CRESTWOOD VILLAGE 1NEWSLETTER
Summer is slipping away quickly. Before it disappears, spend some
time enjoying what's left. Go to Harry Wright Lake, take in a concert,
take a walk/hike around the wooded area of the lake.
Enjoy it before it gets away!!
Phone numbers for help or service
Emergency-Police, Fire, First Aid - 911 Ticket Sales (Library) 9:00 -11:00 AM
Non emergency Police & First Aid Exercise Class 9:00AM
732-657-6111 Bridge - "A" Room 1:00PM
Maintenance Dept-(732) 350-2202 Women's Club - 3rd Monday 1:00PM
Trustees Office (732) 350-1818 Ladies Cards - "A" Room 6:00 - 8:00PM
Residents Club t" Monday 7:00PM
Maintenance emergency -
(No meeting in August)
24 hour service (732) 350-2202
Emergency services are those problems
which cannot and should not be delayed Travel Club ticket sales (Library) 8:30 - 10:30AM
They are as follows: 8:30 -11 :OOAM
• Broken water pipe Bingo (doors open 10:30) 12:00 noon
• Loss of heat **Bocce 6:00PM
• No electric power
• Clogged toilets & drains Wednesday
• Unable to enter the unit due to **Ladies Golf 8:30-AM
lost or misplaced key or for any Mah-jonng 12:00 noon
valid reason that entrance should Bridge "A" Room 1:00PM
be made for investigation **Bocce 6:00PM
Where appropriate, a $60.00 charge will be
made for emergency services rendered, Thursday
including unlocking doors for entry. Golf Club - Cards - Texas Hold Em' 1:OOPM
Information "HOTLINE" Open/Reps Meeting lh Thursday 10:00AM
1-848-227-3082 Chair Yoga 1:00PM
Yes, it's a local number! **Shuffleboard - Indoor/Outdoor 6:00PM
Need to know what's going on in the village,
garbage days on a holiday week, recycle Friday
dates, bus cancellations during snow etc. Call Exercise 9:00AM
the hotline for "INFO". **Men's Golf 9:00AM
Board of Trustees Mah-jonng 12:00noon
Arnold (Arnie) Wentworth-President
Stanley Iacono - Vice President Billiards
Thomas Fraser - Recording Secretary & Library
Real Estate Re-Sales Ping Pong/Table Tennis
**Seasonal Clubs that are NOT year round
Mary Ann Eilert-Corresponding
Secretary TRUSTEES OFFICE HOURS: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
MAINTENANCE DEPT OFFICE HOURS: 8:00 AM-
Carl Hart - Treasurer 4:00PM
Kathy 0'Gorman-Real Estate Re-Sales The Clubhouse is open to all from 8:00am - 4:00pm
After 4:00pmyou may enter with your pass card
Michael Rappert (available at Trustees office)
Liaison to Golf Club and Community No entry before 8:00am or after 10:00pm
Organizations Alarm will trigger Police response!
Mark Your Calendar
Garbage Collection: Each Monday and Thursday -Do not place garbage
outside of container until the morning of collection.
Recyclables: Friday August 1(/h and 24th
Do not put out recyclables before 5:00pm the night
before pick-up. Please put recyclables in containers,
not plastic bags as it cannot be readily identified as
garbage or recyclables
Village Light Bulk Wednesday, August 2~h - Including all electronics
Pick-up Last Wednesday !!levery month
Battery Disposal Container by paper recycling container
FOR RECHARGEABLE AND BUTTON CELL
BATTERIES ONLY!! Regular batteries go in with
regular household garbage!
Paper Recycling Get rid of your papers 24 hours a day at the paper
container in the parking lot across from the clubhouse.
REMEMBER!!! PAPER, MAGAZINES, JUNK MAIL
& PHONE BOOKS ONLY -NOTHINGELSE!! We
now have closed circuit camera at dumpster to stop any
dumping of other than allowed items!
Reps / Open Meeting No meetings in July and August. Next meeting is
September 21h at 1 0:00am.
No holidays this month - Enjoy the balance of the hot weather.
Robert & Sarah Amento 115B Fairway Lane VII£AfiE'L tiQJlB €EJJB:
Frances Becker 6D Valley Stream Dr. The Village 1 Golf Club enjoyed another
William & Marion Borges 612AWillow Lane successful Golf Tournament on Friday evening July
Herman Fischer 5D Valley Stream Dr. 1fh. Three teams competed in the four person
Carole Kuiken 137D Azalea Drive scramble. There was a first place tie between two
Gloria Luca 135D Azalea Drive teams. Closest to the pin was Rick Cavalier.
Geraldine McCormick & Winners were given awards.
Philip Cupo Jr 210B Laurel Place Immediately after the tournament, players
Joseph Montalbano 190B Laurel Place and social club members enjoyed an outstanding
Bohdan Mykitshak 151B Azalea Drive "19th hole" gathering in the clubhouse. Delicious
Patricia Roche 69B Hope Road food, drinks and dessert were enjoyed by all who
Eugene Tietjen 5A Valley Stream Dr. attended the 19'h hole activities. Many thanks were
Margaret Zawryt 156B Rosewood Drive extended to those members who contributed food
As new residents we welcome you to and their time.
Crestwood Village 1 and wish you comfort and President Linda Nora conducted an
happiness in your new home. As a new resident, we abbreviated business meeting at the special event.
hope you will take note of the Residents Club This meeting replaced the regular Golf Club
notices and plan to be present at the next meeting meeting scheduled for Thursday, July 19th. The next
on September to" at 7:00pm in the clubhouse. You Golf Tournament will be held on August 1ih at
will have an opportunity to meet your neighbors 5:30pm. Cake and coffee to follow the tournament.
and we get a chance to shake your hand and give NF. Lapetina, Secretary
you a warm welcome.
Buses are running for those who do not
drive or would rather not do so at night, starting Annual Garage/Y,ard Sale
pick-ups at 6:00pm. Refreshments served! Will be held on Saturday, September 15th and
Sunday, September 16th. There is a $5.00
Tll1trEE CEUB registration fee to help pay for advertising, signs,
balloons etc. Hours of sale: 9:00am to 2:00pm.
Sept 5,2012 - Wednesday $49.00 PIP
TRUMP TAJ MAHAL Attached to this newsletter is a registration form
Sit down lunch at Trattoria Il Mulino Restaurant at which must be submitted to the Trustees office by
12:00pm ... Casino Bonus TBA.. Departs 9:15am - Friday, September ih along with you registration
Returns 5:45pm All inclusive fee. Please submit your form early so we know how
many supplies to order!
Nov 1,2012 - Thursday $114.00 PIP
Sight and Sound "Jonah"
(Great Seats) Practical Packing
Package includes: Show ticket, Family Style lunch, When packing for a trip, throw a couple of large
& Deluxe Round Trip Motorcoach Transportation, plastic garbage bags in your suitcase. You'll find
& all tips. $20.00 deposit & partial payments many uses for them including a waterproof layer in
accepted Final payment due by 9/21for Jonah trip. your suitcase, as a laundry bag for dirty clothes or
Look for Bermuda Cruise in 2013 (7day 6 nights) as an impromptu rain coat.
and possible trip to Las Vegas. Call Gerry if you're If there's room take a few different sized bags.
interested! Chances are, you will use them in ways you may not
anticipate. They come in handy for carrying leftover
Ticket sales on Tuesday in the Library 8:30 -10:30 food from a restaurant, leaky bottles or for wet
For details call Gerry 732-350-3128 or shoes.
Our ANNUAL PICNIC, which is usually held in June, is scheduled for Saturday, September
22 , 1 :00 - 4:00 pm. Last year, we nearly had heat strokes because of the unusually hot
weather. We have decided that it would be more reasonable to have the picnic later in the
summer. We had originally scheduled the date of August zs" but had to re-schedule due to the
construction/renovations that will be going on during the month of August. We are looking for
set-up and clean-up help and desserts. Tickets are $5.00 and available in the Library on
Monday mornings or by calling Carol Esposito (849-9751). Please contact Darlene Cavalier
(350-1135) if you are willing to help.
A TRIP TO MONMOUTH PARK Saturday, August 18th is the date. We will meet at
the clubhouse at 10:00 am. We will be taking a CV Transport bus on this outing, so seats will
be limited to 40. The cost will be $10 which will cover admission and the bus costs. Upon
arrival, each person will be on their own for food, gambling, etc. Racing starts around 12:45
and the last race is scheduled for 4:30. So we will be on our way home by approximately 5:00
pm. We can schedule a stop at a fast food restaurant on the way home if anyone is hungry or
needs to use the restrooms. Tickets are available in the library on Monday mornings, or by
calling Dot Wentworth (350-3673) or Carol Esposito. If you need a ride to the clubhouse, call
Dot by Friday afternoon before the trip.
NEW MEETING FORMAT The Trustees have approved the ideafor a change informat
for the Residents Club for the coming year. We will attempt to have one social activity each
month beginning with "Proud To Be An American" on Monday, September to". We have
enjoyed this program each fall and it is a great way to start off the season and recognize our
Veterans and commemorate 9/11.
We are looking for individuals or teams that will be responsible for one month's activity.
Perhaps you would like to be responsible for securing entertainment for one evening, or running
a pancake breakfast, Bingo or other game night or other social event. By pursuing this idea, it is
my hope that the burden of responsibility can be shared and thus the Residents Club continue to
provide social gatherings. We have two ladies who are considering planning a spaghetti
dinner in the fall. Let me hear from you if you have any ideas. If we do not have an event
planned for anyone month, we will not meet that month. Already, I believe it is a good idea
to skip January and perhaps February as well because of winter weather. So let us work
together this year and perhaps have some new ideas and activities. I am not going to haggle
anyone to step up and help. If the Residents Club is to continue - it is up to you. Please call
me - 350-3673.
Dorothy (Dot) Wentworth, President
BOCCE PLAYERS NEEDED
We are looking for those interested in playing on Wednesday
nights in September & October at 6:00 pm. Sign up on the
bulletin board or by calling Jack Ford - 350-3128.
Homesfor Sale in Village 1
There are currently 39 homes listed for sale
on the Multiple Listing Service Realty
website in this village. They range in price MEETING DATE CHANGED TO
from $16,000 to $88,000. That number last THE FOURTH MONDAY, THE
month was 41. 24TH !I!
With the Certificate Holder's meeting
Village 1Newsletter scheduled for Monday, September 11h we
REMEMBER-this newsletter is available on have changed the Women's Club meeting
the internet. You will be able to access the to Monday, September 24th at 1PM.
full copy of the newsletter on line at: With the arrival of fall and the
www.crestwoodvillageone.com hopefully wonderful cooler days it's time to
II think of and participate in all the special
events that will be taking place at
Sidewalks for all Quads Friendship Hall. One of those events is the
Since this and other Crestwood first meeting of Women's Club on Monday
Villages were originally built with many September 2l at 1PM We have planned an
Quads having sidewalks on only one side of entertaining afternoon filled with friendship,
the building, many residents must walk fun, food, all for your enjoyment, so WE DO
completely around the opposite side of the HOPE you'lljoin us as we strive to keep our
building from which they live. As we have Club alive and thriving. Our "Friendship
previously mentioned, Village One is in the Meeting" will begin with crackers and
process of installing new sidewalks where cheese, fruit and punch and then continue
none now exist and repairing those that are with the special program. Our plans include
in need The work has already begun and a presentation by the Sheriff's office on the
will be completed in the Fall prior to bad Silver Alert Program and then a
weather. demonstration by Tracey of Whiting Flower
In doing this we will have to change Shoppe. If all our plans come to fruition it'll
some parking space markings so your be a meeting YOU WON'T WANT TO MISS!
vehicle will be able to park close to the If you're not planning to participate
entrance of your walkway. A diagram is in the Village-wide yard sale, please save all
attached to this newsletter showing parking your "goodies" to donate to our annual fun-
pattern for all Quads. filled Good Riddance Auction scheduled for
our October meeting.
See you at the Clubhouse!
Annual Shareholders Meeting
Barbara Burrerll, President
The annual Shareholders meeting will be
held on September 17'h at 10:00am in the
Auditorium of the Clubhouse. All residents Blue to You Van!!!
are encouraged to attend this yearly meeting The Blue Cross Blue to You Van will not be
and all who are certificate holders are here in September on the first Monday of the
welcome to address the audience and Board month due to the Labor Day Holiday. Their
of Trustees. After stating your name and regular schedule will resume in October.
address, you may address your concerns.
We lookforward to seeing you.
August 2012 Friendship Hall
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
1 2 3 4
CHAIR YOGA 1 pm EXERCISECLASS
5 6 7 8 9 10 11
BLUE-TO-YOU VAN TRA VEL CLUB TICKET EXERCISECLASS
9am SALES 8:30 - 10:30 CHAIR YOGA 1 pm 9am
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
TRA VEL CLUB TICKET EXERCISECLASS Residents
SALES 8:30 - 10:30 CHAIR YOGA 1 pm 9 am Club
Golf Club Meeting and Park Bus Trip
BINGO 12pm Tournament
5:30 pm 10 AM
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
TRAVEL CLUB TICKET
SALES 8:30 - 10:30 CHAIR YOGA 1 pm EXERCISECLASS
26 27 28 29 30 31
TRA VEL CLUB TICKET
SALES 8:30 - 10:30 LIGHT BULK PICK-UP CHAIR YOGA 1 pm EXERCISECLASS
Two Reps Needed!
FOR We are in need of a Rep for the Crestwood Pkwy
district 3 homes # 32, 33, 34, 38, 39, 40 and 42
SALE to replace Barbara Noll who now is covering
two districts. We thank her for doing this but she
could use some help. We also are in need of
This column is for residents of village 1 to advertise another Rep to replace Barbara Goodwin who
merchandise for sale. No charge for ads, but each ad is has had to resign. Barbara served Valley
published for one month only.. If you want an ad run for Stream Drive district 1 homes 7, 9, 10, 11, 12,
additional months, you must re-submit to Trustees office each
month 13, 14 and 15. Currently, Carol Ledger is filling
in for these homes for Barbara until we can get
Cut Crystal & Soapstone - reasonable (Old) someone to take this area permanently. Won't
Call 732-350-4753 you consider helping? Please call the Trustees
1111111111111111 office and let them know you can!
2 Metalframed Rocking Chairs $70.00 pr
Charcoal Grey w/cushions Indoor porch by Maintenance Department
Martha Stewart .... July has been a busy month for the
Call 732-716-1924 maintenance department and August will prove
11111111111111111 to be even busier. The village roofing project is
now 100% complete. This means that every roof
Credenza - Oak Finish $25.00 in this village is less than 10 years old Roof
2 doors for storage-22"H x 29"W Nearly New cleaning will be continuing for those buildings
Call 732-350-9634 that have algae staining. Concrete sidewalk
1111111111111111 installations and repairs are beginning. You will
be contacted by the maintenance department if
TV Cabinet holds - 27" TV $75.00 your unit is scheduled for any masonry work.
2 doors - 2 shelves There have been approximately 70
Call 732-350-0907 buildings that have had their vinyl siding
11111111111111 powerwashed this summer. If your siding is
dirty, give the maintenance department office a
1- Guardian Trek 3 Scooter $600.00 call and we'll schedule a powerwashing for you.
Never used outside We can also powerwash awnings, sun porches
2- Jointer - never out of box $135.00 and patios for a $15.00 charge.
3- 12 % "Planer -used once $135.00 The Clubhouse will be closed downstairs
Call 732-350-6559 starting Monday, August 6th The start date will
11111111111111 be posted in the vestibule window for all to see.
Please do your business with the Trustees office,
43" Round Table wl4 chairs/Z leaves $45.00 either by phone or in the case where letters or
Pine Hutch 2 pieces $65.00 paperwork is needed, through the payment box
Area Rug-grey leaf pattern $30.00 outside the building. Work should be completed
Great condition - 5 '3 " x 7'6" in approximately 4 weeks.
Call 732-350-3823 NO ONE IS PERMITTED IN THE LOWER
11111111111111 FLOOR OF THE CLUBHOUSE DURING
Marcus LeRiche, Maint Mgr
Sorry, no meetings in August due to
Clubhouse renovations downstairs.
Stella Kontos, Secretary