September 2019 Newsletter



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PRESIDENT GaryW. Ferguson


In the next few weeks, the Centennial Scholarship Committee will be sending out their bi- annual request for contributions to the scholarship fund.This fund was started as part of the Club’s Centennial Celebration in 2001 and since its inception, has generously provided over $500,000 in educational scholarships to deserving Club employees, dependents and caddies. Our appreciation for the dedication and friendliness of our wonderful Club employees deserves to be recognized by the membership and shared with our employees. Contributions to the fund is a small but important way to express our gratitude in a manner that can significantly impact their lives for years to come. Please keep on the lookout in your mailbox for this kind request, and I thank you in advance for your gracious contribution. Gary Ferguson P resident

TREASURER John S.Wellons

SECRETARY Thomas C. Humphrey


CLASS OF 2019 Richard D. Cates Kimberly A. Ciconte J. Brinton Detwiler Megan S. Greenberg William B. Harman, Jr. Laura Lubin Rossi David E.Wilks Edward K.Wissing CLASS OF 2020 SteveW. Casey D. Michael Gioffre, Jr. Adam G. Landis Jonathan N. Saunders Edward A.Tarlov MarthaWhite HONORARY DIRECTORS Joseph F. Hacker, III Richard H. Keller


Robert G. Hackett, Jr. Calvert A. Morgan, Jr. Pierre duPont Hayward

Allen M.Terrell, Jr. John F. Porter, III



Please welcome the following new members when you see them at the Club.


Vincent & Jennifer Abessinio Richard &Virginia Rettig

NEWLY ELECTED JUNIOR MEMBERS Ava Adams, Ellen Nicole Kirifides, Elin Ladig, Henry Ladig, Cooper McDonald

SEPTEMBER MEMBER MILESTONES Dr. Martha Lynn Brinsfield 15 Mr. John G. Ferrante 25 Dr. Louis K. Rafetto 25 Mrs. KarynWeaver 25 Mrs. LeeWakefield 30 Mr. H. Burke Flickinger, Jr. 35 Mr. David L. Sysko 45 SEPTEMBER EMPLOYEE MILESTONES Juan Corona Banquet Chef, 20Years Kim Edwards Accounts Payable/Payroll, 18Years Hipolito “Poli” Aguilar South Course Bunker Captain, 18Years RyanWrightson Garde Manger Chef, 13Years Samantha Kempter Special Events Coordinator, 2Years Doug Bland Banquet Server, 1Year Scott McNamara Assistant Tennis Professional, 1Year Geraldine Murzynski Snack Bar Attendant/Coat Check (Part-time), 32Years The Board of Directors, members and staff of Wilmington Country Club extend their sincerest sympathy to the family of: P. GeraldWhite IN MEMORIAM



September Greetings! As the calendar moves towards autumn, I have a couple of topics to visit. The first is not particularly pleasant, but extremely important. Given the nature of your Club’s activity, it will occasionally happen that a member, guest or employee will be faced with a medical emergency.To prepare for this eventuality, more than thirty employees have undergone training to provide assistance when called upon.They comprise our “first response team”.We have had nine AED on site with individuals certified in their use for more than 20 years, and have had the need to use them. Unfortunately, having AED units available isn’t enough. I’m reminded of a conversation with a fellow Club Manager who shared a tragic tale of a member who suffered a heart attack on the golf course at his Club. A playing partner called 911 from his cell phone to summon assistance, but no one thought to call the Clubhouse where an AED unit and immediate aid was available. If you should encounter an emergency situation while at our Club, aid can be obtained by picking up any Club phone, dialing “0” and informing us of the problem.You will be asked a few basic questions about the nature of the incident and, most importantly, your location (it never happens at the front door!).This will trigger our response

protocols, including a call to 911, notification of our “first response team”, the movement of onsite emergency assistance to the location, and proper meeting and direction of arriving emergency professionals. However, we can only respond if we know about it. Emergency phones are located on the golf courses, adjacent to each water fountain.We also recommend that you have the Club phone number programmed into your mobile device. Now, let’s move to a topic that is a bit lighter. In recent years, we have extended the pool season a weekend past Labor Day. This year will be no different.The pool will close Tuesday through Friday immediately following the Labor Day weekend but, if the weather is conducive, will reopen Saturday and Sunday, September 7th and 8th with hours 10:00 am until 6:00 pm.The Poolside Café will also be open the same hours. Let’s hope for good weather! Inside the Clubhouse, September marks the beginning of what we call the “Dining Season”. Although the patio will remain available as long as weather permits, I urge you to consider dressing up a bit and visiting the Dining Room. In my humble (and perhaps biased) opinion, there is not a nicer room or experience in the area.Thursday remains “jacket, no tie” night. Piano music makes the experience complete on Friday and Saturday evenings.You don’t have to be celebrating a birthday to enjoy this wonderful venue. This month’s Bulletin also outlines additional social, golf and racquets events for you to enjoy. Special attention is deserved for a couple of new offerings, including: Burgers & Brews on the 19th; a Crab Crack on the 26th; and a unique Pro-Tennis / Jai-Alai Exhibition & Fall Tennis Invitational on the 27th. Speaking of tennis, the impact of the project to expand the number of indoor courts and replace the existing tennis lobby will really start to be felt this month. Anticipate that by the end of September, the lobby will be closed with demolition underway. Available parking in the upper lot will be restricted, the outdoor hard courts will have become a staging area for materials and a construction access to the indoor courts will have been established.When necessary, #10-N will be played as a par 3 from a forward set of tees. Protective fencing will have been installed and the sounds of construction will overpower the mowers and leaf blowers. As we have done with other construction projects, we will do our best to keep you informed with timely progress reports. I’m sure you have heard this before, but it seems a revisit to the Club’s cellphone policy is in order. Please don’t use them for voice communication. Don’t let them make noise. If checking messages or texting, use them with discretion in areas that aren’t highly visible. Always be considerate of the Club environment you are in and your impact on your fellow member. Also, a very unscientific survey (me watching cars drive in) suggests that a large number of the drivers are preoccupied using their phones as they are approaching (usually a bit too fast) the congested area of the Clubhouse. How can this be a good idea? Do you know what else went too fast? Summer. Once again, the season has passed with incredible speed. It seems like yesterday we were celebrating the opening of the Pool and Poolside Café with a wonderful three-day Memorial Day weekend. I hope you have had an opportunity to take advantage of the facilities enjoying your favorite activity. If not, don’t despair - there is still a full complement of social, golfing, racquets and fitness activities planned, so plenty of opportunities remain! I’ll see you at the Club. Phil Iannelli G eneral M anager



MEMBERSHIP DEVELOPMENT The cooler fall months are the perfect time to enjoy the scenic vistas that surround our Club.Whether you enjoy an evening dinning on the Terrace or a cocktail around the relaxing fire pits outside of Pub37 the view can’t be beat! Our Club and its accompanying landscapes are the perfect backdrop to showcase the Club. As summer draws to a close and our fall season activities start to heat up, I would like to share a friendly reminder that many enjoyable events are on the calendar. Bring a guest to our 1st Annual Burgers & Brews on Thursday, September 19th or on Thursday, September 26th our reintroduction of the Crab Crack! Both events will be outside under the lights and a great way to kick off the fall season! For those friends or family that have expressed interest in Membership, these events provide that “extra splash” of special. In addition, our Friday Happy Hours are ALWAYS a great time with plenty of activity…keep on the lookout for firepit Friday’s as the weather turns cooler! Also, check out the monthly and weekly Bulletins for information on sports activities to which you may wish to invite a guest. If you have any questions or need assistance regarding membership or the proposal process, please feel free to reach out to me anytime. In addition, Meghan Spero, Membership Development and Communications Manager, is a great Club resource to assist throughout the process. She can be reached by calling (302) 655-6171.We look forward to seeing you this September! P.S. For those 65 and older that have expressed interest in membership, there is a fantastic Stock Purchase discount program. For young professionals 35 and younger there is also a discount dues and deferred Stock program. Call or email Meghan and she will be happy to provide all of the specifics! Respectfully, Melissa Riegel M embership C ommittee C hairwoman




COMMUNICATIONS Click the video below for a message from Meghan Spero, Membership Development & Communications Manager.


How long have you worked atWilmington Country Club? My mom, Susan Mathias, has been the Administrative Assistant here at WCC for 30 years and she suggested I work at the Poolside Café after I graduated high school in 2011. I spent six summers at the Poolside Café and a few winter seasons as the coat check attendant. I started my official position as Communications Coordinator September 2016… 3 years ago! What are some of your responsibilities as Communications Coordinator? I work closely with my Communications Manager, Meghan Spero; I’m lucky to work alongside someone I get along with very well both personally and creatively.When we both started, we had a huge task of updating almost everything digital and print. Some of my responsibilities include the Club’s social media, updating the website, creating and scheduling emails, event menu and flyer design, the newsletter, and my personal favorite, all of the photography of the Club. Members love all of your photos.When and how did you get your start? Your sweet comments regarding my photography means the world to me, thank you. I’m lucky that I’m able to photograph such a special place. Growing up I always had a disposable camera and I joke that some of my first portrait sessions were of my American Girl doll. I attendedWilmington University and graduated in 2015 with a Bachelors Degree in Media Design with a tracking in Photography. It was my last year of college that I started to find my “ photographic eye” and wanted to make a career out of photography. I started my photography business and have been a freelance photographer since! You do quite a bit of photography around the area and in the community.We are lucky to have your skills here atWCC.Tell us about some of the projects you have done. While a majority of my work is portraits and weddings, I am also a volunteer photographer for Longwood Gardens and a contributing photographer for local food magazine, Edible Delmarva. I’ve been a member at Longwood Gardens for years and constantly shared my photography on my personal Instagram account, @beccamathiasphoto. I was extremely humbled by Longwood Gardens reaching out to me and asking me to be a part of their volunteer photography team. My work is shared on their social media and can be found in their print publications as well! If i’m not working, I’m most likely spending time at Longwood Gardens. Thanks to photographing food frequently here at the Club with the culinary guide of Chef Tip, I have taken a serious interest in food photography. I have had my work published in Edible Delmarva - which you can find in local spots such as Brew Haha and Janssen’s. What are some of your favorite things to photograph here atWCC? My favorite event to photograph, hands down, is the Farm to Table Dinner. I love the outdoor setting and everything from the table setup to the food is gorgeous to photograph. My favorite spot on property to photograph is the large pond by North #18. Standing underneath the tree right outside of the Golf Shop with the chairs looking at the pond. I have a photo of this view in every season. If you ever visit my mom in the front office, she has a giant print of the photos! Any photo tips you can share? I absolutely love seeing your photos and how you capture the Club. Follow along on Instagram (@wilmingtoncc1901) and Facebook ( and share your photos with us! Or you can email me photos directly at - I’d be happy to share your photos on our social media. Lighting is key, especially with mobile photography. Next time you take a photo on your phone, tap your screen on the brightest part of the scene.This works well if you’re outdoors to expose the photo properly. If you’re taking photos of food - don’t use your flash. Natural light is always better than flash. One more tip with mobile photography, try not to zoom in unless you really have to! Physically move closer to subject and your photo will be much clearer. If you see me around the Club photographing events or the grounds and see a photo you would like, feel free to reach out and I'll be happy to email it to you!




MONDAY No Clubhouse Food Service Hut: Closed TUESDAY Dining Room: Closed Tavern/Grille: 11:30 am - 9:00 pm

Pub37: Opens at 10:45 am Café: Opens at 11:00 am Hut: Closed

WEDNESDAY Dining Room: Closed Tavern/Grille: 11:30 am - 9:00 pm

Pub37: Opens at 10:45 am Café: Opens at 11:00 am Hut: Closed

THURSDAY Dining Room: 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Tavern/Grille: 11:30 am - 9:00 pm

Pub37: Opens at 10:45 am Café: Opens at 11:00 am Hut: Closed

FRIDAY Dining Room: 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm Tavern/Grille: 11:30 am - 9:30 pm

Pub37: Opens at 10:45 am Café: Opens at 11:00 am Hut: Closed

SATURDAY Dining Room: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm Tavern/Grille: 11:30 am - 9:30 pm

Pub37: Opens at 10:45 am Café: Opens at 11:00 am Hut: Closed

SUNDAY Dining Room: Closed Tavern/Grille: 10:30 am - 8:00 pm

Pub37: Opens at 10:45 am Café: Opens at 11:00 am Hut: Closed



AUGUST 27TH THROUGH SEPTEMBER 2ND Beef Tenderloin Tips, Onions, Peppers & Mushrooms over Rice Pilaf

SEPTEMBER 3RD THROUGH SEPTEMBER 8TH Roast Pork Loin, Braised Red Cabbage, Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Apple Cider Sauce SEPTEMBER 10TH THROUGH SEPTEMBER 15TH Fish & Chips with Cole Slaw, Malt Vinegar Aioli &Tartar Sauce SEPTEMBER 17TH THROUGH SEPTEMBER 22ND Spaghetti & Meatballs, Garlic Bread SEPTEMBER 24TH THROUGH SEPTEMBER 29TH Roast Turkey Breast with Stuffing, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Green Vegetable & Cranberry Relish --- Specials cost $14.95 and include choice of soup or salad. Reservations in the Tavern/Grille for parties of 5 or more are appreciated. SEPTEMBER DESSERT SPECIALS APPLE GALETTE North 9 Apple Butter, Crème Fraîche, Nut Streusel

CHOCOLATE LAVA SUNDAE Whipped Cream, Caramel Ice Cream, Salty Peanut Brittle

GREEK BAKLAVA Orange Honey Glaze,Vanilla Mousse,Warm Spiced Chocolate Sauce

SWEET CORN BUNDT Buttermilk Semifreddo, Strawberry Compote















18/person | 8/child | chit bar to include craft beer

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price tbd by market price | chit bar

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7 5K Fun Run/Walk 8:00 am Check In 8:30 am Race Start Weather Permitting Pool Open 10:00 am - 6:00 pm



4 9-Holers - Best Ball of 4 Back North 9:00 am Montchanin Bridge 12:30 pm Pool Closed 11 9-HolersWilmington Inivtational Back South 9:00 am Montchanin Bridge 12:30 pm

3 18-Holers Best 1-2-3 South 9:00 am Pool Closed



Thursday Bridge 9:30 am 9-Hole Ladies’ Twilight Front North 5:00 pm Pool Closed

Happy Hour 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Pub37 Pool Closed

Food Service Operating at Sunday Hours Labor Day

14 Sr./Super Sr. Stroke Play Championship North 9:00 am






Happy Hour 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Pub37

Thursday Bridge 9:30 am Men’s September Member-Guest South 12:30 pm

No Clubhouse Food Service Junior Tennis Clinics Begin

Fall Golf Clinics Begin WGAP Senior Amateur Championship South WCC Book Club 4:00 pm Ladies’ Lounge 17 18-Holers - Points North 9:00 am Match Play Finals Begin South PhiladelphiaVets Squash Doubles & 4.0 Singles League Begins

Men’s President’s Cup Finals End North Weather Permitting Pool Open 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Mixed Tennis Round Robin





15 Sr./Super Sr. Stroke Play Championship South 9:00 am Men’s BB of Partners Finals End South Mixed 2-Ball Finals End North Sr./Super Sr. Handicap Finals End Match Play Semis End Mixed Twilight Front North 5:00 pm Tennis Delaware Doubles Challenge


Happy Hour 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Pub37

Thursday Bridge 9:30 am

No Clubhouse Food Service Private Golf Outing North & South

9-Holers Club Championship Front North 9:00 am

18-Holers - Guest Day North 9:00 am Burgers & Brews 6:00 pm Ballroom Patio

Montchanin Bridge 12:30 pm

Junior Squash Clinics Begin

28 Grand Prix Junior Squash Singles #1 Delaware Tennis Doubles Challenge



24 18-Holers - Odds & Evens South 9:00 am

25 9-Holers - Scramble Best 7 of 9 Front South 9:00 am Montchanin Bridge 12:30 pm



Squash Singles & Doubles Round Robin Happy Hour 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Pub37

Thursday Bridge 9:30 am Crab Crack 6:00 pm Cocktails 6:30 pm Dinner Ballroom Patio Paddle Opening Night 6:00 pm

No Clubhouse Food Service Private Golf Outing North & South Private Tennis Outing



No Clubhouse Food Service Rosh Hashana

Match Play Finals Ends South


Need a partner? Call Mary Jo Fidance (302) 652-5570 and leave a message stating the date you need a partner!

THURSDAY MORNINGS - 9:30 AM Ginny Kuhn, Chair, (302) 540-3386 Mary Jo Fidance,Vice-Chair, (302) 652-5570 Lou Ann Carter, Bridge Manager, (302) 652-6709 JULY 25TH First Place: North - South Section A: Sandy Anzilotti - Mary Jo Fidance Section B: Joan Gee - Mary Jo Chandler First Place: East - West Section A: Carroll Shannon - Ginny Kuhn Section B: Sharon Laas (Guest) - Betty Duncan AUGUST 1ST First Place: North - South Section A & B: Candy DiSabatino - Mary Jo Fidance First Place: East - West Section A: Mary Jo Chandler - Ginny Kuhn Section B: Mimi Meaney - Eleanor Brown AUGUST 8TH First Place: North - South Section A: Steve Herrmann - Thomas Hughes Section B: Diana Terrell - Allen Terrell First Place: East - West Section A: Judy Jackson (Guest) - Carl DeMartino Section B (tie): Betty Duncan - Lynn Dealy Michele Massaglia - CindyWright

AUGUST 15TH First Place: North - South Section A: Louise Roselle - Pat Sinex Section B: Marie Abernethy - Carroll Shannon First Place: East - West Section A: Judy Jackson (Guest) - Carl DeMartino Section B: Nancy Barlow - Bill Barlow MONTCHANIN SOCIAL DUPLICATE BRIDGE

WEDNESDAYS Lunch Buffet - 12:00 pm Bridge - 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm If you are interested in joining our group or have any questions, please call Marina Tarlov at (302) 658-1532.


BOOK CLUB Note that the WCC Book Club will meet on September 10th, the second Tuesday of the month, as many people will be out of town because of the Labor Day Holiday. Our choice for September 10th is Kristina McMorris’ novel, Sold on a Monday , which was inspired by a haunting, newspaper photo of four young siblings huddled on the steps of an apartment building in Chicago, their mother shielding her face from the camera and from the sign advertising 4 children for sale. When Kristina McMorris saw this picture, she was horrified and wondered what dire circumstances could have pushed a mother to sell her children? Upon learning the heartbreaking outcome for the children in that picture, McMorris decided to write a novel that would give two fictional children being sold by their mother the loving outcome they deserve. Hence, McMorris creates a struggling society writer Ellis Reed who spots two children on the porch of a farmhouse in Laurel Township, Pennsylvania with a sign that says “2 Children for Sale”. Ellis snaps their picture and then develops it in his newspaper’s darkroom where Lillian Palmer, a secretary to one of the editors, finds the photograph and shows it to her boss who orders Ellis to write a story to accompany the photo. Hence, McMorris’ profound and moving novel of ambition, love, and redemption. Join us at 4:00 pm in the Ladies’ Lounge as There Fiechter leads the discussion reflecting on how a moment’s fateful choice can lead to a lifetime of harrowing consequences. McMorris chose Henrik Ibsen’s quote to introduce her story: “A thousand words will not leave so deep an impression as one deed.” Our fast-paced October selection, Nefertiti by Michelle Moran, brings to life ancient Egypt as the beautiful, notorious Nefertiti tries to navigate the Egyptian court and win the love of the new Pharaoh. Passion, betrayal, political- unrest, plague and religious conflict are hallmarks of this remarkable period of ancient Egyptian history.

SPECIAL BRIDGE LESSON & LUNCHEON WITH ARNIE “THE SHAPE OF THINGS” Showing your distribution for the best results. Friday, September 27th Ballroom, 9:00 am Please sign up at the Front Desk (302) 655-6171 with your table of 4. You will play only with your table of four. $38/Person All levels of play are welcome. Call Mary Jo Chandler with any questions (302) 622-9363. Tuesday, October 8th Bridge 1:30 pm Clubroom Cocktails 5:00 pm Living Room Dinner 6:00 pm Dining Room Spouses & Friends Welcome! If you have any questions, please contact Candy DiSabatino at (302) 655-1003 Sign up at the Front Desk (302) 655-6171 BRIDGE MEMBER-MEMBER




COURSE AVAILABILITY (September 1 – September 8) Monday: 9:00 am Tuesday – Friday: 8:00 am Saturday, Sunday & Holidays: 7:30 am (September 9 – September 30) Monday: 9:00 am Tuesday – Friday: 8:30 am Saturday, Sunday & Holidays: 8:00 am DRIVING RANGE (September 1 – September 8) Monday: 12:00 pm –7:00 pm Tuesday,Thursday & Friday:7:30 am– 7:00 pm Wednesday: 7:30 am – 6:00 pm Saturday & Holidays: 7:00 am – 7:00 pm Sunday: 7:00 am – 6:00 pm (September 9 – September 30) Monday: 12:00 pm – 6:30 pm Tuesday,Thursday & Friday:8:00 am– 6:30 pm Wednesday: 8:00 am – 5:30 pm Saturday & Holidays: 7:30 am – 6:30 pm Sunday: 7:30 am – 5:30 pm BAG ROOM (September 1 – September 8) Monday: 12:00 pm – Dusk Tuesday,Thursday & Friday: 7:00 am – Dusk Wednesday: 7:00 am – Dusk Saturday & Holidays: 6:30 am – Dusk Sunday: 6:30 am – Dusk (September 9 – September 30) Monday: 12:00 pm – Dusk Tuesday,Thursday & Friday: 7:30 am – Dusk Wednesday: 7:30 am – Dusk Saturday & Holidays: 7:00 am – Dusk Sunday: 7:00 am – Dusk

GOLF SHOP (September 1 – September 8) Monday: Closed

Tuesday - Friday: 7:30 am – 6:00 pm Saturday,Sunday&Holidays:7:00 am–5:00pm (September 9 – September 30) Monday: Closed Tuesday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Saturday,Sunday&Holidays:7:30 am–5:00pm


There was plenty of golf action at the Club in August. Our annual championships continued through their brackets, junior golf camps finished summer programming, and the month concluded with our Men’s Labor Day Member/Member. There is a lot more in store for September. Several terrific events are all on tap for the weeks ahead including our September Men’s Member Guest, Women’s “Fall Harvest” Guest Day, Men’s Senior/Super Senior Stroke Play and more. Check out all of the events on the following pages.

Michael Shank, PGA D irector of G olf


We were delighted to have 25 players compete in the 2019 Senior Club Championship Match Play. This year’s bracket featured some exciting matches and great play across the board.

The championship match came down to Bob Hackett against Steve Walczak. Both players had defeated strong opponents in the semifinals and were playing solid golf as they entered the finals. Mr. Hackett and Mr. Walczak played a competitive match, trading blows all the way to the 17th hole. In the end, SteveWalczak was able to win the match, claiming his fifth Senior Club Championship in the last six years, and second title in a row! Congratulations to SteveWalczak on his exceptional play. Please follow this link to view full results from the championship. SUPER SENIOR HANDICAP CHAMPIONSHIP The championship match featured Rick Allen against Fred Sears. Both competitors played strong golf leading up to the finals, winning tough match ups along the way. After a closely contested front nine, Mr. Sears opened up a four hole lead, winning three in a row to start the back nine. For a moment it looked like he would cruise to an easy victory, but Mr. Allen had other ideas. He went on a run himself, winning three holes in a row and narrowing the deficit to just one with two to play.The match came down to the 18th hole, but in the end, Fred Sears hung on to his 1 up lead, claiming his first Super Senior Handicap Championship. Congratulations to Fred Sears on his terrific play! Thank you to everyone that participated in this year’s Super Senior Handicap Championship. Please follow the link below to view full results from the event.We look forward to another great event next season. Please follow this link to view full results from the championship. MEN’S PRESIDENT’S CUP The President’s Cup finals featured Scott Porter and David Holmes, who had defeated Tom Beck and Neal Levitsky respectively in their semi-final matches. Both players survived qualifying, and then advanced through the bracket of 32 to get to the championship match. The match was close most of the way, with Mr. Porter holding a one up lead on the 17th hole of the North Course. When his tee shot pulled left into the trees it looked like Mr. Holmes might be able to square the match and head to the last. But Mr. Porter played a skillful punch 8-iron from under the pines to four feet, closing the match and claiming the annual championship title. Thank you to everyone that participated in this year’s President’s Cup. Please follow the link below to view full results from the event.We look forward to another great event next season. Please follow this link to view full results from the championship.





Annual Member Member Tournament Website Date : Saturday, October 5th & Sunday, October 6th – Entries Open Course : Saturday South Course Sunday : North Course Format : Better Ball of Partners Time : 9:30 AM Shotgun, Lunch following both days Entry Fee : $110 player Call the Golf Shop (302) 655-6022 or click on the tournament website to sign-up. Please let us know who your partner will be and if you would like to take a caddie or cart. Cocktail Party will be held Friday, October 5th with Pari-mutuel betting and skill prizes. Putting Championship will take place Friday during the cocktail party 4pm – 6pm.

We had a great showing this season from both of our PGA Junior League Golf teams. Wilmington Team 1 finished undefeated in first place, and Wilmington Team 2 finished second in their respective divisions. This year our juniors learned about teamwork and sportsmanship, while also getting a lot better at golf. We are proud of all our young rising stars in the game!  Six of our juniors advanced to post- season all-star play. Teem 1 went against the formidable Jersey Shore team in the first round of the playoffs. Jack Homer, Joe Ciconte and James Mitchell were our Team 1 All-Stars, along with players from Rock Manor, Hartefeld and Kennett Square. It was a hard-fought battle for our juniors and the season all came down to the last putt! In the end, Jersey Shore defeated Delaware Team 1 6½ to 5½. Delaware Team 2 was represented by our very own Colin Burke, along with players from Newark, Fieldstone/ Bidermann, and Concord. They went against a very talented Delaware Beach team who advanced to the next stage. Congratulations to all of our PGA Junior League team members as we look forward to Spring 2020!  WHEN: Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, September 10 - October 24 TIME : 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm AGES : 6-14 PLACE : Meet at the Golf Shop ABOUT : Includes all areas of golf development. Fall clinics will include two days of instruction with one day of on-course play/testing for progression through Merit System. COST : $110 per week or $40 per day Tuesday : Short Game putting, chipping & pitching practice & games. Testing for Putting Progress Pin. Wednesday : Full Swing - irons, hybrids, fairways & drivers practice & games. Testing for Driving Progress Pin & Rules/ Etiquette Progress Pin. Thursday: Operation 36 On-Course Scoring Progress Pin testing day. Practice areas needed for improvement and Specialty Shots. FALL JUNIOR GOLF CAMP STARTS SEPTEMBER 10TH


Men's September Member Guest Website Date :Thursday, September 12th – Entries now open Course : South Course Format :Team Quota Time : 12:30 PM Shotgun, Lunch begins at 11:00 AM Entry Fee : $175/ Player

Members may bring one or three guest(s) for this event. Includes Lunch Buffet, On Course Snacks and beverages (including beer), Golf,Tee Gifts Event Prizes, and Dinner with Cocktails. Tournament Chairpersons: Herb Matter and Jeff Mitchell


Glow Ball Tournament Webpage Date : Friday, October 19th – Sign-ups open Friday, September 13th at 8 a.m. Course : North Course & South Course Format : Fun Scramble using Glow Balls Price : $50 per person Time : 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm – Cocktail Party 6:30 pm – Shotgun Start Following Play – Cocktail Party in Pub Please follow the tournament link or call the golf shop at (302) 655-6022 beginning September 13th to register. Please indicate your golf course preference. Senior / Super Senior Stroke Play ChampionshipWebpage Entries now open Format : 36 Holes Individual Stroke Play, No Handicaps Dates : North Course Saturday, September 15th and South Course Sunday, September 16th Time : Starting times beginning at 9 a.m. Senior Division : Open to Members Aged 55 and Over (white tees) Super Senior Division : Open to Members Aged 70 and Over (white tees) Additional Info: 2018Winner - Randy Mitchell Please follow the tournament link or call the golf shop at (302) 655-6022 to register for the Senior/Super Senior Stroke Play Championship. Registration will remain open until September 12th. Indicate whether you will play in the Senior or Super Senior Division when signing up.  SENIOR / SUPER SENIOR STROKE PLAY CHAMPIONSHIP


Entries now open, bring 1 or 3 guests for a great day of golf. Date :Thursday, September 19th Time : 9 a.m. Shotgun Lunch,Wine and Prizes following play Format : 18 Hole Team Stableford Open to all women with a 9 or 18 hole handicap. Entry fee $100/person Please email to sign up.

WOMEN’S EIGHTEEN-HOLE GOLFERS Jan Hobbs P resident Ellen Cannon V ice -P resident Pam McCrery T reasurer Catherine Dean S ecretary This year has gone by so quickly, with only 6 weeks left to our golf season. Closing day scramble (9:00 am), luncheon, meeting and year end awards are scheduled for Tuesday, October 15th. Please sign up and help us celebrate the 2019 season. The Nominating Committee will be finalizing their 2020 slate. The slate of officers will be voted on at the Closing Meeting. If you are interested in working on the committees, contact any member of the Board. Committees are listed on page 1 of the booklet. Reminders for September: • September 17th - Sign up closes for the final Guest Day on September 19th. • October 1st - Final match of the President’s Cup must be played. • October 15th - Closing Day At the most recent Women’s Golf Committee meeting, positive changes were made to Major Tournaments and Special Events.You may now sign up for these events up to 2 days prior to the event, and no minimum requirements (President’s Cup minimum of 8, Putting Championship minimum of 10). As always, your suggestions/comments are welcome. Hope to see you on the course! WOMEN’S NINE-HOLE GOLFERS Tiny Mulvena P resident Claudia Peters V ice -P resident Rita Kingery-Cook T reasurer Kathy Perry M embership Congratulations to Becky Dickinson who won the 9-Hole Women’s Putting Championship on July 31st. She defeated Tiny Mulvena on the final hole by draining a 25-foot putt to take the honors. Congratulations to the following women who placed in the following events:


Thursday, September 5th : Women’s 9-Holers Twilight (5:00pm Shotgun Start North Course) Friday, September 6th : Women’s Wine+Shopping+Golf (5:00pm Shotgun Start North Course) Saturday, September 7th : Callaway Demo Day (11:00am – 3:00pm) Sunday, September 8th : Men’s President’s Cup – Finals End (North Course) Tuesday, September 10th : WGAP Senior Amateur (9:00am South Course) Wednesday, September 11th : Women’s 9-Holers Wilmington Invitational (9:00am South Course) Thursday, September 12th : Men’s September Member-Guest (12:30pm Shotgun Start South Course) Friday, September 13th : Glow Ball Tournament – Signups Begin Saturday, September 14th : Men’s Senior/Super Senior Stroke Play – Round 1 (9:00am Starting Times North Course) Sunday, September 15th : Men’s Senior/ Super Senior Stroke Play – Round 2 (9:00am Starting Times South Course), Men’s Better Ball of Partners – Finals End (South Course), Men’s Match Play – Semi-Finals End (South Course), Mixed Two-Ball Championship – Finals End (North Course), Men’s Senior/ Super Senior Handicap Championship – Finals End (North Course),Women’s 18-Holers Mixed Twilight (5:00pm Shotgun Start North Course) Monday, September 16th : Private Outing (North and South Courses Restricted) Wednesday, September 18th : Women’s 9-Holers Club Championship Thursday, September 19th : Women’s 18-Holers Guest Day (9:00am Shotgun Start North Course) Friday, September 20th : Women’s Wine+Shopping+Golf (5:00pm Shotgun Start North Course) Saturday, September 21st : Titleist Demo Day (11:00am – 3:00pm) Monday, September 23rd : Private Outing (North and South Courses Restricted)

JULY 31ST - FEWEST PUTTS 1st Place - Denise Schwartz 2nd Place - Pat Ripsom 3rd Place (tie) - Diane Ciconte, Melissa Riegel, Gail Keller, Becky Dickinson / Rosanne Cox, Susan DiPietro, Rita Cook, Judy Orth AUGUST 7TH - STEP ASIDE SCRAMBLE 1st Place - Becky Dickinson, Betti Bacon, Susan DiPietro, Rosalie Timmons 2nd Place - Claudia Peters, Jacqueline Kairis, PatsyWalls, Barbara Togman 3rd Place - Tiny Mulvena, ChristaWalker, Betsy Hershey, Rita Cook

AUGUST 14TH - BEST 6 OF 9 1st Place - Pat Ripsom 2nd Place - Betsy Hershey 3rd Place - Lynn Dealy

AUGUST 21ST - 3-3-3 1st Place - Carla Green, Pat Ripsom 2nd Place - Claudia Peters, Becky Dickinson 3rd Place (tie) - Rosanne Cox, Joan Gee / PatsyWalls, Patrice Sysko

Please join us for the following: September 4th - Best Ball of Four - North Course, Back Nine, 9 a.m. Shotgun September 5th - Nine Hole Couples Twilight September 11th - Wilmington Invitational Anyone interested in joining the Women’s 9-Hole Group should contact Kathy Perry at (302) 545-7522 or


A NOTE FROM GROUNDS Click the video below for our September update as well as an introduction from our summer interns!

ORCHARD UPDATE We have more peaches that have come into season, as well as the first round of apples in the orchard on 9 North.There are five Elberta Peach trees marked with green ribbon and three Royal Gala Apple trees marked. Happy harvesting!


ADULT TENNIS Begins September 3rd


MONDAY 10:30 am - 11:45 am Ladies 4.0 Tennis Clinic

6:45 pm - 7:45 pm Men’s CardioTennis

TUESDAY 10:30 am - 11:45 am Ladies 3.0 Tennis Clinic

WEDNESDAY 9:00 am - 10:00 am Ladies 3.5 CardioTennis

THURSDAY 9:00 am - 10:00 am Ladies 3.0 CardioTennis

6:45 pm - 7:45 pm Mixed CardioTennis

FRIDAY 10:30 am - 11:30 am Ladies 3.5 CardioTennis

SATURDAY 7:45 am - 8:45 am Men’s CardioTennis

8:45 am - 9:45 am Ladies CardioTennis

8:45 am - 10:00 am Men’s Tennis Round Robin


A MESSAGE FROM ED MCQUILLIN Construction of our new tennis/sports facility begins in September, but our outdoor and indoor tennis play remains the same. Listed inThe Bulletin are the September events with information about our junior and adult racquets programs. Ladies' Cup tennis begins September 2nd for a seven week period every weekday in the morning. We will have seven ladies teams competing in the Wilmington Cup Tennis League. In September we are hosting the Beau Biden Golf/Tennis event on September 23rd and the Delaware Tennis Double Challenge on September 28th. Both of these events support great causes and we hope you will participate in these fun events. Junior tennis clinics begin the week of September 9th and our junior squash clinics begin the week of September 16th.Also listed in The Bulletin is our Fall Adult Weekly Tennis Program. Our popular Grand Prix Junior Squash Singles events begin September 28th and are offered each month during squash season for our junior squash players. Our tennis committee and staff will begin preparing for all the exciting activities that will be planned for our new tennis/sports facility. See you on the courts. UPCOMING RACQUETS EVENTS Tuesday, September 3rd : Ladies Wilmington Cup Tennis League Begins Monday, September 9th : Junior Tennis Clinics Begin Friday, September 13th : Mixed Tennis Round Robin Monday, September 16th: Junior Squash Clinics Begin Tuesday, September 17th : Philadelphia Vets Squash Doubles League Begins Monday, September 23rd : Beau Biden Golf and Tennis Event Saturday, September 28th : Grand Prix Junior Squash Singles #1 Saturday, September 28th : Delaware Tennis Doubles Challenge, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm THE TENNIS PRO SHOWDOWN TENN I S PRO EXH I B I T I ON F EATUR I NG 8 OF THE AREAS BEST TENN I S PROF ESS I ONALS FROM DE LAWARE AND PH I LADE LPH I A , I NCLUD I NG OUR OWN WI LM I NGTON CC PROS ! WI LM I NGTON COUNTRY CLUB PRESENTS Ed McQuillin R acquets D irector Click to view flyer larger. UPCOMING PADDLE EVENTS Monday, September 23rd: Men’s Paddle Practices Begin, 6:00 pm S A V E T H E D A T E FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4TH Thursday,September 26th :PaddleOpening Night,6:30 pm.Come join us on the Paddle Courts and in The Hut to celebrate the start of the 2019-2020 Paddle Season. Bar and Grill Open. Sunday, September 29th :Women’s & Men’s Paddle Camp with Guest Pro Scott Falatek Women’s Camp: 9:00 am - 11:00 am Men’s Camp: 11:30 am - 1:30 pm The Pros will battle it out under the lights for multiple rounds while spectators pick who will come out on top. Choose wisely and you could take home awesome prizes! Enjoy courtside tables and a great menu of

JUNIOR TENNIS PROGRAM Click to view the full schedule. Red 1 (5-6 years):

Monday 3:45pm-4:30pm Tuesday 3:45pm-4:30pm Saturday 11:15am-12:00pm Sunday 1:45pm-2:30pm Red 2 (7-8 years): Monday 3:45pm-4:30pm Tuesday 3:45pm-4:30pm Saturday 11:15am-12:00pm Sunday 1:00pm-1:45pm Orange (9-10 years): Monday 4:30pm-5:30pm Tuesday 4:30pm-5:30pm Saturday 12:00pm-1:00pm Green (11-12 years): Monday 4:30pm-5:30pm Tuesday 5:30pm-6:45pm Saturday 1:00pm-2:00pm Yellow (13-14 years):

Monday 5:30pm-6:45pm Tuesday 6:45pm-8:00pm Saturday 1:00pm-2:15pm JUNIOR COMPETITION Orange Competition: Wednesday 4:30pm-5:30pm Thursday 5:30pm-6:30pm Friday 4:30pm-5:30pm Green Competition: Wednesday 5:30pm-6:30pm Thursday 4:30pm-5:30pm Friday 5:30pm-6:30pm Yellow Competition 1: Wednesday 6:30pm-8:00pm Thursday 6:30pm-8:00pm Friday 6:30pm-8:00pm Yellow Competition 2: Wednesday 6:30pm-8:00pm Thursday 6:30pm-8:00pm Friday 6:30pm-8:00pm High School: Monday 5:30pm-6:45pm Tuesday 6:45pm-8:00pm High Performance: Wednesday 6:30pm-8:00pm Thursday 6:30pm-8:00pm Session 1: September 9-November 3


SQUASH NEW FOR SQUASH PLAYERS THIS SEPTEMBER! The Racquet Shop now carries Johnny-O clothing. They use great materials in their polo shirts, pullovers and t shirts. Perfect for all racquet sports! Orfiks socks which are amazing compression socks. They are moisture wicking with true fit sizing and released compression.They have the right compression in the right locations.You won’t want to wear any other kind once you have tried them.


Bunny Vosters is being inducted into the US Squash Hall of Fame! She was an incredible racquets enthusiast who played with

amazing grace and poise. With a hair never out of place, she could put a ball on a dime anywhere and at any time. Her ball placement and positioning was so good that she would just glide around the court and never looked hurried. A fantastic partner and incredibly gracious opponent. But she was as competitive and fierce as anyone out there. She loved her racquets sports, and she is missed to this day here at Wilmington Country Club US Squash writes: Bunny Vosters (1919- 1999) was one of the greatest squash doubles players in history. A top tennis player (she reached the quarters at Forest Hills in 1948 and went on to capture more than forty U.S. national titles), Vosters took up squash in her forties. She won eleven National Doubles titles, tied with Hall of Famers Diehl Mateer and Alicia McConnell for the most all-time (she also lost twice in the finals). She was also the oldest person to ever win a U.S. national open squash tournament—she won her first title at age forty-three in 1962 and her last title in 1977 at age fifty-eight. Playing with Jeanne Classen, Betty Meade and her daughter Gretchen Spruance, Vosters was an irresistible force on the right-wall. Vosters was a top singles player, ranked as high as third in the nation. She was a longtime board member of the women’s association, representing her hometown of Wilmington, Del. To celebrate the fortieth anniversary of the merger of the men’s and women’s national squash associations, this will be the first all- women class of inductees. The induction ceremony will be held at a gala luncheon courtside at the FS Investments U.S. Open before the finals on Saturday October 12, 2018. Those interested in attending should contact Ed Chilton.

Salming Squash Shoes. Light weight, low profile with great stability during multidirectional movement. Great heal cushioning and awesome looking.

US OPEN SQUASH CHAMPIONSHIPS Wilmington Country Club Squash night at the US Open Squash Championships at Drexel University On October 8th.The top 32 men and women professional singles players will be showcasing the best squash singles in the world. October 8th is also Character in sports day and we will have an opportunity to see Jay Nelson receive the Bob Callahan Sportsmanship Award, (an award that Ed Chilton was the first recipient of in 2014) and four round of 16 matches. The squash will be amazing. Pricing information will be available soon. To sign up please contact the Racquet Shop at

ADULT SCHEDULE September 16th - November 4th Mondays &Thursday 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Wednesdays &Thursdays 10:30 am

Squash Singles & Doubles Round Robin Mondays 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Squash Doubles Block Booking will begin Monday, September 30th. Deadline to sign up is Wednesday, September 25th.

UPCOMING SQUASH EVENTS Sunday, September 15th : Sunday Junior Squash Clinics Begin Monday, September 16th : Junior Squash Clinics Begin

Tuesday, September 17th : Philadelphia Vets Squash Doubles & 4.0 Singles League Begin Friday, September 27th : Squash Singles & Doubles Round Robin & Happy Hour at Pub37

Saturday, September 28th : Grand Prix Junior Squash Singles #1 Saturday, September 28th : Hang Up and Hang Out Grand Prix 14+ Wednesday, October 2nd : Squash Singles In House League Begins

Tuesday, October 8th : US Open Squash Trip to Philadelphia Saturday, October12th : Grand Prix Junior Squash Singles #2 Saturday, October 12th : Friends Not Phones Grand Prix 14+ Thursday, October 17th : Squash Season Opener - Singles & Doubles with Lightning Rounds 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Friday, October 25th : Junior Halloween Party and Teen Event

SUMMER RECAP SUMMER SQUASH SOLSTICE The Summer Squash Solstice had 30 players with the furthest coming all the way from Indonesia!.We had five rated divisions. In the 3.0 Division, WCC Member Jim Deese defeated Julie Macmullin of Swarthmore 11- 6,11-9,11-6 In the 3.5 Division, WCC Member Doug Herrmann lost a tough finals to Paul Ramirez of Aberdeen MD 10,12,7 In the 4.0 Division,WCC Member Jeff Simonton won a grueling topsy turvy 5 gamer against Mark Doody of Strasburg, PA, 7,(9),7, (2), 3 In the 4.5 Division, Philip Reason of Downingtown, PA defeated Reymar Santos ofWashington DC in a gritty 5 gamer- 14,0, (4),(2), 6 In the 5.0 Division, our furthest traveler from Indonesia defeated Reymar Santos 6,5,9

JUNIOR SQUASH PROGRAM Ages 5 & 6 Tuesday &Thursday: 4:30 pm – 5:15 pm Sunday: 1:00 pm –1:45 pm Ages 7-9 Tuesday &Thursday: 5:15 pm – 6:00 pm Sunday: 1:45 pm – 2:30 pm Ages 10-12 Tuesday &Thursday: 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Sunday: 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm Ages 12-14 Sunday: 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm High School Age Tournament &Team Players Sunday: 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm Beginning November 11 Monday,Wednesday, and Thursday: 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm SQUASH & MOVEMENT BASED FITNESS & EYE-HAND PROGRAM Ages 3-5: The idea behind this program is to help children who are looking to work on their athletic movement, eye- hand coordination, speed, balance and physical coordination, which helps with basic fundamentals needed to have a kick start in any sport/racquet sport. Saturdays: 11:00 am - 11:30 am Max of 6 per class.Begins September 21st Sundays: 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm Max of 6 per class.Begins September 15th GRAND PRIX SQUASH EVENTS We had great success last year with our Junior Grand Prix Squash singles events. Twenty six juniors participated in the “Race to the WCC Cup” with Luke Mumford being the champion after 5 events.This year we have one Grand Prix Schedule once a month from September through May. These events are ideal for beginners and developing players to learn to hone their match skills, compete, referee and play with their peers. We are offering 11 & Under and 13 & Under. Events will either be standalone events or will coincide with other fun and cool events. Dates for this fall are September 28th, October 12th, November 16th, and December 7th

JUNIOR SQUASH Numerous Junior participated in our Summer Racquets Camps.We saw over 100 players per day in our sports and transition camps. Many earned the now famous racquets bucks.

PERSONAL TRAINING Our Fitness Staff is on site with our group exercise instructors and personal trainers. Members can schedule a personal training session with any of our personal trainers: Rick Howard, Corey Ryan, Chris Weiss, Krysta Lafferty, and Beth Sheehy.


ONE HOUR PERSONAL TRAINING SESSIONS OR FITNESS PROFILE Individual: $67 Package of 5: $310 ($62/hour) Package of 10: $570 ($57/hour) GROUP PERSONAL FITNESS SESSIONS 2 people: $40/person 3 people: $30/person 4 people: $25/person 5 or more people: $20/person

MASSAGE Tracy, Susan, Vicki, and Ryan have set aside available hours each week but request at least twenty-four hours advance notice, as they are not onsite staff. Some time slots are already filled; other hours may be available.

TRACY HALTERMAN therapeutic Wednesday:12:30 pm - 7:30 pm Friday: 7:00 am - 6:00 pm SUSAN BROWN therapeutic Monday: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm Tuesday Evening

VICKI RUDAWSKY sports Tuesday &Thursday: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

RYAN HOLLEY Thursday: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm Saturday: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm







Boot Camp Mary Green GET FIT Mary Green

HotVinyasa Beth Sheehy

Boot Camp Krysta Lafferty

HotVinyasa Beth Sheehy

6:00 am

Golf Fitness (Squash Building) Corey Ryan

Golf Fitness (Fitness Center) Corey Ryan

Golf Fitness (Fitness Center) Corey Ryan

GET FIT Mary Green

7:00 am

*Foundations (90°) Mary Currie TRX ChrisWeiss

*Foundations (90°) Mary Currie

*Foundations (90°) Mary Currie

7:15 am

*Balance Mary Currie 45 minute class

*Balance Mary Currie 45 minute class

GET FIT Mary Green/ Krysta Lafferty

*Foundations (90°) Mary Currie

8:00 am

*WarmYoga Flow Mary Currie

*WarmYoga Flow Mary Currie Tri-Fit Mary Harrison

*WarmYoga Flow Mary Currie Tri-Fit Mary Harrison

8:30 am

9:00 am

*WarmYoga Flow Mary Currie

Shape Up Beth Sheehy

*Foundations (75°) Mary Currie 45 minute class Senior Fitness Mary Harrison

9:45 am

10:00 am

RestorativeYoga Beth Sheehy

10:30 am

**Strength, Core & More Mary Green

11:00 am

**TRX Mary Green

12:00 pm

**Kettle Bell Total Body Sculpt Mary Green

**Outdoor Boot Camp Mary Green

4:30 pm

GET FIT Mary Green

6:00 pm

WarmYoga Flow Beth Sheehy

RestorativeYoga Beth Sheehy

6:15 pm

GROUP EXERCISE AND YOGA RATES Trial classes will be for a 2 month period starting the week of Labor Day (September 2nd) until Halloween (October 31st) TRX Tuesday at 12:00 pm || Kettle Bell Total Body Sculpt Wednesday at 4:30 pm Outdoor Boot Camp Friday at 4:30 pm || Strength, Core & More Sunday at 11:0 am Trial classes are not free of charge ($14/session), but are “trials” to see if attendance and overall popularity of these new classes is positive/good enough to bring enough people to permit them to move from trial to permanently scheduled classes. Hi, m nam is Mary Green, I am a p rsonal rainer and group fitness instructor at Wilmington Country Club. I love being creative with my workouts and always love learning and trying new things. I am a very-hands on person, and during my spare time I love doing crafty things like drawing and painting. In addition, I like finding new and fun ways to work the body… like going to American Ninja Warrior gyms and doing their courses to challenge myself and mind. I make sure to keep up to date with the latest information, that's backed by research and science to ensure top-quality knowledge and hold myself accountable to a high standard of work ethic. As I b gan le rning about how fascinating the human body is, the more I wanted to learn about how to keep the body happy and I wanted to share my knowledge. I understand the struggle of trying to implement a healthy lifestyle, trust me! I know what it is like to not know where to begin, what to do next, or if I’m even doing it right. I like doing a mix of exercises using circuits, intervals, cycles, and rounds. I use reps as well as timed workouts. As I like to be creative and try new things, I like to find different ways to be active. I am passionate about utilizing functional movements as a foundation for long term success in activities of daily living. My goals as a personal trainer are to make exercise fun and enjoyable! Most importantly, I want you to know I'm in this with you. If you are new to the gym or need someone to help keep you stay accountable and motivated, I'm your trainer! $14/Session *$16/Premium Session $140 Unlimited 30 Day Rate $380 Unlimited 90 Day Rate **Trial Classes: Trial classes are not free of charge ($14/Session), but are “trials” to see if attendance and overall popularity of these new classes is positive/good enough to bring enough people to permit them to move from trial to permanently scheduled classes.Trial classes will be for a 2 month period starting the week of Labor Day (September 2nd) until Halloween (October 31st). All classes are one hour in length unless otherwise noted. Limited space and pre-registration is preferred. Walk-ins welcome, space permitting. Due to the overwhelming response to our classes, if you sign up for a class and do not attend without canceling at least 24 hours in advance, you will be charged even if you have an unlimited package. Sign up online at or call (302) 655-6171 ext. 2113.


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