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Published by mmoran, 2020-01-29 09:32:51

February 2020

News & Information for the Members of Alamance Country Club

Keywords: Newsletter,Alamance,Country Club,Golf,Tennis,Dining,Events

Alamance Today


Prime Rib Night
Snowman Golf Tournament

Senior Starlight Night
Ladies Bridge Day

Soup & Salad Lunch Buffet
Valentine’s Dinner Special (14th & 15th)

Mother & Daughter Manicure Day
Fat Tuesday 1946 Grill Specials

Ladies Night Out | Mimosas & Massages
Men’s Night | Scotch & Lamb Chops


February 2020 News & Information for the Members of Alamance Country Club


For Reservations Contact Marty at 336.584.0345

6:00pm - 8:00pm
uN I G H T
Fridays | 1946 Grill Come out to the Club and spend an
6:30pm - 8:30pm evening socializing with other ACC
Live Music • Local Bands
senior members while enjoying
complimentary hors d’oeuvres.

Member Ticket Bar

February 7 Ladies Bridge Day

Take Two Wednesday,February 12

February 14 10:00am - 12:00pm | Donald Ross Grill

Second Set

February 21

Pete O’Dea

February 28

Lucius Wilson

Tables are on a first-come, first serve basis.

Alamance Today • February 2020


For Reservations Contact Marty at
336.584.0345 by February 20

Mother & Daughter

Manicure Day


10:30am - 2:00pm

Come out and spend some time
with your daughter and get your nails

done by a manicurist.

Light Refreshments

Please R.S.V.P. to Marty by February 20

$20++ Mother & Daughter
Additional $10++ per Daughter


FEBRUARY 27 Marty 336.584.03

6:00pm - 8:00pm to

S.V.P.Please R.S.V.P. by

Ladies NightFebruary 14 if chair
massage is desired, R. 45

so that we can MIMOSAS & MASSAGES
assure everyone
Loosen up those tight shoulder & neck muscles
can be with a chair massage from Elizabeth!
Mimosas will help you unwind & get ready

for all your weekend activities.

Complimentary Hors d’oeuvres & Mimosas

$20++ per person

1946 Grill

1946 Grill Reservations: 336.639.5379 or 336-584-0345

Executive 1946 GRILL Have a
Chef HOURS & ‘Souper’
Terri Ahlgren SPECIALS Day!

[email protected] SOUP TO GO
$10++ per Quart
Weekly Buffets 11:00am - 2:00pm Place your order
Tuesday - Friday* by calling Marty
Children 4 & Under at 336-584-0345
5:30pm - 9:00pm Pick up between 11am -3pm
EAT FREE! Tuesday - Saturday
February 4
Open Until
10:00pm on Fridays Beef Vegetable

1946 Grill WEDNESDAY Corn Chowder
5:30pm- 9:00pm 50% Off
February 18
Soup, Salad, Wine Bottle/By Glass
Entrees & Dessert Ham & Bean
Adults (13 & Up) $14.95++ 50% Off Draft Beer, February 25
Children (5-12) $5.95++ House Wine or Liquor
New England
1946 Grill Buy 1 Draft,
Get 1 Draft Free
11:00am - 2:00pm
Soup, Salad, $5 Bourbon & Whiskey
Brunch Items
Entrees & Dessert SUNDAY
$5 Bloody Mary
Adults (13 & Up) $16.95++
Children (5-12) $5.95++

Alamance Today • February 2020

1946 Grill

1946 Grill Reservations: 336.639.5379 or 336-584-0345

Prime Rib

February 1

5:30pm - 9:00pm
Slow Roasted

Prime Rib Station

$25++ per person

1946 Grill Dinner A La Carte
Menu is also available


February 12

join us for a

Quick & Easy Lunch Buffet

11:30am - 2:00pm
$12++ per person

1946 Grill

1946 Grill Reservations: 336.639.5379 or 336-584-0345

Friday, February 14

5:30pm - 10:00pm


Saturday, February 15
5:30pm - 9:00pm

With Valentine’s Day falling on
the weekend, we are giving you

two options to join us for a
special Valentine’s menu.
1946 Grill Dinner Menu
will also be available.

Reservations Required by calling
Marty at 336-584-0345.


House Salad with Your Choice of Dressing

Your Choice

Macaroni & Cheese, Asparagus with Charred Tomatoes $35

Stuffed Potato, Asparagus $35

Asparagus, Baked Stuffed Potato, House-Made Onion Rings $45


Long Stem Chocolate Covered Strawberries & Glass of Champagne
(1946 Grill Dinner A La Carte Menu Also Available)

Alamance Today • February 2020

1946 Grill

1946 Grill Reservations: 336.639.5379 or 336-584-0345

1946 Grill 5:30pm - 9:00pm

T u e s d ay , F e b r u a r y 2 5

What is Fat Tuesday? Mardi Gras, or Fat Tuesday, refers to events of the Carnival celebration,
beginning on or after the Christian feasts of the Epiphany (Three Kings Day) and culminating
on the day before Ash Wednesday, Mardi Gras is French for "Fat Tuesday", reflecting the practice of
the last night of eating rich, fatty foods before the ritual fasting of the Lenten season.SPECIAL FAT TUESDAY

OFFERINGS: Shrimp and Andouille Sausage Gumbo, Beignets, Cocktail Specials



Saturday, February 29 | 6:00pm

Donald Ross Grill | $75++ per person

•- Five Course Meal and Scotch Tasting -•

Antipasto Plate
Trio of Salmon: Gravlax, Tarragon-Fennel-Scotch Cured Salmon

Scotch Egg
Lamb Chops Marinated in Fresh Herbs
Bacon Dipped in Chocolate - Sweet & Spicy

R.S.V.P. To Marty | 336-584-0345

GOLF Golf Pro Shop | 336-584-1326

A NOTE FROM THE GM - Golf Teaching & Simulator Building
Dear ACC Family,

Some of you may have seen some spray painted markings on the driving range or the white stakes
marking 4 corners. What you are seeing is a proposed area that could become the home for the ACC Teaching
Center and Simulator. A few months ago conversations started about the possibility to build a place where
we could have our own TopGolf type place to have tournaments, get indoor instruction regardless of
weather, and be able to use technology in new ways to help improve scoring. From those talks we have come
up with a preliminary design that would be a 20’x40’ building that would have a single bay to hit outside
from (or closed and use the simulator), a bathroom, seating or lounge area, and a small office. This building
would be the second phase following the regrading and new targets for the driving range. In total we have a
2-phase project that if we can raise additional funding for would provide us with a state of the art amenity
that creates new opportunities for players to engage the game of golf. You will see some examples of
programs from Drake, some pictures of other similar operations, and a very basic sketch of what the building
would look like. In the coming months you will likely be approached by a group of members that are helping
to champion this awesome opportunity. Mr. Ray Womack with the endorsement of the Board of Directors is
helping to lead the efforts to voluntarily raise the $200,000 to complete these two phases. I look forward to
breaking ground when we reach our goal this spring. If you have any questions, please reach out to Drake or me.

Thank you in advance for your generosity. You are going to love what we will be able to do!

Charlie Nolette, CCM | GM/COO


Alamance Today • February 2020


The opportunities made available through utilizing a teaching/simulator building on the practice tee are

virtually limitless. This will be the foundation for immediate growth in our instruction programs, our player

development programs, game enjoyment programs, as well as the exploration for social activities and event

enhancements. The addition of the building to our current amenities firmly places Alamance Country Club

ahead of our peers and at the forefront of the growth trends in not only golf, but Country Club lifestyle.

Below are some highlights of benefits and anticipated programming SAMPLE STUDIO
with this building: CONCEPTS

• A climate-controlled environment for instruction involving both
private lessons and clinics

• The opportunity to explore nontraditional hours of play as well as
nontraditional times of year

• Comprehensive fitting through the latest in technology
• New Golf Programming:

• Winter and Night-time (Fall) golf leagues on the simulator
• Tournament and Challenge Play on the simulator
• Corporate Group Clinics and/or simulator Play

• Additional corporate opportunities for small group
meetings with social features – essentially a private Top
Golf for members wanting to entertain clients, partners, etc.

• In-door golf seminars and demonstrations
• Event enhancements – Closest to the Pin/Long Drive challenges

during evening parties (MM and MG)
• Course Ringer Events (Pebble Beach, St Andrews, etc)
• Usage of ACC in a digital form on the Simulator
• Junior Challenge Program through simulator Games

Instruction/Trackman Uses
• Incorporating the most accurate and most respected Launch
Monitor technology for our club-fitting and teaching
• Providing a more comprehensive fitting environment for our
members in a more convenient environment (we now have
members traveling to Raleigh or farther for this type of fitting
• Incorporating “digital lockers” which allow students easier
tracking and understanding of their personal lessons and progress
• A truly “private” instruction setting for those less comfortable
on a range tee or in front of other golfers (particularly beginners)


Golf Pro Shop | 336-584-1326

Di re c t o r o f From The Pro
Golf Notes and Friendly Reminders
We hope everyone is marking his/her calendar for our upcoming

W O O D S I D E dates. In the next few days we will have the 2020 Golf Handbook

d w o o d s i d e @ available. Please note that with the course project in progress this
ala m a n ce cc . n e t year’s book will look a bit different. We have an exciting schedule

3 3 6 - 5 8 4 - 1 3 2 6 of events planned through May 17 and we will continue to plan

activities around the course project as information and availability

become apparent. Many have been asking about our Reciprocal Club access while the course is closed. The

Golf Staff have been working on this since the approval of the project and we anticipate having a fairly

finalized list sometime in March. Many of the clubs have agreed to assist and are working through the details of

availability. We will have plenty of access in our surrounding area, and we hope you will continue to play and

take advantage of the opportunity to visit our peers during the down time. Your Professional Staff will also be

planning trips, some one-day and some overnight, so please keep a look out for those. If you have any

specific requests, please see Drake. As a reminder, all Reciprocal play will need to be arranged and managed

through the Golf Shop per our agreement with our peers. Details for each club, including rate and availability,

will be combined into an easy reference form and made available to the membership.

Saturday, March 14 | 10:00am Shotgun Start
Saturday, February 8 | 11:00am Shotgun Start Entry Deadline: Thursday, March 12
Eligibility: Members , Guest & Dependents at least
Entry Deadline: Thursday, February 6 18 years old. Teams may not be comprised of two
Eligibility: Members & Dependents at least 18 dependents.
years old. Teams may not be comprised of two Cost: $40 per player (includes prizes, Grilling Sta-
dependents. tion during play, and beverages following play )
Cost: $35 per player (includes prizes, Chef’s Soup, Cart Fees Not Included
and light fare following play ) Cart Fees Not Included Format: Two-person teams will play 6 holes
Format: Two-person teams will play a Shamble. Scramble, 6 holes Better Ball, and 6 holes
Each players will tee off and the best tee shot will Modified Alternate shot. Teams will compete for
be selected. Players will play their own ball from Gross and Net. Team Handicap will apply per
the selected tee shot. Players will receive 80% of format. Handicaps will be set from March 12.
their individual handicaps. The revision date used White Tee and Mixed Tee Divisions are available.
will be Thursday, February 6. White Tee and Mixed
Tee Divisions are available.

Alamance Today • February 2020

Golf Pro Shop | 336-584-1326

Cold Tournament Results
2019 Christmas Classic

White Tee Division
1st Place: Dustin Moore, Tom Monahan,

Golf Warren Straub, Jack Straub
2nd Place: Josh Chappell, Bo Crouch,

Clint Chappell, Chase Butler

Winter Hours Net
1st Place: R.D. Smith, Justin Whitaker,

Monday | 11:30am - 5:30pm Derek Brooks, Patrick Dempsey
Tuesday - Sunday | 8:30am - 5:30pm 2nd Place: Griffith Chandler, Ted Chandler,

Trey Chandler, Stephen Moffitt

COLD SEASON GOLF 3rd Place: Scott Ellington, Jack Ellington,
Ross Powell, John Banks Powell

Don’t let the idea of winter keep you from Mixed Tee Division

continuing to enjoy your game. In the Carolinas we Gross
often have several days with mild temperatures and 1st Place: Jerry Richardson, Jerry Richardson, Jr.,
even with the cooler temperatures, the golf course is
very playable and enjoyable. Your Golf Shop has all Jono Bowers, Mike Jenowski
the right equipment to keep you warm and comfortable 2nd Place: Glenn Van Fleet, Jeff Michel,

Steve Toth, Dwight Crews

while playing. Often, this time of year proves to be Net

the best time to identify areas of need in your game. 1st Place: Ronnie Wall, Mike Nall,

Schedule a time with one of the Professional Staff Al Ashley, Joe Ashley
and let us help you assess those needs and develop 2nd Place: Mike Garrison, Gary Garrison,
a plan for improvement - you’ll surprise your golf
buddies in spring and be way ahead of the curve! Blake Kriven, Jeff Queen
3rd Place: Alan Crouch, Jamie Grosso,

Your Professional Golf Staff are here to help. We can Jim Johnson, Mike Williams

assist in identifying the area for you as well as guide CLOSEST TO THE HOLE
you in developing a good practice regimen! #4: Dustin Moore
#8: Jerry Richardson, Jr.
JUNIOR GOLF PREVIEW #14: Warren Straub
#16: Glenn Van Fleet
Sunday, February 9 | 11:00am - 2:00pm
Alamance Ballroom

Come by with the kids for Sunday Brunch

and stop by the Ballroom for a preview of our 2020

Junior Golf Programming. We’ll share our clinic

schedule, have sign-ups available, and answer any

questions or concerns with the 2020 Calendar.

G R E E N S & G RO U N D S

Director of Golf Last month there seemed to be some confusion
regarding my whereabouts at Alamance Country Club, so
Course & Grounds

PETER here is a quick little letter to let you know that I am still here at the

H O R N , C G C S Club, hopefully for a few more years or so. We promoted Jeff to

[email protected] the Superintendent title a few years ago so he could start to work on his certification. In order to start that process you have to be a

Class A Superintendent for three years. I took the title of Director of Golf Course and

Grounds to allow that to happen. These are just titles and our job descriptions remain

the same. The two of us work together to ensure the best playing conditions for the golf course.

This winter and spring we will be working on our plan for the renovations on parts of the course this

summer. As soon as I get the time table for the order of work from our contractor, I will be able to make a

time table for our crew. Our maintenance crew will be very busy over the summer as we not only have to

keep up with the construction crew, we will still need to maintain tees, fairways and rough areas. When new

sod is laid, it will have to be watered, fertilized, rolled, top-dressed and cut. New bunkers will have to be

raked even though they are not being used. Seeding of the new greens is the one major job that will

complete the renovation. Everything will need to fall in line for the successful establishment of the putting

greens. I feel confident we can continue to make Alamance Country Club a showplace for our members.

Fitness Fitness Center | 336-584-9848

Matt Sommer| Director of Fitness

I hope everyone had a terrific New Year and is well on their way toward their 2020
fitness goals. As expected, the New Year brought many new faces (as well as some old
ones) back into the fitness center. If you are one of the many that have been working
diligently on your resolution to achieve better health, congratulations. Stay focused, stay
ambitious, and keep your eye on the prize.

If you are one of the many that have already faltered in your attempt to get fit, come see
us. Let me, Kenny, and Elizabeth help show you the path to wellness. All you need is a positive
attitude, personal commitment, and we will push you in the right direction. For those that
need a little more support, I encourage you to meet with one of our personal trainers. Not only can our fitness
staff develop first class fitness programs, but we may also educate you on proper nutrition. Balanced nutrition is
truly the cornerstone of all weight loss programs. Let us counsel you on how to read food labels, appropriate
portion sizes, how to plan meals, and how to make healthier choices overall.

GROUP CYCLING | Tuesdays • 5:30pm (Class 45-60 minutes)

Class size limited • $8 per class
Pre - Registration Required

Located Basement of Fitness Center

Matt Sommer, MC, CSCS,CES, PES Kenny Lutz, BS CSCS Elizabeth Madrid, LMBT
Director of Fitness, Personal Trainer Assistant Fitness Director Massage Therapist, NC License #13115

TENNIS Tennis Pro Shop | 336-584-4115


of Tennis “COURT COUNSEL” - Preparation for Play
SCOTT With spring just around the corner, it’s time to get ready for
the upcoming tennis and pickleball season. Juniors have middle
[email protected] and high school tennis, while adults have USTA leagues, Men’s Night, ATW, and Pickleball. To get you back into “the swing”,

I have three key components that can enhance your racquet sports game and help you

avoid injury.

BODY - Taking care of your body is essential at any age. A structured workout program can drastically

improve your game by incorporating some cardio, weight training and stretching into your daily routine.

Getting into playing shape this season can also add strength and reduce your risk for injury. Call Matt or

Kenny at the Fitness center to arrange a workout session. Also, incorporating a monthly massage into your

overall health can keep your muscles flexible and help with inflammation. Contact Elizabeth in the Fitness

center to schedule your next appointment.

MENTAL– It’s all starts with having the right attitude to your tennis game. If you have not played in several
months, or fixed your awkward service motion, do not expect winning results when first coming onto the
courts. Keep the first few times light. You will not hit the same topspin forehand winner you hit last Fall.
Start slow, call a friend or the tennis shop to arrange a hitting session, ball machine or a series of lessons.
Tennis should be fun, not stressful.

EQUIPMENT– This aspect is the easiest to control. At a minimum, get your racket restrung and re-gripped
before the beginning of each the season (Spring and Fall). Old string and a worn-out grip can also aggravate
your wrist or elbow. Adding a fresh set of strings and new grip can make your racket feel like new. If your
racket is more than 5 years old, consider a new frame. Also, Pickleball paddles vary in weight and firmness.
The tennis shop carries a variety of tennis rackets and pickleball paddles to suit all playing levels.

Add these three elements during the month of February, and you will set yourself up for a successful racquet
sports season!


All soft courts will be resurfaced in February. League Begins

Once this is complete and the weather cooperates, March 3 | Junior Clinics Begin
the soft courts will re-open toward the end of the
month. Please enjoy the hard courts (#6, #7, #8) as March 6 - AJTF Middle School
they will be maintained through the winter. League Begins

March 7
ATW Begins | 9:00am


P I C K L E B A L L N I G H T | T hursday, February 20 | 7:00pm

Pickleball has become the fastest growing sport in the US and at ACC! All levels, from beginner to advanced,
are welcome to participate. We will play several rounds; mixed doubles, ladies doubles, and men’s
doubles.Please call or email Scott or Stefan to sign up: 336-584-4115 or [email protected]
Light Snacks | Ticket Bar | $15 per person

We are currently signing up players for our 2020 USTA Tennis League. The Spring

season begins in early March and runs through mid-May. The format for this season will
be three (3) doubles courts (no singles). Matches are played at ACC and other tennis
facilities in the Greensboro area. If you are interested in playing USTA, please contact
Scott or Stefan in the Tennis Shop. | 3.0 40+ matches – Monday mornings


Kelsey Morrison | [email protected]

E v e r y F r i d ay N i g h t W e d n e s d ay , F e b r u a r y 5
5:30pm - 10:00pm
Children prepare their plates from the
Ages: Potty Trained
through 5th Grade Wednesday Night Buffet and come downstairs to
Reservations Required the Kids’ Club room to eat and have fun while the
Please call Marty at 336-584-0345 and reserve parents enjoy dinner in the 1946 Grill.
Kids’ Club.
Kids just want to have fun, and our Kids’ Club F r i d ay & S a t u r d ay , F e b r u a r y 1 4 & 1 5
creates an environment that provides activities to
keep your child entertained while you enjoy your SPECIAL VALENTINE’S KIDS’ CLUB
time at ACC. Meal is included.
Cost: $10 per child | Guest Children $15 Roses are red, violets are blue . . .
Members must stay on the Alamance Country Club Date Night for Mom & Dad and
campus while their children are in the Kids’ Club. If KIDS’ CLUB FOR YOU! This special Valentine’s night
there are no children registered and none present will have fun games, activities and more! And, we’ll
at 7:30pm, the Kid’s Club will close for the evening. even make Valentine’s cards for your mom and dad
(in case you forgot!).



Weekdays After 5:00pm Prime Rib Night
& Weekends

1946 Grill Direct Dial for
Reservations & Take-Out


Sunday Brunch Soup To Go Junior Tennis Junior Tennis Kids’ Club Snowman Golf
Buffet Clinics Clinics Tournament
“Beef Vegetable’ TGIF JAZZ Night
Junior Tennis Night Buffet “Take Two’
“Parent’s Night Out’
Cycling Class

Sunday Brunch Soup To Go Ladies Bridge Day Junior Tennis Valentine’s Valentine’s
Buffet Clinics Kids’ Club Kids’ Club
“Chicken Soup & Salad
Corn Chowder’ Lunch Buffet Valentine’s’ Valentines’
Dinner Special Dinner Special
J Junior Tennis
Clinics TGIF JAZZ Night
Junior Tennis
Clinics Family “Second Set
Night Buffet
Cycling Class

Senior Starlight

Sunday Brunch Soup To Go Junior Tennis Junior Tennis Kids’ Club Mother &
Buffet Clinics Clinics Daughter
“Ham & Bean”’ TGIF JAZZ Night Spa Day
Sunday Brunch Family Pickleball
Buffet Junior Tennis Night Buffet “Pete O’Dea

Cycling Class

Soup To Go Junior Tennis Junior Tennis Kids’ Club Men’s Night
Clinics Clinics Scotch & Lamb
New England TGIF JAZZ Night
Clam Chowder’ Family Ladies Night Chops
Night Buffet Mimosas & “Lucius Wilson
Junior Tennis Massages

Cycling Class

Fat Tuesday
Dinner Specials

ALAMANCE Presorted

2402 Pineway Drive U.S. Postage
Burlington, NC 27215
(336)584.0345 Burlington, NC
Permit No. 210

ALAMANCE COUNTRY CLUB Mark Your Calendars For These March Events

2402 Pineway Drive March 7 March 13
Burlington, NC 27215 UNC vs.. Duke Basketball Kids’ Club
Prime Rib Night
336.584.0345 March 14 - 17
FAX 336.584.0782 March 10 Bourbon Trip Senior Dinner Special Night
ACC Tournament (March 10 -14) March 17
2020 St. Patty’s Buffet
BOARD OF DIRECTORS (Brackets before Tournament)
March 26
JANIE SELLERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . President March 11 Ladies Night Out
[email protected] Ladies Bridge Day
Soup & Salad Lunch Buffet March29
MICHAEL SPLAWN . . . . . . . . . . .Vice-President Amazing Race
[email protected]
Alamance Country Club Hours of Operation
Golf Committee Vice-Chairman
Tennis Committee Vice-Chairman Administrative Offices • 336-584-0345 Tennis Facility • 336-584-4115

GLENN VAN FLEET . . . . . . . . . Secretary MONDAY - FRIDAY | 9:00AM - 5:00PM TUESDAY - SATURDAY | 9:00AM - 6:00PM
[email protected] SUNDAY & MONDAY | Noon - 6:00PM
Golf Pro Shop • 336-584-1326
Finance Committee Chair Clubhouse Dining
MONDAY | 11:30AM - 5:30PM The 1946 Grill • 336-639-5379
RANDY COX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Treasurer TUESDAY - SUNDAY | 8:30AM - 5:30PM
[email protected] Lunch TUESDAY - FRIDAY 11:30AM - 2:00PM
Golf Pro Shop Snack Bar
Membership Committee Chair Dinner TUESDAY - SATURDAY 5:30PM - 9PM*
Fitness/Swim Committee Chair MONDAY | 11:30AM - 5:30PM *Closes at 10:00PM on Fridays
TUESDAY - SUNDAY | 9:00AM - 5:30PM
BILL GOMORY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Past President The 1946 Grill Bar
[email protected] Fitness Center • 336-584-9848
Greens & Grounds Committee Chair MONDAY - THURSDAY | 5:30AM - 9:00PM 11:30AM - 2:00PM
PETE BLAETZ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Director SATURDAY | 7:00AM - 6:00PM 2:00PM - 9:00PM*
[email protected] SUNDAY | Noon - 6:00PM *Closes at 10:00pm on Fridays
Golf Committee Chair
Pool Pavilion • 336-585-0583 Saddle Club Lounge
TIFFANY PITTARD . . . . . . . . . . . Director Adult Only Dining
[email protected] Po i lo e f eas .
House & Social Committee Chair FRIDAY 5:30PM - 10:00PM
Fitness/Swim Committee Vice-Chair

JOSH CHAPPELL. . . . . . . . . . . . . Director
[email protected]

House & Social Committee

Finance Committee Vice-Chair

GERRY FRANCIS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Director
[email protected]

Tennis Committee Chair

KEVIN MINTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Director
[email protected]

Greens & Grounds Committee

Membership Committee

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