October 2019 Club Columns

The Country Club of Virginia October 2019 CLUB COLUMNS

FRENCH OPEN TRIP 2020 page 10

TRICK OR TREATING AT THE CLUB page 12

DECC SCHEDULE page 5

DINING

COOL SPRINGS CAFE

WEEKLY PROMOTIONS MONDAYS

Monthly Specials

Half-Priced Burgers 11:30 AM–9:00 PM TUESDAYS

SPUD-TACULAR POTATO BAR Thursdays 5:00-8:00 PM Create the perfect potato with a vast selection of meats, sauces, and toppings. Adults: $12, Children 5-12: $7, Children 4 and under dine with our compliments DID YOU KNOW… The Cool Springs Cafe has four TVs for Saturday brunch– we will show College Gameday and let you settle in and watch your favorite teams. Smoothie: Pumpkin Pie Greek Yogurt, Oatmeal, Pumpkin Syrup, Coffee, Banana, Cinnamon $7 Chef’s Special: Turkey Chili Bowl Homemade Turkey Chili, Pumpkin Noodles, Spinach, Dried Cranberries, Toasted Pepitas, Sage Crème Fraîche $11

Half-Priced Burgers 11:30 AM–9:00 PM

Grape Savings 5:30-9:00 PM Enjoy discounted bottles of wine from a specialty wine list. FRIDAYS Live Music and Prime Rib Night Friday, October 4 5:30-9:00 PM Lobster Night Friday, October 11 5:30-9:00 PM SUNDAYS

Family Supper 5:30-9:00 PM

TRICK-OR-TREAT

Tuesday, October 29 Ghouls and goblins, after you’re done trick-or-treating with the Youth Department, join us in costume for dinner!

Adults: $18, Seniors: $16, Children ages 5-12: $9, Children 4 and under dine with our compliments

AMENDED HOURS The Cools Springs Cafe will close at 5:00 PM on Thursday, October 31.

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THE GRILL

THE RIVER

FARMHOUSE BOURBON SOCIAL Saturday, November 30 6:30 PM Tuckahoe Creek Farmhouse Tired of turkey and guests? Let us entertain them under thestars. Sipondrinks fromour specialtybourbonbar and enjoy a bonfire to keep you warm while socializing with friends. Hors d’oeuvres and bourbon tasting included, member-sign bar available. Adults-$48, Seniors-$46

HALLOWEEN IN THE TAP ROOM Thursday, October 31 Fuel up before trick-or-treating and enjoy family-friendly Halloween movies in the Tap Room, all day.

Reservations open -Wednesday, October 2 Cancellation date -Wednesday, November 27

OLLIE'S

FALL KICKOFF PARTY Thursday, October 10 5:30-9:00 PM

FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT Wednesdays 6:30 PM Join us for dinner and a family-friendly movie in the Tap Room. COCKTAILS ON THE TERRACE Saturdays and Sundays 5:30-8:30 PM The Terrace Bar will be open every Saturday and Sunday in October (weather permitting).

Celebrate the change in season with local raw oysters, shucked and ready to be enjoyed, and tailgate games on the Ollie’s Terrace. LIVE MUSIC IN OLLIE’S Thursdays 7:00-9:00 PM

October 3: Ryan/Dylan October 10: Chris Lucas October 17: John Fetherston October 24: Emme St. James October 31: Ryan/Dylan

In Ollie’s We will feature traditional Ger- man Oktoberfest beers on tap to pair with our daily features all month long.

In the Grill On tap this month: Sam Adams Oktoberfest. Pair with a different German special each weekend, such as bratwurst, spaetzle, or pretzels.

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SPECIAL EVENTS HAMILTON AN AMERICAN MUSICAL Tuesday, November 26

Join us on a bus trip to see HAMILTON, the story of America’s Founding Father, Alexander Hamilton, an immigrant from the West Indies who became George Washington’s right-hand man during the Revolutionary War and was the new nation’s first Treasury Secretary. Featuring a score that blends, hip hop, jazz, blues, rap, R&B, and Broadway, HAMILTON is the story of America then, as told by America now.

6:30 PM: Bus Departs 7:30 PM: Show Begins $160 includes Orchestra Center seats and bus service to and from the performance. Runtime is 2 hours and 45 minutes with intermission.

Tickets go on sale Tuesday, October 1 at 9:00 AM SHARP! 1. ONLINE RESERVATIONS are strongly encouraged given the high demand of this event. No in-person reservations accepted.

2. Members are limited to four tickets each. Members only, please. 3. Please indicate if you would like to be seated next to another group.

4. Cancellations are not accepted for theater events. Should your plans change, please contact Amber Irvin at 287-1304 so that she may help secure members from the wait list to fill your spot.

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Facility and Operations Calendar

Open

Closed

October 7 Monday

October 8 Tuesday

October 9 Wednesday

October 10 Thursday

October 11 October 12

October 13 Sunday

Friday

Saturday

James River Course James River Practice Area Tuckahoe Creek Course

OPEN FOR PLAY

Tuckahoe Creek Practice Area

OPEN FOR PLAY

All Bags removed by 5:00 PM

Bag Storage James River Dining Men’s Locker Room

All Lockers cleared by 5:00 PM

October 14 Monday

October 15 Tuesday

October 16 Wednesday

October 17 Thursday

October 18

October 19 October 20

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Player Arrival

Practice Rounds

Tournament Play

Tournament Play

Tournament Play

James River Course James River Practice Area Tuckahoe Creek Course Tuckahoe Creek Practice Area Bag Storage

Pro-Am

Pro-Am

James River Dining Men’s Locker Room

October 21 Monday

October 22 October 23

October 24 Thursday

October 25 October 26

October 27 Sunday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Friday

Saturday

James River Course

Closed for Regrassing

James River Practice Area

Reopens

Tuckahoe Creek Course

Reopens

Tuckahoe Creek Practice Area

Reopens

Bag Storage

Reopens

James River Dining

Reopens

Men’s Locker Room

Reopens

In the event of a weather delay, the tournament may conclude on Monday, October 21. The facility re-opening schedule would then shift by a day.

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GOLF

GOLF EVENTS The PGA TOUR Champions are not the only ones playing golf in October–the Club has plenty of golf lined up for you. For details and to register, please see ForeTees.

Couples’ Fall Classic Sunday, September 29 Tuckahoe Creek Course 1:30 PM shotgun

All are welcome! This year it’s a 4 person captain’s choice – everyone can contribute to the team’s success. Grey Wolfest Friday, October 25 Tuckahoe Creek Course 12:30 PM shotgun Age requirement: 50 years of age and older. For the more mature wolves–teams may be comprised of amember/member or member/guest andwill compete in a two-man better-ball competition. Players will enjoy a steak dinner with select wines after play. LADIES’ EVENTS The Players Cup

FIRECRACKER RESULTS Overall Gross Champions Eliza Lewis/James Lewis, 70 Overall Net Champions Joy Londrey/Gregg Londrey, 65 Flight 1 1st Gross: Peyton Lawson/Francis Lowden, 72 1st Net: Sterling Roberts/Watson Wright, 69 2nd Net: Ryan Anderson/Steven Wright, 70 Flight 2 1st Gross: Mac Jennings/Ruddy Rose, 73 1st Net: Elizabeth Warner/Cameron Warner, 67 2nd Net: Hunter Bendall/Chris Daly, 67 Flight 3 1st Gross: Tom Steinmetz/Carter Thompson, 78 1st Net: Thomas Goode/Robert Snead, 66 2nd Net: John Blankenship/Kevin Grey, 66 Flight 4 1st Gross: Fannie Mallonee/Lee Mallonee, 78 1st Net: Keith Glowacki/Dan Murray, 68 2nd Net: Hank Carter/Jay Carter, 69 Flight 5 1st Gross: Deb Peery/Bob Peery, 78 1st Net: Barry Musselman/Larry Taylor, 68 2nd Net: Heriot Clarkson/Ed Zakaib, 68 Closest to the Pin

Tuesday, October 1 James River Course Ladies’ Final Play Day Tuesday, October 8 Tuckahoe Creek Course JUNIOR EVENTS Mini Mulligans Sunday, October 6 Westhampton

4: Robert Snead, 2’ 11” 8: Eliza Lewis, 3’ 10.5” 14: Fannie Mallonee, 4’ 8” 17: Paul Saunders, 6’ 6”

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AQUATICS

POLAR BEAR SWIM MEET Sunday, October 27

9:30–11:00 AM $8 per person

Get together with your fellow Polar Bears for a morning of friendly competition. Various swimming events will be held to compete for prizes and bragging rights. Events include: 50-meter Freestyle, 100-meter Medley, Kickboard Relay, Doggy Paddle Relay, and more! Refreshments will be served at a social following the meet. To register contact danielle.lewandowski@theccv.org

FALL AQUA TRAINING Want to improve your strokes?

Interested in creating an effective workout in the pool? Looking to compete in the October Polar Bear Meet?

The Aquatics department is offering a variety of ways to improve your swimming skills this fall. Work with our coaches individually or in a group to train in the pool. Coaches available for training are Danielle Lewandowski, Maura George, and Patrick Tubman. Call 287-1323 to make a reservation.

Private Coaching $32 for a 30-minute session

Semi Private Coaching $24 per person for a 30-minute session Two is better than one! Grab a friend and work with a coach to refine your stroke together.

Work one-on-one with a coach to improve specific skills through customized workouts.

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 10+ YEAR EMPLOYEES! 40% of our full-time staff have been employed by the Club for 10 or more years.

Jerry Gibson October 23, 1989

Karol Cline October 7, 2004 Administration

Tom Osborne October 15, 1998 Banquets

Grounds/Golf Maintenance

Yu Chen October 27, 2005 Culinary

Olga Castillo October 17, 2005 Culinary

Gary Harrell October 20, 1991 Building Services

Elana Golgiri October 10, 2007 Fitness

Wayne King October 4, 2006 Golf

Cristi Paulett October 28, 1999 Spa

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FITNESS

CORE STRENGTH CLINIC FOR RACQUET SPORTS Thursdays in October 5:30 PM Studio B

ADULT AND PEDIATRIC CPR/FIRST AID CLASS Wednesday, October 16 6:00-8:00 PM Fitness Conference Room Learn how to recognize and address emergency situations, CPR skills, general first AID, and how to use an AED. You will receive a 2-year certification in CPR/AED. Ages 12 and over. $75 per person. Register online. Contact emily.chandler@theccv.org with questions.

Did you know that you can transform your tennis, paddle, and squash game with Yoga and Pilates? Join Brian Milner in a 5-week clinic to improve your flexibility and balance while strengthening your core, increasing stamina, and improving full-body coordination to achieve success on and off the court. 6-participant maximum. Pricing is based on number of registrants. Register online. Clinic runs October 3-31. No drop-ins. Contact Erica Phillips at 287-1313, ext. 534 or erica.phillips@theccv.org with questions.

GROUPX FAQ Interested in signing up for GroupX? Here’s what you need to know!

How Do I Register? Just attend your first class, sign your name and member number on the sign-in sheet, check the column for “Unlimited Monthly” and ask your instructor for a GroupX Enrollment Form. If you want to sign up outside of class you can go to the Fitness Front Desk or GroupX Manager’s office to fill out a form as well. What is the fee for Unlimited Monthly Classes? $46/month per person to be billed on the first of each month. If multiple family members want to participate, each member must fill out an enrollment form and will be billed individually. If you sign up after the 10th of the month this amount will be pro-rated for the first month. How do I cancel my subscription or put a hold on it? Hold-It forms can be submitted online through the website and can be found under the GroupX tab on the Fitness page. Hold-It forms are only processed on a monthly basis and must be submitted by the 26th of the month prior to when you would like it to take effect. You can chose to specify a month you would to resume your subscription or stop it indefinitely. You may also fill out a Hold-It form at the Fitness Front Desk or with the GroupX Manager. Do I have to sign up for a monthly subscription to attend classes? No! Drop-ins are always welcome. It is $15 per drop-in class billed on the date of attendance. Please make sure you check the correct box on the sign-in sheet. Where do I find the GroupX schedule? The GroupX schedule is available on the website and through the MINDBODY app. If using the MINDBODY app, search CCVGX and save as your favorite. Still have questions? Stop by the Fitness Center or contact Katie Ledesma at GroupX@theccv.org.

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HALLOWEEN HIGH INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING (H-HIIT) Thursday, October 31

8:30-10:00 AM Cycle Studio

Join us for a special holiday-themed workout combining a RideXT and TRX class. Come for one class or stay for both. Wear your black and orange, and enjoy spooky post-workout treats. These classes are part of the $46 monthly GroupX fee and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Drop-ins are welcome for $15 each.

For more information about the GroupX program, visit the website or email groupx@theccv.org.

FITNESS CENTER ORIENTATION Complimentary strength and cardio equipment orientations are available by appointment. Learn how to use each piece of equipment safely and effectively. To schedule an appointment, contact Stefanie Lapp, Fitness Manager, at 287-1313, ext. 556

PRODUCT OF THE MONTH 20% off Body Therapy and Daily Groomers Call 287-1462 for product information or to schedule an appointment.

Save the date Thursday , November 28 Registration begins Monday, October 28 at 9:00 AM.

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RACQUET SPORTS

FRENCH OPEN, 2020 Join us as we return to Paris and the terre battue of Stade Roland-Garros for the French Open, May 22-29, 2020 We are pleased to once again offer CCV members and guests a guided tour of the historic Grand Slam tennis event, where the details combine

to create an unforgettable social and sporting memory. For more information or to reserve your spot, please contact Jim Journigan at jim.journigan@theccv.org

JUNIOR HALLOWEEN TENNIS SOCIAL Friday, October 25 3:30–5:00 PM Wear your Halloween costume and join the Racquet Sports staff for an afternoon of fun tennis games, pizza, and some very spooky desserts! Registration opens on September 25 and the cost is $20 per child. Please contact hunter.koontz@theccv.org with questions.

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COURT SIGHTINGS Albert Viego Annie Reed Bella Little

Marlo Woodfin

Mason New Spencer Conrad

SUMMER TENNIS LEAGUE HIGHLIGHTS Captain Hilary Long’s USTA 65 & over team advanced to sectional level playoffs in the 8.0 combo level. Peggy Croke, Suzanne Brown, Hilary Long, Cille Allen, Eleanor Wellford, Anne Taylor Moor- man, Mary Nelson, Mary Miller. Not pictured, Sue Melzig, Bonnie Way, Helen Culley

PICKLEBALL ROUND ROBIN Wednesday, August 7 Ten teams participated in our first competitive pickleball event. The level of play was high and an enjoyable time was had by all. In the end, the duo of Beth Moore and Mary Earle Wright prevailed.

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YOUTH

FRIGHT NIGHT 3rd-5th-graders Sunday, October 6 5:30-7:00 PM

Join your friends for a good spookin’. Games, prizes, relays, competitions, and treats will all be done with a “frightful” twist. Register online. $20

TRICK-OR-TREATING 3 years and older* Tuesday, October 29 4:00-4:45 PM $12

Come dressed in your best costume for our annual Trick-or-Treating event. Discover all the hidden areas of the Westhampton Clubhouse while getting treats along the way. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Light refreshments and entertainment to follow. *Toys will be age-appropriate for 3 years and older TRICK-OR-TREATING & GAMES 7 years and older Tuesday, October 29 5:00-6:30 PM $28 includes dinner Here are three reasons your child will love this event: games, candy, and candy. Wear your Halloween costume for extra prizes!

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PUMPKIN FEST Sunday, October 6 3:00-5:00 PM All ages

The leaves may be falling, but the fun never ends. Celebrate fall with the family. There will be carnival games, prizes, face painting, and your very own pumpkin to decorate. Register online. Adults–$10, Children–$24 includes pumpkin and prizes.

ALL THINGS HOLIDAY DAY CAMP Monday, October 14 (Columbus Day Holiday) 3-year-olds–3rd-graders

9:00 AM-1:00 PM $55 includes lunch Movie Option - Hop 1:00-3:00 PM $15 includes popcorn and treat

Easter, Christmas, Halloween, Valentine’s Day–let’s celebrate them all! We will have an egg hunt, decorate Christmas cookies, and play ghostly games.

TOWN & COUNTRY AFTER-COTILLION PARTY Join your friends for an evening of music with DJ Darrell, ping pong, musical games, and competitions, an ice cream sundae bar, and giveaways. Call the Youth office at 287-1423 to register. $20 Friday, October 4 7A. ...........................................7:45-9:00 PM 7B.......................................... 9:15-10:30 PM Friday, October 25 6A............................................7:45-9:00 PM 6B.......................................... 9:15-10:30 PM Saturday, October 26 7A. ...........................................7:45-9:00 PM

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MEMBERSHIP

The kids are back to school and life is settling back into the post-summer routine. While the youngsters increase their awareness in a variety of subjects, all CCV members have the chance to expand their Club knowledge. Think you’re a CCV know-it-all? Test your knowledge with the facts below:

Walking Tour: Did you know that there is a walking tour that showcases many beautiful trees, shrubs, annuals, and perennials on the Westhampton grounds? Numbered mahogany stakes indicate selected plant material that is referenced in a walking tour brochure, and brochures can be found at the front desk of the Westhampton Clubhouse, Fitness Center desk, and The Westhampton Shop. Spooky Sightings: Did you know CCV is rumored to have its own ghost? When the Westhampton Clubhouse was built in 1910, the third floor consisted of overnight accommodations. Some staff members working late at night claim to have heard odd noises and even seen a figure on both the main and third floors. Squash Pride: Did you know CCV boasts the sixth-largest squash league in the country? If that weren’t impressive enough, Patrick Chifunda, our head squash professional is ranked #2 in the WORLD in the 40+ division. Grand Slam: Did you know that Matt Hane, CCV’s Head Professional for Adult Tennis, just won three national tennis tournaments? This included two doubles tournaments which he played alongside his mom, who also served as his coach until he played at George Washington University.

Cones to Cocktails: Did you know that Ollie’s was originally a billiards room when the Westhampton Clubhouse was built? After the billiards room, it turned into an ice cream parlor and the man that worked the counter’s name was Ollie. Members enjoyed that space so much when they were kids, that when it became an adult-only space, it was named “Ollie’s” as an homage to fond memories of days filled with malts and ice cream cones. Ollie is still watching over the space, and a photo of him can be found just inside the lounge on the right-hand wall. If you have friends, colleagues or family members that would like to learn more about CCV, please contact Sarah Taylor, Membership Director, at sarah.taylor@theccv.org or 287-1444.

NEW MEMBER ORIENTATION Wednesday, October 9 Westhampton Clubhouse

New members, please join us for a night designed to give you more information about your Club and connect you to other new members. Please call Mandy Edwards at 287-1490 to RSVP. Reservations are requested to attend, and country club attire with jackets is required for gentlemen.

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NEW MEMBERS

IN MEMORIAM The Board of Directors, members, and staff of The Country Club of Virginia extend their

Newly Elected William “Griffin” Ash* (Elizabeth “Halsey” Perrin) Patricia Witt Hackler Thomas Griffin Hardy III Margaret Woodin Hardy Matthew Kearny Hill Karen Anne Hill Joshua David Hodges Megan Burns Hodges John M. Steitz Susan M. Steitz Ashley Sparkman Tucker* (John L. Tucker)

Junior William Martin Georgerian Finley Fitzgerald Brooke Elizabeth Miller Virginia Frances Russell John Michael Shiveley Edward Lee Montague Smith Newly Married Campbell Bryan (Conner Gray Gentil) Hunter Gallalee (Kathryn Morgan Carleton) Kevin Patrick Ferguson (Mary Catesby Paul)

condolences to the families of Ms. Virginia L. Anderson Mrs. Evan Morgan Massey (Joan Carpenter) Ms. Noell H. Woodward

WELCOME TO THE CCV FAMILY... Emily and Frank Talbott welcomed Mary Vance Valentine Talbott on May 16. Tara and Chas Collins welcomed Paige Thomas Collins on March 6. Laura and Thomas Bryan welcomed Abigail “Abby” Catherine Bryan on July 5.

Peter Holland White Megan Gross White

*Former Non-Resident member’s spouse, elected upon couple moving to Resident area.

RECENT NOMINATIONS Nominee

Primary Sponsor

Secondary Sponsor Secondary Sponsor

Resident Edward TenHoeve III Wendy Buehler TenHoeve Andrew Joseph Iracane Sarah Sloan Iracane John Craig Asbury Wendy Sublett Asbury

Elizabeth T. Friddell

Lynn W. Buehler

John W. Lewis

Matthew C. Brown

Paul D. Koonce

William H. Paulette

Kevin C. Grey

C. Foster Jennings, Jr.

John G. Stallings, Jr.

Ryan Beale Bradley Kimberly Nix Bradley Mary Callison Nesbitt Scott Hadley Nesbitt

Lang H. Meem II

Elizabeth T. Shield

Beau L. Hurst III

Clark H. Lewis

Alice H. Cooper

Catherine C. Warner

Jonathan Taylor McElhaney Heather Plunkett McElhaney Joseph Nicholas Benevento Catherine Grealis Benevento Ross Edward Longood Christine “Chris” N. Longood

Charles E. Bradshaw III

Carrington Williams III

I. Lee Chapman IV

William J. Grealis

William A. Krusen III

Alex W. Cecil

Nicholas J. Pace II

Charlotte B. Woodfin

John W. Woods, Jr.

If you have feedback regarding a nominee, please contact the Membership Committee Chairperson. If you would like to submit a letter of support on a nominee’s behalf, please note that letters should be of substance that particularly addresses the nominee’s personal relationship or connection to you, the Club member.

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BRIDGE RESULTS

ADVANCED BRIDGE July 24 North/South 1st

August 7 North/South 1st

August 21 North/South 1st

Sue Sims/Mary Lou Lee Parke Messier/Liz Galloway Randy Totten/Bill Derry

Randy Totten/Bill Derry Harry Alferink/Anne Alferink Charles G. Cary/Fletcher Catlett Kay Lowe/Carpie Coulbourn Boonie Showalter/Ann Showalter Betty Byrne Ware/Mike Lowden

Sue Sims/Mary Lou Lee Randy Totten/Bill Derry Charles G. Cary/Liz Galloway Lillian Johnson/Tina Royster Ann Grimsley/Beth Hooker Jan Moncure/Jordan Ball Anne Alferink/Eve McCray Richard Nuckols/Mike Lowden John Purcell/Joe Brockman Kay Lowe/Carpie Coulbourn Ruthie C. Cogar/Claiborne Jenkins Barbara Kling/Jordan Ball

2nd 3rd

2nd 3rd

2nd 3rd

East/West 1st

East/West 1st

East/West 1st

Boonie Showalter/Anne Showalter Jordan Ball/Joe Brockman Charles G. Cary/Fletcher Catlett Beth Hooker/Tina Royster

2nd

2nd 3rd

2nd 3rd

Tie 3/4

July 31 North/South 1st

August 14 North/South 1st

Boonie Showalter/Fletcher Catlett Randy Totten/Bill Derry Charles G. Cary/Liz Galloway Joe Brockman/John Purcell Chris Bredrup/George Baskerville Lillian Johnson/Tina Royster

2nd 3rd

2nd 3rd

East/West 1st

East/West 1st

2nd 3rd

2nd 3rd

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