo – 2/3

Justin Bradford – 2/3

Kristi Augenstein – 2/7

Michael Strother – 2/11

Jennifer Hologounis-Cappetta – 2/13

Maya Wadya – 2/16

Tom Hammer – 2/18

Emily Einstein – 2/21

Geoff Clarke – 2/23

Linda Neumeister – 2/23

Gregg Behrens – 2/28

Susan Ulversoy – 2/29

Need to add a birthday or anniversary to the list? Please contact theblurb@cedarlakecc.com.

Happy Anniversary!

Lynn & Jeff Eggert – 2/7

Leslie & Joe Veres – 2/19

January/February Birthdays & Anniversaries!

Need to add a birthday or anniversary to the list? Please contact theblurb@cedarlakecc.com.

Happy Birthday!

January

Jeff Doyle – 1/1

Ruth Wadya – 1/1

Bill Peer, Sr. – 1/2

Vince Dillman – 1/3

Catie Duphiney – 1/3

Ben Duphiney – 1/3

Beth McNichol – 1/4

John McNichol – 1/5

Max Duphiney – 1/14

Emma Duphiney – 1/14

Dawn Leonard – 1/23

Davis Peer – 1/25

Karin Jackson – 1/26

Nancy Kohl – 1/29

Lindsey Bradford – 1/31

Katherine Clark – 1/31

Hilary Thomas – 1/31

February

Kristina Weber – 2/2

Frank Russo – 2/3

Justin Bradford – 2/3

Kristi Augenstein – 2/7

Michael Strother – 2/11

Jennifer Hologounis-Cappetta – 2/13

Maya Wadya – 2/16

Tom Hammer – 2/18

Emily Einstein – 2/21

Geoff Clarke – 2/23

Linda Neumeister – 2/23

Gregg Behrens – 2/28

Susan Ulversoy – 2/29

Happy Anniversary!

Lynn & Jeff Eggert – 2/7

Leslie & Joe Veres – 2/19

Cedar Lake Community Club

The Cedar Lake Community Club serves as a social organization for the private lake community of Cedar Lake in Denville, NJ.

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