Did you miss the results posting and awards presentation?
Check out the results of our race below!
Thank you so much for supporting the 6th Annual Cupsaw Lake Haunted Hilly 5K. We had runners, walkers, great costumes and, of course, wonderfully spirited spectators! We had nearly 150 runners, our highest participation yet!!!
As you may know, the Haunted Hilly 5K is one of our more important fundraisers of the year, and proceeds directly benefit you, the member, as we enhance Cupsaw Lake. With that in mind, we’d like to send out a huge thank you to our CLIA 5K volunteers who make the event happen for all of us to enjoy.
We’d also like to thank our very generous sponsors. Without their financial support, the race would not be nearly as enjoyable for everyone each year. These sponsors supported Cupsaw … so, Cupsaw, please show your support for these sponsors and consider giving them your business!
The C.L.I.A. 5K Committee
Advanced Crane Service
Stop and Shop of Ringwood
Cupsaw Market & Pizzeria
Chuck & Eileen Manley
Tim Bischoff Insurance
Law Office of Ronda Cotroneo
Ringwood PBA Local 247
Ringwood Regular Republicans
Spirit Skyline Service Center
Subway of Ringwood
Allstate – Robert Cella
Cupsaw Lake Men’s Recreation
Cupsaw Lake Men’s Athletic Association
Cupsaw Lake Women’s Athletic Association
Dairy Queen of Ringwood
Melissa Griegel Photography
Home Field Advantage
Ringwood Animal Hospital
Skyline Family Eyecare
Do you need service hours? Just like to volunteer at important fundraisers? Want to help contribute to our wonderful community?
Our Artisan Fair really needs your help! Sign up for a little or sign up a lot. Letters available for volunteer hours. Every hand helps!
Email email@example.com to volunteer or for more details!
Remember that time Cupsaw beat Erskine in the annual regatta? Us too!
Back in August, five Cupsaw Lake sailors held up Cupsaw’s honor and defeated Erskine Lake in two races, each about 1 1/2 hours long. The Cupsaw Lake members were Bob Bottino, Tom Conway, Chuck Manley, John Nielsen and Malcolm Tennent.
The start of race #1
The triumphant end of race #1, with Tom Conway (red, white and blue sail) coming in first, followed quickly by Bob Bottino.
Our Cupsaw Winners
A local Boy Scout is going to take on the project of beautifying and organizing a portion of CLIA South Dock as part of his work towards the achievement of Eagle Scout. This project will consist of cleaning out overgrown brush and removing trash and moving the current metal rack over to make space for a new wooden boat rack. While his project will not accommodate all the boats at South Dock, it certainly is a great start for us!
Unfortunately, the turnaround time on this project is quite quick. We are asking that members who are utilizing South Dock, with boats in the photo below, remove them by Friday Oct 23rd and email firstname.lastname@example.org confirming removal.
If you do not remove your boat, any lock will need to be cut and it will be removed and stacked out of the work zone. All paid members for 2015 were given new boat ID & year tags, which were to be placed on their boats. Any boats WITHOUT CURRENT CLIA tags will be removed.
Since there has never been a form of slip identification/storage for South Dock, a new one will be created. We ask for your patience and to bear with any changes. Thank you.