2018 Candlewood Classic

posted Jul 10, 2018, 8:54 AM by CK Webmaster   [ updated Jul 10, 2018, 8:56 AM ]

Please see the attached flyer by clicking HERE or on the website homepage (to your right...or scroll down if you are on a mobile device).

Dan Hamilton's 25th Anniversary

posted Jul 3, 2018, 12:20 PM by CK Webmaster

For those attending the Clam Bake on Saturday, Dan Hamilton and his wife Beth will be attending as invited guests to recognize and thank Dan on his 25th anniversary year of service to Candlewood Knolls.  If you see them, please stop by to give your personal thanks to him and Beth.

Prime Time Fitness - Knolls Summer Deal

posted Jun 26, 2018, 10:53 AM by CK Webmaster

Thank you to Nicole Rajkumar for getting the Knolls another summer deal at Prime Time Fitness.

2 months $30 a month( must commit to 2 months)
Pay $60 when sign up
And questions call 
Nicole 203-746-7532

Proxy Notice Date Clarification

posted Jun 26, 2018, 8:22 AM by CK Webmaster   [ updated Jun 26, 2018, 10:16 AM ]

The date on the proxy notices for the upcoming Community stockholder's meeting reads Saturday, July 6th.  It should instead read:  Friday, July 6, 2018.

Our Condolences: Marie Lumelleau

posted Mar 13, 2018, 9:08 AM by CK Webmaster

Marie A. Lumelleau, age 98 of New Fairfield, died on Sunday at the Danbury Hospital, She was the wife of the late Adrian L. Lumelleau.

Marie was born January 22, 1920 in New York City, the daughter of the late John L. and Janet (Crabtree) Rooney. She was a graduate of the College of Mount Saint Vincent, from where she received her Bachelor's Degree. Marie was employed as a school teacher for the City of New York for 40 years, teaching at PS 8 in the Bronx, New York.
Marie and her late husband Adrian were residents of Bronxville, NY since 1972, and were residents of New Fairfield in the Candlewood Knolls community for over 50 years. Marie was a founding parishioner of Saint Edward the Confessor Church in New Fairfield.

Marie is survived by her children: A. Richard Lumelleau and his wife Jerri of Bonita Springs, FL, Mary Anne Casey of Bronxville, NY, John Lumelleau and his wife Loretta of East Hampton, NY, Jeanette Kavanagh and her husband Thomas of New Fairfield, Cathleen Marasco and her husband Peter of New Fairfield, 11 grandchildren, and 11 great grandchildren. Marie was predeceased by her brother Joseph G. Rooney.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday March 15th at Saint Edward the Confessor Church, New Fairfield. Burial will be in the Mountain View Cemetery, New Fairfield.
The family will receive friends at the Green Funeral Home, 57 Main Street, Danbury on Wednesday March 14th from 4 to 8 p.m.

Memorial contributions in lieu of flowers are requested to be made to Saint Edward the Confessor Church, 21 Brush Hill Road, New Fairfield, CT 06812

Spirit … of Candlewood Knolls

posted Dec 22, 2017, 10:40 AM by CK Webmaster

It’s cold. Freezing in fact. But it’s mid-December in the Knolls and the frosty air is to be expected. The lake cottages are all buttoned up for the winter … slumbering after a busy Summer and Fall of boisterous families enjoying our beautiful Candlewood Lake! But there is still work to be done … water to be turned off, leaves to be picked up and docks to be secured … which leads us to our story. 

Early one morning Dan, with ruddy cheeks, sporting a jaunty red cap and his helper Sean set off to North Beach to check on the docks one last time and to move the big, yellow tractor back to the clubhouse for the winter. To their surprise, a swan timidly approached them. Sean tried to stroke her … but she backed away … and that was that. Both Dan and Sean thought it was odd, but they had work to do and soon thoughts of the lone swan were replaced by the “Things To Do” checklist. The next day, curious, not knowing what to expect … they stopped by North Beach and saw the swan again. 

She was alone. Battered and abandoned by her bevy, she lay on the dock … hungry, thirsty and cold. She was forgotten. Her feathers were torn, her slim legs scraped raw by ice and her normally bright eyes dulled by pain and loneliness. She had given up hope. But Sean and Dan saw her … and now the story becomes one of hope, kindness and the goodness of one small gesture. 

Seeing her distress, Dan and Sean quickly called the Sharon Audubon Society, and after receiving some careful instructions on how to rescue the swan, they swaddled her in a blanket and flew like the wind to Sharon where help waited. Sean named her Spirit … and their actions are the embodiment of Candlewood Knolls … where caring for each other is our way of life. 

Thanks to the kindness of our own Santa and his helper as well as the expertise of Sunny at Audubon, Spirit is doing well … and in the Spring will be returned to Candlewood Lake. 

Sunny tells us we can adopt Spirit … and in doing so insure her complete rehabilitation as well as other creatures in their care. So those of you who have been touched by this story, and want to participate in Spirit’s care, please visit and contribute … make sure you reference Spirit and Candlewood Knolls! We look forward to seeing all of you, including our beautiful Spirit, when we return to the Knolls in the Spring! 

Merry Christmas Everyone! 

Tennis Courts - resurfaced and ready!

posted Aug 22, 2017, 3:54 PM by CK Webmaster   [ updated Oct 3, 2017, 11:18 AM ]

Our tennis courts are looking great!  We recently had them resurfaced (no more bird baths or cracks!) and re-painted.  We also added pickleball lines, so try your hand at that too!)  Please come out to enjoy the court!

found: Necklace

posted Aug 21, 2017, 10:57 AM by CK Webmaster

A silver necklace with a purple stone heart was found.  Claim it in the office if it's yours.

1-8 of 8