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Published by Princess Anne Country Club, 2019-08-27 13:13:39

2019 September/October Princess Anne Living

2019 September/October PACC Newsletter

PrincesLs AivninngeSEPTEMBER|OCTOBER2019

Read about
PACC 20/20
& Beyond
on page 2!

PrincesLsAivninngeSEPTEMBER|OCTOBER| 2019 Table of Contents

Frequently Used Numbers Message from the President................................................................. 2
Welcome New Members...................................................................... 3
Breakers 961-2884 Massage 536-5342 Membership Matters............................................................................ 9
Clubhouse 428-4141 Pool 425-1117 Technology Update................................................................................ 11
Fax 428-4423 Security 287-6982 Dining Calendar...................................................................................... 13
Fitness 440-3102 Tennis 428-7803 Social and Dining.................................................................................... 14
Golf 422-3360 Men’s Lg. 440-3112 Youth Activities...................................................................................... 22
The Golden Rules................................................................................... 23
Operations Team From the Greens.................................................................................... 25
From the Links........................................................................................ 26
McCall Andy Denise Johnson From the Courts..................................................................................... 33
440-3101 440-3113 Lifestyles & Fitness................................................................................. 39
Director of Catering HR & Accounting Manager From the Deep End............................................................................... 43
& Special Events September- October Calendar............................................................. 49
[email protected]
[email protected] Executive Committee
Steve Layden
Monica Au 440-3105 Jonathan L. Thornton President
961-2884 Restaurant Manager Christopher J. Fanney Vice President
Breakers Manager Leslie R. Watson Secretary
[email protected] Patrick L. Shuler Treasurer
[email protected]
Matt Liebler Board of Directors
Geoff Benson 440-3109
428-4141 ext: 322 Head PGA Golf Professional William S. Braithwaite, III John Mazach Chris Pridgen
Executive Chef David C. Burton Joshua Parnell Douglas Russell
[email protected] Anne Harvard Hooper Chris Perry Monica Stein
[email protected] Bekki Jucksch John E. Perry Samuel E. Steingold
Taylor Nelson
Matt Boyce 428-4141 Committee Chairpersons
440-3119 Youth Programs Manager
Director of Golf Course Entertainment ..................................Monica Stein
Maintenance and [email protected] Finance..............................................Pat Shuler
Club Grounds Fitness................................................Trey Braithwaite
Andrea Pettay Golf ....................................................David Burton
[email protected] 440-3103 Green ................................................John Perry
Director of Fitness House ................................................John Mazach
Kristen Bunting & Wellness Long Range Strategic Planning........Gary Beck | John Gibson
440-3111 Membership .....................................Doug Russell
Director of Marketing & [email protected] Pool ...................................................Chris Pridgen
Communications Rules ..................................................Ran Randolph Jr.
Emily Rehmert Tennis ................................................Bekki Jucksch
[email protected] 428-4141 ext: 340 Youth Involvement ...........................Anne Harvard Hooper
Banquet Manager
Mardy Colling SPECIAL COMMITTEES:
440-3104 [email protected] Wine Committee...............................Gray Randolph
Food & Beverage Director Historical Preservation .....................Sandra Baylor
Paul Rosario Membership I.D. ...............................Susan Pender
[email protected] 440-3114 Tradition ...........................................Andy Dickinson
Purchasing Director Building .............................................Dippy Pender | Tim Stiffler | Jack Todd
John Fraser
440-3117 [email protected]
Director of Tennis
Bill Shonk
[email protected] 440-3100
General Manager
Jennifer Garrott
440-3110 [email protected]
Assistant Manager –
Clubhouse Operations Brian Triolet
425-1117
[email protected] Aquatics Director

Cathie Havrilesky [email protected]
440-3115
Controller Courtney Whittemore
428-4141 ext: 313
[email protected] Member Services Manager

[email protected]

1 Princess Anne Living | September/October 2019

Message from the President

PACC 20/20 & Beyond

With another, hopefully relaxing, summer behind us, we have important and exciting news for our Princess
Anne family. As you may know, a primary role of your Board of Directors is to monitor the performance of the
Club and chart a strategic course to ensure that our programs and amenities meet the standard and needs of
not only our current members, but also of future generations. With that in mind, I am pleased to announce that
our Board of Directors, after many months of analysis and deliberations, recently approved the PACC 20/20 & Beyond plan.

This strategic action plan includes significant enhancements to our Club over the next six years, including:

• A complete renovation of our aquatics complex, which will feature a new resort-style swimming pool with zero/beach entry, children’s
water features, cabana bar, shade structures, resort-style furniture, an attractive entry building and family restrooms;

• The acquisition and renovation of the property at 3901 Holly Road, which will be converted to the “Holly Beach Bungalow” and made
available for overnight accommodations for members and their guests;

• A new youth room in the clubhouse designed specifically as a retreat for young ladies and gentlemen to include computers, gaming
systems, table games, lounge furniture and more;

• Tennis and pickleball enhancements;
• Continual investment in fitness and wellness equipment;
• The completion of our conversion to Better Billy Bunkers on our golf course, in addition to cart path enhancements;
• Other golf course improvements that may include the addition of a putting green adjacent to the driving range as well as an enhanced

short game practice area;
• An indoor golf simulator/instructional center; and,
• A refreshing of the Linkhorn Lounge bar area to develop an elegant “bourbon bar” atmosphere.

To develop this plan, the Board worked diligently over the past two years with various Club Committees, a Master Planning Committee,
the Building Committee and our Operations Team in consultation with architectural, engineering and design professionals. The
collaborative group utilized input from the 2016 Member Survey, nationwide club trends and multiple studies, to ensure that this plan
encompasses projects that will best serve our current and future members.

Rather than reach out to our membership for an up-front investment, it is the goal of your Board to completely fund PACC 20/20 and
Beyond through our monthly capital fees and bank financing. This year has been an exceptional year financially for the Club, with the
Chesapeake Room renovation, enhancements to the indoor tennis facility, and significant number of new members, contributing to that
success. We are confident that continued strong performance will allow us to fund the PACC 20/20 & Beyond in a fiscally responsible
and strategic manner. All we ask of our membership is that you continue to enjoy our Club and to encourage your friends, family and
colleagues to join our PACC family.

While the complete timeline of project completion is still being set, it is the intention of the Board to move forward with the renovation
of the Holly Beach Bungalow as quickly as possible and to break ground on the new aquatics facility in the fall of 2020 with an anticipated
opening Memorial Day 2021. We are confident in this timeline as the City of Virginia Beach has already approved our site plan for the new
aquatics complex. The Board and Operations Team look forward to hosting informational meetings that will provide more details on PACC
20/20 & Beyond in the coming months. We will seek our voting members’ approval of this capital projects action plan at the Club’s Annual
Meeting on November 1. Please be on the lookout for emails with updates as we move forward.

I am extremely optimistic at where we stand presently and even more enthusiastic about what the future holds for the Princess Anne.
Should you have any questions about our plans, please do not hesitate to reach out to me or to General Manager Bill Shonk. As always, I
look forward to seeing you around the Club soon and often.

With kind regards,

Jonathan L. Thornton Princess Anne Living | September/October 2019 2

WelcomeWelcome New Members

Daniel, Tara, Henry & George Berger

Resident Comprehensive Members
Sponsor: Josh Parnell

Daniel and Tara met while both attending law school at Wake Forest University. After
both graduating and passing the bar exam, they married and welcomed sons Henry
(3) and George (1). Daniel is a lawyer at Troutman Sanders, specializing in business
litigation and maritime law, and Tara is a stay-at-home mom to their boys. In their
free time, the Berger family keeps active and cheers for their favorite football teams,
the Sooners and Redskins. As a family, they look forward to enjoying golf, tennis,
swimming and creating many new happy memories together and with their many
friends and neighbors!

Irving & Rhona Blank

Non-resident Dining Members
Sponsor: Jeffrey Stredler

Irv and Rhona reside in Richmond and have a beach house in the North End.
They are past members of Farmington Country Club and Westwood Country
Club. Irv is a highly respected trial lawyer and formerly served as President
of the Virginia State Bar. They have two children and many grandchildren,
whom they hope to host at the PACC and enjoy time together as a family.

John, Wyndi, Chloe & Mackenzie Carnes

Non-resident Comprehensive Members
Sponsor: T. Cornell Berry III

John and Wyndi reside in Richmond and have a beach house in the North End. They own and
operate a custom home building business in Richmond and are parents to two college-age
daughters, Chloe and Mackenzie. In their leisure time, John and Wyndi enjoy the occasional golf
game and are hoping to spend more time out on the links while they’re at the beach. They look
forward to all of the athletic, social and dining opportunities available at the Club, and relaxing
poolside with their many friends and neighbors!

Clifford & Jane Cutchins

Non-resident Dining Members
Sponsor: Cecil V. Cutchins, Jr.

The Cutchins family is a well-known and loved fixture in the PACC community and family of
members. Cliff was a member at the Club a couple of decades ago and we are all so pleased
to have him, as well as his lovely wife Jane, back. They primarily reside in Richmond and are
members of CCV where Cliff is a past president. They have a summer house in the North End
and are at the beach often to see their extended family and many friends. Cliff is an avid golf
player, now enjoying more leisure time to play after retiring from his career as a respected
lawyer and Senior Partner at McGuireWoods. Please join us in welcoming them home!

3 Princess Anne Living | September/October 2019

Welcome New Members

Jud, Angela & Judson Elliott

Non-resident Comprehensive Members
Sponsor: Richard Buckingham

The Elliotts reside in Richmond and have a summer house in the North End. They are members
at CCV and Kinloch Golf Club in Richmond and have a son in high school. Jud is the Executive
VP at the Hilb Group, an insurance agency, and Angela owns an interior design business. They
are both avid golfers, love to socialize and look forward to attending many social events at the
Club!

George, Christen, Lillian & Baby Faatz

Resident Comprehensive Members
Sponsor: Richard Palluch

George and Christen Faatz are parents to 2-year-old Lillian and are expecting
another child, a son, very soon! George is the Director of Growth and Strategic
Planning at Virginia Natural Gas and Christen is the VP of Operations at The
Franklin Johnston Group. George graduated from George Mason University and
Christen graduated from the University of Virginia, and they both have MBA’s
from William & Mary. They live in Bay Colony and are very active in the com-
munity and their church. George and Christen look forward to picking up golf

and raising their young children at the PACC, getting them involved in all of the
youth and athletic programs available.

Dr. Raymond Farhi & Dr. Nilda Tensen

Non-resident Comprehensive Members
Sponsor: Dr. James Nelson

Drs. Ray and Nilda reside in Richmond and have a beach house in the North
End. They are members at Willow Oaks Country Club and live an active, healthy
lifestyle. Ray is a pediatric neonatologist and Nilda is a retired ER doctor. In their
leisure time, they enjoy relaxing at the beach, skiing, riding horses and traveling
to everywhere they possibly can! They are also avid golfers and look forward to
spending time out on the PACC links.

Princess Anne Living | September/October 2019 4

Welcome New Members

Michael, Joyce, Michael, Kelly & Molly Field

Resident Dining Members
Sponsor: John Rachels

Mike moved to Virginia Beach in 1976 and later met Joyce at William and Mary. Togeth-
er they have three children. Michael and Kelly are W&M graduates while Molly attends
Cape Henry Collegiate. In their spare time, Mike and Joyce look for ways to give back
to the community by volunteering and serving in various civic and business capacities.
They joined PACC to enjoy the company of other members at the numerous social
functions and to spend time together at the Club as a family.

Sandra Garcia

Non-resident Dining Member
Sponsor: Dee Oliver

Mrs. Garcia resides primarily in Palm Beach Gardens, FL and has a second home in Bird Neck
Point. She is recently widowed of her beloved husband of more than 50 years, Edward, with
whom she built the successful property development and management business ESG Enter-
prises, Inc. She is now retired and enjoys spending time at the Country Club at Mirasol in Palm
Beach Gardens, where she is a member, and at the Cavalier Golf & Yacht Club and PACC when
she is in Virginia Beach. She looks forward to the social and wine events at the Club, and
spending time with her countless family members, friends and neighbors.

Dr. Paul, Terry, Sofia, Paul-Michael, Maximus & Matthew Griffey

Tennis Members
Sponsor: Sheraton Yee

Paul and Terry live in Chick’s Beach and have four children: Sofia (11),
Paul-Michael (10), Maximus (9) and Matthew (6) – who all attend Norfolk
Academy. Paul is an ophthalmologist with his private practice in Chesa-
peake, VA. Paul grew up in Norfolk. He attended the University Of Virginia
as an undergraduate and earned his medical degree, surgical and ophthal-
mic residencies from EVMS. Terry has a background in finance, accounting
and economics. She helps manage Griffey Properties, LLC, as well as the
children’s academics and social activities. Terry grew up in Europe and ar-
rived in the U.S. as a junior in high school. She graduated from Old Domin-
ion University. Their family is very active with a love for sports, the outdoors,
traveling and large gatherings with family and friends.

5 Princess Anne Living | September/October 2019

Welcome New Members

Davis & Cathy Johnson

Non-resident Dining Members
Sponsor: Roy Goodman

The Johnsons, who are originally from Virginia Beach, reside in Oakton and
have a beach house in the North End. Davis is President of Cohesity Feder-
al, a government data management firm and Cathy is a retired CPA. They
have two adult sons, Matt and Drew, and are a “house divided” as Davis is a
Virginia Tech Hokie while Cathy is a UVA Cavalier. While they root for differ-
ent teams, they spend their leisure time together enjoying the beach and
playing golf which they hope to do more of at the PACC.

Shannon, Andy, Austin & Griffin Kiefhaber

Resident Comprehensive Members
Sponsor: Richard Palluch

The Kiefhabers came to Virginia Beach for Andy’s naval career as a pilot. As they
transition out of military service, they decided to stay at the beach because of the
wonderful community they’ve found here! Andy has started as a pilot for Ameri-
can Airlines and Shannon is an engineer and project manager for Virginia Natural
Gas. They have two young boys, Austin (4) and Griffin (2), who keep them busy,
and they enjoy spending time together outside as a family. They look forward
to enjoying the pool as much as possible and getting the boys involved with the

PACC Breakers Swim & Dive Team!

Greg, Emily & Caroline Labows

Pool Members
Sponsor: Dr. Sarah Joyner

The Labows family live in the North End and savor spending time outside at the beach,
riding bikes and enjoying all of the exciting events happening in Virginia Beach. Greg is a
graduate of UVA, received his MBA from UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School and currently
does marketing and business development with Red Hat, an open source software com-
pany. Emily grew up in Norfolk and is a graduate of Norfolk Academy and VCU’s School
of the Arts. As Director of Virginia Beach Cultural Affairs, she works to advance Virginia
Beach as a leading creative and cultural community. They have a 7-year-old daughter,
Caroline, who is a rising 2nd grader at Norfolk Academy. They look forward to fun sum-
mers spent at the PACC pool with their friends and neighbors!

Princess Anne Living | September/October 2019 6

Welcome New Members

Brent, Kimberly & Harrison LeHew

Resident Comprehensive Members
Sponsor: J. Scott Cutchin

The LeHew family are Bay Colony residents. Brent is a business leader in the auto collision repair
industry and Kimberly is a chiropractor and wellness coach. They have a son, Harrison, who is a
4th grader at Cape Henry Collegiate and a 1-year-old sheepadoodle, Gibson. As a family, they
love to travel, play golf and tennis, ride bikes and are big “foodies.” The LeHews look forward to
the dining, fitness and social opportunities available at the PACC, and spending time with their
friends and neighbors!

Melissa Lynch

Non-resident Comprehensive Member
Sponsor: John Lynch

Melissa Lynch is the sister of PACC member, John Lynch,
and just purchased a second home at the beach. She
primarily resides in Washington D.C., and is a market
leader for Apple, Inc. in the Maryland metro area.
Melissa plans to spend much more time down at the
beach, spending time with her family and enjoying all of
the social events that the Club has to offer!

Dean, Liz, Indi & Isla Martin

Resident Comprehensive Members
Sponsor: Cathy Martin

Dean and Liz are both Virginia Beach natives and Dean is a Legacy of the
PACC as his parents, Grey and Cathy Martin, are longtime members. Dean
and Liz were married at the Club and now have two little girls, Indi (4) and
Isla (2). Dean is a commercial real estate agent with a degree from JMU
and Liz is a physical therapist with a degree from UVA. They are an active
and outdoorsy family, keeping busy with their kids at the beach and pool.
They look forward to advancing their golf and tennis games at the Club
and, of course, getting their girls involved with all that the PACC has to
offer.

7 Princess Anne Living | September/October 2019

Welcome New Members

Clark, Pamela, Carter & Megan McGhee

Non-resident Comprehensive Members
Sponsor: Roy Goodman

Clark and Pam reside in Richmond and have a beach house in the
North End. They are members at CCV and enjoy swimming and playing
golf, tennis and pickleball. Clark owns GradCapital, a student loan
financing service, and Pam is a retired OB/GYN. Both Clark and Pam
graduated from the University of Richmond and Pam went to medical
school at Georgetown University. They have two adult children, Megan
(Elon ‘15) and Carter (UVA ‘19), and Bodie their one-year-old Labra-
doodle. They look forward to the social and athletic activities at the
PACC when they’re at the beach!

Joseph Dudley Miles III

Dining Member
Sponsor: Sherri Miles

Dudley is a Tidewater native, Hampden-Sydney alum, and third-gen-
eration owner of well-known and reputable J.D. Miles & Sons, Inc.
roofing in Chesapeake. As a lifelong racquetball enthusiast, he now
enjoys playing pickleball in his free time. As a grandfather many times
over, Dudley enjoys spending time with his grandchildren, and will
be cheering a few of them on at their PACC Breakers swim meets.
Dudley looks forward to enjoying the social life at the Club and meet-
ing his family as well as his many friends and neighbors for delicious
meals in the Club’s dining venues.

Benjamin, Kelly & Huck Shanno

Resident Comprehensive Members
Sponsor: Mike McCabe, Jr.

The Shanno family recently moved from Texas and are thrilled to now be living on the
coast! Ben accepted a position with Dollar Tree as part of the company expansion in Ches-
apeake and Kelly is a busy stay-at-home mom to their 2-year-old son, Huck. When they’re
not chasing after Huck, Ben and Kelly enjoy exploring new restaurants together and Ben is
an avid golfer. As a family, the Shannos enjoy swimming, playing at the park and cheering
on their favorite teams, the Green Bay Packers and Iowa Hawkeyes. They look forward
to raising Huck at the PACC and enjoying time together as a family with all the activities
offered at the Club.

Princess Anne Living | September/October 2019 8

Welcome New Members

Catherine, Thomas, Claire, Trey & Camille Sheppard

Resident Comprehensive Members
Sponsor: Ben Willis

Catherine and Tom met while both attending Wake Forest University. After
graduating, they moved to Virginia Beach where Catherine accepted a seat in
the Physician Assistant Program at EVMS and Tom began practicing law. Now
with three children; Claire (8), Trey (5) and Camille (1), the Sheppards look
forward to continuing to stay active with tennis and golf, not to mention lots
of swimming at the pool!

Taylor Hytha Smith

Resident Comprehensive Member
Sponsor: Brad Hobbs

Taylor recently moved to the beach from New Jersey and purchased a home in Cape Henry
Shores to pursue a new career with Hobbs & Associates, Inc. He is a graduate of Rensselaer
Polytechnic Institute in New York with a degree in civil engineering and is a former lacrosse
player for the school. Taylor is an avid golf player, and has already become a fixture out on
the PACC course. When he’s not playing golf, Taylor enjoys staying active, fishing, boating
and the occasional game of tennis. He looks forward to continuing to meet all of his North
End/PACC neighbors and enjoying his leisure time at the Club.

Membership Corporate
Referral Program

As a reminder, if two (2) or more
employees of the same company
join within six (6) months of each
other, they will both receive
25% off of the initiation fee of
whichever membership class they joined. Offer not
valid for existing members of more than six months.
Please contact Member Services Manager Courtney
Whittemore for any questions at [email protected]
princessannecc.com or 757-428-4141 x313.

9 Princess Anne Living | September/October 2019

MembershipMembership Matters

New Princess Anne Living Feature:

Hobby Highlights

We have some amazingly talented members at the PACC!
From musicians, to artists, to culinary masters and beyond, we
are always so impressed to see and hear of your wonderful
accomplishments! We would love to share these personal
pastimes in a new segment called Hobby Highlights.
Please reach out to Marketing & Communications Director Kristen
Bunting at [email protected] to share photos and
brief stories about your passion. We can’t wait to learn more
about you!

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.

Princess Anne Living | September/October 2019 10

TechnologTy echnology

How to Customize your Updating Email Preferences on the Website

Email Preferences From the home page (My Club) of the private website:
• Click My Club on the top navigation menu and select the
Did you know? We have an
email preference center on My Profile tab
the website and mobile app • Scroll down to the Email Preferences section
which will enable you to customize • Select your Categories of interest
from which areas of the Club you’d like to receive • Select the email account you would like to utilize
information. • Click Update to save

You can either personally select your preferences Updating Email Preferences on the Mobile App
using the step-by-step instructions (to the right)
or you can contact Marketing & Communications From the home screen of the mobile app:
Director Kristen Bunting at 757-440-3111 or • Click on the hamburger menu ( ), scroll down and select the
[email protected] to assist.
Settings tab
We want to provide you with the most relevant • Select the Campaigns tab
communication possible, so please select your areas • Select your Categories of interest by touching the slide buttons
of interest today!
to the right of each listing. Green indicates the category is active,
Here are the email groups to choose from: gray indicates the
category is inactive
• Fitness • Tennis- Juniors • Choose the email
account you would
• General Club Updates/ • Tennis- Ladies like to utilize
• An on-screen
Company-Wide • Tennis- Men notification will
appear when
• Golf • Wine News activating or
deactivating a
• Pool • Youth category

• Social Dining

Please note:

1. The General Club Updates/
Company-Wide group is vital in
order to stay informed about weekly
Club events and receive club-wide
announcements.

2. Specific distribution lists such
as PALG, Swim Team, Tennis
Eye Openers, etc. are managed

Should you have any questions regarding your Club
emails, please feel free to contact Marketing &
Communications Director Kristen Bunting at
757-440-3111 or [email protected]

11 Princess Anne Living | September/October 2019

Technology

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. Recurring credit card payments
can be set up by calling the accounting team.

Statement/Billing Questions?

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]
757-961-2884 [email protected]
Breakers Monica Au 757-440-3105 [email protected]
[email protected]
Clubhouse Dining Steve Layden 757-440-3101 [email protected]
[email protected]
Events / Catering McCall Andy 757-440-3103 [email protected]
Emily Rehmert 757-422-3360 [email protected]
757-428-4141x 313 [email protected]
Fitness Andrea Pettay 757-428-7803 [email protected]
757-440-3114 [email protected]
Golf Suzanne Bielat 757-440-3115 [email protected]
757-440-3113
Supplements/Lockers/Dues Courtney Whittemore

Tennis Mary Fay

Wine Paul Rosario

General Accounting/ Cathie Havrilesky
Payment Scheduling Denise Johnson

Princess Anne Living | September/October 2019 12

DINING Enjoy dinner specials every Tuesday- Saturday!
Dining venue hours are also available on our website & mobile app.

WEEKLY SPECIAL FEATURES BREAKERS

TUESDAY- SATURDAY WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY
Clubhouse l Dinner Specials
Dinner: 4:00 - 10:00 pm

TUESDAY SATURDAY

Clubhouse | Fall Cocktail Night Breakfast: 8:00- 11:00 am
Lunch/Dinner: 11:00 am- 10:00 pm
WEDNESDAY
SUNDAY
Clubhouse | 1/2 Price Wine Night
Breakers | Build-your-own Pasta Bar (begins 10/2) Breakfast: 8:00- 11:00 am
Brunch: 11:00 am- 1:30 pm
Lunch/Dinner: 1:30- 8:00 pm
THURSDAY
Clubhouse | Crafts & Drafts
Breakers | Wine Tasting on the Blvd. (begins 9/19) SOCIAL / DINING EVENTS

THURSDAY- SUNDAY SUN 9/01 Labor Day Weekend Cookout
TUE 9/03 Trivia Night
Breakers | Chef’s Specials FRI 9/06 Happy Hour with Live Music (Brandon Bower)
FRI 9/06 Grillin’ & Chillin’ (Power Play)
THE CHESAPEAKE & FRI 9/13 Grillin’ & Chillin’ (Surge)
LINKHORN LOUNGE SAT 9/14 Napa Valley Wine Class
THU 9/19 Wine Tasting on the Boulevard begins
TUESDAY – THURSDAY FRI 9/20 Grillin’ & Chillin’ (DogJaw)
FRI 9/20 Children’s Camp-out Night
Lunch: 11:00 am- 2:00 pm
Dinner: 2:00- 9:00 pm TUE 10/01 Trivia Night
WED 10/02 Build-your-own Pasta Bar @ Breakers begins
FRIDAY/SATURDAY FRI 10/04 Happy Hour with Live Music (Marty Moore)
FRI 10/04 Hayride
Lunch: 11:00 am- 2:00 pm SAT 10/05 Doggie Dive-In
Dinner: 2:00- 10:00 pm SAT 10/05 Hendry Wine Dinner
WED 10/23-25 Pumpkin Decorating @ Breakers
SUNDAY FRI 10/25 Children’s Halloween

Brunch: 10:00 am- 2:00 pm
Dinner: 1:00- 6:00 pm

LOUNGES

LADIES FRI 11/01 Annual Meeting & Dinner
TUE- FRI | 11:00 am- 2:00 pm SAT 11/16 Holiday Wine Tasting
MENS SAT 11/23 Oyster Roast
TUE - SUN | 11:00 am- 2:00 pm

13 Princess Anne Living | September/October 2019

SocialSocial & Dining

in The Chesapeake!

When you head out the door for lunch, make The Chesapeake your destination. We
welcome your guests, coworkers and neighbors to enjoy our newly refreshed venue! The
Club also offers the convenience for your guests to pay by credit or cash. Easily make your
reservations online or walk in to grab a table. We’ll see you soon!

SUNDAYS AT 1:00 PM in The Chesapeake!

Are you ready to rumble? Football season is here and we’re loving it!
Beginning at 1:00 pm every Sunday, come enjoy $1 oysters and $1 wings
while watching your favorite teams in the comfort of your home away from
home. Join us in the Chesapeake for your Sunday Funday!

Sunday Funday!

Present this coupon in the Clubhouse any Sunday
to enjoy a complimentary appetizer of your choice!
One per family, please. Expires December 1, 2019.

Princess Anne Living | September/October 2019 14

Social & Dining DOGGIE DIVE-IN!

Complimentary for Tennis SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5
Member-Member participants. 1:00 - 3:00 PM
PACC POOL
Complimentary for Golf
Member-Member participants & one guest. BRING YOUR 4-LEGGED FRIENDS
TO TAKE A DIP IN THE POOL
'BACK TO THE PACC' BEFORE IT CLOSES FOR THE
PARTY SEASON!

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 LOCAL RESCUE GROUPS WILL
7:00 - 11:00 PM BE ON-SITE WITH ADOPTABLE
WEST LAWN FRIENDS AND VENDORS WILL BE

PRICE: $50.00++ OFFERING DOGGIE TREATS.

KIDS ARE BACK TO SCHOOL! LOOK FOR MORE DETAILS SOON!
GET READY TO GET 'BACK TO THE
PACC' FOR A FUN-FILLED NIGHT!

ENJOY LIVE MUSIC BY
THE HOT CAKES BAND

7:00 - 11:00 PM

Menu

APPS
Mini tacos v Fried oysters

v PB&J bites (fig jam,
house-smoked peanut butter)

NOT THE LUNCHLINE PIZZA
Cauliflower crust, rattlesnake habanero
cheddar cheese, shredded parmesan,
Burrata, roasted tomatoes, chimichurri

v Summer fruit cup

TUNA SURPRISE!
Yellowfin tuna, shallots, capers,
kalamata olives on toasted sourdough

v Black garlic-truffle fries
v Garden Salad

DESSERT
Ice cream sandwiches v Freezer pops

v Chocolate covered cherries

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FALL COCKTAIL Social & Dining
TUESDAYS
WINE WEDNESDAYS
TUESDAYS
IN THE CLUBHOUSE WEDNESDAYS
SPECIALS ON FRESH, IN THE CLUBHOUSE
SEASONAL, HAND-CRAFTED HALF PRICE WINE BOTTLES

COCKTAILS BOTTLES UNDER $100.
NOT VALID ON HOUSE WINE.
WINE TASTING
ON THE BOULEVARD DINE-IN ONLY.

THURSDAYS BUILD-YOUR-OWN
Beginning September 19 PASTA BAR
TRY A WHITE AND A RED
WINE WITH CHARCUTERIE WEDNESDAYS IN OCTOBER
FOR $5.00 AND GET 10% OF AT BREAKERS
YOUR ENTRÉE AT BREAKERS.
INCLUDES SALAD & BREAD
WINE SPECIALS $12.95++ ADULT
THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT.
$6++ KIDS (INCLUDES A DRINK)

CRAFTS
& DRAFTS

THURSDAYS
IN THE CLUBHOUSE

HALF PRICE
CRAFT AND DRAFT BEERS

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Social & Dining

SUNDAY BRUNCH

10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
IN THE CLUBHOUSE
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 1:00 PM

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Social & Dining

GRILLIN’ & CHILLIN’

ENJOY LIVE MUSIC FRIDAYS ON BREAKER’S BOULEVARD!
$9.95++ SALAD BAR | $16.95++ COMPLETE BUFFET

BUFFET STARTS AT 6:30 PM | MUSIC STARTS AT 7:00 PM

DINNER BUFFET INCLUDES FRESH WEEKLY SPECIALS FROM THE GRILL
AND A GARDEN FRESH SALAD BAR.

SEPTEMBER 6 | POWER PLAY
SEPTEMBER 13 | SURGE

SEPTEMBER 20 | DOGJAW

Check online for the most
up-to-date band schedule.

TRIVIA HAPPY HOUR
TUESDAYS WITH LIVE MUSIC

FIRST TUESDAY EACH MONTH FIRST FRIDAY EACH MONTH
7:00 - 9:00 PM | CLUBHOUSE 6:00 - 8:00 PM | CLUBHOUSE

SEPTEMBER 3 | OCTOBER 1 SEPTEMBER 6
NOVEMBER 5 BRANDON BOWER

FEATURING RYAN SMITH MARTINI NIGHT
FOOD & DRINK PRIZES OCTOBER 4

DRINK SPECIALS MARTY MOORE
BUBBLY NIGHT

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Social & Dining

FALL WINE EVENTS

NAPA VALLEY HENDRY 8th HOLIDAY
WINE CLASS WINE DINNER Annual

WINE TASTING

SATURDAY SATURDAY SATURDAY
SEPTEMBER 14 OCTOBER 5 NOVEMBER 16
6:00 PM RECEPTION 5:30 - 8:00 PM
6:00 PM 6:30 PM DINNER CLUBHOUSE | $40
CLUBHOUSE | $25 CLUBHOUSE | $85
Tasting fee waived with a
Complimentary for Wine Society! HOSTED BY CERTIFIED purchase of 6 bottles or more!
SOMMELIER CHRIS FULP
HOSTED BY HOLIDAY SHOPPING!
BO MONTGOMERY, OF WINEBOW. SAMPLE 40+
REPUBLIC NATIONAL
FINE WINE SPECIALIST The Hendry name is a DISCOUNTED WINES
staple of the Napa Valley,
Calling all Cabernet Get in the holiday spirit
lovers! Join us for an as George Hendry and early by attending and
illuminating discussion on his family have grown tasting a large selection
the differences between of outstanding wines
grapes grown on the grapes on the same
mountains and the valley family farm since 1939. from all over the
floor of the prestigious The unique location of world! Five of our wine
Napa Valley. Learn about their estate at the foot of
the five Napa mountain Mt. Veeder experiences representatives will
appellations and how be available to answer
their thinner, rockier soils substantial marine questions and assist with
contrast to the terroir and influence allowing for a your holiday purchases.
climate of those valley myriad of different wine Each of the wines poured
floor appellations like grapes to be grown, from
Oakville, Rutherford and Albariño and Primitivo will be available at
Yountville, as well as the to, of course, Chardonnay discounted pricing along
impacts of viticulture and and Cabernet. Quality has
always been emphasized with some great case
winemaking. over quantity at Hendry. deals. Includes an array of

heavy hors d’oeuvres!

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Social & Dining

ANNUAL MEETING Mfaevmorbiteer! OYSTER
AND DINNER ROAST

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1 | CLUBHOUSE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23
4:00 - 8:00 PM
6:00 PM | ANNUAL MEETING WEST LAWN
6:00 - 7:00 PM | FREE COCKTAILS
WINE & BEER SPECIALS
7:00 - 11:00 PM FOOTBALL GAME VIEWINGS!
MEMBER-SIGNED BAR
$30++ BUFFET
$50.00++ OPEN FROM 4:00 - 7:00 PM
ATIRE: COUNTRY CLUB CASUAL
(MEMBER-SIGNED BAR)
LIVE MUSIC BY PERFECT NONSENSE
ENTERTAINMENT BY
Menu MORE PERFECT JONES
(BOB SMITH’S BAND)
PREVIEW
Mini chicken tacos, Menu
Cucumber and caviar bites,
OYSTERS & CLAMS
Shrimp tempura BRUNSWICK STEW
HATTERAS CLAM CHOWDER
BUFFET STATIONS
Molasses-braised beef short rib, CHILI
Gnocchi in a natural red wine jus, WHOLE ROASTED PORCHETTA
ROASTED FALL VEGETABLE MEDLEY
Roasted apple salad,
Parsnip and celery root gratin HAM BISCUITS
HUSH PUPPIES
Wild shrimp Puttanesca PECAN BARS
(cavatappi, kalamata olives, capers,

tomatoes, white wine),
Classic Caesar salad, Garlic bread,
Pesto-roasted petite pan squash

DESSERT
Nitro milkshake station:
scratch-made Irish coffee

and Elvis milkshakes

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Social & Dining

PRIVATE EVENT? EXPERIENCE THE FINEST AT PACC!

HOST YOUR
Holiday

WITH US!

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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YouthYouth

KID’S PUMPKIN
CAMP-OUT DECORATING

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 WEDNESDAY, OCT. 23
6:30 PM | AGES 5+ THROUGH FRIDAY, OCT. 25

$45 ADULTS / $35 KIDS 5:00 - 7:00 PM
BREAKERS
PARENTS & KIDS ENJOY A
NIGHT OF YARD GAMES, COMPLIMENTARY!
3-HOLE GOLF GAME, A MOVIE
& S’MORES! DINNER AND
BREAKFAST ARE INCLUDED.

HAYRIDE CHILDREN’S
HALLOWEEN
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4
5:30 - 8:00 PM FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25
$15 PER FAMILY 12:00 - 1:30 PM

DEPARTS NEAR THE CLUBHOUSE & CAMPUS
FLAGPOLE COMPLIMENTARY

ENJOY HOT COCOA, AGES 6 AND UNDER
S’MORES AND CRAFTS! EXPERIENCE SOME ‘SPOOKILY’

FUN TRICK-OR-TREATING
AROUND THE CLUB!

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The Golden Rules

The Golden Rules of Golf Will Set You Free.

Dear Rules Guru: As I looked around our pristine HOLE 1
course recently, I noticed an effort has been A. The treed area on the entire right side is now a red
made to clearly define the penalty areas. It penalty area; if the ball is found it may be played; the
appears that now there may be more areas club may be grounded and loose impediments moved
marked red, a few less yellow, and even one without penalty, so long as the ball doesn’t move.
or two less white. To my surprise, I even If the ball is not found, drop a ball within two club
saw blue stakes. Can you explain why some lengths of the spot where the ball crossed into the
changes have been made on certain holes penalty area under penalty of one stroke.
and if it has to do with the new rules? B. The yellow penalty area (formerly called a water

Rules Guru: Below are the recent course marking changes. hazard) is now a red penalty area. There is a red line defining
Please be aware of the changes as you play the course. this on both sides of the water. The dropping zone has been
Remember, any time you take relief from a penalty area, there eliminated.
is a one-stroke penalty.
The relief options for a ball is this area are:
HOLE 1 1) replay the shot under penalty of stroke and distance.
2) drop back on the line, keeping the spot where the ball LAST
crossed into the penalty area between you and the flagstick.
3) drop within 2 driver lengths of the spot where the ball last
crossed into the penalty area.

In order to drop on the green side, the ball must have landed
beyond the red line and rolled back into the penalty area.

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“Can you explain why some changes have been made on certain holes?

HOLE 3 HOLE 3
A. The red line defining the penalty area is closer to the fairway, so that two club length
relief affords a better shot.

B. There is a drop zone short and left of the green (indicated by the white circle). This is
an additional option for a ball lost in the red penalty area between the blue stakes which

are at each end of the left greenside bunker. The other option would be to drop two club

lengths from where it crossed, which would be in the bunker.

HOLE 4 HOLE 4
A. The line defining the
red penalty area on

the right side is closer

to the fairway.
B. The red penalty
area on the left side

extends further

towards the 4th tee;

the out of bounds

stakes have also been

moved further in this

direction.

Hole 6 HOLE 6
There are blue stakes

on the right side

indicating the section

of the cart path that

is part of the sandy

area in the rough. Free

relief is not allowed

for a ball on the sand

path between the blue

stakes. Free relief is available from both the concrete and gravel covered path.

Hole 12
The red penalty area on the left side now extends for the entire length of the hole. The
out of bounds on the left has been eliminated.

HOLE 12

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CourseGolf Course & Grounds Update

By Matt Boyce | Director of Golf Course Maintenance and Club Grounds

A Different Approach to Greens

Weekly Topdressing

Since the last week in February the greens have been top-dressed each
Monday using small amounts of sand. This weekly grooming process
promotes firmness, smoothness and plant protection from daily foot
traffic. We feel confident this process has made the putting surfaces better
during the hot summer season when the plants tend to have increased
stress, disease pressure and other environmental factors. We hope you
understand our goals!

Fall Aeration And Why We Do It!

The summer stress of increased temperatures and humidity challenge the bentgrass putting surfaces. Each fall, the plants need
to recharge their batteries. With the cooler fall nights and shorter length of daylight, the pendulum swings back in favor of the
cool season turf. To increase the recovery process, we aerate the putting surfaces by pulling cores and adding sand to the greens.
You can find the Cliff’s Notes below:

1. The plant needs oxygen to recover from summer’s stress. By removing a “core” from the putting surface, we are removing
thatch or “turf fat.” We open up spaces to increase oxygen and generate new roots.

2. We then add new sand in place of the thatch. We add larger particle sand to create “pores” or spaces for the new roots to
find oxygen and water. The new sand also adds microbes which help the plant break down material for food.

3. We then “work in” the new sand to fill the holes and add amendments to the greens to promote root growth and overall
health.

Each year we take organic matter tests on the putting surfaces and from
our test’s, we are in the ideal range for organic matter. That means that we
have enough cushion to hold a good golf shot, but not too much that make
the greens appear to be soft.

I salute the Greens Committee for sticking with our diligent program. This
short-term inconvenience can be disruptive, but long term, these practices
are paying off. We appreciate your patience!

Follow information regarding the golf course and
club grounds on our website’s blog or Facebook
and Instagram at @PrincessAnneCC

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GolfFrom the Links

VINCENT G. THOMAS
MEN’S MEMBER-MEMBER

GOLF TOURNAMENT
new!STAG NIGHT & INAUGURAL ‘LEGUM’ | THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5

1:00 PM SHOTGUN START | FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6
10:00 AM SHOTGUN START | SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7

FORMAT: NET BEST BALL OF THE TWOSOME
ENTRY FEE: $250/PLAYER ($300 FOR NON-SUPPLEMENT)

DEADLINE: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 AT 11:59 PM
SATURDAY NIGHT ENJOY OUR ‘BACK TO THE PACC’ PARTY!

2018 Champions:
Robert Temple & Ben Temple

MEN’S SENIOR LADIES’ SENIOR
& SUPER & SUPER

SENIOR CLUB SENIOR CLUB
CHAMPIONSHIPS CHAMPIONSHIPS

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18 - FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18 -
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20

$25/PLAYER $25/PLAYER

2018 Sr. Champion: 2018 Super Sr. 2018 Sr. Champion:
Mike Hays Champion: Babs Neff
John Peterson
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From the Links

GLOW BALL PRESIDENT’S
FALL CUP

TOURNAMENT FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25 -
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18
8:30 PM DRAWING PARTY:
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24
$25/PLAYER
$50/PLAYER
2019 Spring Winners:
Chris Speaker,
Trey White,

Jon Thornton and
Jennifer Garrott

PATRIOT GOLF WEEKEND

Princess Anne Country Club will once again be supporting
the Folds of Honor Foundation by participating in Patriot Golf

Weekend (Labor Day Weekend).

Over the past five years, PACC has raised over $25,000 for
The Folds of Honor Foundation.

The Foundation provides scholarships 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, Friday,
August 30 & Monday, September 2. Your donation will enter you
with a chance to win a Raffle Basket filled with the newest golf
gear and accessories. There will also be course games throughout

the weekend with prizes.

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From the Links From the Links

2019 Fall/Winter Golf Events Schedule

MEN’S EVENTS

Vincent G. Thomas Men’s Member-Member September 5 – 7
Capt. L.R. Vail Men’s Senior Club Championship October 18 – 20
and Super Senior Club Championship October 25 – 26
President’s Cup December 7
Shootout

Pop-Pop December 20

LADIES’ EVENTS

Eugene Lee Parker Women’s Senior Club October 18 - 20
Championship

Turkey Scramble November 26

PALG Christmas Luncheon December 10
MIXED EVENTS
Husband & Wife Championship
Fall Glow Ball September 29
October 18

2019 CLUB CHAMPIONS

Men’s Men’s Club Ladies’ Junior Champion Junior Champion
Club Champion Championship Club Champion Carson Poulos (13 & Under)
Chris Devine First Flight Fin Worrall
Keith Smedley Jeanne Beck

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From the Links

TOURNAMENT RESULTS

Martha Macklin Smith
Ladies’ Member-Guest

The 2019 Martha Macklin Smith Ladies
Member-Guest began with another gorgeous
June morning for our participants. As the
ocean breeze kicked up throughout the round,
the scores tightened to make for a fabulous
finish from this year’s field. The team of Susan
Wight, Lyn Magette, Martha Davidson and
Sherry Walker emerged as Overall Champion
with a net score of “115.” Following their Champions: Lyn Magette, Susan Wight,
strong play, the team of Alice Striffler, Mallory Martha Davidson and Sherry Walker

Hetzel, Janis Prock and Gigi Smith took Low
Gross with their score of 143. Our Flight 1 winners were Sally Curry, Cyndi Carlson, Carol
Temple and Pam Fisher with a net score of “120.” Flight 2 winners following a scorecard
playoff were Joanne Domson, Pam Oetgen, Pat Kaufman and Jessie Lahr with a net score of
“119.” Winning Flight 3 was the team of Evie Odom, Sherry Wrucke, Margaret Parham and
Faith Williams who fired a net score of “116.” Rounding out this year’s winners from Flight 4
were Janet Ellis, Cyndi Tymoff, Carol Cohen and Susan Kletz who posted a net score of “117.”
Congratulations to all of this year’s winners and thank you to everyone who participated!
We look forward to welcoming everyone back next year for the 2020 Martha Macklin Smith

Ladies’ Member-Guest!

James G. Parke Men’s
Member-Guest

Champions: Mark Finn & Russell Brooks Congratulations to Mark Finn and Russell Brooks
for winning the 2019 James G. Parke Men’s
Member-Guest! They won in a thrilling shootout
to defeat Mike Disharoon and Ben Hoover!
Congrats to all our flight winners and thank you
to all of our members, guests and PACC Team
members for making it such an amazing event.

Leo V. Kernan Ladies’ Member-Member Champions: Babs Neff &
Julie Holland
Congratulations to the team of Babs Neff and Julie Hol-
land, our 2019 Member-Member Champions! The win-
ning score was a strong-17 net score of “53.” Taking Low
Gross was the team of Alice Striffler and Joanne Domson
who fired 76. Our Flight 1 Winners were Sally Curry and
Donna Hicks who posted a net score of “63.” Flight 2 win-
ners were Glenda McKinnon and Lou Watson who fired a
great net score of “61.” Thank you to everyone for their
patience with the weather this week and for your partici-
pation!

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From the Links From the Links

Parent-Child Tournament Champions: Pat & Chris Devine
6 & Under Division
Congratulations to the Overall Parent-Child Gross Champion- Robbie & Will Bradshaw | 36
Champion, Pat & Chris Devine! Pat & Chris Gross Runner-up – Bernie & Bear Williams | 43
cleared the field by six strokes with an Net Champions- Josh & Stiles Parnell | 34
amazing score of 63. Please see the below Net Runner-up- Mike & Press Disharoon | 36
for the full results for each division. Thank
you to all those who participated in this
year’s Parent-Child. We had 112 players,
which is twice as many as we had last year!
16 & Over Division
Gross Champion- Pat & Chris Devine | 63
Gross Runner-up- Gary & Evan Beck | 69
Net Champion- John & Lucky Peterson | 67
Net Runner-up- Bill & Ryan Fairchild | 69

13-15 Year Old Division
Gross Champion- Andrew & Tucker Smith | 74
Gross Runner-up- Robbie & Max Bradshaw | 74
Net Champions- Jim & Mac Wilson | 70

12 -7 Year Old Division
Gross Champion- Troy & Blake Heselius | 34
Gross Runner-up- Randy & Graydon Nordstrom | 36
Net Champions- Richard & Davis Doummar | 33
Net Runner-up- Shaun & Alex Rai | 34

Ladies’ Challenge Matches

Congratulations to our Flight 1 Bracket winners, Mary McNeal and Babs Neff! The two fought
hard to make the final match with our other Semi-Finalists: Jeanne Beck and Alice Striffler.
After a tough final match, McNeal and Neff finished with a 3 & 2 victory.
Another congratulations to our Flight 2 Bracket winners, Evie Odom and Faye Clark! During
their final match, Odom and Clark played the tough duo of Carol Cohen and Emily Mills. After

19 holes, Odom and Clark finished 1 up to take the
final.
Thank you to all of our ladies for their
participation!

Mary McNeal & Babs Neff

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From the Links

Men’s Triumvirate

The Princess Anne winning streak came to an end as the Cavalier Golf and Yacht Club won
the 2019 Triumvirate. Team Cavalier squeaked our the victory at home, in the rain shortened
nine hole event. The Princess Anne was led by John Watson and Mike Hays in the gross divi-
sion and Cecil Cutchins and Mike Clark in the net division. With the loss the Princess Anne’s
four match win streak came to end. Great playing to all and we look forward to next years
event at Bayville GC.

Gross Division: Chris Devine, John Watson, Mike Hays, Matt Andelelli, Keith Smedley,
Jerry Flowers, Dennis Casey, Matt Liebler, PGA

Net Division: Cecil Cutchins, Mike Clark, John Hawa, Jimmy Nash, Tom Barton, Jeff
Marks, Scott Ferris, Hu Odom, Mark Llobell, Sam Steingold, John Wilson, Bill Fairchild,

Billy McClanan, Roger Stroud, Toles Summers, Bill Kamarek

Ladies’ Triumvirate

Congratulations to Bayville Golf Club who posted a team score of -1 to take the title of Ladies
Triumvirate Champions of 2019 over Princess Anne CC and Cavalier G&YC.
Under the leadership of Captain Jeanne Beck, the PACC team fell just short with a team score
of +3 to take second place. Cavalier G&YC finished with a team score of +16 to take third
place. A big thanks to this year’s 2019 PACC Triumvirate Team for a great battle!

Jeanne Beck, Katie Werszner, Babs Neff, Talbott Jordan, Susan Wight,
Alice Striffler, Donna Hicks, Carol Temple, Peggy Dunnington, Julie Holland,

Lou Watson, Monique Martone.
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From the Links From the Links

Els for Autism
Pro-Am Invitational

Your Princess Anne family was honored to
host the Third Annual Els for Autism Pro-Am
Invitational July 28-29, 2019. We continue to
be amazed by the generosity of our members
and friends with this year’s event raising more
than $219,000 for autism awareness and
our local Navy SEAL community, bringing our
three year total to just under $600,000. The
2019 Els for Autism Exhibition

PACC’s hometown pro Brinson Paolini took
home the pro’s trophy with the team of Evan
Beck, Robbie Bradshaw, Patrick Finn and Steve Peake taking home the overall championship.
We cannot thank Mr. Ernie Els, our golf professionals and our event planning committee
enough for all of their hard work in making this an event that will leave a lasting impact on
our community!

Beck and Paolini Award Winner

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

Prior Beck and Paolini trophy Winners:

2009 Alex Swan 2014 Nicholas Ellery Wetzler
2010 Tommy Barton Roland Princess Anne Living | September/October 2019 32
2011 Will Clark 2015 Carson Poulos
2012 Olivia Jones 2017 Miller Carr
2013 Jack Limroth 2018 Blake Heselius

TennisFrom the Courts

John’s Tip of the Month - Should you force your child to play tennis?

“Force” may be a strong word, “coerce” sounds better. If you’re interested
in giving them the gift of a lifetime sport that’s going to teach them how
to problem solve, think on their feet, learn etiquette and be a lady or a
gentlemen, have manners, be a good loser as well as a humble winner, learn
a sport that can be arranged quickly with just two people like jumping on a
court on a college campus and have a social, competitive outlet among friends
where you can get some exercise and sweat in a matter of minutes, then the
answer to that question is a resounding “YES!”

I’m not telling you anything you didn’t know about why our sport is the greatest, the problem is that our kids don’t
necessarily know that it is or believe us if we try to tell them. Nowadays we are so afraid to make our kids do anything other
than make good grades because we believe that in doing so we’ll give them the best chance to succeed in life. School for
the most part is certainly not fun, nor is homework, but it’s a necessary part of a child’s development whether they like it or
not. Our approach to sports should be similar in that we should ensure that it is part of their development. It’s not always
going to be fun nor does it need to, but simply a must have. Kids are always going to enjoy team sports more because
they are going to be with their friends, the problem is once high school team sports are over they are unlikely to take part
in those sports again. Tennis on the other hand can be lonely, hard to learn and be good at, but get them to persevere by
keeping their hand in either a clinic or a lesson, even during the season of another sport, and they’ll begin to enjoy it for
what it is.

Stringing Tip: If you use a Poly String in your racquet, you are 5 times more likely to develop tennis elbow.
Poly is designed for high performance juniors, college players and tour players who need durability otherwise they would
be restringing their racquets every day. For the rest of us, a Poly isn’t required for durability and there is a good chance that
if we do use it, we will develop arm, wrist or shoulder trouble. The other problem with it is that it doesn’t break because it’s
like wire, so you forget to restring after the recommended two-month period when its performance drops off the cliff and
it becomes loose and therefore unpredictable. We should all be using either a hybrid (poly/synthetic), a synthetic gut or
natural gut for better touch, feel and injury prevention.

Pro Shop News

We’ve had quite a lot of turn over with our pro shop team this summer for various reasons.
Lauren Costello managed to land a full time job as a 4th grade school teacher which was of
TENNIS course in her field. Kassandra Martinez
TALK had to go back to Ecuador to take care of
her ailing grandmother. We have added
Trina Ferrell from up at the front desk in
the main clubhouse, Darby Hunt, the top
tennis player from FC High School and Andrea Ayala, also the top
player from Ocean Lakes High School. In the meantime Charmagne
Fraser has been filling in during the process of finding and hiring new
team members. As far as anything new for sale, we’ve added a new
brand of racquets to our wall, we will now be selling Yonex frames
which are very popular right now so feel free to take one out for a
test drive next time you play.

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From the Courts

TENNIS Pickle Ball News
TALK
Our Pickle Ball program is picking up steam which is why we are
moving ahead with two, permanent, lined courts on top of our
outdoor hard tennis court number 8 on the east side of our tennis
building. We are also offering lessons to anyone who would like to
up their game or simply get started. If you are interested in a pickle
ball lesson, please contact the Tennis Shop at 757-428-7803.

Upcoming Tennis Events

September Saturday, September 7 – Sunday, September 8

Spindle Cup (@FCC) Friday, October 4 – Sunday, October 6
Sunday, October 6
October Saturday, October 12 – Sunday, October 13
Member-Member Mixed Doubles Tournament
Junior Country Club Cup (Away - TBA) Thursday, November 28
USTA Junior Tournament Friday, November 29 – Sunday, December 1
November
Thanksgiving Day Cardio TBA
Thanksgiving Classic L5 USTA Tournament
December
Holiday Tennis Camps

Anderson Cup

What an exciting weekend we had here at PACC for

the 58th Annual Anderson Cup ladies competition!

We had a solid start to the weekend with three singles

wins out of six and two doubles wins out of three. This

however only put us in third place since CCV had seven

and NYCC six. On day two we recorded two singles

wins and two doubles wins going into our last match

of the tournament where Bekki Jucksch and Michele

Dallman played NYCC’s Kelly Martone and Catie Sullivan. Andy Hinkle, Talbott Jordan, Bekki Jucksch, Marie Clunan, Michele Dallman,
Unbeknownst to our girls, we needed to win that match John Fraser, Amy Paschold, Toby Fanney, Suzy Breit, Courtney Graves,
in order to take second place. We lost the first set 3-6 Leslie Cutchins, Bev Mason and Debby Levi.
but came back to win 6-2,6-2. Actually, that win put us

in a tie with NYCC, but then we had four head-to-head

wins over their one, which put us solely in second place. PACC finished only four points behind the mighty CCV and took second

place for the third year in a row! I couldn’t have been prouder of the way they fought for every point. A huge thanks to our players for

making this event a priority and to Talbott Jordan, one of our Anderson Cup originals, for being team captain.

Here are the results:

1st CCV – 14

2nd PACC – 10 (by way of 4-1 head to head wins over NYCC)

3rd NYCC – 10

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From the Courts

Virginia Cup Charles Einwick, John Cochrane, John Fraser, Britt Visser, Jaime Conley
and Allan Parrott (Not Pictured: Stuart Sim, Sam Steingold,
In our first cup event of the season, we had our best Kent McCammon, David Jacobs and Brandon Beavers).
men compete in the 25th Annual Virginia Cup and
Westwood Club from Richmond was able to defend
their title. Our guys fought valiantly and were actually in
2nd place after the morning matches. By the time we
were shaking hands after the last ball was hit, we were
in third place behind Westwood and CCV, but ahead of
Norfolk Yacht.
Here are the results:
1st WW – 6 pts 3rd PACC – 3 pts
2nd CCV – 5 pts 4th NYCC – 2 pts

Fun Cup Sam Steingold, Bonnie Green, Brady McNaughton, Emery O’Connor,
Kevin O’Connor and Arnold Pence (Not Pictured: Pete Barnett,
We scored a huge victory for PACC Tennis this year by
winning the 2019 Fun Cup at VBTCC (The Racquet Club)! Julie Brown, Kelly Charles, Cindy Crosslin, Lisa Deaver, Vinita Folck,
We had 30 of our players competing against teams from Robert Frazier, John Gill, Courtney Graves, Brian Horan,
Norfolk Yacht, Cavalier and VBTCC in a men’s doubles,
women’s doubles and mixed doubles in four different David Jacobs, Bill Kamarek, Beth Kulas, Debby Levi, Adam Long,
divisions from 3.0 - 4.5. This Cup event is over 20 Marlo McNaughton, Frank Mihlon, Suzanne Mihlon, Aden Murray,
years old and we’ve only won it one other time so we
were quite happy to bring the Cup home once again! Adam Newman, Mike Perkins, Nicole Perkins, Chris Poulos,
Congratulations to our team, please give them a high Chris Pridgen and Nick Trader).
five if you see them!
Here are the results:
1st PACC – 11 pts
3rd NYCC & VBTCC tied – 8 pts
4th CAV – 3 pts

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From the Courts

Tidewater Cup Bill McClanan, Don Crigger, John Fraser, Sam Steingold, Chris Poulos, Neil
Richards, Allan Haynsworth, Ira Steingold and Adam Long (Not Pictured: Pat
This was one for the ages! Our Tidewater Cup
team went into this event with the goal of Devine, Scott Baxter, Rickey Jacobson and Ramsay Smith).
bringing the Cup home for the first time in 3
years. Little did they know that they would not
only bring it home but go 10 and 0 to score the
very first shutout in the Cup’s history! What was
surprising about the whole thing was that several
of the matches went to 3rd set tie breakers so
were by no means easy. Somehow we were
just able to come up with the goods when we
needed to. A huge congrats to our team for their
inspiration and will to win!
Here are the results:
1st PACC – 10 pts 3rd CAV – 3pts
2nd NYCC – 5 pts 4th EMCC – 2pts

Adult Singles Club Championship

We were thrilled to get a record 85 tennis members playing in eight different divisions for our Singles Club Championship this
year! The tournament started in the beginning of May and ran for two weeks. We had a beautiful night for the finals and were
excited to have the Open Mic festivities going on at the same time on the Boulevard. Here are the new champions:

Women’sAFinals
Nicole Legum & Aden Murray

Co-Champions

Men’s A Finals
Bill McClanan def.
Richard Doummar

Men’s Open Finals Women’s Open Finals Men’s Senior Finals
Britt Visser def. Debby Levi def. Richard Doummar
Scott Baxter Bev Mason
def. Pat Devine

Men’s A Consolation Winner – Adam Long
Women’s Open Consolation Winner – Leslie Cutchins
Women’s A Consolation Winner – Kristina Chastain
Women’s B Consolation Winner – Courtney Morrall

Men’s B Finals Women’s B Finals
Greg Deaver def. Christina Gondusky def.

Frank Mihlon Suzanne Mihlon

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

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From the Courts

Member-Guest Doubles Tournament

We had by far the strongest field for our 2019 Member/Guest Doubles Championship this summer in both Open and A divisions!
It certainly was a hot weekend for the players but everyone made it through unscathed and still managed to put on a display for
the spectators all three days of the event. Here are the final results:

Men’s Open Finals Women’s Open Women’sAFinals Men’s A Finals
Ryan Charles/Erick Rivas def. Round Robin Winners Dillon Yost/Annika Kezman def. Cole Jordan/Jack Kalfus def. Brady
Molly Hobbs/Charleen Calvin Megan Hupp/Sarah McEwen
Britt Visser/Alfredo Galvez McNaughton/Lewis Capolupo
Women’s B
Men’s B Finals Round Robin Winners Men’s Open Consolation Winners –
Kevin Fay/Gary Alcaraz def. Jean Toan/Janice Hamilton Brandon Beavers/Ryan Davidson
Neil Sullivan/Andrew Miller
Men’s A Consolation Winners –
Bill McClanan/Justin McDaniel

Women’s A Consolation Winners –
Beth Skolnick/Sarah Whitimore

Men’s Senior Finals
Ricky Stevens/Ben McCoy def.

Jimmy Sellers/Winder Bill

High School Tennis / Junior News

Our juniors from the club had another great year of
high school tennis this past spring adding to their
string of successes from last year. Cox High School
coached by John Fraser went all the way to the State
finals again this year before facing their nemesis,
Chantilly from Northern VA, who overwhelmed them
again. PACC’s Ashton Legum, Barrett Foster and Aidan
O’Connor were all on that team.

On the private side, PACC’s Cox High School Tennis Team

Grahame Brown, played

number 1 in his freshman year

at Cape Henry this year and was

awarded Team MVP. Grahame also made First Team singles and doubles for TCIS as well as First Team All

State.

GrahameBrown
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Citi Open Bus Trip From the Courts

It was another successful Parent-Child Social

bus trip up to the Citi We had a beautiful night and a great turn out for our Summer
Parent/Child Social! Thanks to everyone who came out to play.
Open Tournament to see
Summer Camp
the professional players
It was a summer full of kids’
in action! 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

Meet Clarissa Clark

About Clarissa

Clarissa was born and raised in Howard County, Maryland. Growing up, she was
training to become a professional ballet dancer, but after 12 years of dedication and
training, she took another route towards weightlifting and calisthenics. Clarissa has
become a teacher and coach of several different fitness modalities. Clarissa has been
working in the fitness industry since 2009 and has been coaching kids and adults since
2013. She has studied under the mentorship of an Olympic coach for two years, has
received certifications as a nutrition coach, and has passed her Crossfit level 2 trainer
certification. Now a local in Virginia Beach, over the last several years Clarissa has
competed in multiple performance-based fitness competitions, as well as coached
athletes towards competitions. As a lover of yoga, dance, weightlifting and high intensity workouts, Clarissa has a passion
for not only teaching fitness, but living it as a lifestyle.

Clarissa’s Favorite Workout

One of my favorite workouts actually has a name; it’s called Mary. The workout consists of attempting as many rounds of
possible of the excercises listed on the next page. I love this workout because I love handstand pushups and pistols – with
my ballet/gymnastics background I am able to really test my cardio because I can move quickly through those exercises.
It’s so fun!

Where to Find Clarissa

Strength & Conditioning CLARISSA | FAST 5
Tuesdays at 5:15 PM I 45 min
Strengthen and tone with bouts of metabolic 1. Fave exercise:
conditioning and a focus on proper technique The squat clean; I love Olympic weightlifting!
while lifting. This workout includes a movement-
specific warmup, a strength/lifting portion, and 2. Fave book:
a high-intensity portion, followed by auxiliary The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz
work & cool down. You’ll leave feeling strong
and capable after this productive 45-minute 3. Fave healthy snack:
class. A handful of Pistachios and an apple

Personal training with Clarissa 4. Fave indulgance:
Call the Fitness Center at 757-440-3102 for Anything chocolate related
details.

5. Who (past/present) would you like to train with?
I would love to train with Dimitry Klokov, a
professional Olympic Lifter from Russia. OR Annie
Thorisdottir, a Crossfit Games “Fittest on Earth”
Athlete from Iceland.

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Clarissa’s Favorite Workout 2 Lifestyles & Fitness

The Mary Workout (not pictured) 1

1. 5 HANDSTAND PUSHUPS 3
2. 10 PISTOL SQUATS (ONE-LEGGED SQUATS) 3
3. 15 PULL UPS (IN 20 MINUTES)

Mary Workout | Alternates

Beginner Version
1. 5 PUSH UPS
2. 10 AIR OR BOX SQUATS
3. 15 BENT ROWS
Intermediate Version
1. 30-SECOND HANSTAND HOLD OR

5 SEATED DUMBBELL PRESS
2. 5 LEG LATERAL BOX STEP-UPS
3. 15 JUMPING PULL UPS OR ROWS

1

2

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Lifestyles & Fitness

TRAINER TIPS

Quick Tips | Sabine Elbe

Kitchen Secrets

TIP 1:
Clean & prep as much of your produce as possible when
you bring it home. Makes it much easier to put together for
lunch or at dinner time after a long day at work.

TIP 2:
If you buy spinach in the plastic container, flip it over in the
fridge each day to prevent the condensation from wilting
the leaves.

TIP 3:
I always flip my nut butters upside down and set them in the cabinet for a couple
days before opening. Mixes all the oil into the rest of the nut butter.

CARDIO DANCE FOR SENIORS
SATURDAYS, SEPT. 21 | OCT. 19
10:30 AM

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.
FITNESS!
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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Lifestyles & Fitness

Summer Fitness Highlights

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AquaticsFrom the Deep End

By Brian Triolet, Aquatics Director In closing, I would like to thank all of the families that supported
PACC Breakers this season; with special thanks to everyone
It won’t be long now before we bring an end to pool season who volunteered to help with meet set-up, scoring, judging and
at PACC. I hope that all of you have felt like the pool staff have timing. I would also like to extend our gratitude to our team
exceeded your expectations. If we did not make this season one sponsors who gave generously to help maintain a high quality
of the best for you and your family, please let me, the pool staff swimming and diving program. Lastly, I would like to thank the
or the Pool Committee members know! I would like to take this Pool Committee for all of their support, advice and their tireless
opportunity to thank the lifeguard staff. Throughout the season, efforts assisting in all of the activities at the pool this summer.
their commitment to a safe pool environment never waivered.
Even though the first day of school is almost upon us, we are
Thanks to the leadership of our coaching staff, Kate Lorenz still open for adult swimmers throughout September and
and Molly Cassidy, our diving team has enjoyed much success. open weekends for the general membership and their guests.
With their efforts, we were able to host three home meets. Make a note of the dates and times for September as they are
Their season culminated in the PACC Diving Invitational. listed in this publication and come on out to the pool for some
Congratulations to the dive coaches, parents and divers for such relaxation. Remember, our pool is heated and the warm water
a wonderful season. might be just the thing to help bring an end to those great days
of summer.
Our swim coaches, Kristen Zielinski, Emma Hewitt and Tara
LaRusso also had a wonderful season with 115 swimmers Hours of Operation for September
representing the PACC Breakers, competing at the Marlin
Divisional meet and 35 qualifying for All-Stars. Though their September 2 (Labor Day) 10:00 am- 6:00 pm
record didn’t show it, the swimmers had a great season with Members/Guests
many personal bests and team records. Our swimmers also
competed well at the Divisional meet finishing fifth overall. Weekends in September 10:00 am- 5:00 pm
Three PACC records were broken. The following swimmers set Members/Guests
new PACC records;
Elizabeth Cutchins – Girls 8 & Under 25 meter Backstroke Adults may swim every day in September from 5:30 am-10:00
(22.24), Jack Poteran – Boys 6 and Under 25 meter Backstroke am.
(26.43), Betsy McCabe, Carter Inman, Sally Carter McCabe and
Liza Cutchins – Girls 8 and Under 100 meter Freestyle Relay
(1:16.67). Please join me in congratulating our swimmers and
coaches for all of their hard work and dedication this season.

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2019 Divisional Swimming Championship Results

NAME AGE GROUP EVENTS PLACE NAME AGE GROUP EVENTS PLACE

Jack Poteran 6 and Under 25m Free 1 Oliver McCammon 12 and Under 50m Free 2
Davis Harding 25m Back 1 Will Foley 12 and Under 50m Fly 4
Willie Korte Liza Pridgen 12 and Under 50m Free 4
Maximus Griffey 6 and Under 25m Free 5 100m IM 6
Liza Cutchins 50m Back 6
INDIVIDUAL EVENTS Carter Inman 6 and Under 25m Free 5 50m Free 5
8 and Under 25m Back 6 50m Fly 3
8 and Under
8 and Under 25m Free 4 Xander Willis 12 and Under 50m Breast 4
25m Breast 5
25m Free 1 Rose Bannon 14 and Under 50m Breast 4
25m Back 1
25m Fly 1

25m Free 6 John Foley 14 and Under 100m IM 5
Cate Ware 18 and Under
Parker Harding 8 and Under 50m Free 5 Brynn Brazukas 18 and Under 50m Free 4
Oliver Wynne 8 and Under Guil Ware 18 and Under 100m IM 4
50m Free 6 Sam Stanton 18 and Under
25m Back 2 Elizabeth Parsons 18 and Under 50m Free 6
50m Breast 3
Betsy McCabe 8 and Under 50m Free 2 50m Back 4
100m IM 2
Sallie Carter McCabe 8 and Under 50m Free 5 50m Back 2
25m Breast 3 50m Fly 2
25 Fly 3 100m IM 3
25m Free 1 50m Back 5
25m Back 5
Connor Horan 10 and Under 25m Fly 3 100m IM 5
50m Fly 6
25m Breast 4
Caroline Willis 10 and Under 25m Back 6

RELAY EVENTS EVENT NAMES PLACE

6 and Under 100m Mixed Freestyle Reagan Haynsworth, Willie Korte, David Harding, Jack Poteran 3
8 & Under 100m Mixed Freestyle Oliver Wynne, Maximus Griffey, Betsy McCabe, Liza Cutchins 3
10 & Under 100m Mixed Freestyle Vaughan Cutchins, Helen McCabe, Caroline Willis, Connor Horan 5
12 & Under 100m Mixed Freestyle Liddy Lehmkuhler, Liza Pridgen, Olive McCammon, Will Foley 4
14 & Under 200m Mixed Freestyle Maria Delyannis, Rose Bannon, Alex Ortiz, John Foley 7
18 and Under 200m Mixed Freestyle Cate Ware, Elizabeth Parsons, Tradd Rector, Guil Ware 2
8 and Under Boys 100m Freestyle Oliver Wynne, Jack Poteran, Alden Morrall, Maximus Griffey 3
8 and Under Girls 100m Freestyle Betsy McCabe, Carter Inman, Sallie Carter McCabe, Liza Cutchins 1
10 and Under Boys 100m Freestyle Vaughan Cutchins, Jack Watson, Paul-Michael Griffey, Connor Horan 3
10 and Under Girls 100m Freestyle Helen McCabe, Marlee Brown, Banks Brown, Caroline Willis 4
12 and Under Boys 100m Freestyle Kiran Folck, Xander Willis, Oliver McCammon, Will Foley 4
12 and Under Girls 100m Freestyle Sabrine Yee, Maria Delyannis, Liddy Lehmkuhler, Liza Pridgen 7
14 and Under Boys 200m Freestyle Alex Rader, Alex Ortiz, Reed Rader, John Foley 6

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From the Deep End

2019 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.

Leni Jolly
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.

Liddy Lehmkulher
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.

Connor Horan
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
process.

Leo Delyannis
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
considered.

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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 season.

SWIM TEAM DIVE TEAM

Six & Under Seven & Under
MVPs MVP

Jack Poteran / Willie Korte Will Bradshaw
Coach’s Award Coach’s Award
Davis Harding
Davis Harding / Reagan Haynesworth
Nine & Under
Eight & Under MVP
MVPs
Lea Poteran
Parker Harding / Liza Cutchins Coach’s Award
Coach’s Award Camille Angelelli

Max Griffey / Mary Kate McGuigan Ten & Eleven
MVPs
Ten & Under
MVPs Bennett Meddows / Elizabeth Grant
Coach’s Award
Vaughan Cutchins / Caroline Willis Betsy McCabe
Coach’s Award

George Temple / Helen McCabe

Twelve & Under
MVPs

Oliver McCammon / Liza Pridgen
Coach’s Award

Luke Buchanan / Sofia Griffey

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From the Deep End

Congratulations PACC All-Stars

Rose Bannon Brynn Brazukas Marlee Brown
Banks Brown
Kiran Folck Liza Cutchins Vaughan Cutchins
Maximus Griffey
Parking Harding John Foley Will Foley
Carter Inman
Betsy McCabe Paul-Michael Griffey Davis Harding
Oliver McCammon
Jack Poteran Reagan Haynsworth Connor Horan
Sam Stanton
Annie Watson Willie Korte Liddy Lehmkuhler
Caroline Willis
Helen McCabe Sallie Carter McCabe

Alden Morrall Elizabeth Parsons

Liza Pridgen Tradd Rector

Cate Ware Guil Ware

Jack Watson Xander Willis

Oliver Wynne

RELAY RESULTS

EVENT NAME(S) PLACE
Mixed 6 & Under 100m Free 11
Reagan Haynsworth, Willie Korte, Davis Harding, Jack Poteran 4
10
Mixed 8 & Under 100m Free Oliver Wynne, Maximus Griffey, Betsy McCabe, Liza Cutchins 6
10
Mixed 10 & Under 100m Free Vaughan Cutchins, Helen McCabe, Caroline Willis, Connor Horan 2
7
Mixed 12 & Under 100m Free Liddy Lehmkuhler, Liza Pridgen, Oliver McCammon, Will Foley 10
9
Boys 8 & Under 100m Free Oliver Wynne, Jack Poteran, Parker Harding, Maximus Griffey

Girls 8 & Under 100m Free Betsy McCabe, Carter Inman, Sallie Carter McCabe, Liza Cutchins

Boys 10 & Under 100m Free Vaughan Cutchins, Jack Watson, Paul-Michael Griffey, Connor Horan

Girls 10 & Under 100m Free Helen McCabe, Annie Watson, Lea Poteran, Caroline Willis

Boys 12 & Under 100m Free Kiran Folck, Xander Willis, Oliver McCammon, Will Foley
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EVENT INDIVIDUAL RESULTS PLACE EVENT INDIVIDUAL RESULTS PLACE
6 9
NAME(S) 11 NAME(S) 11
7 4
Boys 6 & Under 25m Free Jack Poteran Girls 10 & Under 25m Back Caroline Willis 5
Davis Harding 7 1
2 Boys 12 & Under 50m Back Will Foley 4
Girls 6 & Under 25m Free Willie Korte 9 6
1 11
Boys 8 & Under 25m Free Maximus Griffey Boys 18 & Under 50m Back Sam Stanton
Girls 8 & Under 25m Free 7
Liza Cutchins 8 Boys 8 & Under 25m Fly Oliver Wynne
Carter Inman 11
3 Girls 8 & Under 25m Fly Liza Cutchins
5 Sallie Carter McCabe
Boys 10 & Under 25m free Connor Horan 5
7
Girls 10 & Under 25m Free Caroline Willis 8 Boys 12 & Under 50m Fly Oliver McCammon
Boys 8 & Under 50m Free
Girls 8 & Under 50m Free Parker Harding 8 Girls 12 & Under 50m Fly Liza Pridgen
Boys 12 & Under 50m Free Oliver Wynne
Girls 12 & Under 50m Free 10
Betsy McCabe
Sallie Carter McCabe 5

Oliver McCammon 3
Will Foley
8
Liza Pridgen
8
Boys 18 & Under 50m Free Sam Stanton
11
Boys 8 & Under 25m Breast Maximus Griffey
4
Girls 8 & Under 25m Breast Sallie Carter McCabe
12
Girls 10 & Under 25m Breast Caroline Willis
6
Boys 12 & Under 50m Breast Xander Willis
9
Girls 14 & Under 50m Breast Rose Bannon 2
6
Boys 14 & Under 100m IM John Foley 10

Boys 18 & Under 100m IM Sam Stanton

Girls 18 & Under 100m IM Elizabeth Parsons

Boys 6 & Under 25m Back Jack Poteran

Boys 8 & Under 25m Back Oliver Wynne

Girls 8 & Under 25m Back Liza Cutchins
Boys 10 & Under 25m Back Betsy McCabe

Connor Horan

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Septembe2r 019Sunday. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

sSunday Brunch & sGolf Course sFall Cocktail s1/2 Price Wine sMen’s Member/ sMen’s Member/ sBack to the
Member ( Sat) PACC Party
Funday Clubhouse Open Night Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Member Stag West Lawn
sHappy Hour
sBreakfast/Lunch/ sPool Open sTrivia Night Night (Martini Night) sSpindle Cup
Dinner Breakers 10 am - 6 pm Clubhouse with Live Music @ FCC ( Sun)
(closes at 3:00 pm) sCrafts & Drafts Clubhouse
sPatriot Golf Clubhouse sBreakfast/
sLabor Day Weekend 6 sGrillin’ & Chillin’ Lunch/Dinner
Breakers
Cookout Breakers Blvd.
7sPool Open
sPatriot Golf 2 3 4 5
10 am - 5 pm
1 Weekend

sSunday Brunch & sGolf Course sGolf Course s1/2 Price Wine sCrafts & Drafts sGrillin’ & Chillin’ sNapa Valley

Funday Clubhouse Closed: Greens Closed: Greens Night Clubhouse Clubhouse Breakers Blvd. Wine Class

sBreakfast/Lunch/ Aerification Aerification Clubhouse

Dinner Breakers sFall Cocktail sBreakfast/
Night Clubhouse Lunch/Dinner
sPool Open Breakers
10 am - 5 pm
sPool Open
13 1410 am - 5 pm
8 9 10 11 12

sSunday Brunch & sFall Cocktail s1/2 Price Wine sCrafts & Drafts sGrillin’ & Chillin’ sBreakfast/
Funday Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Clubhouse Breakers Blvd. Lunch/Dinner
sBreakfast/Lunch/ Breakers
Dinner Breakers sWine Tasting sKid’s
sPool Open Breaker’s Blvd. Camp-Out Night sCardio Dance
10 am - 5 pm Golf Course for Seniors
Fitness
15
16 17 18 19 20 21sPool Open
10 am - 5 pm

sSunday Brunch & sFall Cocktail s1/2 Price Wine sCrafts & Drafts sBreakfast/Lunch/
Funday Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Clubhouse Dinner Breakers
sBreakfast/Lunch/ sPool Open
Dinner Breakers sWine Tasting 10 am - 5 pm
sPool Open Breaker’s Blvd.
10 am - 5 pm 27 28
23 24 25 26
22

sSunday Brunch & sFall Cocktail s1/2 Price Wine sCrafts & Drafts
Funday Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Clubhouse

sHusband & Wife sWine Tasting
Tournament Breaker’s Blvd.

sBreakfast/Lunch/
Dinner Breakers

sPool Open

29 10 am - 5 pm 30

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