October Outlook 2016


October 2016

An Evolution To Excellence Through Continuous Improvement

Operation Backpack Charles Hartridge has inspired many by giving back to his child- hood community of Creighton Court. Last year Charles and his cousin used their own funding to give school supplies to 150 kids. This year Operation Backpack was held at the Creighton Court Recreation Center and raised $2,500, allowing them to give out 302 backpacks filled with school supplies to kids in K-12th grade. They also fed over 400 people with the assistance of Chef Armstrong and Chris Signore. Next year, Charles’ goal is to expand his giving back October 16 is Dictionary Day Why? It’s the birthday of Noah Webster, American lexicographer. Do you know the definition of these words? abelmosk furbelow spelunking yaffle See page 2 for the answers!

CCV Benefits Corner

401(k) Retirement Plan Education Changes and enrollments for October 1 are due to HR by September 29. Take the 1% challenge, and increase your contribution by 1%–you’ll barely notice a difference in your paycheck! Visit www.principal.com/learnnow for info- rmative webinars to help you plan for retirement. Register for an upcoming webinar, or watch a replay. CCV Cares Coat Closet • Employees may donate clean, gently used kids’ and adults’ winter coats to the CCV Cares Coat Closet • Employees in need of winter coats for themselves or their children may pick them up from the CCV Cares Coat Closet • The CCV Cares Coat Closet will be located at Westhampton, outside the employee locker rooms MEMBER TRI C K- O R-TRE A T Do you know about the annual CCV member youth trick-or-treat event? Shortly before Halloween each year, members follow a path from Fitness to the Westhampton Clubhouse with treat stops along the way. Their path winds them past Racquet Sports, past the Frog Garden, and through the Clubhouse (including the third floor). The ultimate destination is The Grill. Employees from various depart- ments–most dressed in simple, child-friendly costumes–distribute treats (provided by Youth dept.) at their stops. Some employees deco- rate their space to delight the children. It’s a tradition that members and employees look forward to!

over two communities and give backpacks to over 500 kids returning to school.

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