cnba june 2014

cnba june 2014

PHOTO: Glen J. Dalakian & Patty Vollherbst of the CNBA present a donation to OPC Union Beach Chair Jim Sfayer at a recent OPC Union Beach team meeting at St. Mary Church in Colts Neck.

COLTS NECK, NJ – The Colts Neck Business Association (CNBA) is a proud supporter of Operation Provide Comfort, a non-profit organization developed to support NJ Shore communities still suffering from Hurricane Sandy. In May, the CNBA donated proceeds from their annual Luncheon held at Trump National Golf Club and will further support a concert scheduled to be held at Brookdale Community College on August 23, 2014 – featuring local and national talent.

        Each month at the CNBA General Meeting, a guest speaker informs and educates the filled room with items and topics relevant to individuals as well as businesses large and small. This month’s speaker was Dr. Theocarides from Beginning Aesthetics and Laser, who spoke on Physical and Emotional Wellness as well as motivational tips to insure optimal performance, success and life balance.

        In other community happenings, a Business Roundtable is scheduled to be held on June 23 at 7:00 p.m. at the Colts Neck Court House sponsored by the Monmouth County Freeholders and the Colts Neck Township Committee.


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        The CNBA would like to thank J. Vincent Jewelers on Route 34 in Colts Neck for hosting the Business Card Exchange event on April 30.

        The CNBA is also a proud supporter of this year’s The Colts Neck Family Day& Bicycle Tour sponsored by the Colts Neck Lions Club. This inaugural affair is a family event celebrating the Colts Neck community, and showcasing our parks and historical sites. Enjoy fresh air, exercise, treasure hunts, and a picnic lunch. Tour features include local parks and natural history, Colts Neck historical stories and more family activities. Please visit them at

        The CNBA is a proud supporter of the 2014 Colts Neck Fair, scheduled for July 10-13.   The fair will be returning to the “classic” COLTS NECK FAIR format – and more volunteers and sponsorships will be needed.  Please keep a lookout for opportunities to get involved in this great community event.

        The CNBA currently has 189 members in good standing and new members are always welcome (as a resident or business owner in Colts Neck). CNBA Membership dues for 2014 are only $50 per year and can be paid online at

        The Colts Neck Business Association welcomes the public to our General Meetings on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 8:00 to 9:00 a.m. at the Colts Neck Public Library, which is located at 1 Winthrop Road – behind Town Hall).

The CNBA is led by President Anna Appolonia of Heritage House Sotheby’s Realtors; Vice Presidents Gregory Calderaro of Morgan Stanley & Carolyn Burtnick of Community Magazine; Secretaries Patty Vollherbst of Colts Neck Computing & Alison Antenucci of Burns Brothers Custom Carpentry; and Treasurer David Sokoler of Merandex Technology Solutions. The group is advised by Past President Glen J. Dalakian. More information can be found at or their Facebook page (Colts Neck Business Association).

        The Colts Neck Business Association (CNBA) provides new and existing businesses in and around Colts Neck with the most conducive and supportive atmosphere to contribute to their overall success while promoting civic responsibility and community awareness and connectivity.


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Allan Dean is editor, publisher, and founder of the Atlantic Highlands Herald. Published since 1999 and selected in 2000 by the Borough of Atlantic Highlands as one of their official newspapers, making...