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Last summer, Cedar Crest developed a technology that converts used cooking oil from its restaurants into fuel for its vehicles.


[caption id="attachment_6823" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Paula Longo s dog, Sunny, is close to her heart. (Photos by Erica Koizim)"][/caption] There wasn t a shortage of strutting, smiling, and wagging at Cedar Crest s recent pet parade.

Before he packs his sleigh with gifts for good boys and girls later this month, Santa and Mrs.

In honor of Veterans Day, the film Our Heroes: The Veterans at Cedar Crest will be shown on the community s in-house TV station, Channel 6, throughout November.

Cedar CrestandSeabrookare home to many voracious readers.

More than 25 photographers and artists converged upon the Cedar Crest Art Gallery last month to show off their passion and work at the community s annual resident photo expo. [caption id="attachment_2933" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Scenes of life around the Cedar Crest campus taken by resident Don Galvin."]


Cedar Crest resident Ben Longo grew a 68-inch zucchini from in the community s garden and another that weighs approximately 30 pounds. [caption id="attachment_3127" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Ben Longo and his wife Helen with the zucchini he grew at Cedar Crest."]


Cedar Crest is looking a little greener, and it has nothing to do with the lawns on the community s 130-acre campus. It s been three months since the first-ever management/ resident team unveiled its green biodiesel fuel conversion system for campus buses and everything is rolling along smoothly. We re exactly where we projected we would be, says Bill Sperry, a

Pick any bus stop across the country, and the early morning hustle and bustle of people chatting and buses humming is enough to make any sleepyhead crawl back under the covers. Not so for the early birds at Seabrook, in Tinton Falls, and their friends at Cedar Crest, in Pompton Plains.