News & Media

2018 CAI-NJ OLYMPIC SUCCESS

August 2018

This year, through the help of the generous CAI-NJ members at the 2018 CAI-NJ FAST Committee Olympics, the Committee presented $10,020.24 to the Make-A-Wish Foundation! We were also lucky enough to get a tour of the magical wishing castle in Monroe, NJ. It was truly heartwarming and inspiring!

July 2018

CAI-NJ's FAST Committee hosted their fourth annual Olympics on July 18th to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Morris Engineering was able to walk away with the silver medal! Money was raised through donations from team participants, spectators, sponsors and a fun new addition - Slime a CAI-NJ Board Member! Check back in for the final donation tally.


WE ARE SPARTANS! 2018

June 2018

We at ME .... are Spartans! Kristy, Eric, Jaime, Tim and Adolfo all participated in the 2018 Tuxedo, NY Spartan Sprint. Working as a team, they rocked their way through 30 obstacles along a muddy, rocky - hot 4 mi. inclined course. Coming out successful, slightly sore with a tad bit of sunburn - WORTH IT!


RED NOSE DAY 2018

May 2018

The ME team NOSE how dedicated the CAI NJ Future All Star Team - FAST is when it comes to giving back.Red Nose Day is a fundraising campaign run by the non-profit organization Comic Relief Inc. and raises money toward ending child poverty.


CAI-NJ FAST COMMITTEE FOOD DRIVE

April 2018

Morris Engineering set aside an office collection box for canned foods to help benefit the CAI-NJ FAST Committee Food Drive during their annual Spring Break party. The canned food items were then donated to Monmouth and Ocean County Food Banks of New Jersey. We love a chance to give back!


AUTHOR OF THE YEAR AWARD

February 2018

ME's Kristy Winchock received the '2017 Author of the Year' award from the Community Associations Institute of New Jersey for her article Maintain Now or PAYve Later. Read the article in the Reference & Publications sidebar to the right.


ME PLUNGES TO THE SEA

February 2018

ME's Kristy, Eric, Bela and Jaime all participated in Seaside Height's Polar Bear Plunge. They rushed the cold waves and raised money to benefit the New Jersey Special Olympics. The event raised over 2.1 million!


CAI-NJ MAKES-A-WISH COME TRUE

September 2017

Through everyone's hard work at the CAI-NJ Olympics, CAI-NJ was able to raise $6,856.04 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, almost double what was raised last year! CAI-NJ's FAST Committee was proud to present the check to Make-A-Wish. This money will be able to grant a full wish for a child!


ME TAKES THE GOLD - CAI-NJ 2017 OLYMPICS

 July 2017

CAI-NJ hosted its 3rd Annual Olympics to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation.  In a field of 20 teams, Morris Engineering came in first! The ME team consisting of Timothy Guy, Eric Vogt, Kristy Winchock and Adolfo Vazquez, beat out the competition and brought home the Gold.

The 3rd Annual CAI-NJ Olympics raised over $2,000 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and Larry Thomas, Executive Director, true to his word, shaved his head!


2017 POLAR BEAR PLUNGE

February 2017

Morris Engineering joined RCP Management Company's Charity Committee "Hands of Hope" to support the Special Olympics of New Jersey by participating in the 2017 Polar Bear Plunge in Seaside Heights, NJ


HMA CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGISTS

December 2016

Eric T. Vogt and Timothy Guy are now certified HMA Construction Technologists by the New Jersey Society of Asphalt Technologists


THE ADVENTURES OF MORRIS ENGINEERING! EP 1...

October 2016

Check out Morris Engineering's first ever action packed comic book, debuted at the 2016 CAI-NJ Marvel themed Conference & Expo! We are a Community Association's greatest heroes in times of desperation!

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2016 POLAR BEAR PLUNGE

February 20, 2016

Eric, Kristy and Tanya braved the cold and participated in the 2016 Seaside Heights Polar Bear Plunge to benefit the Special Olympics of New Jersey. The event raised $1.7 Million!


MORRIS ENGINEERING SPARTANS!

July 30, 2014

Congratulations to the guys and girls at Morris Engineering for completing the Spartan Race at Tuxedo Park, NY. With Eric as the Team Captain, videographer and head of motivation, the team completed 30 grueling obstacles including leaping through fire, scaling walls and crawling under barbed wire.