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hive around the THANKS FOR SHARING THE MANY WAYS YOU ARE ENJOYING YOUR TIME RESPONSIBLY AT THE CLUB OR HAVING FUN AT HOME. WE LOVE YOUR PICTURES - BE SURE TO SEND THEM TO CCVNEWS@THECCV.ORG TO BE FEATURED IN A FUTURE EDITION OF CCV WITH YOU. Little Scholars PRINCESSES & SUPERHEROS
CHEF THERESA’S SCONES ZOOM CLASS WAS A HIT! KEEP AN EYE OUT IN “WITH YOU THIS WEEK” FOR MORE UPCOMING CLASSES! Chef Theresa’s ZOOM COOKING CLASS
THANK YOU SO SO MUCH FOR THIS MORNING! WE CAN’TWAIT TO DO IT AGAIN. LUCY LOVED IT AND THE SCONES ARE AMAZING! -Haley Ottley
SOFT -SHELL CRABS with Chef Stafford table at the SOFT-SHELL CRABS ARE A PERSONAL FAVORITE OF COOL SPRINGS CAFE CHEF STAFFORD. IN THIS VIDEO, HE’S HAPPY TO SHARE HOW TO CLEAN THEM, AS WELL AS HOW TO PAIR THEM WITH SOUTHERN GRITS AND VEGETABLES.
happy hour THIS MARGARITA RECIPE FROM OLLIE’S MANAGER
SCOTT LATA IS SURE TO GIVE YOU A BUZZ. GIVE IT A TRY THIS WEEKEND, OR WAIT UNTIL NEXT WEEK AND CINCO DE MAYO.
2 oz Epsolón Blanco 3/4 oz St. Germaine 1/4 oz triple sec 1 oz lime juice
1/2 oz honey Pinch of salt
We’re happy to help you celebrate Cinco de Mayo at home in an extra special way: Dinner and Dancing! with a side of salsa dancing!
For just $55 next Tuesday, May 5, we will provide a make-your-own taco kit, house-made margarita mix (just add tequila), and a video link to a virtual Salsa Dance Class from our local Fred Astaire Dance Studio. Limited quantities available. To order, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
12 Soft Flour Tortillas Fried Corn Chips Pulled Chicken Tinga Grilled Carne Asada Guacamole
Pico de Gallo Roasted Tomato Salsa
Chipotle A Ï oli Cotija Cheese Margarita Mix (just add tequila!)
strong staying FEEL THE S T ING A FITNESS CHALLENGE WITH KATIE LEDESMA
200 AIR SQUATS FOR TIME EVERY MINUTE ON THE MINUTE, STARTING AT 0:00, PERFORM 8 JUMPING LUNGES
WITH ADAM SMITH GOL F exercises
ADVANCED P I LATES MAT WITH SHANNON BUSBEE
calm finding present CELEBRATE THE TINY JOYS. Whether it’s finding an extra dollar in your purse, lying in the grass, or getting to sleep in, celebrate the tiny joys as much as the big ones. IDENTIFY THE MOMENT. Take a moment to check in with yourself and identify the moment you’re in. You can do this by asking questions about your surroundings and your current state. Ask yourself questions like: Where am I? What is around me? What noises do I hear? What can I physically feel around me? What do I smell? Who is around? How am I feeling? What am I grateful for right now? MAKE MINDFULNESS A PRACTICE. Whether it’s through meditation, yoga, or another type of mindfulness practice, carve out time in your day to intentionally be present. Mindfulness is something that takes patience, energy, and dedication, so it’s important to practice it daily. LISTEN WITHOUT INTENDING TO RESPOND. When you’re engaged in conversation, how often do you worry about what to say next? Often we’re only half-listening to the other person because we’re constantly thinking about our own stories and what we can add to the conversation. Instead, try inviting more presence into your conversations and relationships simply by listening with curiosity, rather than anticipation. BE OKAY WITH NOT KNOWING ALL OF THE ANSWERS. Part of the reason we get so caught up in future worries is because we want all of the answers to our problems immediately. We feel inadequate for not knowing how to handle certain situations, which only leads to self-criticism and self-doubt. The less you strain to find the answers, the more likely they are to come to you. REFLECT ON YOUR DAY. Whether by journaling, writing a list of things you’re grateful for, or telling a loved one, it’s important to reflect on a few things that went well during your day. This encourages you to think positively (even if it was ultimately a terrible day), and it can help prevent the days from blurring into one another.
1. 20 minutes, 2. 18 minutes, 3. 14 minutes, 4. Hunter, 5. Summer Intern, 6. Matt, 7. 141 m.p.h., 8. Richmond, Va (Raintree), 9. 29 minutes, 10. Nicolas Mahut & John Isner, 11. 11 hours, 5 minutes, 12. Billie Jean King, 13. John McEnroe, 14. Sawdust, 15. Martina Hingis, 16. Wimbledon
HONEY MASK AT HOME ACNE MASK: 1 tsp turmeric A few drops lemon juice 1 tsp honey 1 tsp milk or yogurt Mix and apply. Leave on and relax for 15 minutes.
T H E S P A
Tumeric has power anti-inflammatory properties. It helps to heal breakouts and reduce redness. This mask also delivers anti-oxidants to the skin which combat aging.
T ENN I S trivia
HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW OUR CCV PROS? FIND THE ANSWERS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE OPPOSITE PAGE AFTER YOU’VE TESTED YOUR WITS.
1. What is the average string time of a racquet at the US Open? 2. What is Chris Ducca’s fastest recorded stringing time?
8. Where was the longest point ever played? 9. How long was the point? 10. Who played the longest match in Grand Slam History? 11. How long was it? 12. Which iconic tennis player defeated Bobby Riggs in the famous “Battle of the Sexes” match? 13. Which player was ranked #1 in the world in singles and doubles in the early 1980s? 14. What did Ivan Lendl keep in his pocket during tennis matches? 15. Who is the youngest player to ever win a Grand Slam? 16. Which of the 4 Grand Slams was the first to be founded?
3. What is Jim Journigan’s fastest recorded stringing time? 4. Which tennis professional has a twin sister? 5. What was Rob Oakes’ (Director of Racquet Sports) first position at the club? 6. Who is the only person to ever ACE an entire game against Hunter? 7. What is Matt’s fastest recorded serve?
JOK E Section HAVE YOU BEEN BORED LATELY? NEED A LAUGH? CHECK OUT THESE BEE JOKES FOR A QUICK SMILE! WHAT DID THE BEE SAY TO THE FLOWER? Hello Honey HOW DID THE JAPANESE SAUCE SAY HELLO TO THE BEE? Wasa- bee WHAT DO YOU SAY IF A SWARM OF BEES COMES AT YOU? Buzz off family fun with WHE R E ’ S T HA T Smile?
HIDE A SMILEY FACE SOMEWHERE IN YOUR HOUSE. WHEN SOMEONE FINDS IT, THEY HIDE IT SOMEWHERE ELSE. DON’T TELL ANYONE, IT’S A SECRET. SMILES ARE ALWAYS FUN TO FIND.
AL L THE BUZ Z
LEARN ABOUT BEES WITH JACK HORNE, BEEKEEPER AND CCV PERSONAL TRAINER CR EA T E A Smile LET’S MAKE SOME “HAPPY” FACES AND SEE WHO CAN CREATE THE CRAZIEST SMILE!
3 tablespoons butter or margarine 1 package (10 oz., about 40) marshmallows OR 4 cups miniature marshmallows Food coloring (optional) 6 cups Rice Krispies cereal Canned frosting or decorating gel Assorted candies INSTRUCTIONS: 1. In large saucepan melt butter over low heat. Add marshmallows and stir until completely melted. Remove from heat. To turn the mixture a fun color, stir in a few drops of food coloring, if desired.
2. Add Rice Krispies cereal. Stir until well coated. 3. Using 1/2 cup measuring cup coated with cooking spray divide warm cereal mixture into portions. Using buttered hands shape each portion into a circular shape. Decorate with frosting and/or candies. 4. Give to someone to bring a smile to their face!
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