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T H E C A N A L WA L K N E W S L E T T E R V O L U M E 1 6 I S S U E 5 M A Y 2 0 2 0CANAL WALK’S OWN WEBSITECanal Walk residents can check on what activities are planned and sign up for activities right fromtheir home computer. Just type in this address and you will get to our Canal Walk Website:www.canalwalkhoa.comThe Website is managed by Howard Kliger, Elaine Whelan, Mo Kim, Fred Ford and Susan Kobren.

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NOTE FROM THE EDITORS:Because most sports were not played and most clubs didnot meet, we decided to ask our usual article writers to have alittle fun with their article for May. The result: Some wrote theirregular article and others did have fun. We did not want thisissue to be completely sad. We acknowledge that our world wasturned upside down by the Corona Virus. We hope you smile atsome of our articles and enjoy the May 2020 Newsletter.Susan P. Smith for the “team.”From the Board of DirectorsIt goes without saying that these are extraordinary times thatwe are living in. In view of the fact that this article was written fourweeks ago, there is nothing that can be said about what the state ofaffairs will be when you read this. While much in our lives has beenput on hold, the Board is conducting business remotely, and membersof the Management team are working from home to keep Canal WalkMOVING FORWARD as conditions allow. We also have residents whoare doctors, nurses, hospital workers and emergency personnel who weshould all commend and be grateful for. In addition, Canal Walk clubsand individuals are supporting local food banks, neighbors are helpingneighbors and there are untold acts of kindness. Take care of yourselvesand those around you as we get through this as a community.FINANCESWilken Guttenplan completed the 2019 audit and found all of ourprocedures and documentation to be in order. We are happy to reportthat we finished the year with a 144,000 cumulative surplus. Copies ofthe audit can be obtained from Tom Merklinger.At the time of this writing our current income and expenses aretracking as planned. As we all know, the majority of our income comesfrom maintenance fees 91% to be exact. Since we continue to fund theReserve Account and pay our bills, e.g., landscaping, security, utilitiesand garbage collection, we rely on the timely payment of maintenancefees. The most reliable way for you to pay is by utilizing Direct Payment(ACH debit) and we encourage you to do so. This relieves you of theburden of remembering to pay every month and eliminates the timeit takes for the mail to reach the payment center and be processed. ADirect Payment application form can be obtained electronically on theCanal Walk website or from Cathy Vaccaro.COMCAST CABLE TVFor those of you who receive Community Updates via email, theinformation below regarding Comcast repeats a portion of what waspreviously sent out. Some residents prefer to pick up a hard copy ofUpdates in the Clubhouse, but that is not possible at this time. Theentire Community Update is posted on the Canal Walk website atwww.canalwalkhoa.com. If you are not receiving Community Updates,please contact Cathy Vaccaro and ask to be added to the distribution list.It is the fastest way for us to disseminate information that is too lengthyto include in a One Call telephone message.The Board contacted Comcast a number of months ago when webecame aware of issues that some residents were having with Comcastnot properly applying the terms of the Bulk Agreement for cable TV.As a result of their investigation, Comcast determined that a numberof accounts had been overbilled in the past and will be issuing thosehomeowners a credit. Although their standard policy is to issue amaximum of 120 days of credit for billing errors, they agreed with theBoard’s position that residents should not be responsible for Comcast’sfailure to comply with the terms of the Bulk Agreement. In view of thecircumstances Comcast advised that they would issue a credit of up tosix years to affected homeowners, who should have received a letterfrom them providing the details. For residents who previously receiveda 120-day credit, any remaining amount due will be credited.Comcast also reported that they are reviewing all accounts in theNortheast Region including those in Canal Walk. This separate effortmay result in an increase or decrease in your bill to correct previousContinued on page 4TO SEE CLUBHOUSE ACTIVITIESON YOUR TV IF YOU USE COMCASTAS YOUR PROVIDER: If you DO NOT HAVE anHD cable box – Channel 8 If you DO HAVE anHD cable box – Channel 281TA B L E O F C O N T E N T SActing Up 8Aerobic Walking 8Be Green, Go Green, Help Save OurEnvironment 7Bowling 8Bumper Stickers 13, 26C.W. Car Talk 13Calendar 28Canal Walk Irish American Club 10Canal Walk Quilters 8Canal Walk Refund Policy 5Canal Walk Reservation Policy 5Canal Walk Women’s Bible Study 5Club Meeting & Activities Dates 29Community Updates 4Computer Corner 23Contact List .30Covenants Committee 13Cover Photo Credit 12Email Google Group 7Franklin’s Forever 55 Got Talent 16Free Medical Equipment 7From The Board of Directors 3, 4From The Enclave Board of Directors 5Government Affairs 7Guidelines for Photographs 26Hadassah 10, 11Home Hints 14Italian American Club 14Itch’n’ To Stitch 10Jewish-American Heritage andCulture Club 11Life Without Pickleball 21, 22Men’s Club 17–19Mothers’ Day 11Newsletter Committee 26Newsletter Staff 26Note From The Editors 3Notice of Postponement –Indo American Club 8To Advertise Call AOT Publications 732-474-0107The Canal Walk NewsletterPickleball 20, 21Pool Hours 26Potpourri, Jokes, Food for Thought 22, 23Reminder on Photo Submissions 26Restaurant Review 23Sale Referral Incentives Offered 4Shutterbugs 14–17Spanish Tertulia 11Staying Healthy 20Sunday Cinema 12, 13Talk of the Walk 11Tap For Fun & Fitness 13The Animal Corner 25, 27Theatrical Review 25Then and Now 19To See Clubhouse Activities On Your TV 3Veterans’ Club 14Women’s Club 14Young At Heart 11May 2020 Page 3

FROM THE BOARD OF DIRECTORSContinued from page 3 billing errors. It is our understanding that some residents have alreadybeen notified that their bill will be changing.Due to privacy laws Comcast has advised that they cannot discussindividual accounts with members of the Board or the ManagementOffice. The Board recommends that you carefully review your monthlybill using the information contained in the Community Update. If youbelieve that your bill is incorrect, call the Comcast Bulk AgreementDepartment at 1-855-638-2855. Tell them that you live in Canal Walkand that you are covered by a Bulk Agreement.The Canal Walk Bulk Agreement for cable TV service is paid for bythe CWHOA out of the Operating Account. It provides each residentialunit with the following at no cost to the homeowner: Digital Starter TV Programming: Limited Basic and Expanded Basic: Over 200 channels thatincludes standard definition, international, sports and musicchannels. Two Cable Boxes: Known as a “DCT”, this is identified as “TVBox and Remote” in the Equipment & Services section of yourComcast monthly bill.NOTE: Some residents may have a “DTA”, which is identifiedas “TV Adapter” on your Comcast bill. In addition, your bill may alsolist “TV Box and DVR Service”, which describes a larger box thatallows you to record TV shows. The current monthly fees for the threetypes of TV viewing equipment are explained in the full version of theCommunity Update posted on the Canal Walk website.MEETINGS, EVENTS AND AMENITIESAs many of you are aware, we usually have an open communitymeeting at this time of the year. The one that was scheduled for the endof April had to be canceled along with all other events last month. Assoon as restrictions are lifted and it is safe to open the Clubhouse, we willschedule a meeting. In the meantime, information will be disseminatedvia Community Update emails, the Newsletter and One Call.This is also the time of the year that many of us look forward tothe opening of the outdoor pools on Memorial Day weekend. It remainsto be seen if that will be delayed. When the time comes, we hope youenjoy the new pool furniture that was purchased over the winter, thetwo new canopy umbrellas at the main pool and the improved climatecontrol for the indoor pool as a result of the new HVAC unit that wasinstalled.THE “C” WORDYou may have noticed that this article was written withoutmentioning the “C” word. I think we all deserve a break from theconstant barrage of depressing news in the mainstream media and theincessant posting on social media. To reduce anxiety, experts advise usto limit the amount of negative information that we expose ourselvesto. While we each have our own way of handling the current situation,instead of repeatedly reading updates of grim statistics, it may be helpfulto occasionally remind yourself that hundreds of thousands in the worldhave already recovered.Be well.Stay safe.Keep your distance; hopefully, not for too much longer.Nick Iorio for the Board of DirectorsJim Lyttle, PresidentBob Rossomando, Vice-PresidentNick Iorio, TreasurerBernie Worst, Secretary/Assistant TreasurerSALE REFERRAL INCENTIVESOFFERED TO CANAL WALKHOMEOWNERSThere are less than three single family homes left to sell in thelast phase of Canal Walk, and we are offering current Canal Walkhomeowners an incentive to refer your friends and family! Don’tlet them miss out if they have been thinking of moving into thisbeautiful community. Please contact our sales office at 732-3561191 for details.Andrew Tendler, Vice PresidentCommunity DevelopmentCOMMUNITY UPDATESMembers of the Board Advisory Panel who are in theCommunications Improvement Group have recommended to theBoard that we remind homeowners that timely communicationsare available in Community Updates.Community Updates are emailed to homeowners tosupplement the information that is contained in the Newsletter. TheUpdates are typically used to quickly disseminate time-sensitiveinformation since they do not have the three to four week lag timethat Newsletter articles have. Topics in the past have includedupdates related to the impact of coronavirus on the operation ofour clubhouses and activities, Comcast cable TV, community tripsand events, show tickets, security/safety information, gate closuresand the status of community improvements and repairs.If you are not receiving Community Updates via email, contactCathy Vaccaro ([email protected]) in the Management Office andask to be added to the distribution list.Board of DirectorsPage 4 May 2020The Canal Walk NewsletterTo Advertise Call AOT Publications 732-474-0107

Canal Walk Reservation PolicyFor activities sponsored by the Committees and the ActivityDirector Sign-ups/Reservations are required for all events and each eventis first come, first served. A reservation is only confirmed when the Event Flyer iscompleted, date stamped and payment in full is received (ChecksPayable to C.W.H.O.A.A.F). Cash is not accepted. Reservations are always restricted to Canal Walk residents fora period of time. This period may vary depending on the eventand lead time. Each residence (not resident) is entitled to make a reservation fortwo people, one of whom may be a guest. After the exclusive several week period for residents, the eventwill be open to guests. When events are sold out, a reasonable waiting list will usuallybe maintained for those who have paid in full. From time to time,an additional trip for an event may be arranged at a later date. All residents are encouraged to check the Lobby carousels andthe Website regularly.Canal Walk Refund Policy Effective March 1, 2019, the following is a revision to theRefund Policy for any and all tickets, trips or reservations madefor events arranged by the Clubhouse Activities, Cultural Artsand Trips and Travel Committees and the Activity Director. Once you register and pay for any event or trip, you have theabsolute right to admission for that event. There will be norefunds for any reason. The only exception is if there is a waitlist which the office may maintain. It is your responsibility tocontact the office if you would like them to help you resell yourtickets, and to inform the office if you have already sold yourplace/ticket to another person. This policy is to properly manageour finances and is consistent with almost all performancevenues. If you cannot use the reservation, you may sell your ticket orright to admission, or give it to someone else. The office shouldbe advised of any changes to the reservation so that we canaccount for everyone attending.From The Enclave Boardof DirectorsSOCIAL DISTANCINGJust like the rest of our community, April has been a month ofsocial distancing at the Enclave, which means not being able to get outand enjoy our community the way we normally do. This is particularlyhard as we look outside at beautiful spring weather, while not beingable to take full advantage of it. We look forward to things getting a bitmore normal,REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCEWe are taking this “down time” to get some repairs andmaintenance completed. We’ve scheduled painting and minor repairsfor the buildings, as well as installation of new lights for the Greenwichbuilding entrance. In the townhomes, installation of steps, handrails,and lights at the steps from Bayard Road to Penn Court are scheduled.We continue to identify projects in both the low-rise buildings andtownhomes that can be accomplished with minimal impact to residentsas they stay home.MEMORIAL DAYWhile Memorial Day is seen as the start of summer, let’s notforget its true purpose - to honor the men and women who died whileTo Advertise Call AOT Publications 732-474-0107serving in the U.S. Military. Memorial Day 2020 occurs on Monday,May 25. Originally known as Decoration Day, it originated in the yearsfollowing the Civil War and became an official federal holiday in 1971.While we may still be staying in, or close to home at the end of May,let’s all remember the people who died for our country.The Enclave Board of DirectorsBen Caudo, John LoPresti, Bruce Schulman,Steve Selvaggio, Andy TendlerGREETINGS FROM THE ENCLAVEI know some of us live in the Enclave Buildings, but most playerslive in townhomes and houses.With that in mind, I thought it would be helpful for others to letyou know what some Enclave residents are doing to pass the time. It’ssomewhat different self-isolating in a condo building than a home ortownhome, but some of the things you might see that you can do athome.Single person bocci ball. Taking advantage of the long hallwaysin most buildings, bocce is played every day. Its single person bocci, tomaintain social distancing, but still fun and great exercise. Even better.I almost always win when I play.We have a few pickleball players at the Enclave, and they aregetting restless. Residents have begun playing together, hitting the ballback and forth between balconies. Most games end with a score of 1-0.Training pigeons. Some buildings have issues with pigeons flyingonto balconies and leaving “gifts.” In the past we had measures to keepthem away. Now with social distancing, some residents have taken thetime to train pigeons for use throughout the community. The pigeonscan be taught to bring messages back and forth between balconies, andthe stronger pigeons are able to move a full roll of toilet paper frombalcony to another balcony for those in need. (Sorry to say we can’ttrain them to USE the toilet paper so they stop “leaving gifts” on thebalconies).Jigsaw puzzles in the common area. Residents take turns during theday putting together a community jigsaw puzzle, one person at a timeof course. Then at night other residents go and undo the jigsaw puzzles.We enjoy it so much we don’t ever want to complete it, and most of uscan’t even keep track of what day it is, let alone progress on a jigsawpuzzle.We have gotten good at Tele-Medicine. It’s very convenient to havea visit with a doctor through a computer or phone, although it should beinteresting in June. That is when I go for my yearly physical, and thereare two things my doctor has done at every physical I’ve ever had. Oneinvolves turning my head and coughing, and the other I’m not evengoing to try to describe. I’m interested to see how that is done virtually.These are just a few of the things we are doing to pass the time, butwhat we mostly do is look forward to things getting back to normal, andstart socializing again with friends and groups throughout Canal Walk.What I’m most looking forward to is getting back onto the court againand playing.Thank you,Steve Selvaggio, 862-324-1112Canal Walk Women’s Bible StudyAs we have been facing so many life changes recently, I would liketo encourage you with something that never changes. God’s Word neverchanges; God’s Word changes us! Here are some benefits to hanging onto the faith that is steadfast.COVID19: Damages, creates fear, makes us weak, separates us,creates chaos, is temporary, and leads to death.FAITH IN GOD: Heals, brings courage, gives us strength, bindsus, gives us peace, is eternal, and leads to life.Hold onto your faith – find comfort in the Bible – bless andencourage each other! Looking forward to being together again andsharing and learning the Bible.Gail TornquistThe Canal Walk NewsletterMay 2020 Page 5

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Free Medical EquipmentIf you are in need of medical equipment or have equipment thatyou no longer have use for – please contact us. Here at Canal Walk, werecycle wheelchairs, walkers, shower chairs, raised toilet seats, canes,and a few smaller items. We are in touch with a faith-based organizationthat also houses a large supply of medical equipment. There is no feenor time restriction for the material.THE HEROES AMONG USWhat does it take to be called a “hero?”Here at Canal Walk we have many residents who step forward atthe time of need. One example of a truly heroic person was a doctor whowas sitting at a bridge game in the Freedom Clubhouse. Her opponentBE GREEN, GO GREEN,HELP SAVE OUR ENVIRONMENTNOTE: This was written a month ago. Facilities and schedulesmay or may not have changed. Check with the sites by calling firstbefore venturing out should we be allowed to by then.The next Household Hazardous Waste day is on June 20th atthe Franklin Township Sewerage Authority, 70 Commerce Drive,Somerset, NJ (9 AM to 2 PM). Meanwhile, your hazardous wastecan be accepted on the first Saturday of every month at the SomersetCounty Recycling Center, 40 Polhemus Lane, Bridgewater (nearthe ball park) open from 8 AM to 2 PM. CHECK FIRST. Call(908) 231-7109 to confirm that they are open.Operation Secure Shred:The 2020 Secure Shred schedules have been published.They are supposed to be open (unless otherwise changed dueto the present situation) on May 16th at the Somerset CountyPublic Garage, North County Facility, 411 Chimney Rock Road,Bridgewater, NJ 08807. Call 908-203-6018 to confirm.Consumer Electronics Recycling is on:A. First Saturday drop-offs are at the South County PublicWorks (8 AM to 2 PM), 410 Roycefield Road, Hillsborough,NJ 08844.B. Weekdays (Mondays – Fridays) are at the North CountyPublic Works Facility, 411 Chimney Rock Road, Bldg.B (north of Rte. 22), Bridgewater, NJ 08807 AND SouthCounty Public Works, South County Public Works, 410Roycebrook Road, Hillsborough, NJ 08844. Both locationsare open from 7:30 AM– 3:00 PM.Again check before proceeding. Call 732-469-3363.Medical Waste Disposal:There are currently eight permanent prescription drug (noliquids) drop-off boxes in Somerset County. The three nearest us are:1. Somerset County Sheriff’s Office,County Administration Building (Lower Level)20 Grove Street, Somerville. Open 24 hours a day.Call 908-231-7140.2. Franklin Township Police Department495 DeMott Lane, Somerset3. Hillsborough Police Department379 South Branch Road, HillsboroughOpen 24 hours a day.For more information, visit the website at www.co.somerset.nj.us/medwaste or www.NJConsumerAffairs.gov/meddrop.Sharp needles and other similar medical waste should neverbe recycled. Disposal containers and information are available.Call for hours and specific locations: RWJU Hospital (Somerville) – M-F 9 AM to 5 PM.908-685-2800 ext. 3258 St. Peter’s Hospital – 732-742-8600 ext. 8282.by Jay del PradoTo Advertise Call AOT Publications 732-474-0107started having chest pains and began to sweat. Our doctor took chargeand did all the proper procedures to save the man’s life.This doctor was an outright hero! But, we also have lots of unsungheroes, as well. Canal Walkers are known for being very generouswith their time and money. We are reminded of all the residents in theEnclave who donated to buy AED equipment for their buildings. Thenwe have the Newsletter people who work hard to keep us all updated.Clubs and Committees enrich our lives on many levels. Lest we forget,the folks who volunteer to help keep Canal Walk running smoothly.Giving and doing for others are qualities we all admire in ourselvesand others. These qualities became more apparent as our communityunderwent the shutdown from the Corona virus. Folks stopped sixfeet away from each other to greet and inquire about the well-being ofothers. Residents were food shopping and driving neighbors to variousdestinations. Clubs, Committees, and residents donated money to theFood Bank, Italy’s Relief fund, made surgical masks, and so much more.Thank you all – you are our heroes!Joan Klimpl and Kathy CaragherGovernment AffairsThe Franklin Township Government continues on-line. All publicmeetings were cancelled through the end of April. Building permitsand plans appear to be on hold. (www.franklintwpnj.org will get you toTownship website. Phone numbers and contact info are available.Why keep up on Governmental and political activities? (Theyare intertwined.) Now, more than ever, we have seen the need forGovernmental action to help protect us and keep us safe. The actions ofour elected and appointed leaders have a direct impact on our lives. Weall need to keep informed and aware of events. Government and Politicsare not spectator sports. Your input and participation is important andvital. It is an essential part of our Democracy.Submitted by Paul WalitskyAn Email Google Group HasBeen EstablishedThis is an email discussion group whereby we can share information,using our own group email address. Currently, more than 800 residentsare participating in the group. It has proved to be an efficient methodfor sharing information pertinent to the community. While having aGmail email account is suggested, but not required, it does allow groupmembers to view and search past postings.The purpose of this group is: To share and receive references or information about vendors,e.g., “I’m looking for someone to fix.;” “Does anyone know ofa good dentist, dressmaker, plumber, etc.” To sell, purchase, or borrow items, e.g. “I have a ticket for. andwould like to sell it;” “Can anyone lend me a baby car seat forthe weekend, etc.” To discuss

believe that your bill is incorrect, call the Comcast Bulk Agreement Department at 1-855-638-2855. Tell them that you live in Canal Walk and that you are covered by a Bulk Agreement. The Canal Walk Bulk Agreement for cable TV service is paid for by the CWHOA o