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Published by Princess Anne Country Club, 2018-08-22 15:44:56

2018 September/October Princess Anne Living

2018 September/October PACC newsletter

PrincesLs AivninngeSEPTEMBER|OCTOBER2018

PrincesLsAivninngeSEPTEMBER|OCTOBER| 2018 Table of Contents

Frequently Used Numbers Message from the President...............................................................2
Up-to-Date from the General Manager...........................................2
Breakers 961-2884 Massage 536-5342 Welcome New Members...................................................................3
Clubhouse 428-4141 Pool 425-1117 Membership Matters.........................................................................9
Fax 428-4423 Security 287-6982 Technology Update............................................................................10
Fitness 440-3102 Tennis 428-7803 Dining Calendar.................................................................................12
Golf 422-3360 Men’s Lg. 440-3112 Social and Dining...............................................................................13
Youth Activities..................................................................................22
Operations Team The Golden Rules...............................................................................23
From the Greens................................................................................25
McCall Andy Denise Johnson From the Links...................................................................................26
440-3101 440-3113 From the Courts.................................................................................33
Director of Catering Human Resources & Lifestyles & Fitness............................................................................39
& Special Events Accounting Manager From the Deep End...........................................................................43
September - October Calendar..........................................................49
[email protected] [email protected]
Executive Committee
Steve Layden
Geoff Benson 440-3105 Jonathan L.Thornton President
428-4141 ext: 322 Restaurant Manager
Executive Chef Christopher J. Fanney Vice President
[email protected]
[email protected] Leslie R. Watson Secretary
Matt Liebler
Matt Boyce 440-3109 Patrick L. Shuler Treasurer
440-3119 Head PGA Golf Professional
Director of Golf Course Board of Directors
Maintenance and [email protected]
Club Grounds William S. Braithwaite, III Anne Harvard Hooper Chris Pridgen
Andrea Pettay
[email protected] 440-3103 David C. Burton Michael M. McCabe, Jr. Tammy E. Ross
Director of Fitness
Kristen Bunting & Wellness Sheridan Y. Conley Chris Perry Douglas Russell
Director of Marketing & [email protected] T. Bradley Foster John Perry Samuel E. Steingold
Emily Rehmert Committee Chairpersons
[email protected] 428-4141 ext: 340
Banquet Manager Entertainment ................................. Tammy Ross
Mardy Colling Finance............................................. Pat Shuler
440-3106 [email protected] Fitness.............................................. Trey Braithwaite
Breakers Manager Golf .................................................. David Burton
Paul Rosario Green ............................................... John Perry
[email protected] 440-3114 House ............................................... Brad Foster
Purchasing Director Long Range Strategic Planning........ Gary Beck | John Gibson
John Fraser Membership ..................................... Michael McCabe, Jr.
440-3117 [email protected] Pool .................................................. Chris Pridgen
Director of Tennis Rules ................................................ Ran Randolph Jr.
Bill Shonk Tennis .............................................. Sheridan Conley
[email protected] 440-3100 Youth Involvement ........................... Anne Harvard Hooper
General Manager
440-3110 [email protected] Wine Committee............................... Gray Randolph
Membership Director Historical Preservation .................... Sandra Baylor
Brian Triolet Membership I.D. .............................. Susan Pender
[email protected] 425-1117 Tradition ......................................... Andy Dickinson
Aquatics Director Building ........................................... Dippy Pender | Tim Stiffler | Jack Todd
Cathie Havrilesky
440-3115 [email protected]

[email protected]

Mike Helms
Clubhouse Manager

[email protected]

1 Princess Anne Living | September/October 2018

Message from the President

Fall is here, but that does not mean the fun ends at the Princess Anne.This September-October magazine is packed with
events and programs that will keep your family happy through Halloween. Don’t forget, the PACC pool will be open on
weekends through September, so there is still plenty of time to soak up the sun.

As you may know, in April/May the Club went through a software transition. I can imagine that many of you, through
your own professional experience, have experienced transitions of this nature and know that they are never easy and never perfect. And, let’s
face it, change is always hard. While the Club’s operations team has been working ever-so-diligently on this transition, there are still a few
kinks to be resolved. Your Board of Directors is extremely grateful for the patience you have shown throughout this process and appreciates
your continued patience as the operations team works to develop the best software, website and mobile app for our Club. In the next few
pages you will find several updates and tips to help you navigate the new website and mobile app. Please take the time to review this very
helpful information.

In 2016, the Club embarked on a full-scale membership survey. In response to survey results, the PACC team has made several operational
changes to enhance your Club experience such as the hiring of a new Head Golf Professional, a new Executive Chef and a new Head Chef
at Breakers, adjusting the hours of operation at the pool and Kids Club, expanding summer program offerings for youth and revamping
training programs for the Club’s service team members, just to name a few.The survey included one question related to future improvements
to club facilities.The survey responses overwhelming favored a “warm-up”of the Chesapeake Room. Your Board of Directors heard you loud
and clear and we look forward to sharing additional information about the Chesapeake Room and more, in the coming months.

I wish you all a very safe and happy fall and look forward to seeing you all around the Princess Anne soon.

Jonathan L. Thornton

Up-to-Date from the General Manager

It is bittersweet to prepare this fall issue as it marks the end of another fun-filled Princess Anne summer. Special thanks
to the parent Member volunteers and team Members who devoted countless hours to enhance our summer junior
programs and congratulations to each young Member who participated. This issue is packed with pages recognizing
youngsters. We wish each the very best as a new school season begins.

As we transition seasons into autumn we look forward to unveiling new programming and tweaking traditional favorites. Our Lifestyles,
Fitness and Wellness Center team continues to deliver an expansive range of workout challenges and creative programming. Look inside
for details about a Tip Toes Ballet & Jazz Dance Class as well as a cardio dance pilot class for seniors. Our Trivia Night debut was so well
received that Ryan Smith kindly agreed to host Trivia Night in the Linkhorn Lounge the first Tuesday of each month this fall. Mardy
Colling and her Breakers team can’t wait to bring back wine tastings on the Boulevard every Thursday along with a September 11th
Veterans Brewing Company Beer Dinner and October 12th Craft Beer Festival. We invite you to join us on the West Lawn for a PACC
Block Party on September 8th and of course our signature PACC Oyster Roast on November 17th. Please take a moment to incorporate
these events into your calendar and as you begin making your fall and holiday plans, we encourage you to consider your Club for special
occasions. Whether a private meeting for two or a celebration for two hundred, we would welcome the opportunity to host your event. Our
Director of Catering and Special Events McCall Andy ([email protected] or 757-440-3101) stands ready to assist in every way

Nearly thirty new families have become part of the Princess Anne Family so far this year. Please join me in welcoming these ladies and
gentlemen into the Princess Anne Family. And as always, as you have thoughts and questions about your Club please do not hesitate to
contact me on my direct line 757-440-3100 or via e-mail at [email protected].

See you at The Princess Anne!

William S. Shonk, CCM, CCE Princess Anne Living | September/October 2018 2
General Manager

WelcomeWelcome New Members

Peter & Yvonne Barnett

Resident Comprehensive Members
Sponsor: Doug Yost

Originally from Chicago, Peter and Yvonne moved to the Hampton Roads area
five years ago and have found the community to be very friendly and welcoming.
Pete is an operations executive at Dollar Tree. He enjoys playing tennis and is a
golf enthusiast. His wife Yvonne is a terrific cook and likes to experiment with
new things.They enjoy the moderate Virginia Beach weather and like to take
long walks along the ocean, ride bikes, listen to live music and work hard to be
healthy and stay fit. With their upcoming move to the North End, they are

looking forward to being closer to the Princess Anne and having its wonderful
amenities in their backyard.

Malcolm Warneford-Thomson & Martha Clements

Resident Dining Members
Sponsor: Molly Holt

Martha grew up visiting the Princess Anne before she and her husband,
Malcolm, who hails from England, had their wedding reception here 15 years
ago. Martha has an extensive background in home design working for a Fortune
500 company. After leaving the business world, Martha had a career as a Certified
Montessori Instructor. Malcolm is a successful Certified Financial Planner and
is the owner of Warneford Wealth Management, LLC. Both love to cook as a
past time. Between the two of them, they have raised three children, all now in
their 20s. After recently settling in Virginia Beach from Richmond, Martha and
Malcolm enjoy traveling to visit family, making new friends and spending time
on the sand.They are looking forward to the beautiful resources that the Princess Anne offers to enrich their new life here in
Virginia Beach.

Judy Sebastian & Robert Cordes

Non-Resident Dining Members
Sponsor: Judge Henry Morgan

Judy was raised in Princeton, New Jersey and has now resided in northern Virginia for over
40 years. In 2000, she and Robert Cordes, both government contracting veterans, started
their own government contracting company, which was later sold to a multi-billion-dollar
government contracting firm. After contemplating retirement for a few months, Judy and
Robert decided to return to the government contracting market and to purchase a small
government contracting firm.Today, Judy is the CEO and Robert is President of that firm,
the same roles they held in their previous company. Judy, Robert and their extended family
have been coming to Virginia Beach for over 12 years and decided that 2018 was the year
to purchase a condominium on the North End.They look forward to taking advantage of
the Princess Anne’s amenities and meeting new friends.

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Welcome New Members

Dr. Clifford, Miranda & Emersyn Cutchins

Resident Comprehensive Members
Sponsor: Cecil Cutchins, V

Clifford is a Virginia Beach native and Princess Anne legacy, where his
fondest memories include swimming on the swim team and traveling with
the tennis team, headed up by Coach Andy. Before accepting his new
position with Atlantic Anesthesia, Inc. as an anesthesiologist, Clifford
completed undergraduate and medical school at the University of Virginia
and just finished his fellowship at the Texas Heart Institute in Houston,
Texas.Two years ago, Clifford married Miranda, an avid Ohio State fan, and

this past November they welcomed their first child, Emersyn.They cannot
wait to watch Emersyn grow up around the Club, especially on the pool
deck and tennis courts.

Christopher, Megan, Henry & Jane Decker

Resident Pool Members
Sponsor: Ann Nickles

The Decker family, long-time residents of Virginia Beach, recently
moved into Bay Colony. Chris and Megan met when they were
both students at the University of Virginia. After graduation, they
moved to Arlington where Chris attended George Mason University
School of Law and Megan started a career in retail.Their son Henry
(14), just finished up at Virginia Beach Middle School and will
attend the IB program at Princess Anne High School in the fall. He
plays baseball for both his school and travel teams and volunteers at
the Virginia Aquarium as well as Camp Invention in the summer.
Megan stopped working as a merchandise planner when they had their daughter Jane, who
is now eight years old and going into third grade at Linkhorn Park Elementary School. Jane enjoys
playing soccer and swimming. Chris and Megan enjoy local shops, markets and restaurants, as well
as gardening and cooking. As a family, they like to paddle board, kayak, spend long afternoons on
the beach and, of course, they love baseball double headers.

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Welcome New Members

Christopher Devine

Resident Comprehensive Member
Sponsor: Patrick Devine

Growing up in Virginia Beach, Chris has been fortunate to enjoy the Princess Anne since he was
a child, where he made many lifelong friends and has always enjoyed learning from the different
sports instructors. Prior to beginning his career as a Commercial Real Estate Agent with S.L.
Nusbaum Realty Co., Chris received a Bachelor’s of Business Administration degree from
Roanoke College with a concentration in marketing, all while playing for the school’s golf team.
Additionally, Chris is an active member of the Hampton Roads Association for Commercial Real
Estate (HRACRE). Outside of work, Chris enjoys spending time with friends and family, relaxing
on the beach and pursuing his passion for sports and the outdoors.

Grant & Leslie Grayson

Non-Resident Comprehensive Members
Sponsor: Edward Johnson

After receiving his J.D. from the University of Richmond in 1977, Grant has been a partner at
LeClair Ryan Law Firm in Richmond for the past ten years. Beyond being a talented and well-re-
spected attorney and leader, Grant is an accomplished golfer. Grant maintains golf memberships
at Hermitage Country Club and Kinloch Golf Club in Manakin-Sabot, where he serves on the
Board. Grant married Leslie a few months ago, and together they enjoy the pool and the beach,
traveling across the US and Europe, as well as hosting friends at their beach house on 82nd Street.
Grant and Leslie have four children between the two of them, ages 28 to 39, and four grandchil-
dren, ages one to ten.They have visited the Princess Anne several times with friends, where they
have always felt comfortable.They are looking forward to enjoying everything the Club has to
offer and making lasting memories.

Christopher, Kathryn, Caroline & Emma Horan

Resident Comprehensive Members
Sponsor: Brian Horan

Chris and Kathy have lived in Bay Colony for the last four years with
their two girls, Caroline (3) and Emma (6 months). Chris, a native of
Virginia Beach, went to First Colonial High School, Virginia Wesleyan
and William and Mary for his MBA. Chris works in financial services as
Regional Vice President for FTJ FundChoice. Kathy, a native of Traverse
City, Michigan, attended Michigan State University. A teaching job and
warmer weather brought her to Virginia Beach 12 years ago. When not
working, Chris and Kathy both enjoy running, traveling and going to the
beach.They are a young family, active in their church community at First
Presbyterian and are excited about getting involved in a more social and
athletic community such as the Princess Anne.

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Welcome New Members

John, Liz & Tolan Iuliano

Resident Comprehensive Members
Sponsor: Christopher Fanney

Lifelong Virginia Beach natives, John and Liz graduated from
Cox High School and received their Bachelor’s degrees at
JMU. Liz often talks about her childhood years growing up
riding her bike to the Princess Anne in the summers, diving
on the dive team, playing tennis and forming friendships
that have stood the test of time.They hope their daughter,
Tolan (almost one), can have the same positive experience her
mother had here. John is a national sales director for Mythics,
Inc., and Liz works for Chesapeake Regional Healthcare.
They are often described as a work hard, play hard couple
who loves the beach just as much as the mountains, so they
enjoy traveling out west every year to go snowboarding. With their new membership at
the Club, they are both looking forward to playing tennis and golf closer to home and, of course, getting Tolan involved at the
pool and other various youth activities.

Joseph, Elizabeth Cabell, MacNair,
Grace & Anne Gamble Jennings

Non-Resident Comprehensive Members
Sponsor: Richard Mitchell

Residents of Richmond, the Jennings family
loves to spend time at their summer home on
the oceanfront at 65th Street. Jay is the Director
of Fixed Income at Lowe Brockenbrough
and Co., where he has worked for nearly two
decades. Elizabeth is the Director of Institutional
Investments at SunTrust Bank in the Foundations

and Endowments Specialty Practice, where she
splits her time between Richmond and Atlanta.
She is also a member of the Princeton Club in New York City. Jay and Elizabeth have three
beautiful daughters, MacNair (23), Grace (21) and Anne Gamble (16), and they are all active members of CCV, where they
enjoy tennis, golf, fitness and the pool.They are looking forward to enjoying those same amenities here at the Princess Anne,
as well as meeting more Virginia Beach residents to spend time with when they are in town.

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Welcome New Members

Suzanne, Dr. Frank, Frankie & Kate Mihlon

Resident Comprehensive Members
Sponsor: Dr. Stuart Goldwag

The Mihlon family has resided in Bay Colony since moving here in June of 2014. Frank
and Suzanne’s road together began ten years and two children ago in Atlanta where
they met when Frank was an intern. Medical training brought them from Emory to
the University of Colorado (where Frankie, now 7, was born) to Duke (where Kate,
now age 5, was born), and now they have settled here in Virginia Beach where Frank
is a neuroradiologist and partner at Hampton Roads Radiology Associates. Frank
is an enthusiastic member of the local medical community, where he has been the

medical columnist for the “Northender Magazine” for almost two years, and was
recently awarded the 2018 EVMS Radiology Teacher of the Year. Suzanne has also
been flourishing in Virginia Beach. She is an active member of the Linkhorn Park
Elementary PTA and has been the “classroom mom” for Frankie’s elementary teachers
two years in a row now. Frankie is a lively little boy who loves to joke around with his
friends and Kate is a bundle of joy who loves to dance and swim. Both Frank and
Suzanne played tennis in high school and they are ready to get back into “the swing
of things” with the Princess Ann tennis program. The whole Mihlon family is loving life here in Virginia Beach and they are
looking forward to meeting everyone and participating in all the Club has to offer!

Lauren, Scott & Mason Miller

Resident Comprehensive Members
Sponsor: Keith Baker

Both natives to Virginia Beach, Lauren and Scott are so thrilled to be part of The
Princess Anne family. For Lauren, this is more of a welcome home, as she spent most
of her formative years at the Club swimming and playing tennis before going on to play
at UVA. Now, Lauren works part-time with Adminned/Elite Recruitment while Scott
is an attorney with Williams Mullen. Both are extremely friendly, respected members
of the local community. Lauren and Scott recently gave birth to a beautiful baby girl,
Mason. It is only fitting that Mason get to grow up around the same community that her
mother did and share in all the experiences and beauty the Princess Anne has to offer.
The Miller family resides on 64th Street with their golden retriever Ivy.

Carolyn & Wayne Myrick

Resident Dining Members
Sponsor: Robin Tuite

Both Norfolk/Virginia Beach natives, the Myricks recently moved to the North End from
Great Neck Point. Carolyn is a retired school teacher and Wayne is a retired businessman.
Their church is extremely important to them, as they have been attending Trinity Church
for the last five years. Besides actively volunteering in the church and community, Carolyn
and Wayne stay very busy putting their family first.They have three granddaughters, ages
two to seven. Carolyn and Wayne are looking forward to taking full advantage of all the
activities the Club has to offer and are hoping to make new friends in the process.

Welcome New Members

Andrew, Madelyn, Tucker & Madeleine Smith

Non-Resident Comprehensive Members
Sponsor: Barry Purcell

Natives to Richmond, Andrew and Madelyn (Robin) Smith are both active in their careers.
Andrew, a Radford University graduate, is the President of an advertising agency and also
involved with Advertising Agencies of America, while Robin is the Vice President of a
lawyer’s staffing company and a former board member for LINC. Andrew and Robin, along
with their two children,Tucker (14) and Madeleine (11), are also members of CCV and the
Kanawha Club.The Smiths are a well known and liked family in Richmond and are excited
to continue that reputation at the Princess Anne.They are looking forward to making
friends through playing golf and tennis, lounging out at the pool and attending the many

social events the Club has to offer, including the youth programs for their children.

Emily, Cody, Alice & Julia Tafel

Non-Resident Comprehensive Members
Sponsor: Alice McKnight

A Virginia Beach native, Emily grew up enjoying the Club
as a member of the swim team and junior tennis team. Cody,
originally from Louisville, met Emily at UVA and now they
reside together in Richmond with their two daughters, Alice
(9) and Julia (6), where they are also members of CCV.
Cody and Emily frequently visit Virginia Beach to stay with
Emily’s mom, Alice, a longtime PACC member. As a family,
they love to frequent the pool, play tennis and Cody enjoys
golf.They know they will enjoy casual dinners at Breaker’s
and the Sunday Brunch buffet after church, as well as the
workout facilities and massage amenities.

Joseph & Barbara Unkle

Resident Dining Members
Sponsor: Hugh Patterson

Ben and Barbara have lived in Virginia Beach for the past eight years.
They relocated here from Texas when Ben accepted the position of
President and CEO of Westminster-Canterbury and Senior Options,
LLC.These companies serve older adults in Hampton Roads and
assist other aging service providers around the country. Barbara is the
chairperson of the Board of Directors of Hospice House of South
Hampton Roads, Inc., which is seeking to build a Hospice House in the
region.They raised three children, all now in their twenties.Today, Ben
and Barbara are both active members of Galilee Episcopal Church.The
couple resides on 86th Street at the North End and enjoys traveling,
boating, reading and listening to live music in their free time.

MembershipMembership Matters

Update to Club Rules

Don’t forget, the complete PACC rules and regulations can be viewed online through the member portal by visiting:
My Club > Club Governance > Bylaws & Rules.
At their August 2018 meeting, your Board of Directors approved the following revision to the Club’s Leave of Absence Rule.
Section II

I. Leave of Absence
During times of hardship, a member may request one leave of absence, for a term of up to one year, within any given ten-year
period. Payment of dues, capital fees and existing comprehensive athletic or tennis supplements will not be required during the
Leave of Absence. Approval of a Leave of Absence is contingent upon bringing one’s account current. All such requests must
be submitted to the Board of Directors. A member on a leave of absence may request a one-year extension of their leave.This
request must be made in writing via an extension application form.The extension application form must be accompanied by a
$75 application fee.
If a member elects to take a Leave of Absence and subsequently decides to reactivate their membership, they will be required
to pay 50% of the dues and capital fees for the classification to which they belonged prior to taking the Leave. In addition, if
applicable, they will be required to pay any intervening assessments for the class of membership to which they are returning.
Should you have any questions regarding this change, please feel free to contact Membership Director Jennifer Garrott at 757-440-3110.

PACC Car Decals

Over the summer, we experienced non-members using the Club parking lot. While we do have cameras
in place and team members who assist in identifying non-members attempting to use the parking lot, to
help us more easily identify member vehicles, we’ve obtained PACC decals. The cling-on (non-sticker)
decals can be picked up at the front desk or administrative office and include a white logo on a clear
background. While not mandatory, placing a decal on your vehicle will be a tremendous help to our team
in ensuring our PACC property is protected for members only.

9 Princess Anne Living | September/October 2018

TechnologyTechnology Update

How to Customize your Updating Email Preferences on the Website
Email Preferences
From the home page (My Club) of the private website:
Our email opt-in groups are
ready for you! We have updated • Click My Club on the top navigation menu and select the
our email preference center on My Profile tab
the website and mobile app which
will enable you to customize from which areas of the • Scroll down to the Email Preferences section
Club you’d like to receive information. • Select your Categories of interest
• Select the email account you would like to utilize
• Click Update to save

You can either personally select your preferences using
the step-by-step instructions (to the right) or you
can contact Marketing & Communications Director
Kristen Bunting at 757-440-3111 or kbunting@ to assist.

We want to provide you with the most relevant
communications possible so please select your areas of
interest today!

These are the email groups to choose from:

• Fitness • Tennis - Juniors

• General Club Updates • Tennis - Ladies

• Golf • Tennis

• Pool • Tennis - Men Updating Email Preferences on the Mobile App

• Social Dining • Wine News From the home screen of the mobile app:

• Youth • Click on the hamburger menu ( ), scroll down and select the
Settings tab
Please note:
• Select the Campaigns tab
1. The General Club Updates group is • Select your Categories of interest by touching the slide buttons
vital in order to stay informed about
weekly Club events and receive club- to the right of each listing. Green indicates the category is active,
wide announcements. gray indicates the
category is inactive
2. Specific distribution lists such as • Choose the email
PALG, Swim Team, Tennis Eye account you would
Openers, etc. are managed separately like to utilize
by our team. • An on-screen
notification will
Should you have any questions regarding your Club appear when
emails, please feel free to contact Marketing & activating or
Communications Director Kristen Bunting at deactivating a
757-440-3111 or [email protected]. category

Princess Anne Living | September/October 2018 10

Technology Update

Online Payments

• You can access your statement and recent charges on the website
or mobile app.

• You can click on each charge to view the receipt details.

Payment Options

• By check mailed or dropped off to the Club.
• ACH bank draft can be setup on the website or mobile app. ACH

payments can be made by a member each month.
• Recurring ACH payments can be setup by contacting the accounting

team (please see the contact information below).
• Credit card payment can be made in person at the front desk or by

calling the front desk or accounting team. A 2.75% transaction fee does
apply when using a credit card for payment. Unfortunately, recurring
credit card payments are not available.

Statement/Billing Questions?

A great feature of our new technology system is that it enables the Club team to easily and efficiently
manage the daily Club operations through one, single database.This means each department can assist
you with billing questions to quickly and efficiently resolve statement discrepancies that may occur.

Below is a list of department contacts. Please reach out to them with questions you may have on your
monthly statement so they can personally assist you.

Department Billing Contact Phone Number Email

Aquatics Brian Triolet 757-425-1117 [email protected]

Breakers Monica Au 757-961-2884 [email protected]
Mardy Colling [email protected]
Clubhouse Dining Steve Layden 757-440-3105 [email protected]
Events / Catering McCall Andy [email protected]
Emily Rehmert 757-440-3101 [email protected]
Fitness Andrea Pettay [email protected]
Golf Suzanne Bielat 757-440-3103 [email protected]
Supplements/Lockers/Dues Jennifer Garrott 757-422-3360
Tennis Mary Fay
Wine Paul Rosario 757-440-3110 [email protected]
General Accounting/ Cathie Havrilesky 757-428-7803 [email protected]
Payment Scheduling Denise Johnson 757-440-3114 [email protected]
757-440-3115 [email protected]
757-440-3113 [email protected]

11 Princess Anne Living | September/October 2018

D I N I N G Social & DiningEnjoy lunch & dinner specials every Tuesday - Friday!

Weekly Special Features Breakers


Chesapeake | Brunch Dinner: 4:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Breakers | Brunch
Breakfast: 8:00 - 11:00 am
Clubhouse | Family Night Lunch/Dinner: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm


Clubhouse | 1/2 Price Wine Night Breakfast: 8:00 - 11:00 am
Breakers | Taco Night Brunch: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Lunch/Dinner: 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Upcoming Social/Dining Events
Clubhouse | Chicken and Beer Night
Breakers | Wine Tasting on the Boulevard SUN 9/02 Labor Day Cookout
TUE 9/04 Trivia Night
FRIDAY/SATURDAY FRI 9/07 Happy Hour with Live Music
SAT 9/08 Block Party
Clubhouse | Chef’s Nightly Features TUE 9/11 Beer Dinner with Young Veterans
THU 9/13 Membership Mixer
The Chesapeake THU 9/20 Wine Class

TUESDAY – THURSDAY TUE 10/02 Trivia Night
FRI 10/05 Happy Hour with Live Music
Lunch: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm FRI 10/05 Hayride
Dinner: 6:00 - 9:00 pm FRI 10/12 Craft Beer Fest
WED 10/17 Pumpkin Decorating @ Breakers
FRIDAY/SATURDAY THU 10/18 Daytime Speaker Series
THU 10/18 Wine Dinner
Lunch: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm FRI 10/26 Children’s Halloween
Dinner: 6:00 - 10:00 pm FRI 10/26 Annual Meeting & Dinner

Lounges SAT 11/03 Holiday Wine Tasting
SAT 11/17 Oyster Roast
TUESDAY - FRIDAY | 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

TUESDAY - SUNDAY | 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Make your reservations through our mobile app, the website or by calling the front desk at 428-4141.

Princess Anne Living | September/October 2018 12


on the West Lawn Babysitting available by reservation!

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 | 7:00 - 11:00 PM

Live Entertainment by Dustin Furlow
& Rhythm Street



• Cornhole Smoked Crabcakes | Pulled Pork Mini Sliders | Fried Pimento Cheese Risotto

• Giant Connect Four Buffet

Smoked Shrimp Cocktail | Build-your-own Salad Bar
Broccoli Salad | Cajun Coleslaw
Baked Beans
• Beer Pong Lobster Macaroni and Cheese
House-smoked Pork Ribs
• Adult Inflatable Carved Beef Brisket

Spice-rubbed Jumbo Chicken Wings

• Giant Jenga Southern Pecan Pie
Chess Pie | Apple Cobbler

$45++ Includes Beer & House Wine
Member-signed Bar | Beach Casual Attire


13 Princess Anne Living | September/October 2018

SocialSocial & Dining

Enjoy these weekly specials at your Club!


Enjoy games for the kids and children eat free
with purchase of any adult entrée.

1/2 Price Bottles of Wine.

Valid for bottles under $100.
Not valid on House wine. Dine-in only.

Taco Wednesdays Ch&NicBikgeheenrt
4:00 pm

Night $1.75 Tacos
at Breakers Margarita

Begins October 3! HOT fried chicken Every Thursday

Dinner includes house salad and
traditional southern sides for $13.95++

beer specials!

Princess Anne Living | September/October 2018 14

Social & Dining



Tuesday-Thursday | 5:30-7:30 pm LIVE ENTERTAINMENT | 5:30-7:30 PM

$2.25 Domestic Beers SEPTEMBER 7 | SOMMELIER NIGHT
$3.35 House Liquors High-end bottles of wine offered by the glass
$3.50 Import Beers or by small tastings. (Special bottle/case prices
$3.95 House Wines available this night only)
Entertainment | Robbie Meade
Tuesday all night:
Martini Night – House martinis $5 | Specialty martinis $7 Happy Hour with a complimentary beer tasting
featuring craft selections handpicked by our
Wednesday all night: house Sommelier & Cicerone, JT Garczynski.
Entertainment | Mike Proffitt Duo
½ Price Wine Night (up to $100/bottle)
Thursday all night: Enjoy bubbly tastings (Champagne, Prosecco) and
special cocktails.
½ off all Craft Bottles and Drafts Entertainment | Something Different Duo

FIRST TUESDAYS OF THE MONTH Wine Tasting on the Boulevard

Hosted by Ryan Smith of the golf shop, teams will answer rigorous every Thursday
questions in four rounds to compete for bragging rights and food
and beverage related prizes. All participating teams will receive Try a white and red wine with charcuterie for
discounts on alcohol for the duration of the event. $5.00 and get 10% of your meal at Breakers.
September 4 | October 2
Wine specials throughout the night.



Come LINKHORN LOUNGE 1/2 Price Bottles of Wine.
show 7:00 - 9:00 PM
off your Valid for bottles under $100.
smarts and Not valid on House wine. Dine-in only.
join us for a
good time!

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Social & Dining

6:00 PM RECEPTION | 6:30 PM SEATING | $35++

Four-course dinner including five delicious craft beer by Young Veterans Brewing!

Sunday Brunch INTHE

9:00 am – 2:00 pm

Adults: $14.95++ | Children 3-12: $10.95++
Featuring our made-to-order omelet station,
an array of salads and a variety of
delectable entrées.
Lunch Menu available at 11:00 am

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Social & Dining

Show off your Club to your
friends...bringing guests
is encouraged!

Mingle with your fellow
members & enjoy
complimentary beer,
wine and hors d’oeuvres.

For additional information,
call Membership Director
Jennifer Garrott at 757-440-3110.

MmEiMxBeErR Thursday, September 13
5:30 - 7:30 pm
Prince Charles Room

Complimentary for Wine Society Members!


Thursday, September 20 | 6:30 pm | $25++ per person

Featuring Hank Foiles of Country Vintner.
The volcanic wine class will explore the characteristics of volcanic terroir and
the wines it produces. A perceptible, laser-like linear texture that transcends
grape, variety and region; a palpable austerity and minerality that translates
to smoky, ashy, dusty, chalky textures that no other soil is capable of
producing. Come experience these complex beauties.

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Social & Dining

Friday, October 12 2nd annual
5:30 - 8:30 pm | West Lawn | $35++

Learn about the brewing process and the craft beer industry FESTIVAL
while tasting a variety of local brews! A wine tasting table and light
hors d’oeuvres are also included!





Featuring Local Craft Beers by:

Over 40 Save the
wines to taste! Date!

HOLIDAY Saturday, November 17
4:00 - 8:00 pm
Wine & Beer Specials | Live Entertainment

Save the NOV 03
Date! 6:00 PM


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Social & Dining





Look for details soon on our featured speaker!





Show off your beautiful Club this
holiday season.
Offer your guests an experience
of fine culinary, visual and aural
aesthetics that they’ll remember for
years to come.

Enhanced Amenities We Offer: Music & Entertainment Assistance Audio Visual Equipment
Wine Corkage Table Linens
Valet Parking Piano Dance Floor (Portable)
Coat Check
Coordination of Event Rentals

Considering your next event? Call McCall Andy at 440-3101 to learn what your Club can offer!

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Social & Dining

Hosted by Bo Montgomery, the
fine wine specialist from Republic

FOUNDING FATHERS Come enjoy the wines of those wine
making pioneers who planted some
WINE DINNER | THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18 of the first successful vineyards in this
country while learning their historical
Celebrating Napa Valley’s Wine History relationships to the founding of
our nation. Each wine has been
RECEPTION 6:00 PM | DINNER 6:30 PM | $95++ selected to pair with a great story of
our countrymen and their wines of
historical importance.


Napa Valley


Fumé Blanc (2014)
Juicy apricot and peach fruit mingle
with subtle hints of white sage and an

almond nuttiness.


Salus Chardonnay (2015)
Sun-ripened lemons, poached pears and
tropical blossoms pour onto a medium-
bodied palate of yellow orchard fruit.


1882 Cabernet Sauvignon (2013)
An alluring fragrance of plums, currants,

dried cherries, cocoa and violets
followed by smooth flavors of red fruits

with a hint of almond.


Red Blend (2015)
A tangy, fresh red with green tobacco, light

chocolate and cherries.


Private Selection
Merlot Aged in Rum Barrels
Dominated by plum, black cherry and smoky
oak from extended oak aging.

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7:00PM //
6:00-7:00 PM // FREE COCKTAILS

Get ready for a mix of funk, ATTIRE // CC CASUAL
island and psychedelic jam styles BABYSITTING AVAILABLE

with live music by WoodWork! RSVP through the mobile app, website or
by calling the front desk at 428-4141.

APPETIZERS View the full menu details
online within the event
MENU Lobster Bisque | PACC Fried Oysters registration.

Salt Roasted Beet and Arugula Salad | “Pub” Salad | Chopped Kale Caesar Salad

Roasted Rack of Lamb | Maine Lobster Linguine | Charbroiled Filet Mignon (6 oz.) | Charred Cauliflower Steak

Devil’s Food Madeleines | Classic Opera Cake | Trio of Sorbets

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YouthYouth Activities

TOES See full ad on page 42.
WHO | 3-5 year olds WHEN | Mondays 4:30 – 5:15 pm PRICE | $195 per student

Friday, October 26th

Children’s Halloween

Trick or Treating
on Club Property for ages 6 and under

12:30 - 2:00 pm


Check-in at the Front Desk
at 12:30 pm

Hayride Join us for

Friday, October 5th Pumpkin Decorating
5:30 - 8:00 pm | $10 per family at Breakers
October 17 - 21 | 4:00 - 8:30 pm
Includes hot chocolate, s’mores and crafts

(Departs near flagpole)
Children must be accompanied by an adult.

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The Golden Rules

The Golden Rules of Golf Will Set You Free.

Question: Answer:
Dear Rules Guru, Dear Mrs. S.P. Lash,
Recently my partner and I were in a four-ball When you played the ball from the water hazard
match play tournament at PACC. We were (marked yellow) and the ball came to rest in the
tied after 18 holes and proceeded to number same hazard, Rule 26-2 applied. This rule gives
one, hopefully to break the tie and claim you 3 options:
our title. My partner had decided to go over
the water in two as long as I could get close in 1. Play a ball from where the last stroke from
three. When it was our turn, we knew that I could outside the hazard was played; in this case back
go first. across the water in the fairway;

I’ve hit this shot so many times that I was not worried one bit. 2. Drop a ball, keeping the point where the ball
I hit a beautiful shot that landed on the green but we watched rolled into the hazard from the green directly
in horror as it kept rolling to the right and crossed the yellow between the hole and the spot where the ball
line into the hazard! Needless to say, my partner did not try to is dropped; in this case the spot is not on the
go over in two; but she also laid up and hit her third shot to course, so this option is not available;
the back of the green.
3. Drop a ball at the spot from which the last
I crossed over to the green and found my orange ball right stroke was played, which is where you placed
away. It was in the hazard but it was sitting in the soil and was your ball.
not actually in the water. I felt I could hit it without having to
take a penalty. I was careful not to ground my club and took 4. In addition, under the local rule, you can
a good swing. I must have lost my footing, because my ball drop a ball in the drop zone across the water.
actually went backwards and went into the water! At this time, Unfortunately, when you used option 3, you
I replaced the ball in the original spot in the hazard, from placed the ball instead of dropping it. The
where I last hit it. I knew it would cost me a penalty stroke. penalty in this case is that you were disqualified
for the hole and your partner’s ball had to
I hit the ball out of the hazard and it landed close to the pin. count. (If this were a singles match, the penalty
Now I assumed that I was lying 6 on the green and I made would have been loss of the hole. In stroke play,
my putt for 7. I had two strokes for a net 5. However, my either singles or 4-ball, the penalty is 2 strokes.)
partner had a five with no strokes so we didn’t have to use my
ball. Can you tell me the correct procedure in this instance? What if you had proceeded correctly and dropped the
ball on the spot where you placed it and it rolled into the
From, water?
Mrs. S.P. Lash The drop would cost you 1 stroke, and, since you couldn’t
23 Princess Anne Living | September/October 2018 play the ball in the water, you would have to proceed under

FOR A FREE Until next time, keep the questions coming! -The Mighty Rules Gurus
SLEEVE Submit by emailing us at [email protected]

options 1, or 4 above with an additional penalty stroke. What stroke
would you be playing? You were lying 3 in the hazard, played 4 into
the water, dropped in the hazard, now lying 5 and can’t play the ball so
dropped in the drop zone , now lying 6, playing your 7th stroke.

Note: You did not have to drop the ball in the hazard when it went
deeper into the water; you could have used option 4 and played from
the drop zone and saved a stroke.

short putts

Devoted to short questions and answers.
Questions that look easy but can easily be missed!

When you take relief that requires a penalty stroke, do
you get one or two club lengths for relief?
Other than stroke and distance (which is no club lengths) penalty drops (i.e. unplayable ball, lateral water hazard)
allow two club lengths. Free relief (i.e. cart path, casual water, etc.) allows only one club length from the nearest
point of relief.

If you carry more than 14 clubs and don’t discover it until number 6, how many strokes does
that cost?
In stroke play the penalty is two strokes for each hole with a maximum of four strokes. The penalty is applied to the
first two holes. In match play the state of the match is adjusted by one hole for each hole with too many clubs; the
maximum adjustment is two holes. There are no penalty strokes or loss of hole penalties. How does this work? If you
were three up after the sixth hole, you are now only one up. What if this was discovered after two holes and you were
two down? You are now four down after two. Can you believe it?

Can you always go back to where you last
hit the ball and have a “ do-over” for a one
stroke penalty? Even if it is on the putting
You can always play under penalty of stroke and
distance. Tiger Woods did this on the 13th hole during
the Masters; he putted the ball into the water hazard,
replaced the ball on the spot he putted from and
putted again for a one stroke penalty. If Phil had not
putted his moving ball and let it roll into the bunker, he
could have re-putted from the original spot for a
one stroke penalty.

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CourseGolf Course & Grounds Update

By Allen Dobbs | Golf Course Superintendent Follow information regarding the golf course and
club grounds on our website’s blog or Facebook
A Different Approach to Bunkers and Instagram at @PrincessAnneCC

Hazard: an unavoidable danger or risk, even though often
foreseeable; something causing unavoidable danger, peril, risk, or
difficulty; the absence or lack of predictability; chance; uncertainty.

By definition, bunkers are meant to be hazards on the golf course; however, maintenance crews
around the world have faced the challenge of keeping these hazards playable while minimizing
labor. From hand raking to the Sandpro, the debate rages on of how to effectively cut labor time
spent in the sand while still providing playable, consistent lies.Too firm, too soft, too wet, too
much sand and too little sand. All golfers have their preferences of what a “perfect” bunker is;
however, the consensus among all golfers is that aside from a root canal, the most undesirable
exercise in life is trying to play a plugged lie.The “fried egg” is what we all dread when we see
our ball take a trip to the beach and superintendents across the globe have begun to take a new
approach to prevent this while improving aesthetics, playability and the overall experience.

The Australian (Aussie) Method of raking bunkers caught the eye of golfers and
superintendents worldwide during the 2011 Presidents Cup hosted by Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Australia.This method
presents bunkers with smooth, compacted faces and with finely raked, soft bottoms.The idea behind this style of raking is to
eliminate the plugged lie while reducing labor costs. It appears to be a scenario that will not only benefit golfers, but golf course

maintenance as well.

The USGA conducted a case-study at Pinehurst No. 2 on the Australian Method. Pinehurst
used the back side of a bunker rake to smooth their faces, then allowed them to naturally
weather and form a crust on the surface of the sand.This “crusting” prevented plugged lies
and allowed the ball to trickle down to the raked portion of the bunker. While only raking
the disturbed areas in the bottoms on days with less than 50 golfers, Pinehurst effectively cut
labor in their bunkers by 75%. An added benefit that the crew at Pinehurst noticed was that
the washing of their bunker faces was drastically reduced when allowing the face to naturally
weather and stay compacted.This allows more surface runoff of rainwater and less saturation of
the sand particles.Thus reducing the radial slide of the sand that causes many washouts during

Here at Princess Anne, this is something we have been experimenting with since early spring
of 2018. While testing a few select bunkers we have learned that there are many different ways
to approach the “Aussie Style.” From using weighted lawn roller, to paint rollers to smooth
our bunker faces, we have taken on the task of providing the best bunker conditioning for
our membership. At the end of this trial period, we hope to provide consistency among our
bunkers while minimizing labor spent in the sand. We ask that when you find yourself in one
of our Aussie Bunkers, as you rake yourself out, please leave the face untouched. We have
found that while raking our bunkers, footprints in the smoothed areas are a quick fix whereas
an area that has been raked requires re-compacting and smoothing. We are very appreciative of
all the support we have from our membership and we thank you for working with us through
this process to keep the Princess Anne a world-class club!

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MMeenn’’ss MMeemmbbeerr--MMeemmbbeerr

September 6, 7 & 8, 2018

Stag Night | Thursday, September 6
1:00 pm Shotgun Start | Friday, September 7
10:00 am Shotgun Start | Saturday, September 8

Male Members, or spouses of, who possess a current USGA There will be an optional “Players’ Pool” flight pool and daily
handicap. net and gross skins available that may be entered on Friday
morning at the registration table. The cost is an additional
FORMAT: $100 per player.
Net Best Ball of the twosome, using 90% of the September 1st
handicap. Friday is the only day that teams may request to play STAG NIGHT:
with another team, regardless of their flight. This event is optional. It will be held in the Men’s Lounge
and on the West Lawn for all male Club Members and
FLIGHTS: tournament participants. Cocktails will begin at 5:30 p.m.
Teams will be assigned a flight prior to play according to the and dinner at 6:30 p.m. There will be a Member-signed bar
total team index; however the 2018 Champions may come for wine and cocktails. Draft beer is included with dinner.
from any flight in the regular division. The cost for dinner is $39 per person. Please sign-up online
under “Stag Night” event.
Overall Champion is the low 36-hole net aggregate total which FIELD:
can come from any flight in the regular division. First, second The field will be limited to 60 teams.
and third places in each flight; except for the flight where the
Champion comes from, then there are second and third places ENTRY DEADLINE:
awarded. Noon, Tuesday, September 4.

The Super Senior Member-Member Champion is the low 36-
hole net aggregate total in their respective flight. There will be
second and third places awarded in this flight.

Regular Division: Members age 69 and younger will play
modified black tees. Members 70 and older may choose to
play white tees in the Super Senior Division. Both teammates
playing in the Super Senior Flight must be 70 years or
older. If one member is 69 or younger, they must play from
the black tees and participate in the regular tournament.

Online or call the Golf Pro Shop at 422-3360.

ENTRY FEE: 2017 Champions
The entry fee of $250 per comprehensive supplement Ben & Robert Temple
holder ($300 for non-supplement holders) includes food
and beverages on the course both days, admission to Friday
afternoon hors d’oeuvres (Member-signed bar) and Saturday
night’s ‘Block Party’ dinner/dance with live entertainment by
Dustin Furlow and Rhythm Street. A spouse or guest is included
in this fee (Member-signed bar). Golf carts are not included in
the entry fee and will be charged to each Member participating.

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GolfFrom the Links


Sandra B. Standing Date | Sunday, Sept.23
Husband & Wife Tournament Cost | $25/player Deadline | Friday, Sept. 21
2017 Champions | Vickie & Pat Devine
Captain L.R. Vail
Senior Men’s Club Championship Date | Friday, Sept. 28 – Sunday, Sept. 30
Cost | $25/player Deadline | Tuesday, Sept. 25
Eugene Lee Parker 2017 Champion | Joe Taylor
Senior Ladies’
Club Championship Date | Friday, Sept. 28 – Sunday, Sept. 30
Cost | $25/player (non-PALG)
Deadline | Tuesday, Sept. 25
2017 Champion | Susan Wight

Captain L.R. Vail Date | Friday, Oct. 19 - Sunday, Oct. 21
Super Senior Men’s Club Cost | $25/player Deadline | Friday, Oct. 19
2017 Champion | John Peterson

Super Senior Ladies’ Date | Friday, Oct. 19 - Sunday, Oct. 21
Club Championship Cost | $25/player (non-PALG)
Deadline | Friday, Oct. 19
Glow Golf Tournament
2017 Champion | Joanne Domson

Date | Friday, Oct. 19
Cost | $25/player Deadline | Thursday, Oct. 18

2017 Fall Winners | Chris Speaker, Tom Shadrick,
Vincent Olivieri and Bill Hearst

President’s Cup Date | Friday, Oct. 26 - Saturday, Oct. 27
Cost | $50/player
Drawing Party | Thursday, Oct. 25

2017 Winners | ‘Turf Pros’

PATRIOT GOLF DAY • Labor Day, Monday, September 3,
the golf course will open at 7:00 am
The Princess Anne Country Club and the Pro Shop at 6:30 am.
will once again support the Folds of
Honor Foundation by participating in • Tuesday, September 4, the course will
Patriot Golf Weekend be open.
(over the Labor Day Weekend).
• The golf course will be closed
Over the past five years, the Prin- September 10 – 11 for aerification.
cess Anne Country Club has raised
more than $20,000 for the Folds
of Honor Foundation.

The foundation provides scholar-
ships and assistance for spouses and children of those killed or disabled
in service to America.

The Golf Pro Shop team will be fundraising on the first tee, Saturday,
September 1st & Sunday, September 2nd. Your donation will enter you
for a chance to win a Titleist Yeti Cooler filled with the newest golf gear
and accessories. There will also be a Closest to the Hole prize on the
front nine of the golf course.

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From the Links From the Links

Tournament Results

2018 Ladies Member–Guest

Congratulations to the 2018 Martha Macklin Smith Ladies’ Member-Guest
Champions, Peggy Dunnington and Lou Watson and their guests Micki Campbell
and Becca McKinney.Team Dunnington finished strong with two net birdies on
their 18th hole to secure their victory over Monique Martone, Mary McNeal, Mimi
Boseman and Sarah Gerloff. Both teams shot a fantastic net score of 19 and 18 under
par. Monique Martone, Mary McNeal, Mimi Boseman and Sarah Gerloff won the
Gross Championship with a five over par 145. Kudos to our 2018 Member-Guest
Committee for an event to remember.

Overall Champions: Becca McKinney, Lou Low Gross Winners: Mary McNeal,

Watson, Peggy Dunnington and Micki Campbell Mimi Boseman and Monique Martone

2018 Men’s Member–Guest

Congratulations to our 2018 James G. Parke
Men’s Member-Guest Champions, Mike
Folck and Chris Watson! Runners up were
Roger Newsom and Charlie McDowell.

Flight Winners

First Flight | Chris & Pat Devine

Second Flight | Mike Folck & Chris Watson

Third Flight | Billy Donigan & Bill Witman

Fourth Flight | Bill McClanan & Mike Davis

Fifth Flight | Pat Shuler & Brian Carson

Sixth Flight | Troy Heselius & Jamie Nalls

Seventh Flight | Bob & AJ Tata

Eighth Flight | Mike Disharoon & Ben Hoover

Wild Card | Roger Newsom and Overall Champions: Mike Folck and
Charlie McDowell Chris Watson

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From the Links

2018 Ladies Member–Member

Congratulations Donna Hicks and Sally

Curry on winning the 2018 Ladies Member-

Member tournament.They finished with

a birdie on 17 and a net par on 18 to claim

the title by one stroke over Lou Watson and

Glenda McKinnon.The Hicks/Curry team

had a stellar round firing a 10 under par 60.

The team of Neff/Holland won the gross

division. First flight winners were the team of

Odom/Williams and second flight winners

were the team of Watson/McKinnon.Thank

you, ladies, for participating in this year’s event! Overall Champions: Sally Curry and
Donna Hicks

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From the Links From the Links

2018 Parent-Child Tournament

Overall Champion
Louis & Andrew Jordan won the Parent/Child with a great gross score of 70.The duo
played a solid round of golf, shooting a 36 on the front nine and finishing with a 34
on the back nine to claim the title.
16 and Older Low Net
Allan & Pretlow Parrott won the 16 and older flight with a great score of 68 net.They
finished strong with three birdies on the back nine.
13-15 Flight Low Net
Billy & Van McClanan won the low net for the 13-15 age flight.They had a great
score of 73 net.The duo finished strong with a 35 net on the back nine.
12 & Under Flight Low Gross
Robbie & Will Bradshaw won the low gross for the 12 & under nine hole division
with a score of 31.They had a fantastic nine holes with three birdies and an eagle on
hole 6.
12 & Under Flight Low Net
Shaun & Alex Rai won the low net for the 12 & under division with a score of 34 net.
The father-son team had a great day with two birdies and an eagle on hole 8.

Overall Champions: Louis & Andrew Jordan 16 & Older | Low Net: Allan & Pretlow Parrott

13-15 Flight | Low Net: 12 & Under | Low Gross: 12 & Under | Low Net: 9 Hole | Low Net Winners:
Billy & Van McClanan Robbie & Will Bradshaw Shaun & Alex Rai
Jim & Mac Wilson
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From the Links

2018 Men’s Triumvirate

Congratulations to our 2018 Triumvirate team for capturing their fourth straight title!
The PACC team total of 39 under par was 16 strokes better than Bayville (23 under
total) and an impressive 54 strokes better than Cavalier (15 over total)! With the
four-peat complete, the team is looking forward to defending again at Cavalier next
August! Thank you to all of our players!

Gross: Matt Liebler, PGA , Brad Shoemaker, Roger Newsom, Robbie Bradshaw, Skip Zobel, Chris
Devine , John Watson and Matt Angelelli.
Net:Tom Hyman, Aaron Legum, Cecil Cutchins, John Wilson, Bill Fairchild, Ben Temple, Mike
Clark, Jimmy Nash,Tom Barton, Mark LLobel, Keith Smedley, Brian Long, Chip Cutchins, Lee
Summers, Sam Steingold and Scott Ferros.

First Annual Ladies’ Triumvirate

In an effort to create more interclub competition, Princess Anne, Cavalier G&YC and
Bayville GC decided to create a Ladies’Triumvirate.The first annual event took place
at Bayville Golf Club. Our ladies’ played well, but a strong Bayville team took the
title, finishing even for the day. Cavalier finished in second at 12 over par and Princess
Anne finished third at 19 over par. We look forward to competing again next year!

Triumvirate Team: Sally Curry, Janet Ellis, Peggy Dunnington,Talbott Jordan, Joanne Domson,
Alice Striffler, Jeanne Beck, Donna Hicks, Mary McNeal, Carol Temple, Susan Wight and Sarah
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From the Links

2018 Beck and Paolini Award Winner

Blake Heselius
The recipient of this annual award shall demonstrate the traits of personal character, strong
work ethic and academic achievement as personified by Evan Beck and Brinson Paolini.

Blake Heselius is our 2018 Beck/Paolini Award winner. Blake is an active junior golfer at
Princess Anne and he captained our Junior League to an undefeated, championship year!
Blake is always willing to step up and help young golfers with club selection and etiquette.
He is a true gentleman on and of the course and his hard work and dedication shine through
in his success in both baseball and golf. Blake personifies the Princess Anne Junior Golf
model ‘PACC - Producing Another Class of Champions’.

Prior Beck and PaoliniTrophy Winners:

2009 Alex Swan 2012 Olivia Jones 2015 Carson Poulos Blake Heselius
2010 Tommy Barton 2013 Jack Limroth 2016 Miller Carr
2011 Will Clark 2014 Nicholas Roland 2017 Alex Rai

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TennisFrom the Courts

Pro Shop News

You will be hard pressed to find any top-of-the-line Wilson Baiardo stringing machines anywhere in Hampton Roads much
less two side-by-side like we have in our pro shop.These are state-of-the-art, all-electric machines known for their accuracy in
producing precise tensions over and over again.They are the same machines used to string pro’s racquets at the US Open and
are one more reason we have people coming to us from all over to provide their stringing. Another thing you’ll notice when
you come into our shop is we have a lot of merchandise carrying our logo from shirts to hats, visors and bags. We also offer
embroidery on most items if you so choose.

John’s Tip | To Serve or Not to Serve First

Those of you that watched Wimbledon over the fortnight probably
noticed that when players won the coin toss some elected to serve while
others elected to receive so which should it be?

The answer is that it depends. Most of us that are human will typically
experience some or a lot of nerves at the beginning of a match, especially if
you have thousands of people staring at you while you go into your service
motion! Nerves can disrupt your rhythm and timing not to mention your
coordination, so I always advise to defer. It is, however, a big advantage to
serve first if you have a really strong serve and have confidence in it.This
way your opponent has all the pressure of catching up on their service
games, especially at the end of a set. So, if you have a big serve, are less prone to nerves and are not a slow starter, then serve
first. For the rest of us, defer and concentrate on breaking the opponent’s serve in the very first game while they’re still not
fully warmed up.

Upcoming Tennis Events


Member/Member Doubles Club Championship Friday, August 31 – Sunday, September 2

Spindle Cup (@ CCV) Saturday, September 8 – Sunday, September 9

Select Automotive USTA Junior Tournament Friday, September 28 – Sunday, September 30


Member/Member Mixed Doubles Tournament Friday, October 5 – Sunday, October 7

Junior Country Club Cup (@CCV) Sunday, October 7

Tennis Bubble Installation End of October


Thanksgiving Day Aerobics Thursday, November 22

Thanksgiving Classic L5 USTA Tournament Friday, November 23 – Sunday, November 25


Holiday Camp TBD

33 Princess Anne Living | September/October 2018

From the Courts

Tournament Results

Fun Cup

We had a strong lineup for Fun Cup this year John Fraser, Julie Brown, Kristina Chastain, Neil Sullivan, Liz Long, Dan Morrall,
with high hopes of bringing back the Cup. Beth Skolnick, Neil Richards, Andy Hinkle.
After a full day of tennis it came down to just Not Pictured: Aden Murray, Kevin O’Connor, John Gill, Brady McNaughton, Michelle
one tie breaker that had we won it the Cup Fox, Peggy Jones, Marie Clunan, Mike Perkins, Jonathan Lazarow, Frances Lazarow,
would’ve been ours, but having lost it put us Adam Long, Don Crigger, Debby Levi, Suzy Breit, Chris Poulos, Sherri Miles, Sam
down to 3rd place. Oh well, that’s how it goes Steingold, William Haycox, Bonnie Green, Sally Ortiz, Robert Mills.
sometimes but we’ll be back! A huge thanks
to all our Cup participants who took time out
of their busy weekend to go to battle for us.

Here are the Fun Cup results:
1st – NYCC 2nd – VBTCC
3rd – PACC 4th – Cavalier

Anderson Cup

What an exciting weekend we had up at

CCV in Richmond for the 57th Annual

Anderson Cup ladies competition! We had

a rocky start to the weekend with our best

player, Bekki Jucksch, taking herself out of

the singles lineup with a foot injury, but

still willing to soldier on in doubles. We

asked Megan Hupp who was currently in

Spindle Cup try outs, to join the team. She

graciously accepted, even given the short

notice, and then we bumped everyone up a

spot. It turned out that Megan was our only Andy Hinkle, Annabelle Stiffler, Debby Levi, Amy Paschold, Mariah Standing, Bekki

singles win out of the six positions on Friday, Jucksch, Avery Jucksch, Megan Hupp, John Fraser. Not Pictured: Toby Fanney, Linda

but we hung in there and swept all three Gayle.

doubles positions! This put us in a second

place tied with Farmington with four points to CCV’s seven. On day two we managed to get four singles wins from

Debby Levi, Amy Paschold, Toby Fanney and Linda Gayle. We solidified our second place by getting two more wins

in doubles from Annabelle Stiffler and Amy Paschold who were down 5-1 in the first set before winning six straight

games to win it! Megan Hupp and Mariah Standing were the other winners, surviving a 3-0 deficit in the third set to

win! PACC finished only four points behind the mighty CCV and took second place for the second year in a row! I

couldn’t have been prouder of the way they fought for every point. Please give our gals a high five if you see them!

Final score: CCV – 14 PACC – 10 FCC – 6 NYCC – 6

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From the Courts

Virginia Cup

This event featured our best male players in

the 24th Annual Virginia Cup. Our team

won one more match than they did last year.

So, while we were still in fourth place we are

moving in the right direction against some

pretty stiff competition from former ODU

players that make up the majority of NYCC’s

team and Westwood who also have several

ex college players on their roster. In the end,

PACC’s top team of Britt Visser and Travis

Bode spoiled CCV’s chance to make it a

3 way tie with NYCC and Westwood by Brady McNaughton, Travis Bode, John Fraser, David Jacobs, Neil Brown, Jaime Conley,

beating their number one team 10-8 in the Brandon Beavers, Britt Visser. Not Pictured: Tappan August.

3rd set tie breaker! Here were the results:

1st – Westwood 2nd – NYCC 3rd – CCV 4th – PACC

Team Players: Britt Visser, Neil Brown, Stuart Sim, Charles Einwick, Chad Lesley, Kent McCammon, Jeff Breit and
Jaime Conley.

Tidewater Cup

It turned out to be a perfect day for our 25th Annual Tidewater Cup Men’s Doubles competition with very little wind and a
nice cool temperature for the players. Unfortunately, the tennis part did not go so well for Team PACC where we struggled
right out of the gate to get wins. Out of the five morning matches, we managed one win from Chris Poulos and Neil
Richards.Then, out of the five afternoon matches, we got another win from Chris Poulos and Neil Richards, who both played
superbly, as well as one from Sam Steingold and Brady McNaughton. With three wins total we fell behind Elizabeth Manor
who finished third with four total points, Cavalier who finished second with six total and Norfolk Yacht who won with seven
points.Team PACC has won this Cup twelve times in the last 25 years so we have no doubt we will get the Cup back soon! A
huge thanks to all our guys for all their efforts and taking time out of their busy weekends to play for their club.

Ira Steingold, Chris Poulos, Neil Richards, Sam
Steingold, Brady McNaughton, John Fraser, Rickey
Jacobson, Ed Putney. Not Pictured: Rod Buffington,
Bryan Plumlee, Robbie Berndt, Charles Einwick,
Mike Perkins.

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Adult Singles Club Championship

It was another successful year for our Adult Singles Club Championship with over 80 participants throughout seven divisions!
We crowned some new club champions this year as well as celebrated repeat winners. Here were the results:

(No picture available)

Men’s Open Women’s Open Women’sA Men’s A
Britt Visser (left) def. Debby Levi (right) def. Traci Shoemaker (right) def. Chip Cutchins def.

Travis Bode Beverly Best Whitney Harding Chris Poulos

A huge thanks to all our
participants for making it
another record breaking
Singles Club Championship!

Men’s B Women’s B Men’s Senior
Bill Kamarek def. Lexi Rawls (right) def. Richard Doummar (left)

Russell Lyons Sally Ortiz def. Grey Martin

Rush & Crush Social

For the 28 people that signed up for this
event, this was by far the best social tennis
event we’ve ever put on. It was fun, fast-paced,
very little down time, plenty of different
match-ups and, above all, was done in one
hour! We served orange crushes and had all
six pros out there feeding so that play was

continuous. We will certainly be doing more
of these in the near future.

Brian Horan, Greg Deaver,
Beth Skolnick, Leslie Cutchins, Nicole Legum,
Tracy Horan, Chip Cutchins, Lisa Deaver,
Brandon Beavers, John Fraser, Nathan Bolling,
Jill King, Jesse King, Lexi Rawls,
David Holland.

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From the Courts

Member-Guest Doubles Tournament

Those of you that either played or came to watch this year’s Member-Guest Doubles tournament would probably agree that it
was one of the best we’ve ever had in terms of turn outs and quality of the matches. So many players went the distance putting
us about an hour behind schedule for the finals on Sunday which ended with an epic Men’s Open final between the number two
seeds, Neil Brown and Nick Kohler against George Mason’s Ryan Charles and Erick Rivas. It was a spectacular see-saw battle
with the youngsters coming out on top in the end by just two points. A huge thanks to all who came out making it a truly special
event. Check out the results below:

Men’s Open Women’s Open Men’s A Women’sA
Bonnie Rose /Beth Kulas
Ryan Charles/Erick Rivas def. Bekki Jucksch/Chris Witherspoon def. Chris Poulos/Justin McDaniel def. Lisa Deaver/Kim McClemon

Neil Brown/Nic Kohler Meridith Brady/Michele Dallman def. Stuart Sim/Greg Goodall

Men’s B Women’s B Men’s Seniors
Robert Mills/Adam Lotkin def. Margie Lee/Anne Abraham def. Ricky Stevens/Mike Sullivan def.

Michael Denk/Sam Finney Tracy Horan/Mollie Gioffre Ira Steingold/Jerry Scott

Consolation Winners • Women’s A: Nicole Legum/Anja Nilssen

• Men’s Open: Brad Hobbs/Ryan Davidson
• Men’s A: Don Crigger/Dave Savino

High School Tennis | Cox Boy’s Team

The big news this spring for high school tennis was an all-PACC Cox High
School boys’ tennis team coached by John Fraser (Volunteer Assistant) and
Jose Benjumea (Head Coach) going undefeated in the regular season and
making it to the State finals against Chantilly High School from DC.

If you haven’t heard about their nearly flawless season, Cox High School’s
boys’ team consisted exclusively of our very own PACC Junior Program
participants who played the regular season winning a whopping 89 out of a possible 90 individual matches! Had they gone on to
win states this year it would have been the first time since 1983 that a public boys high school team from Hampton Roads had
won a state championship! Alas, it wasn’t to be as they ran into a buzz saw from Northern VA in Chantilly High School who
consisted of all highly polished, elite academy players that seemingly had no weaknesses. Nevertheless, it was a fantastic run for
our boys, here was the Cox lineup:

Singles | 1. Bryon Toner 2. Jonathan Mo 3. Ashton Legum 4. Barrett Foster 5. Riley Summers 6. Aiden O’Connor
Doubles | 1.Toner/Legum 2. Mo/Foster 3. Summers/O’Connor

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Junior News

One of our own young talents, Joseph Hobbs, has been tearing up the junior

circuit recently notching up some of the biggest wins of any PACC junior

before, beating the no. 14th ranked kid in the country on his way to winning

a National selection tournament in Greensboro, NC in May.The following

month he continued his run by defeating the 25th and 26th kid in the nation

respectively in the same tournament! Yes, you read that right and he achieved

these results on his way to winning another national selection tournament

without dropping a set. Joseph has now won two national doubles titles as well

as two national singles titles bringing his total to four. He is 12 years old and

the younger son of Brad and Molly Hobbs. He’s currently ranked no. 2 in the

Mid Atlantic for U12’s after winning the Mid Atlantic singles and doubles JosephHobbs CharlesHobbs

titles and no. 24 in the nation but, by all accounts, is on target to crack the top

10 by the year’s end. His older brother Charles, age 14, is a very accomplished tennis player in his own right making first team

All TCIS as an 8th grader playing for Norfolk Christian this year in both singles and doubles.

JTT U10 Intermediate Team in Regionals Tournament

One of our JTT U10 Intermediate teams is heading to Regionals for their
first post-season competition.This is an all-boy team who went undefeated
in their regular season and are now on their way to compete with the best
from Northern VA, DC, Maryland and Richmond.The team was co-
captained by Tracy Horan and Sheridan Conley.The Regional tournament is
to be played at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg.


Summer Camp

It was a summer full of kids’ camps! We have seen a ton of kids come through our doors which is great to see and we
hope they’ll continue once they’re back at school.

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FitnessLifestyles & Fitness

Summer Fitness Highlights

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Lifestyles & Fitness

Fitness Success Story | Melissa Buffington MELISSA | FAST 5

What prompted you to begin working with your trainer? 1. Fave mode of exercise:
When I turned 60 and after 40 years with type 1 diabetes, I realized that I the strength training sessions
needed professional help to get in shape. Nothing says NOW like turning 60!
2. Fave place to drink wine:
How would you describe the workouts? over dinner with my
My workouts with Crissy are fun, challenging and invigorating. husband Rod!

Do you do other workouts/activities when not with your trainer? 3. Fave healthy snack:
In addition to strength and balance training, I have also added a couple of the almonds
PACC spin classes to my weekly routine and try to get an elliptical workout in
each week. 4. Fave inspirational quote:
I love “just do it”
Has your diet changed? If so, how?
My diet has not really changed. I have always followed a balanced low 5. Favorite hobby:
carbohydrate diet for managing my diabetes. Cooking!

Are there any obstacles you had to overcome with regard to eating or exercising?
My only obstacles with exercise were mental and emotional. Crissy has done a
great job of accommodating any joint issues that originally concerned me.

What physical results have you seen?
My arms are stronger now and no longer remind me of my grandmother.
My clothes fit better. I love it! I am “wired pretty tight” as a person and the
workouts provide a great outlet for stress and a positive use of energy.

Have you noticed changes in other areas of your life as a result of your training
I feel so much better physically and mentally since I started working with
Crissy. It’s kind of amazing.

What do you like best about working out with Crissy?
For me, motivation used to be challenging but my workouts with Crissy are so
much fun and the energy of the classes helped with the daily motivation part.
Now, I miss it when I don’t work out.

What advice would you give someone considering working out with a trainer?
Find a trainer whose personality meshes
with yours and commit to your partnership
with that person. It’s the best thing I’ve done
for myself in a long, long time (maybe ever)!

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7’s Workout 1
No equipment needed. Take this on vacation or just a quick 3
routine to do at home. Here are seven exercises. Use these or 4
change them up to suite you best. Perform seven repetitions 5
of each to complete one round. Continue through for seven 6
rounds. 7

1. SQUATS: Stand with your feet hip distance apart.
Keeping the chest up and torso tall, bend the knees and
come down into the deepest squat you can. Return to

2. CHAIR DIPS: Place your fingers over the edge of a chair.
Slide your hips off the chair so that your arms are
supporting your body. Bend at the elbows to 90 degrees
and return to straight elbows.

3. STATIONARY LUNGES: Begin in a split stance with a large
distance between your front and back foot. Maintain a
tall chest throughout. Bend both knees and return to
the starting position. Perform seven reps on each side.

4. PUSH UPS: Either on your knees or toes, begin with
your hands directly below your shoulders. Your body
should be in a straight line from head to toe (or knees).
Bend at the elbows to lower your body and return to
straight arms.

position, keep the body in a straight line from head to
toes. Bend the right knee towards the left elbow and
return to plank. Bend the left knee towards the right
elbow and return to plank. Perform seven reps on each

6. V-SITS: Begin in a seated position with your hands
supporting you behind your hips. Crunch the legs into
the chest and the torso towards the knees. Kick the
legs out to straight as you lean back with your torso to
resemble the letter “V”.

7. STEP OUT SQUATS: Start in a tall standing position.
Step out with the right leg and bend both knees straight
ahead. Return to start. Step out with the left leg and
bend both knees straight ahead. Return to start. Perform
seven reps on each side.

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WHO | 3-5 year olds

WHEN | Mondays
4:30 – 5:15 pm

WHERE | Seapines Room

PRICE | $195 per student
for the 8 week course

Classes begin Monday,
September 10 and end with

our final class and in-class
performance for family on

Monday, October 29

Get ready to bust a move!
Starting this September Amy Stockunas will come to PACC and conduct an Intro to Ballet & Jazz
Dance Camp for 3- 5 year olds. Explore basic skills and terminology in ballet and jazz. Develop
coordination, musicality and rhythm, and learn body awareness to improve posture, strength and
flexibility. Gain poise and confidence while appreciating the art of dance. During our eight weeks of
class, students will learn a full dance routine to music. Parents are invited to attend the final class
on October 29 to watch what the dancers have learned and enjoy a performance of the ballet/jazz
routine that they have worked on all camp!


Join us for this free Pilot Class!

DANCE A dance fitness class with vibrant music
YOUR combining interval low impact movements.
WAY TO Begin and end each class with a full body stretch.
Learn step-by-step choreographed dance moves
put to music. You will leave with a fun dance routine

& a great cardio workout! Stretch and strengthen
your muscles while enjoying your favorite songs.

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AquaticsFrom the Deep End

By Brian Triolet, Aquatics Director Medley Relay (2:01.97), Carter Inman, Jack Poteran, Parker
Harding and Liza Cutchins – 6 and Under 100 meter Mixed
It won’t be long now before we bring an end to pool season at Freestyle Relay (1:35.23). Please join me in congratulating our
PACC. I hope that all of you have felt like the pool staff have swimmers and coaches for all of their hard work and dedication
exceeded your expectations. If we did not make this season one this season.
of the best for you and your family, please let me, the pool staff
or the Pool Committee members know! I would like to take this In closing, I would like to thank all of the families that
opportunity to thank the lifeguard staff.Throughout the season, supported PACC Breakers this season; with special thanks to
their commitment to a safe pool environment never waivered. everyone who volunteered to help with meet set-up, scoring,
judging and timing. I would also like to extend our gratitude
Thanks to the leadership of our coaching staff, Kate Lorenz to our team sponsors who gave generously to help maintain a
and Molly Cassidy, our diving team has enjoyed much success. high quality swimming and diving program. Lastly, would like
With their efforts, we were able to host three home meets. to thank the Pool Committee for all of their support and advice
Their season culminated in the PACC Diving Invitational. and their tireless efforts supporting all of the activities at the
Congratulations to the dive coaches, parents and divers for such pool this summer.
a wonderful season.
Even though the first day of school is almost upon us, we
Our swim coaches, Matt Baskette, Andrew Barstow, Ashley are still open for adult swimmers throughout September and
Birkebile and Mary Frances Smith also had a wonderful open weekends for the general membership and their guests.
season with 115 swimmers representing the PACC Breakers, Make a note of the dates and times for September as they are
competing at the Marlin Divisional meet and 36 qualifying for listed in this publication and come on out to the pool for some
All-Stars.Though their record didn’t show it, the swimmers had relaxation. Remember, our pool is heated and the warm water
a great season with many personal bests and team records. Our might be just the thing to help bring an end to those great days
swimmers also competed well at the Divisional meet finishing of summer.
second overall. Several PACC records were broken.The
following swimmers set new PACC records; Hours of Operation for September
Callie Dickinson - Girls 18 & Under 100 meter Individual
Medley (1:06.61), Liza Pridgen – Girls 10 and Under 50 meter September 3 (Labor Day)
Freestyle (34.05), Connor Horan – Boys 8 and Under 25 meter
Freestyle (need time), Liza Cutchins – Girls 6 and Under 25 Members/Guests 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
meter Freestyle (21.10) and the Girls 6 and Under 25 meter
Backstroke (25.29). Dan Bannon, Callie Dickinson, Woody Weekends in September 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Parsons and Liza Cutchins - 18 and Under 200 meter Mixed Members/Guests

43 Princess Anne Living | September/October 2018 Adults may swim every day in September from 5:30 am-10:00 am.

2018 Divisional Swimming Championship Results


Jack Poteran 6 and Under 25m Free 3rd Andrew Buchanan 10 and Under 25m Breast 5th
Teddy Delyannis 6 and Under 25m Back 1st
Maria Delyannis 10 and Under 25m Breast 1st
25m Back 2nd
25m Breast 6th
INDIVIDUAL EVENTS Parker Harding 6 and Under 25m Free 4th Elise Marie Standing 10 and Under 50m Free 3rd
Oliver McCammon 12 and Under 100m IM 6th
25m Free 1st 50m Fly 1st
Liza Cutchins 6 and Under 25m Back 1st 50m Breast 6th
25m Fly 2nd
Xander Willis 12 and Under 50m Free 1st
Carter Inman 6 and Under 25m Free 3rd Will Foley 12 and Under 50m Back 3rd
25m Back 5th 50m Fly 3rd
Sallie Carter McCabe 8 and Under 25m Fly 5th 50m Breast 4th
25m Free 1st 50m Back 6th
25m Back 4th Olivia McCammon 14 and Under 50m Breast 5th
25m Fly 4th
Connor Horan 8 and Under 25m Free 6th 100m IM 4th

Charlie Braithwaite 8 and Under Rose Bannon 14 and Under 50m Fly 5th
John Foley 14 and Under
Banks Brown 8 and Under 25m Free 2nd Cate Ware 14 and Under 50m Free 1st
Guil Ware 18 and Under 100m IM 2nd
George Temple 8 and Under 50m Free 2nd 50m Fly 1st
Betsy McCabe 8 and Under Sam Stanton 18 and Under 50m Free 4th
Marlee Brown 8 and Under 50m Free 2nd 100 IM 5th
Jack Watson 8 and Under 25m Back 4th Liza Ware 18 and Under 50m Back 4th
Lea Poteran 8 and Under 50m Free 3rd 50m Free 1st
25m Breast 3rd 100m IM 5th
25m Breast 1st 50m Back 1st
25m Back 3rd 50m Free 2nd
50m Back 4th
25m Breast 5th 50m Fly 2nd
50m Back 4th
Abigail McCammon 18 and Under 50m Fly 4th

Liddy Lehmkuhler 10 and Under 25m Free 6th Elizabeth Parsons 18 and Under
Liza Pridgen 10 and Under 50m Free 1st
25m Back 2nd
25m Fly 1st


6 and Under 100 m Mixed Freestyle Carter Inman, Jack Poteran, Parker Harding, Liza Cutchins 1st
8 & Under 100m Mixed Freestyle
RELAY EVENTS 10 & Under 100m Mixed Freestyle Jack Watson, Sallie Carter McCabe, Banks Brown, Connor Horan 1st
12 & Under 100m Mixed Freestyle
14 & Under 200m Mixed Freestyle Elise Marie Standing, Andrew Buchanan, George Temple, Liza Pridgen 6th
18 and Under 200 m Mixed Freestyle
8 and Under Boys 100 m Freestyle Oliver McCammon, Maria Delyannis, Rachael Buchanan, Will Foley 6th
8 and Under Girls 100 m Freestyle
10 and Under Boys 100 m Freestyle John Foley, Ben Savage, Olivia McCammon, Cate Ware 5th
10 and Under Girls 100 m Freestyle
12 and Under Boys 100 m Freestyle Sam Stanton, Liza Ware, Abigail McCammon, Guil Ware 1st
12 and Under Girls 100 m Freestyle
14 and Under Boys 200 m Freestyle Charlie Braithwaite, Oliver Wynne, Jack Watson, Connor Horan 1st
14 and Under Girls 200 m Freestyle
18 and Under Mixed 200 m Medley Sallie Carter McCabe, Marlee Brown, Betsy McCabe, Banks Brown 2nd

Vaughan Cutchins, Andrew Buchanan, Luke Buchanan, George Temple 6th

Liddy Lehmkuhler, Elise Marie Standing, Caroline Willis, Liza Pridgen 3rd

Oliver McCammon, Blake Heselius, Xander Willis, Will Foley 2nd

Maria Delyannis, Helen McCabe, Bella Roland, Rachael Buchanan 6th

Ben Savage, Leo Delyannis, Reed Rader, John Foley 6th

Olivia McCammon, Rose Bannon, Qui Braithwaite, Cate Ware 3rd

Guil Ware, Sam Stanton, Abigail McCammon, Liza Ware 1st

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From the Deep End

2018 Awards of Excellence

Diving and Swimming Awards

During the end-of-the-year dive/swim banquet, the following awards were given to the best performers of the season.

Liza Pridgen
This award is given to the best diver each season.The coaches watched the PACC divers in an
attempt to pick the MVP. Meet performance, determination, concentration and desire all play
some part in the decision to pick the best.

Leni Jolly
This award goes to the diver that showed the most improvement. In a sport where subjective
decisions determine champions, the decision of the most improved diver may come down to a
decision based on a feeling. It might be something a coach sees in dive practice or maybe that
special performance witnessed at a dual dive meet that helps make the decision. Certainly, place
finishes throughout the regular season can help in the decision.

Elizabeth Parsons
This award is presented to the most outstanding swimmer of the season.The decision of
most outstanding swimmer is determined by time improvements, finishes in dual meets and
championship performances. In recent times, dedication to the sport of swimming over several
seasons along with an enthusiastic love for the sport have played a role in the decision making

Caroline Willis
This award goes to the swimmer that shows enthusiasm, passion and commitment.The coaching
staff looked closely for an enthusiastic swimmer that is excited by his/her own swimming and
encourages others to be excited about their swimming. His/her commitment to “perfect” practice
on a consistent basis will also weigh heavily on the decision. Finally, a passion to be the best they
can be plus the positive effect they have on both the other swimmers and the coaches will also be

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From the Deep End

During the end-of-the-year dive/swim banquet, the following awards were given to the best performers of the


Six & Under Nine & Under

Jack Poteran / Liza Cutchins Elizabeth Grant
Coach’s Award Coach’s Award
Helen McCabe
Teddy Delyannis / Carter Inman
Ten & Eleven
Eight & Under MVPs
Liza Pridgen
Connor Horan / Banks Brown Coach’s Award
Coach’s Award Bennett Meddows / Caroline Willis

Owen McDonald / Marlee Brown Twelve & Thirteen
Ten & Under
MVPs Nicholas Pierce
Coach’s Award
George Temple / Liza Pridgen Sully Meddows
Coach’s Award
VBSL Record!
Luke Buchanan / Maria Delyannis

Twelve & Under

Oliver McCammon / Lila Ware
Coach’s Award

Marisol Chesla/Rachel Buchanan

Fourteen & Up

Leo Delyannis / Olivia McCammon
Coach’s Award

Carson Poulos / Rose Bannon

DIVE TEAM Congratulations to these amazing ladies and gentlemen who set a
new record in the Mixed 18 and under 200 meter Medley Relay
Seven & Under with a time of 2:01.97! (L-R) Liza Ware, Dan Bannon, Woody
MVPs Parsons and Callie Dickinson have been leading the PACC
Breakers Swim Team since they were 6 years old.
Will Bradshaw / Abigail Grant
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Harrison Kraus / Sally McCabe

From the Deep End

Congratulations PACC All-Stars

Rose Bannon Connor Horan Sam Stanton
Charlie Braithwaite
Quin Braithwaite Carter Inman Cate Ware
Marlee Brown
Banks Brown Liddy Lehmekuhler Guil Ware
Andrew Buchanan
Liza Cutchins Betsy McCabe Liza Ware
Vaughan Cutchins
Maria Delyannis Sallie Carter McCabe Jack Watson
Teddy Delyannis
John Foley Abigail McCammon Xander Willis
Will Foley
Parker Harding Oliver McCammon Caroline Willis
Blake Heselius
Olivia McCammon Oliver Wynne

Elizabeth Parsons

Jack Poteran

Lea Poteran

Liza Pridgen 2018 PACC Swim and Dive Team

Ben Savage

Elise Marie Standing


Mixed 6 & Under 100m Free Carter Inman, Jack Poteran, Parker Harding, Liza Cutchins 3rd
Mixed 8 & Under 100m Free Jack Watson, Sallie Carter McCabe, Banks Brown, Connor Horan 11th
Mixed 14 & Under 100m Free Oliver McCammon, Ben Savage, Olivia McCammon, Cate Ware 4th
Mixed 18 & Under 100m Free Sam Stanton, Rose Bannon, Abigail McCammon, Guil Ware 6th
Boys 8 & Under 100m Free Charlie Braithwaite, Oliver Wynne, Jack Watson, Connor Horan

Girls 8 & Under 100m Free Sallie Carter McCabe, Marlee Brown, Betsy McCabe, Banks Brown

Girls 10 & Under 100m Free Maria Delyannis, Caroline Willis, Liddy Lehmkuhler, Liza Pridgen

Boys 12 & Under 100m Free Oliver McCammon, Christian Braithwaite, Xander Willis, Will Foley

Girls 14 & Under 200m Free Olivia McCammon, Rose Bannon, Quin Braithwaite, Cate Ware
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Boys 6 & Under 25 Free Jack Poteran 1st Boys 18 & Under Back Sam Stanton 4th
Girls 6 & Under 25 Free Liza Cutchins 6th Girls 18 & Under Back Liza Ware 6th
Carter Inman 4th
7th Liza Cutchins 4th
3rd Girls 8 & Under Fly
Boys 8 & Under 25 Free Connor Horan 6th Sallie Carter McCabe 10th
Girls 8 & Under 25 Free Banks Brown 12th Girls 10 & Under 25 Fly Liza Pridgen 4th
Boys 8 & Under 50 free Jack Watson 4th Boys 12 & Under 50 Fly Oliver McCammon 3rd
1st Will Foley 9th
Girls 8 & Under 50 Free Marlee Brown 3rd
Betsy McCabe 4th Girls 14 & Under 50 Fly Cate Warw 12th
Girls 10 & Under 50 Free Liza Pridgen 11th Boys 18 & Under 50 Fly Guil Ware 5th
Boys 12 & Under 50 Free Oliver McCammon 11th Girls 18 & Under 50 Fly Abigail McCammon 4th
Will Foley 8th
Girls 14 & Under 50 Free Cate Ware 10th
Boys 18 & Under 50 Free Guil Ware 7th
Sam Stanton 11th
Girls 18 & Under 50 Free Abigail McCammon 1st
Boys 8 & Under 25 Breast Jack Watson 8th
Girls 8 & Under 25 Breast Marlee Brown 3rd

Boys 10 & Under 25 Breast Vaughan Cutchins
Andrew Buchanan

Girls 10 & Under Breast Maria Delyannis

Boys 12 & Under 50 Breast Xander Willis

Girls 14 & Under 50 Breast Olivia McCammon
Rose Bannon

Girls 18 & Under 50 Breast Abigail McCammon

Boys 12 & Under 100 IM Oliver McCammon

Boys 18 & Under 100 IM Guil Ware
Sam Stanton

Boys 6 & Under 25 Back Teddy Delyannis

Girls 6 & Under 25 Back Liza Cutchins

Boys 8 & Under 25 Back Jack Watson

Girls 8 & Under 25 Back BetsyMcCabe

Girls 10 & Under Back Liza Pridgen

Boys 12 & Under Back Will Foley

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Septembe2r 018Sunday. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

sSocial/Dining sPatriot Golf Day
sGolf Golf Pro Shop
sTennis ( Sun)
sFitness sBreakfast/
sYouth Lunch/Dinner
sReminder ~ the Golf Course is closed
1sPool Open
Mondays unless otherwise noted. 11 am - 9 pm

sSunday Brunch sGolf Course sFamily Night s1/2 Price Wine sMen’s Member/ sMen’s Member/ sBlock Party
Open Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Member Stag Member ( West Lawn
Clubhouse Sat) sSpindle Cup
@ CCV ( Sun)
sBreakfast/Lunch/ sPool Open sTrivia Night Night sHappy Hour sBreakfast/
Dinner Breakers 10 am - 6 pm Clubhouse with Live Music/ Lunch/Dinner
(closes at 3:00 pm) sChicken & Beer Sommelier Night Breakers
Night Clubhouse
sLabor Day 7 Clubhouse 8sPool Open

Cookout 10 am - 5 pm

sPool Open 3 4 5 6

2 11 am - 9 pm

sSunday Brunch sGolf Course sGolf Course s1/2 Price Wine sMembership sBreakfast/
Night Clubhouse Mixer Clubhouse Lunch/Dinner
Clubhouse Closed: Greens Closed: Greens sChicken & Beer Breakers
12 Night Clubhouse
sBreakfast/ Aerification Aerification sPool Open
13 10 am - 5 pm
Lunch/Dinner sTip Toes Dance sBeer Dinner w/
Breakers Clubhouse Young Veterans 14 15

sPool Open Breakers

10 am - 5 pm

9 10 11 sFamily Night

sSunday Brunch sTip Toes Dance sFamily Night s1/2 Price Wine sChicken & Beer sBreakfast/Lunch/
Night Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Dinner Breakers
Clubhouse Clubhouse Clubhouse sPool Open
sWine Class 10 am - 5 pm
sBreakfast/ Clubhouse
Lunch/Dinner 21 22


sPool Open

10 am - 5 pm 17 18 19 20


sSunday Brunch sTip Toes Dance sFamily Night s1/2 Price Wine sChicken & Beer sMens & Ladies sBreakfast/Lunch/
Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Senior Club Dinner Breakers
Clubhouse Clubhouse sWine Tasting Championship
26 Breaker’s Blvd. ( Sun) sPool Open
sBreakfast/ 10 am - 5 pm
Lunch/Dinner 27 sSelect Auto USTA
( Sun)

sPool Open

10 am - 5 pm

sHusband & 24 25 28 29

23 Wife Tournament

49 Princess Anne Living | September/October 2018

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