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Published by mmoran, 2019-12-12 12:17:58

December 2019

Alamance Today Newsletter

Alamance Today

December 2019


Live Music


6:30pm -8:30pm

Unwind from a busy week with
live music from local bands.

December 6

Pete O’Dea

December 13

Jacob Danieley Band

December 20

Bill West

December 27

Currie Wayne Clayton

Be sure to R.S.V.P if you plan on dining
in the 1946 Grill or Saddle Club Lounge

336-584-0345 or 336-639-5379

Ladies’ Bridge Day

Wednesday, December 11
10:00am - 12:00pm •Donald Ross Grill

Get your friends together and come out to play Bridge at the Club!
Tables are on a first-come, first-serve basis.

2 Alamance Today - December 2019

R.S.V.P to Events
Jingle Jingle
Ti me to Mi n gle!

Thursday, December 12

6:00pm - 9:00pm
Saddle Club Lounge

Come out and relax with your friends
and enjoy a wine tasting and an
opportunity to purchase
which make great gifts!
Hors d’oeuvres
$10++ per person


Friday, December 20 Sleepover
7:30pm Arrival Time
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Adults and children are welcome to
spend the night at the Club and enjoy M Polar Express Ticket
a Polar Express filled night. with Marty
M Hot Cocoa 336-584-0345
M Christmas Cookies
M S’mores to start Christmas break off
the right way!
Saturday we will start the day with
pancakes, bacon/sausage,
eggs, fresh fruit and more!

$20++ per person
CHildren 3 and Under - Complimentary


1946 Grill Terri Ahlgren, Executive Chef
[email protected]

Weekly Buffets


1946 Grill will be open Christmas Eve 11:30am - 2:00pm
The Clubhouse will close at 2:00pm and re-open December 26

Specials 1946 Grill | 11:00am - 2:00pm
1946 Grill | 5:30pm - 9:00pm
1946 Grill Adults (13 & over) $16.95++
Adults (13 & over) $14.95++ Children (12 and Under) $5.95++
11:00am -2:00pm Children (12 and Under) $5.95++ Children 4 and Under - Complimentary
(Tuesday - Friday) Children 4 and Under - Complimentary
5:30pm - 9:00pm* Sunday Brunch Buffet Includes
(Tuesday- Saturday) Family Fun Brunch Items
*Until 10:00pm on
(Games -5:30pm -7:00pm) Salad Bar with Condiments
Fridays December 4 - Parent’s Night Out Entrees & Vegetables
December 11 - Name That Tune Dessert
December 18 - Trivia Night For Reservations please call
$5 Martini December 25 - CLOSED 336-584-0345 • Clubhouse
336-639-5379 • 1946 Grill
Prime Rib Night
50% Off Wine
By Glass or Bottle Saturday, December 7

Thursday 1946 Grill | 5:30pm - 9:00pm

50% Off Draft Beer, Prime Rib Station
House Wine & Liquor $25++ per person

Friday Dinner Reservations:

Buy 1 Draft, 1946 Grill • 336.639.5379
Get 1 Draft Free Clubhouse • 336.584.0345

Saturday Soup & Salad Lunch Buffet
Wednesday, December 11
$5 Bourbon &
Whiskey Need a quick or light lunch?
Enjoy a cup of our freshly made Soup Du Jour
and Salad Bar with Condiments!
$5 Bloody Mary $12++ per person
In addition to our
1946 Grill A La Carte Lunch Menu

Alamance Today - December 2019

Brunch with Santa

Sunday, December 15 •11:30am - 2:00pm

$29.95 $14.95

Per Adult • ages 13 & up Per Child • ages 5-12

R.S.V.P. by calling Marty at 336-584-0345

Chilled Shrimp with Cocktail Bar Dinner Rolls
Carved Smoked Salmon Roasted Harvest Vegetables
Fresh Garden Bar
Deviled Eggs Corn Pudding
Fresh Fruit Acorn Squash
Sweet Potato Casserole
Warm Brie with Craisins, Apples, Creamy Mashed Potatoes
Sliced Pecans & Caramel Sauce Traditional Stuffing
Classic Green Bean Casserole
Grilled Romaine Salad
Kale with Fresh Fruit & Sliced Pecans Salmon A La Ritz
Sugar Cured Ham
Tom Turkey Chicken Tenders & French Fries

Slow Roasted Prime Rib Au Jus Dessert Buffet
Leg of Lamb

Champagne Tasting We invite you to stop by the
Terrace Room
Sunday, December 15
11:30am - 2:00pm at your leisure during
the Santa Brunch to

taste different champagnes
from France.

This is the last in our series in the
Wines of France tour hosted by

Laure Levesque of Queen of Wines.


(Champagnes will be available
to order for the upcoming holidays) 5

1946 Grill SENIOR
Take-Out Order Forms Sunday, December 22

Order online by logging into 1946 Grill | 5:30pm - 7:30pm,
or by picking up an order form at the A social evening designed for our
Receptionist’s Area in the Main Clubhouse. senior members age 60 and older.

Orders must be placed no later than Complimentary Hors d’oeuvres
Tuesday, December 17 at 5:00pm Member Ticket Bar

NEW YEAR’S EVE Join the fun on New Year’s Eve in the
Alamance Ballroom with a night of Casino fun
Dining Opportunities
hosted by the professional casino
Tuesday, December 31 entertainment company “21 Nights”!
5:30pm - 1:00am
• DJ “Chub” will be on hand to keep you
Whether you want just a quiet dinner or rockin’ and rollin’ all night long! •
a big party, we have it here for you!
• Hors d’oeuvres throughout the evening •
REQUIRED FOR BOTH AREAS • Champagne Toast & Breakfast Buffet
R.S.V.P. to Marty | 336-584-0345 at Midnight to bring in the New Year 2020! •

Guests are welcome, but must $35++ per person
register under Member’s Account Attire: Club Casual

1946 Grill

5:30pm - 9:00pm
Enjoy a quiet dinner in the 1946 Grill

with a special a la carte menu.

Alamance Ballroom Party

9:00pm - 1:00am
“Casino Night”


Announcements & Reminders

Stockholder’s Meeting 2020 Christmas Party Sign-Ups

Thursday, December 5 will be available on

Alamance Ballroom | 6:00pm Tuesday, December 2 • 9:00am

All ballots for Board of Director Nominees Call or come by and see
must be received by 6:00pm December 5. Krissi Armand, Catering Director

or Marty Smith, Receptionist

Wayne Abernathy Robert Buchholz Josh Chappell January Events

Gerry Francis Kelly McKinney Kevin Minter 1- 6 - Main Clubhouse Closed for General

7, 14, 21, 28 - Soups-To-Go

8 - Ladies Bridge Day
Soup & Salad Lunch Buffet

11 - Polar Plunge with Cider/Hot Chocolate
& Breakfast | 9:00am

11 - Prime Rib Night

14 - Senior Night Dinner Special

23 - Ladies Night Out


Jennifer Smith, Membership Director | [email protected]

It is officially the holiday season in North Carolina. One day it is 65 degrees, and the

next it is well, you know…cold!! During the month of December the course will be open
and available for play, so come on out and take advantage on those nice days. Our fitness
center and tennis courts are available for use as well. Be sure to call ahead to check on
frost delays or court availability. And it goes without saying that you must come in to the
1946 Grill for some delicious food, desserts and drinks! We have some exciting events
planned this holiday season, so be sure to check your calendars and join us for some
holiday festivities around ACC.

As always, remember to send referrals my way. You are our best advocates, so bring
those friends out over the holidays and let them see what the ACC family is all about.
I am thankful to be a part of ACC and work with a great team that strives to make ACC the best Club around.
Our team is working extremely hard on completing an exciting events calendar for 2020 and we look forward to
offering new ideas to our Members. If you have any questions or ideas that you would like to share, please do not
hesitate to contact us. I wish every member of the Club a very Happy, Healthy and Safe Christmas season!.

See you at the club soon, Jennifer

New Members: Doug Green ( Daughter- Taylor and Son - Joshua), Cindy Guiscadro – Parent Affiliate

Alamance Country Club • December 2019 7

by Drake Woodside, Director of Golf | [email protected]

Golf Notes & Friendly Reminders

On behalf of the Golf Staff, we would like to wish everyone a very Happy Holiday!
Remember that your Golf Shop has wonderful gift ideas for the golfer and non-golfer

alike, and . . . we gift wrap free!!
Now is a good time to make sure that you have everything checked off on your Christmas

lists. Heavy traffic can slow special orders, so please make sure you allow enough time for
that special gift to arrive. We have great selections from Peter Millar, Dunning, FootJoy,
Holderness & Bourne, Turtleson and more. Let the Professional Staff help you find that perfect club for your bag
by signing up for a complimentary fitting on wedges, putters, drivers and irons.
Upcoming calendar events: Thursday, December 26 • Annual Christmas Classic • 11:00am Shotgun Start


Time: 11:00 Shotgun Start Entry Deadline: Sunday, December 22nd
Eligibility: Members, Guests and Dependents at least 18 years old; teams must have at least 1 member
Entry Fee: $35 per player (includes prizes & Chili) *Cart Fees & Guest Fees Not Included
Format: Four-person teams will play Captain’s Choice. Field will be handicapped by the USGA
recommendations of 20% of “A” player, 15% of the “B” player, 10% of the “C” player, and 5% of the
“D” player course handicap. These numbers will be added together to determine the number of shots
each team will receive. Teams must use two tee shots from each player. Players under 60 years of
age will play the white tee markers. Teams may be comprised of Mid-Am and Senior players with
appropriate handicap adjustment made for tee differentials.


Final Results Gross Division

1 Pete Sanders 1st Place Ronnie Wall & Josh Chappell
2 David Cooper 2nd Place (t) Josh Chappell & Rusty Smith
3 (t) Alex Ashley 2nd Place (t) Josh Chappell & Jay Clayton
3 (t) Jeff Michel 4th Place Jay Clayton & Doug Massey
5 (t) Alec Ashley
5 (t) Dwight Jefferson Net Division Dwight Crews & Tim Kelley
5 (t) Dwight Leadbetter Doug Massey & Connor Massey
5 (t) Michael Splawn 1st Place (t) Mike Chisholm & Ronnie Wall
5 (t) Doug Voorhis 1st Place (t) Doug Massey & Mike Chisholm
Qualifier Joe Ashley 2nd Place (t) Ronnie Wall & Wayne Pyrtle
Qualifier Pete Blaetz 2nd Place (t) Ronnie Wall & Josh Chappell
Qualifier Joe Ashley 2nd Place (t)
Qualifier Derek Brooks 2nd Place (t)
Qualifier Josh Chappell
Qualifier James Clayton Congratulations to
Qualifier Bill Gomory
Qualifier Doug Massey Ronnie Wall for a Hole-In-One on #8
Qualifier Kevin Minter Josh Chappell for a Hole-In-One on #4
Qualifier Tom Monahan Dwight Leadbetter for a Hole-In-One on #4
Qualifier Dustin Moore
Qualifier Ronnie Wall
Qualifier Jerry Whitaker
Qualifier Justin Whitaker


Golf Golf Pro Shop


Top 20
October 17 • 3-Ladies Season Finale

1st Place Sue Paris, Nancy Simpson, Linda Shirley 1st Place Nancy Eagle
2nd Place Ann Fortney, Linda Parks, Linda Price
3rd Place Glenda Crawford, Nancy Eagle, Elsie Bolick 2nd Place Jean Matthews

3rd Place Nancy Sain

Ladies Pink Ribbon 4th Place Sue Paris

Front 9 5th Place Nancy Simpson

6th Place Anne Fortney

1st Place Marie Crissman, Nancy Sain, 7th Place Elsie Bolick
2nd Place Janet Latham, Lyn Moser
Back 9 Patty Allen, Laura Lea Allen, 8th Place Linda Price
Meredith Freeman
9th Place Helen Ellington

10th Place Betty McPherson

11th Place Grace Johnson

1st Place Glenda Crawford, Anne Fortney, 12th Place Linda Parks
2nd Place Sue Paris, Linda Parks
Chelsea Ward, Shery Meachum, 13th Place (t) Pam Buchholz
Diane Lloyd, Amber Cornwell
13th Place (t) Carol Colclough

15th Place Linda Shirley

Contests 16th Place (t) Kathy James

Front 9 16th Place (t) Linda Scott

Closest to the Pin #4 Janie Sellers 18th Place Donna Pyrtle

Closest to the Pin #8 Paula Reardon 19th Place Glenda Crawford

Longest Drive #3 Meredith Freeman 20th Place Diana Wallace

Closest to the Pink Ribbon #9 Nancy Simpson

Front 9

Closest to the Pin #14 Krista Hunt

Closest to the Pin #8 Tracey Shea

Longest Drive #3 Jean Minton

Closest to the Pink Ribbon #9 Jean Matthews

Scott Schofer Director of Tennis Tennis
[email protected]

Stefan and I want to thank everyone that came out to the courts this season for
lessons, clinics, USTA League play, Men’s Night, ball machine, social & family play, and of
course . . . Pickleball! We appreciate your support to our program and look forward to an
exciting 2020 racquet sports season. During the ‘off-season’ we recommend getting into
the fitness center for some strength training or cardio workouts. This will add power and
conditioning to your game. Contact Matt or Kenny for more information.

Additionally, if you have a nagging shoulder, elbow, neck or back injury, give massage
a try. I have personally started incorporating massages into my off-court tennis training
and it has made a difference. Aside from relaxation and recovery, massage also stretches
the muscles to aid in healing inflammation. Contact Elizabeth for more information.
As the weather changes, we will close all of the clay courts (1-3 & 4-5) for the winter season. The hard courts
(6-8) will remain open for tennis and pickleball (weather permitting). Please call the Tennis Shop to reserve a
court, the ball machine, or to check on court conditions.
Always at your “service”,


Alamance Today • December 2019 9

Tennis Tennis Pro Shop

Ladies Tennis & Pickleball Men’s Table Tennis Holiday Classic
Cocktail Party
Thursday, December 12
Thursday, December 5 7:00pm - 10:00pm • Pool Pavilion
6:30pm | Saddle Club Lounge
Calling all competitive table tennis players!!
Scott and Stefan will be hosting a Christmas The format will be flighted groups of 4-6
Cocktail Party for all our ladies that play guys per group. You will play each person
tennis and pickleball. in your group to determine the top 4-8

It will be a time for all of us to get together finalists. I would like to have 16 guys signed
and share stories from the 2019 season up for this event. Also, feel free to help us
and begin planning for 2020! ‘recruit’ guys by texting each other with
the usual “trash talk/banter”.
Light Hors d’oeuvres | Ticket Bar Entry Fee: $15pp

R.S.V.P to Scott or Stefan | 336-584-4115 (Includes beer, drinks, light snacks)

R.S.V.P to Scott or Stefan | 336-584-4115


We had a tremendous turnout for Pickleball in 2019. A total of 47 people participated and included families,
juniors, advanced tennis players and seniors. Pickleball is the hottest and fastest growing sport in the US and it’s
fun and easy to learn. Just think of it as ping-pong on a tennis court! We will continue our Pickleball Clinics and
Play Days this spring and will look forward to seeing you. If you would like to try Pickleball, the Tennis Shop has
plenty of paddles and balls for you to check out.

Save the Date: Pickleball Palooza 2020 | Thursday, January 16 | 2:00pm


Junior Tennis Christmas Party
Saturday, December 7 • 12:00pm - 1:30pm
The ACC Tennis Pros (elves) will host a Junior Tennis Christmas Party and will be
held in the Tennis Shop and is open to all junior tennis players ages 6 to 18.
We will have some tennis games, a fun party with pizza and drinks, plus a

small gift exchange.Please bring a wrapped
gift under $10 to the party.

Cost: $10pp

R.S.V.P to Scott or Stefan | 336-584-4115

Junior Tennis Clinics | Tuesdays & Thursdays • 4:00pm - 5:30pm

A shout-out to ALL junior tennis players! We will run our junior tennis clinics this winter for the following levels:
Orange, Green and Performance. Clinics will be organized similar to our junior team practices. We will warmup
and do light conditioning together, then we will break out into groups (by skill level) for drills and match play.
Fee: $15 per clinic | Please contact Scott or Stefan to sign up.


Matt Sommer, MS, CSCS, CES, PES Fitness
Director of Fitness | [email protected]

Thanksgiving has passed and Christmas is right Christmas Hours
around the corner, marking the beginning of a Christmas Eve

5-week holiday celebration that often spells doom 7:00am - Noon

for your health and fitness plan. Along with those Closed

celebrations will come headlines and news stories Christmas Day

highlighting the holiday weight gain that thousands

of people experience every year. Ignore them, and New Year’s Hours
Don’t think about weight gain this holiday season.
instead think about celebrating with friends and family while simultaneously New Year’s Eve
enjoying the sensation of living in a body that’s healthy. What you do on 7:00am - 6:00pm
Thanksgiving Day or Christmas Day isn’t your major concern. It’s all the
other days in between that will determine if your holidays are healthy. Closed
New Year’s Day

Overeating on Thanksgiving Day isn’t going to get you out of shape.

Just like doing things right one day isn’t going to get you in shape. It’s all the little things on a daily basis that

determine if you are moving forward fitness or away from it.

Here are a few tips for surviving the holidays, increasing your energy and reducing your stress, this

season and all year long.

1. Take time for yourself. Although spending time with friends and family is essential, it’s also important to

have at least five minutes to yourself to relax. Try practicing a deep breathing exercise when you feel

stressed out.

2. Don’t set unrealistic goals. Aim to exercise 20 minutes a day instead of an hour. You’ll be sure to get at

least 20 minutes of exercise per day without feeling disappointed if you do not complete an hour.

3. Enlist a friend or family member to exercise with you. Walking and talking with a friend can be a great

way to burn extra calories and reduce your stress level.

4. Don’t try to lose weight or stick to a restrictive diet this holiday season. If you enjoy your favorite

foods in small portions, you’ll feel more satisfied. Trying to stay away from certain foods may make you

feel deprived, which may cause you to eat more than you intended to.

5. Create new, more active traditions. Instead of throwing a dessert or cocktail party, try an alternate

holiday event.

6. Drink plenty of water. Although the cold weather may make you less inclined to grab a glass of water,

it is just as important in the winter as it is during the summer.

7. Spread out meals. Don’t feel like you have to eat everything at once. Try eating dinner early and then

taking a walk before sitting down for dessert.

8. Don’t overdo it with alcohol or caffeine. These stimulants will only cause you more grief in the end by

adding to your feelings of stress.

9. Don’t aim for perfection, and enjoy imperfections. There is no such thing as the perfect party or the

perfect decorations or the perfect way to spend the holidays.

10. Laugh. Laughing is a great tension reliever. It burns calories, reduces stress, and usually means that you

are enjoying yourself.

The ACC Fitness Center Staff wishes you and your family a happy, healthy, and safe Christmas and New

Gift Give the gift that GROUP CYCLING
Certificates keeps on giving Tuesdays • 5:30pm
with health and
(Class 45-60 minutes)
well being.
Class size limited • $8 per class
Pre - Registration Required

Located Basement of Fitness Center

Gift Certificates
available for

Personal Training

Massage Therapy

Matt Sommer, MC, CSCS,CES, PES Kenny Lutz, BS CSCS Elizabeth Madrid, LMBT 11
Director of Fitness, Personal Trainer Assistant Fitness Director Massage Therapist, NC License #13115

Youth Activities


Every Friday & Saturday Night | 5:30pm - 9:30pm

Ages: Potty Trained through 5th Grade | Reservations are Required
Please call ahead and reserve | 336-584-0345
Kids just want to have fun, and our Kids’ Club creates an environment that
provides activities to keep your child entertained while you enjoy your time at
ACC. Meal is included.Cost: $10 per Child | Guest Children $15 | *Members
must stay on the Alamance Country Club campus while their children are in the
Kids’ Club. Please RSVP and arrive before 7:30pm. If there are no children registered and none present at 7:30pm, the
Kids’ Club will close for the evening.
Wednesday, December 4 - Parent’s Night Out
Children prepare their plates from the Wednesday Night Buffet and bring it to the Tarleton Room/Kids’ Club
Room to eat and have fun while the parents enjoy their meal in the 1946 Grill. Games/Crafts/Movies
Tuesday, December 31- New Year’s Eve Night - Ages: Potty Trained - Elementary School
7:00pm - 12:30am | Sparking Grape Juice at midnight • Bring a sleeping bag for those that can’t make it until
midnight | $10++ per child R.S.V.P to Marty at 336-584-0345

Come on out and bring in 2020 at the Club.
Invite your friends to come along to celebrate with

cards, board games, food, music and more!
• Ages Middle School & High School | 8:00pm - 12:30am
• Sparkling Grape Juice at midnight!
• $15++ per person
• R.S.V.P. to Marty at 336-584-0345


Our Thanks This Holiday Season

The staff would like to give a sincere ‘Thank You’

For theto the Alamance Country Club members for your

generosity with this year’s Christmas Bonus Fund.

The Staff of Alamance Country Club

45 Years Jennifer Rowe
Gerry Maynard
10 Years
23 Years
Terri Ahlgren Chase Almany Jane Spoon

22 Years 9 Years Willie Davenport
Mauricio Hernandez Billy Judy
Peter Horn Terry Leonard
8 Years ChKaesCvehinFaomWrpoTimhoenacCkuESpammiluyeBloMoincehael Parker
19 Years Stefan Sumner
Leah Jones Griffin Shively

18 Years 7 Years Roberto A. Guardado
Marsha Moran Manuel Leon Gabo Mercado
Addie Oliver Scott Schofer Mackenzie Dowler
Susan Lipper
15 Years 5 Years Ben Ponko
Maria Lopez Jeff Van Pelt Hannah Sumner

14 Years 4 Years Daniel Patrick Campbell
Denise Johnson
Matt Sommer Doug Massey David Garcia

13 Years Bryan Dishmon Savannah Leanne Moyer
Danny Conklin
Elizabeth Madrid 2 Year Charlie Nolette
Dominique Breeze
12 Years Zane Ector Tanner Marshall
Heather Hauk Daniel Byrd Andrea Michelle Caddle
Osmin Guardado Joseph Byrd Da’Sha Wilson
Antonio Martinez Krissi Armand
Emma Kelley Merry Christmas
11 Years Skylar Holt
Myriam Boyer
Roberto Guardado Alesandria Van Steyn and a
Max Martinez Michael Volinski
Martha Smith Kenny Lutz

Drake Woodside Happy New Year!

1 Year
David Aramburu

Elina Aramburu

Sonia Boyer

Justin Dalton

Ashley Ibarra



Sunday 2 Junior Tennis Family Night Stock- Kids’ Club Prime Rib
Brunch 9 Clinics Buffet holder’s TGIF Night
1 Group Cycling “Parent’s Night 6:00pm Jazz Night Junior Tennis
Class Out” “Pete O’Dea” Christmas
Sunday Ladies Ten- Party
Brunch 3 4 nis 6
Kids’ Club
8 Junior Tennis Cocktail
Clinics 7
Party 5
Group Cycling
Class Ladies Bridge
Day Jr. Tennis
10 Clinics Kids’ Club Kids’ Club
Soup & Salad
Lunch Buffet Ladies Night TGIF Youth Ugly
P.Z. Clinics “Wine Tasting Jazz Night
“Jacob Danieley Sweater
Family Night Men’s Table Party
Buffet Band”
Tennis Classic” 14
11 12 13

Brunch Junior Tennis Kids’ Club
with Clinics
Santa Family Night Polar Express
Group Cycling Buffet Junior Tennis Sleepover
Champagne Clinics Kids’ Club
Tasting TGIF
Class 21
15 Jazz Night

Sunday “Bill West”
Brunch 16 17 18 19 20
Starlight 1946 Grill Open Merry Christmas Kids’ Club Kids’ Club
11:30am - 2:00 Christmas Classic
22 TGIF 28
Chiristmas Take All Facilities Tournament Jazz Night
Sunday Out Pickup Closed “Currie Wayne
Brunch 9-11am
Clubhouse 25 Clayton”
23 Closes at 2:00p2m4 26 27

New Year’s Eve

Dining • STOCKHOLDER’S MEETING - December 5

Ballroom Casino 6:00pm • Alamance Ballroom

Night NYE Party • Brunch With Santa - December 15

Youth • Polar BEar Express Sleepover - December 20

New Years Eve • New Year’s Eve Events for Adults & Youth - December 31

30 Party 31

Home for the Holidays

Christmas Take-Out Request Form


(Please pick up your order at the Wedgewood Room)

Name:_________________________________ Member #___________________
Email:_________________________________ Order Date:__________________
Comments: HOT _____ COLD_______ Phone #_____________________

MAIN ENTREES (Quantity) (Total)

8-12 Whole Beef Tenderloin Platter $ Market Price _______ _______
$75.00 _______ _______
(Sliced, Mini Rolls, Horseradish Cream Sauce) $70.00 _______ _______

8-12 Whole Spiral Cut Ham (approx. 8 lbs.)
8-10 Boneless Turkey Breast (approx. 6 lbs.)

SIDES Cream of Tomato & Basil Soup (quart) $13.00 _______ _______
Green Beans Almondine $20.00 _______ _______
8-12 Yukon Mashed Potatoes $23.00 _______ _______
8-12 Sweet Potato Casserole $22.00 _______ _______
8-12 Turkey Gravy (quart) $11.00 _______ _______
6-8 Cranberry Relish (pint) $ 9.00 _______ ______
8-10 Cornbread Stuffing $18.00 _______ _______
8-12 Garlic & Herb Cheese Biscuits $ 8.00 _______ _______

DESSERTS $25.00 _______ _______
$22.00 _______ _______
Bread Pudding & Sauce $18.00 _______ _______
Pecan Pie $18.00 _______ _______
Dutch Apple Pie
Pumpkin Pie SUB TOTAL ____________

Please Remember TAX & GRATUITY WILL BE
••All items will be fully cooked on day of pick-up. ADDED TO TOTAL
••Orders must be placed ONLY on this form
••Items provided for take-out will be limited

to the items on this order form
••Pick-Up Only, Delivery Not Available

Merry Christmas

Order Taken By: Order Picked Up By:

__________________ __________________

Alamance Country Club | 336-584-0345

ALAMANCE Presorted

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


2402 Pineway Drive
Burlington, NC 27215

FAX 336.584.0782

2019 Alamance Country Club Hours of Operation
Administrative Offices • 336-584-0345 Tennis Facility • 336-584-4115
BILL GOMORY . . . . . . . . President
[email protected] MONDAY - FRIDAY | 9:00AM - 5:00PM TUESDAY - SATURDAY | 9:00AM - 6:00PM
SUNDAY & MONDAY | Noon - 6:00PM
GRANT HAUK . . . . . . . . .Vice-President Golf Pro Shop • 336-584-1326
Chairman - Greens & Grounds Clubhouse Dining
[email protected] MONDAY | 11:30AM - 6:30PM The 1946 Grill • 336-639-5379
TUESDAY - SUNDAY | 7:30AM - 6:30PM
JANIE SELLERS . . . . . . . . Secretary L n TUESDAY - FRIDAY 11:30AM - 2:00PM
Chairman - Finance Golf Pro Shop Snack Bar D TUESDAY - SATURDAY 5:30PM - 9PM*

Vice-Chairman - Long Range MONDAY | 11:30AM - 6:30PM *Closes at 10:00PM on Fridays
[email protected] TUESDAY - SUNDAY | 9:00AM - 6:30PM
The 1946 Grill Bar
RANDY COX. . . . . . . . . . Treasurer Fitness Center • 336-584-9848
Chairman - Membership TUESDAY - FRIDAY
MONDAY - THURSDAY | 5:30AM - 9:00PM 11:30AM - 2:00PM
Vice-Chairman - House & Social FRIDAY | 5:30AM - 8:00PM
[email protected] SATURDAY | 7:00AM - 6:00PM TUESDAY - SATURDAY
SUNDAY | Noon - 6:00PM 2:00PM - 9:00PM*
GERRY FRANCIS . . . . . Past President *Closes at 10:00pm on Fridays
Chairman - Long Range Pool Pavilion • 336-585-0583
Vice-Chairman - Tennis
[email protected] Po i lo e f eas .

PETE BLAETZ . . . . . . . . . . Director
Chairman - Golf

[email protected]

MARK CRISSMAN . . . . . . Director
Chairman - Fitness/Pool
Chairman - Tennis

[email protected]

TIFFANY PITTARD. . . . . . Director
Chairman -House & Social

Vice-Chairman - Membership
[email protected]

MICHAEL SPLAWN . . . . . . Director
Vice-Chairman - Golf

Vice-Chairman - Greens & Grounds
[email protected]

GLENN VAN FLEET . . . . . Director
Vice-Chairman - Finance

Vice Chairman - Fitness/Pool
[email protected]

Saddle Club Lounge
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