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www.Lake-Parsippany.org
VICE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE
Bill Sempier
INC.
NOVEMBER 2014
Come to the Board Meeting on November 10th for the
LPPOA 2015 Proposed Budget presentation. The vote to adopt
the Budget will take place at the December Board Meeting.
Hard to believe it is November already. The lake is still full of
activity. Maybe not as much this time of year, but if you take a
walk around you will see two major projects in progress.
Project #1–The new swim team dock has been ordered and set
for delivery by the end of the month. The volunteers and vendors
are working hard to beat the winter weather. There are still some
final details to work out but we are on track to get everything
completed by spring.
Project #2–Hoffman beach also has work in progress. You may
have noticed the swing set has been relocated as well as some
tree work. The plan is to turn the grass area where the swing set
was into a picnic area with tables and umbrellas. The tree work
is being done as the sand delivery trucks can no longer back onto
the beach because of low hanging branches on one of the trees.
The 2015 budget (see pages 6–8) will be presented at the
November 10 Board meeting. This will be your opportunity to
ask questions and offer suggestions. The 2015 budget will be
voted on at the December meeting.
A HUGE THANK YOU!
This month we accepted the resignation of both Ellen O’Connor
and Mary Ellen Iradi. The combined service to our community is
nearly 30 years.
Ellen served for more than 15 years as our Membership Database
Administrator. Ellen created the database as well as the applications and other membership related functions. She was responsible for all of the membership data entry and updates. In addition
to Ellen’s role on the Membership Committee she also served as
our web site manager.
Mary Ellen has served the Board in the capacity of Secretary for
12 years. Mary Ellen wants to move on to a director’s position.
I can’t thank these two awesome women enough for all they
have given the lake. We have some truly amazing people in
our community.
THE FANTASTIC FOUR
It started out as an idea to move the swing set at Hoffman Beach
along with other work. The idea was to create a picnic area at
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WE WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU
If you can’t
make it to the Board meetings, please feel free to use any of the contact
information on page 2 to get your question, suggestion or opinion to us.
HO HO HO
LPPOA ANNUAL
PANCAKE BREAKFAST WITH SANTA
Saturday, December 13 • 8:00am & 9:30am seatings
Lake Parsippany Clubhouse
Members & guests only. RESERVATIONS ARE A MUST!
RSVP by November 30,
call Pat at 973-386-0821 or email [email protected]
In the spirit of the season, we ask that you please bring an
unwrapped, new toy to be donated to a needy child.
DON’T FORGET YOUR CAMERA FOR PICTURES WITH SANTA
LPPOA
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
President
POSITION AVAILABLE
BILL SEMPIER
Vice President
862-812-1746
E-mail: [email protected]
MARYELLEN IRADI
Secretary
973-462-8496
E-mail: [email protected]
PHIL BERARDO
Treasurer
973-952-0152
E-mail: [email protected]
DAN NAZZARO
Financial Secretary
973-560-9047
E-mail: [email protected]rsippany.org
District 1 (Drewes Beach Area)
Debbie Orme
973-503-0640
E-mail: [email protected]
District 2 (Johnson Beach Area)
Pat de la Fuente
973-386-0821
E-mail: [email protected]
District 3 (Jorges Beach Area)
Don Phelps
973-585-7327
E-mail: [email protected]
District 4 (Hoffman Beach Area)
Barbara Allu
973-479-2377
E-mail: [email protected]
CLUBHOUSE RENTAL AGENT
Mark Adubato
862-579-8407
E-mail:
[email protected]
MEMBERSHIP
Dan Nazzaro
973-560-9047
E-mail: [email protected]
BEACH RENTAL AGENT (March–Sept.)
Debbie Orme
973-503-0640
E-mail: [email protected]
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MELANIE ADUBATO
Editor
973-703-2145
E-mail: [email protected]
DIANA GIRADELLI
Co-Editor
240-625-2474
E-mail: [email protected]
KIM SHARGAY
Design/Layout
973-884-3457
E-mail: [email protected]
BARBARA ALLU
Advertising
973-479-2377
E-mail: [email protected]
Visit us online www.lake-parsippany.org
CONTRIBUTORS:
Lina Gaza
Barbara Allu
Phil Berardo
Bill Sempier
Christie Heygi-Gardner Ralph Rosamilia
Danilo Gaza
Randy Vyskocil
Don Phelps
Rose Dury
Ellen O’Connor
Winnie Marone
News & Views is published ten times a year by the Lake
Parsippany Property Owners Association. Subscription
rate is $12 annually; free to members of the LPPOA.
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the beach. We discussed it with the
managers, who liked the idea, and
suddenly it became a reality. The
swing set was not dug out without a
fight. However with determination and
a jack hammer we freed it from where
it sat for years, and moved it to its new
location.
The tree branches that were cut will
allow the sand trucks an easier access
onto the beach to deliver the sand.
Rest assured, no shade in the main
area of the beach has been disturbed.
Thanks go out to Don Phelps, Ken Nolan,
Khanh Le, Bob Bailey and Joe Orme. See
photos on page 3.
HELP WANTED
We need to fill the following
positions immediately. If you are
interested in any of them, please
email [email protected] or
call 862-812-1746.
MEMBERSHIP DATA ENTRY
AND MANAGEMENT
The membership committee is looking
for a volunteer that will be responsible
for the upkeep of the membership
information.
The person should have the following
skills:
•FamiliarwithMSAccess
•ProficientinMSEXCEL,Formulas
and Pivot tables
•Detailoriented
•Availablethroughoutmembership
period, flexible dates from January
through June or as needed
•Goodcommunicationskills
If you are interested in learning
more in this position, please
contact Dan Nazzarro at
[email protected] or
973-560-9047.
BOARD SECRETARY
Responsible for taking minutes of all
monthly meetings and work sessions.
Typing and distributing minutes to
the board.
WEB ADMINISTRATOR
We are looking for someone to do
the back end support for our database.
Currently we are using Dreamweaver
software. We are also updating the
website from top to bottom so we are
not locked into Dreamweaver. If you
have experience with web design
and implementation we need you on
our team.
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Lake Patrol
Don Phelps
Members, you need to have your
badges and car tags displayed when
you are out fishing, boating or enjoying
the lake property all year long.* By
having your documents visible, the Lake
Patrol members can concentrate on
removing the non-members who don’t
have identification. Also, don’t forget
that your guests must have a valid guest
badge and a current car tag when on
lake property. The Lake Patrol has been
dealing with some very frustrated guests
who are told to leave lake property for
not having LPPOA credentials.
We do need to have more patrols
and need more members to make
that happen. Please consider joining
the Lake Patrol, the commitment is
two tours of the lake a month. If
you are interested in joining the
Lake Patrol, contact Don Phelps,
at [email protected]
*LPPOA RULES AND REGULATIONS
Please go to the website for a complete
list of the LPPOA Rules and Regulations:
http://lake-parsippany.org/rules.htm
BOATERS YE BE WARNED:
In accordance with the Rules and
Regulations of the LPPOA, all boats
MUST be removed from the property
by November 15, or they will be
removed and you will have
to pay $75 to get yours back. If a
boat is not claimed within 90 days of
November 15, it will be sold. You can
use your boat after the November 15
date as long as the lake is free of ice,
but you cannot store it on the property.
LPPOA
TREASURER’S REPORT
October 2014
9/8/14
$ 33,200.11
Income
$
4,049.10
Payroll / Taxes
Landscaping Services
Utilities
Hub Lakes
Beach Account
Insurance
News & Views
Licenses / Fees / Other
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
(5,569.57)
(1,263.17)
(2,365.83)
(2,819.00)
(968.44)
(1,610.80)
(431.90)
(164.55)
10/13/14
$ 22,055.85
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This November, a new topic
will be added to the sailing article
—The Sailors Hat—which will
give you some info on
questions that have been asked
over the sailing seasons.
THE SAILORS HAT
Z
SAILING CLUB
Ralph Rosamilia
NO PLACE LIKE HOME Admit it...
There’s something unbeatable about sailing in your home waters. You know most
every obscured rock and fluky habits of
the wind... You could navigate with your
eyes closed, though you’ve never closed
them for fear of missing out on the
scenery, ospreys, and red tailed hawks,
and cormorants fishing and the like...If
anyone asked, you’d gladly tell them all
about it and how it’s hands-down, the
best place to learn how to sail. Most sailors will quickly correct you and begin to
tell you about their home waters.
I know for me I still have a soft spot for
my first encounter on learning how to
sail on the Navesink and Shrewsbury
Rivers in Sea Bright, New Jersey. I
remember thinking, “This is home.”
For others, it might be the openness
of great bays like Narragansett Bay in
Rhode Island or Barnegat Bay in New
Jersey. One thing is for sure, we all have
a place we call home.
THE MYSTERY PUZZLE GAME The
game consisted of 5 letters this year and
each letter was placed on a different barrel every 2 plus weeks. The answer is
SOLAS; Safety Of Life At Sea, established
as a result of the Titanic sinking on April
15, 1912.
A BIG THANK YOU to all the volunteers
who helped this program go, from the
Knots versus MPH
The term Knots dates back to
the 17th century as a way of
measuring nautical distances.
One MPH equals 1.15 knots
which equal 1 nautical mile.
class in June, the events, family picnic,
putting out and returning the boats to
winter storage and, of course, a special
thanks to the sailors who came out to
enjoy themselves and be part of the
camaraderie of the LPSC.
QUESTIONS AND INFO
Call Ralph at 973-503-0249, or
email [email protected], or check the
Boathouse Bulletin Board for updates.
Click on the Sailing Club website
www.lpsc.us for updates and photos.
Top Left: Heading out for last event; Bottom, Left to Right: Sailor with prize; Sailor with grasshopper; Sailor with patch.
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gripping characters, made for a good
tale that everyone enjoyed. (Be warned
there is grisly subject matter!) Most of
the group will be continuing on to her
other stories.
Christie Hegyi-Gardner
Thunder cracked loudly directly over
our heads, rain poured down and lightning flashed in the windows, apropos
ambiance for our fall get together!
Picking our book selections is a group
effort; we get everyone’s input and
stretch ourselves to read what we may
otherwise pass over. When Mistress
of the Art of Death by Ariana Franklin
(aka Diana Norman) was suggested, we
thought it would be fitting for autumn.
Murder, mystery and fright are perfect
for October, as the days get darker
earlier and we get close to Halloween.
This book was a mystery set in medieval Cambridge England with the
protagonist being an early version of a
forensic specialist AND a female—oh
the horror! Adelia Aguilar is an expert
in the field of death, and because she
is a foreign woman in England, she
can only do her real research in secret
for fear of being accused of witchcraft.
Lots of details of everyday English life,
religion, politics, romance as well as
a dash of gruesome mixed with some
It must be noted that we readers in the
21st century immersed ourselves in a
book from the 12th century AND we
met in a home from the 18th century
(Howell house). It was quite cozy with
a big warm fire, an array of English
cheeses, ricotta cake, warm spiced
wine, as well as Mead wine and Angry
Orchard hard cider. The lightning
flashing in the windows only added to
the atmosphere. Thank you to all that
contributed to another congenial night!
Read the book and let us know what
YOU think... Book Club meets the third
Tuesday of each month. Contact Christie
for details at [email protected]
FUTURE READS:
NOVEMBER–Dress Your Family in
Corduroy & Denim by David Sedaris
DECEMBER–Can This Be Christmas?
by Debbie Macomber
JANUARY 2015–A Tale for the Time
Being by Ruth Ozeki
FEBRUARY–Orange is the New Black
by Piper Kerman
MARCH–The Invention of Wings
by Sue Monk Kidd
APRIL–Love in the Time of Cholera
by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
MAY–Liars Club a Memoir by Mary Karr
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Decking
the Halls
Christie Hegyi-Gardner
Holiday Elves are needed
to deck out the Clubhouse halls on
Tuesday, December 6, at 6pm.
Contact Christie at
[email protected]
or call 973.503.0333
if you can come help out!
(Also note—you can
come help “undeck the halls”
on Tuesday,
January 6, at 6pm)
HUB LAKES
Randy Vyskocil
On Wednesday November 12, the
Hub Lakes Sports meeting will be
open to all coaches and team
participants. Once a year, the meeting
is open to all team participants in order
to address the Hub Lakes Board
with any ideas or issues. The meeting
will be held at Indian Lakes Clubhouse,
7:30 pm. If anyone would like to
express an idea or any feedback and
cannot attend the meeting, feel free
to reach out to Randy Vyskocil at
[email protected]
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LPPOA - 2013/2014 and PROPOSED 2015 BUDGET
2013 Actual
2014 Budget
2014 Actual
thru 10/7/14
2014 Projections
2015 Proposed
Budget
Note
$ 130,408.08
$
-340.00
$
0.00
$
1,100.00
$
1,245.00
$ 143,000.00
$
-260.00
$
0.00
$ 2,225.00
$ 1,000.00
$ 139,374.50
$
-280.00
$ 139,374.50
$
-280.00
1
$
$
3,050.00
1,870.00
$
$
3,050.00
1,870.00
$ 145,000.00
$
-280.00
$
0.00
$ 3,000.00
$ 1,875.00
$
$
$
$
$
$
1,381.00
0.00
624.52
45.00
5,428.52
800.00
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
1,415.00
$
693.00
$
$
6,479.60
150.00
$
$
$
$
$
$
1,500.00
100.00
693.00
125.00
6,479.60
150.00
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
29,995.00
950.00
100.00
230.00
3,202.06
$ 33,500.00
$ 1,175.00
$
125.00
$
500.00
$
0.00
$
$
$
3,350.00
$ 178,519.18
A - REVENUES
105
110
112
125
130
135
140
145
150
160
180
Membership Fees
New member referral
Boat storage / fines
Ads
Beach Sales (rentals)
Community Activities
/ Open House
Interest
Miscellaneous
Promotional Material Sales
Beach Acct
Donations
1100
1300
1400
1500
185
Clubhouse Rentals
Club Support
Donations - Clubhouse
Social Events (Concerts)
Carryover
Transfers from
Lk Restoration Fund
TOTAL - REVENUES
1,500.00
100.00
0.00
125.00
6,000.00
1,200.00
$ 24,354.50
1,500.00
150.00
0.00
125.00
6,000.00
150.00
120.00
4,861.68
$ 30,500.00
$ 1,825.00
$
125.00
$
500.00
$ 4,861.68
$ 30,500.00
$ 1,750.00
$
125.00
$
750.00
$
0.00
$
0.00
$ 190,190.00
$ 182,088.28
$ 190,873.78
$
0.00
$190,645.00
$
3,505.21
$
918.29
$ 10,136.48
$
2,409.90
$ 15,765.94
$
3,941.49
$
1,943.64
$
485.91
$ 39,106.86
$ 3,150.00
$
787.50
$ 10,150.00
$ 2,537.50
$ 15,755.00
$ 3,938.75
$ 1,945.00
$
486.25
$ 38,750.00
$ 2,061.07
$
319.72
$ 8,936.13
$ 1,495.34
$ 16,770.22
$ 2,831.45
$ 1,746.20
$
292.20
$ 34,452.33
$ 3,100.00
$
558.00
$ 10,062.47
$ 1,811.24
$ 16,770.22
$ 3,018.64
$ 1,746.20
$
292.20
$ 37,358.97
$ 3,150.00
$
630.00
$ 10,150.00
$ 2,030.00
$ 16,200.00
$ 3,240.00
$ 1,775.00
$
355.00
$ 37,530.00
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
0.00
685.35
11,894.00
0.00
0.00
285.61
0.00
3,435.00
0.00
16,299.96
$
0.00
$ 1,400.00
$ 10,825.00
$
100.00
$
100.00
$
275.00
$
0.00
$ 3,750.00
$
0.00
$ 16,450.00
$
$
$
969.54
9,153.75
1,263.17
$ 1,400.00
$ 12,015.00
$ 1,263.17
$
2,000.00
$
$ 13,386.46
$ 18,513.17
$
0.00
$ 1,400.00
$ 12,000.00
$ 1,250.00
$
100.00
$
275.00
$
0.00
$ 3,000.00
$
0.00
$ 18,025.00
$
805.56
$
3,435.88
$
838.75
$
679.45
$
272.40
$
350.81
$
278.20
$
986.73
$
2,200.00
$
2,123.28
$ 11,971.06
$
800.00
$ 3,450.00
$
750.00
$
635.00
$
160.00
$
290.00
$
280.00
$ 1,064.00
$ 2,200.00
$ 2,100.00
$ 11,729.00
$ 1,695.68
$ 2,583.06
$
455.57
$
784.64
$
617.88
$
182.76
$
278.20
$ 1,335.04
$ 2,000.00
$ 2,121.51
$ 12,054.34
$ 1,802.18
$ 3,450.00
$
586.07
$
785.19
$
742.88
$
290.00
$
280.00
$ 1,675.00
$ 2,400.00
$ 2,347.00
$ 14,358.32
$ 1,835.00
$ 3,520.00
$
750.00
$
800.00
$
757.00
$
300.00
$
280.00
$ 1,700.00
$ 2,400.00
$ 2,400.00
$ 14,742.00
B - EXPENSES
200
Payroll
205
207
210
212
215
217
220
225
Maintenance Payroll
Payroll Taxes - Maintenance
Beach Manager Payroll
Payroll Taxes - Beach Mgr
Life Guard Payroll
Payroll Taxes - Lifeguards
Swim Team Coach Payroll
Payroll Taxes - Swim Team Coach
Subtotal - Payroll
250
Operations
254
255
258
260
262
264
268
270
280
Hepatitis
Property Maintenance
Landscaping Services
Shoreline Maintenance
Garden Club
Equip Purchase/Rental
Lifeguard Certification
Tree Maintenance
Signs
Subtotal - Operations
300
Utilities
305
306
310
311
315
316
319
320
325
330
Electric
Electric - (Clubhouse)
Telephone
Telephone - (Clubhouse)
Water/Sewer
Water/Sewer - (Clubhouse)
Alarm - (Clubhouse)
Cable - (Clubhouse)
Garbage - (Clubhouse)
Gas - (Clubhouse)
Subtotal - Utilities
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3,835.00
LPPOA - 2013/2014 and PROPOSED 2015 BUDGET
2013 Actual
350
Administration
355
356
357
360
365
366
367
369
370
Legal Expenses
Dam Inspection
Lake Consulting Engineer
Treasurer
Security
Web hosting
Postage
Licenses and Fees
Misc
Subtotal - Administration
400
Lake Water
405
410
Analysis
Treatment
Subtotal - Lake Water
450
Recreation
455
461
462
463
464
465
470
475
485
Stock Lake
Softball
Bowling
Hub Lakes Fees
Hub Lakes Program
Swim Team
Misc
Awards
Beach Acct Expenses
Subtotal - Recreation
500
Membership
515
520
525
535
Badges, Pins, Tags, Etc
Film & Supplies
Lake Promotion
Credit Card Fees
Subtotal - Membership
550
Community Activities
555
560
565
Open House
Social Events
Scholarship
Subtotal - Community Activities
600
News & Views
605
610
Setup
Printing & Postage
Subtotal - News & Views
650
Real Estate
655
660
Taxes
Taxes - (Clubhouse)
Subtotal - Real Estate
700
Insurance
705
710
715
Dir & Officer Liab Pol
Workmen Comp
Package Policy
Subtotal - Insurance
2014 Budget
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
250.00
1,250.00
250.00
0.00
250.00
420.00
200.00
450.00
510.39
3,580.39
2014 Actual
thru 10/7/14
2014 Projections
2015 Proposed
Budget
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
0.00
2,500.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
420.00
156.20
600.40
562.68
4,239.28
$
$
$
1,225.00
25,603.00
26,828.00
$ 1,225.00
$ 27,500.00
$ 28,725.00
$ 1,245.00
$ 29,533.00
$ 30,778.00
$ 1,245.00
$ 29,533.00
$ 30,778.00
$ 1,225.00
$ 28,000.00
$ 29,225.00
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
2,500.00
550.00
101.00
810.00
300.00
343.25
0.00
0.00
3,503.00
8,107.25
$ 2,500.00
$
500.00
$
101.00
$
600.00
$
300.00
$
300.00
$
250.00
$
100.00
$ 6,000.00
$ 10,651.00
$
$
$
$
$
2,500.00
819.00
101.00
1,322.17
600.00
$
$
$
$
$
2,500.00
819.00
101.00
1,322.17
600.00
$
$
4,654.74
9,996.91
$
$
4,654.74
9,996.91
$ 2,500.00
$
500.00
$
101.00
$
600.00
$
300.00
$
0.00
$
250.00
$
0.00
$ 6,000.00
$ 10,251.00
$
$
$
$
$
1,021.32
107.98
0.00
1,143.98
2,273.28
$
$
$
$
$
950.00
200.00
0.00
1,250.00
2,400.00
$
$
$
$
$
943.47
22.37
576.00
1,152.37
2,694.21
$
$
$
$
$
943.47
22.37
576.00
1,192.37
2,734.21
$
$
$
$
$
950.00
200.00
500.00
1,250.00
2,900.00
$
$
$
$
159.00
1,167.06
300.00
1,626.06
$
$
$
$
250.00
750.00
300.00
1,300.00
$
$
$
$
647.50
400.00
300.00
1,347.50
$
$
$
$
647.50
750.00
300.00
1,697.50
$
$
$
$
500.00
750.00
350.00
1,600.00
$
$
$
791.66
8,946.62
9,738.28
$ 1,200.00
$ 9,200.00
$ 10,400.00
$
$
$
1,381.90
3,084.25
4,466.15
$
$
$
1,800.00
4,250.00
6,050.00
$
$
$
1,500.00
4,250.00
5,750.00
$
$
$
11,759.51
9,562.57
21,322.08
$ 12,036.00
$ 9,792.00
$ 21,828.00
$ 8,842.21
$ 7,240.32
$ 16,082.53
$ 11,856.42
$ 9,727.72
$ 21,584.14
$ 12,200.00
$ 10,020.00
$ 22,220.00
$
$
$
$
3,511.33
3,386.00
20,094.85
26,992.18
$ 3,616.33
$ 3,487.58
$ 20,697.70
$ 27,801.61
$ 3,511.33
$ 3,314.00
$ 19,492.00
$ 26,317.33
$ 3,511.33
$ 3,314.00
$ 19,492.00
$ 26,317.33
$ 3,615.00
$ 3,415.00
$ 20,084.00
$ 27,114.00
$
$
$
$
$
420.00
33.10
667.33
363.77
1,484.20
$
1,250.00
$
$
$
$
$
490.00
75.00
667.33
364.70
2,847.03
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
Note
250.00
1,250.00
250.00
0.00
500.00
420.00
150.00
550.00
393.00
3,763.00
2
LPPOA - 2013/2014 and PROPOSED 2015 BUDGET
2013 Actual
2000
Clubhouse Maintenance
2100
2200
2300
2400
HVAC
Building Maintenance
Snow Removal
Renovations
Subtotal - CH Maintenance
2014 Budget
2014 Actual
thru 10/7/14
2014 Projections
2015 Proposed
Budget
834.60
1,350.00
2,653.60
4,000.00
8,838.20
$
$
$
$
$
850.00
1,450.00
2,200.00
0.00
4,500.00
$
$
$
$
$
1,321.01
2,127.74
0.00
0.00
3,448.75
$
$
$
$
$
800.00
1,500.00
300.00
4,000.00
6,600.00
$
$
$
834.60
1,155.60
2,653.60
$
4,643.80
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
752.46
752.46
$
$
900.00
900.00
$
$
449.40
449.40
$
$
725.00
725.00
$
$
750.00
750.00
250.00
250.00
$
$
$
1,000.00
2,500.00
3,500.00
8,825.00
8,825.00
$
$
8,775.00
8,775.00
$
0.00
4000
Supplies
4200
Paper, Cleaning Supplies
Subtotal - CH Supplies
5000
Advertising & Marketing
5100
5200
Advertising
Lake Promotion
Subtotal - CH Advertising
$
$
$
0.00
0.00
0.00
$
$
$
0.00
250.00
250.00
$
0.00
$
$
Payments to Lake Restoration
Subtotal - Loan Payback
$
$
0.00
0.00
$
$
8,825.00
8,825.00
$
0.00
$
$
Lake Restoration Costs
$
952.00
$
0.00
9000
TOTALS - EXPENSES
$ 173,657.50
$ 190,190.00
$ 158,153.16
$ 190,873.78
$ 190,645.00
GRAND TOTAL SURPLUS/(DEFICIT)
$
$
$ 23,935.12
$
$
4,861.68
0.00
0.00
Note
0.00
Assumptions/Changes:
1 Based on proposed membership rates for 2015 (listed below)
2 Includes one mass mailing of one printed N&V issue
3 Includes costs associated with marketing LPPOA (to be utilized by marketing committee)
4 Funding to Lake Restoration Investment Account based on 5% of Membership and CH Rental Income
2014 Membership Rates (includes 7% NJ Sales Tax):
Early Bird: Single $230; Family $405; Senior $95; Senior Family $310
Standard: Single $260; Family $440; Senior $115; Senior Family $320
Proposed 2015 Membership Rates (includes 7% NJ Sales Tax):
Super Early Bird (Jan. 1 to Mar. 31): Single $230; Family $405; Senior $95; Senior Family $310
Early Bird (April 1 to June Open House): Single $235; Family $425; Senior $99; Senior Family $315
Standard (after Open House to Labor Day): Single $265; Family $460; Senior $120; Senior Family $325
Fall Membership (after Labor Day to Mar. 15) $75
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Everyone had a great time at this year’s
LPPOA HALLOWEEN PARTY.
We collected gently used costumes and donated them to the
neighborhood house in Morristown.
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LAKE PARSIPPANY HONORS
THOSE WHO SERVE
To celebrate Veterans Day, we want to honor servicemen/women,
as well as veterans from Lake Parsippany families.
We want you to know that our hearts are with you,
especially those who are now serving in war zones.
May you return soon to your families
and to your community. Our best wishes and
THANKS are with all of you.
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Catering for All Occasions
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166 Halsey Road
Parsippany, NJ 07054
The last fishing contest of the year, our
annual “Club Member’s Only Largest
Catch,” was in my opinion the best
contest of the year. The day began with
the fishermen signing up for the contest
and each going their separate way,
some from the shoreline and some from
a boat. A half hour into the contest we
had four or five deer walking along the
shore line behind the bait shop, guess
they were looking to join as well. Some
of the women from the Dragon Boat
teams arrived and ended up scaring the
deer away but they came back a short
while later and stayed around for about
ten minutes. They didn’t have badges
and weren’t members of the club so
they were turned away and were last
seen going down Glassboro Road.
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With the guys eating all day long, they
still had time to fish. Joey Dolock must
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have gained at least three pounds but
was only able to bring in two yellow
perch. Pop Suprum and Johnny Besley
ended up with no fish being brought in.
Pete Celencevicius had a largemouth
bass as well as some 14 inch yellow
perch and calico bass. Tony Suprum
had a perch or two and at least 20
calico bass. Larry Ackerly brought in
two largemouth bass and Larry Galante
had four largemouths with his largest
being 4lb. 5oz. Ricky Hards had a 3lb.
and a 3lb. 5oz. largemouth bass. While
fishing for bass, he ended up bringing
in a catfish which measured 24 inches
and weighed 4lb. 11oz. Donnie
Bianchi caught only one calico bass
but he also reeled in a 28–30 inch Carp
that weighed between 9 and 10lbs.
No one went home hungry and now
they are asking when the next contest
will be.
There aren’t any more meetings until
March 2015 at which time we will
be discussing the trout stocking. We
have already discussed putting in
larger trout next year which means less
fish stocked. If you are interested in
contributing to the cost of fish, please
let me know.
LADIES CLUB
deserving family. Please bring a check
to that meeting if you plan to attend
our holiday party.
Barbara Allu
Please remember to bring non-perishable food items for the Parsippany food
pantry to the meeting. They greatly
appreciate our assistance in their project
to provide food for those in need in our
community. Please remember to bring
business type clothing that you don’t
need to donate to Project Success.
A good time was had by all at our
September meeting. Blues guitarist
Son Lewis came to entertain us at our
last beach meeting of the year. It was
a beautiful evening listening to music
under the stars. Besides singing blues
from all styles of blues and from several
decades, he also displayed how the
blues influenced music from the swing
era to rock and roll.
Our October meeting was also a musical event as the main branch of the
Parsippany Library was presenting the
band Carnaby Street. They take their
listeners on a musical experience of the
1960s. After that wonderful event we
then continued on to the Clubhouse for
business and socializing.
Our next meeting will be on Monday,
November 17, 2014 at the Clubhouse.
Please make every effort to attend as
we will be continuing our plans for
our holiday party and also our annual
Thanksgiving and Holiday gifts to a
Those of our members who are going
through a loss or illness remain in our
thoughts and prayers and we ask you to
reach out to us if you need anything.
As always we welcome new members
or potential members to come spend
an evening with us and see if you
might enjoy what we have to offer. We
are mainly a social club whose focus
are the lake and our community. We
participate in some charitable endeavors such as the food pantry, Project
Success, and helping a few families at
the Christmas holiday time. Our members are often involved in other lake
projects as well.
If you would like more information
regarding the Ladies Club please
call our President, Diane Low
at 973-887-1268.
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Supreme Limousine
24 Hour Service
10% off
EST. 1980
to all LPPoA members!
Valid for first trip. Must present lake badge with
current year sticker affixed to receive discount.
Michael Adubato
[email protected]
973-515-8584 office • 973-703-2134 cell
The Ladies’ Auxiliary
of Lake Parsippany Volunteer Fire Company #3
is sponsoring a
PANCAKE BREAKFAST
Sunday, November 30
8am–1pm
Adults and Children (6yrs and up)
Seniors (60+) and Children (3-5yrs)
Children under 3
6.00
4.00
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CALENDAR OF EVENTS
For updates, click on “Event Calendar”.
SUNDAY
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
Swim Team Flap
Jack Fundraiser
8–10am
Applebee’s
26
27
28
29
2
3
31
5
6
7
8
11
12
13
14
15
4
Hub Lakes
Sports Meeting
7:30pm
Indian Lakes
Clubhouse
LPPOA Board
Meeting/Budget
Presentation
7pm
Clubhouse
9
23
Deadline for
News & Views
articles
Ladies Club
6:30pm
Clubhouse
10
Book Club
Check with
Christie for time
and location
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
30
24
25
26
27
28
29
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