Mothers’ Club

The 2022-2023 Mothers’ Club Executive Board

Our Mission Statement

The purpose of the Mothers’ Club is to encourage cooperation in promoting the welfare and progress of Christian Brothers Academy by:

  • Aiding in school activities and services as requested or approved by the school.
  • Helping financially in whatever way the school administration considers desirable.
  • Uniting our members in the closest bonds of good fellowship and promoting the community interest in CBA.

Club Information

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October 12 / 7 PM

November 7 / 7 PM



Alumni Representative

Moms of alumni sons that are interested in staying in touch with the mothers’ club can do so by contacting the alumni representative and having their information on the alumni members’ roster. The representative maintains the roster and is involved in the mothers’ club craft show and other events.


Beth Caruso (

The Academy Ball


Paula McKeon

Pocketbook Bingo


Rosemarie Lakeman

Freshman Welcome

This function is held early in June to welcome incoming freshman moms into the CBA community. The duties include:

  • Sending out invitations
  • Coordinating the refreshments and decorating for the evening
  • Providing signup sheets and informational opportunities for those moms who wish to become actively involved


Tara Langan (


This committee provides the refreshments for monthly mothers’ club meetings and various school events throughout the year. The refreshments are simple: cookies, sandwiches, fruit platters, coffee, tea and soda.  All refreshments are purchased from local vendors – no cooking or baking is expected from the committee members.


Eva Mastroly

Mother/Son Dinner

This is a very special spring event in which the CBA boys escort their mothers to a lovely dinner complete with a small gift auction and raffle. This committee, consisting of between 10 and 15 moms, organizes the evening by:

  • Working with the catering hall
  • Accepting reservations
  • Decorating tables
  • Collecting donation for gift baskets
  • Organizing a 50/50 raffle

There is a photographer available to capture the special moment with Mother and Son, as many moms have enjoyed comparing the photos from year to year.


Mary Phillips

Evelyn Danaher


This lovely day is meant to be a day of reflection, prayer and sharing for CBA Moms and Alumni Moms.  It is held during the Lenten Season at the San Alphonse Retreat House in Long Branch.  The day runs from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and includes the celebration of Mass.  The committee chairperson coordinates the speaker, the Priest, interacts with the San Alphonse Retreat House and accepts the reservations.


Christine Wilkins Condon (

Tuition Raffle

This committee organizes and administers the annual tuition raffle, which is drawn at the annual father/son breakfast held in March.  One lucky family receives full year tuition!


Donna Lynch

Colt Consignment Shop



Paula McKeon
Vice President
Rosemarie Lakeman
Jennifer Hughes
Maureen Yurcisin
Communications Officer
Past President 
Beth Caruso