March 2020 Club Columns

The Country Club of Virginia March 2020 CLUB COLUMNS

60 DAYS TO SUMMER PARTY page 17

UPCOMING GOLF EVENTS page 8

GROUPX HAPPY HOUR SOCIAL page 10

SPECIAL EVENTS

Sunday, May 10 Adults - $38, Seniors - $36, Children 5-12 - $19 Reservations open at 9:00 AM on Wednesday, March 11. Save the Date: Traditional Mother ’ s Day Buffets

Westhampton Clubhouse 11:00 AM-3:00 PM Register online or call 288-2891.

James River Clubhouse 11:00 AM-3:00 PM Register online or call 287-1330.

Ladies ’ ’ Night Out: Wine and Design

Sign Up, Show Up, Sip Up, Paint! Thursday, April 23 6:00 PM Westhampton Clubhouse $55/person Reservations open Monday, February 24. An instructor from the local studio of Wine & Design will help get you started on your masterpiece. Wine and heavy hors d’oeuvres are included. Register online or call 288-2891.

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Easter

at the Club Sunday, April 12

Westhampton First Seating 11:00 AM–1:00 PM Second Seating 2:30 – 4:00 PM

The River 11:00 AM–3:00 PM Adults-$38, Seniors-$36, Children 5-12-$19 Children 4 & under dine with our compliments Register online or call 287-1330.

Adults-$38, Seniors-$36, Children 5-12-$19 Children 4 & under dine with our compliments Register online or call 288-2891.

The Grill The Grill will be serving a full lunch menu with special Easter features. Reservations may be made online or by calling 287-1492.

Cancellation date–Wednesday, April 8

Boxed Lunches Join us on Westhampton’s scenic terrace for a boxed lunch or take it to go. Place your order online or by calling the Special Events office at 287-1483. The cancellation date and deadline for ordering is Wednesday, April 8. Adult Boxed Lunches–$18 Includes Root Vegetable Chips, Deviled Egg, and Easter Cookie Chicken Salad Croissant Tomato, Leaf Lettuce Roast Beef Tenderloin Sandwich Swiss Cheese, Horseradish, Brioche Bun Roasted Vegetable Wrap Pesto, Goat Cheese, Spinach Wrap Kids' Boxed Lunches–$11 Includes Applesauce Pouch, Potato Chips, and Easter Cookie Grilled Chicken Strips, PB&J, or Mini Ham Biscuits

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DINING

COOL SPRINGS CAFE MARCH MADNESS BRACKET CONTEST Deadline to Enter: Thursday, March 19 at 11:00 AM Submit your bracket either in person or via email to alanna.fallon@theccv.org. All ages welcome, prizes will be awarded throughout the tournament and to the winning bracket. SNACKATIZERS Thursdays 5:00-8:00 PM $11 Featuring favorite snacks and apps: wings, guacamole, buffalo chicken dip and more. Smoothie: Orange Creamsicle Orange Juice, Oranges, Greek Yogurt, Peaches, Bananas, Maca Powder Chef’s Special: Buffalo Chicken Sandwich Brioche Bun, Crispy Chicken Tenders, Buffalo Sauce, Celery And Carrot Slaw, Blue Cheese Dressing Monthly Specials

WEEKLY PROMOTIONS MONDAYS

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

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

Prime Rib Night March 6, 20 5:30-9:00 PM SUNDAYS

Family Supper 5:30-9:00 PM Adults: $18, Seniors: $16, Children ages 5-12: $9, Children 4 & under dine with our compliments

GOLF COMIC DINNER Featuring TP Mulrooney Saturday, March 28 6:30 PM Adults $58-, Seniors-$56

Spend a hilarious evening filled with golf-centric comedy. TP Mulrooney has been called “one of a kind” and “best comedian in the country” – come see if those comments are on par! The evening includes a seated dinner, wine with your meal, and lots of laughs; a member sign bar will be available. Register online or call 287-1330.

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MARDI GRAS SHRIMP BOIL Wednesday, February 26 5:30-9:00 PM $20 THE GRILL

OLLIE'S

DOVER SOLE DINNER Friday, March 13 6:00-9:00 PM $45/person

THE RIVER Dover sole is an exceptional fish due to its environment. From swimming in the rough currents of the English Channel, it develops a much more firm texture than any other sole. The firm texture and flakiness have made it a desirable fish for decades. We will have limited amounts of this special fish, fresh from the English Channel. Please reserve your spot to ensure availability online or by calling 287-1312. The regular Ollie’s a la carte menu will also be available. PARTY ON THE TERRACE Thursday, April 2 5:00-10:00 PM Celebrate the start of terrace season with great food, cocktails, and friends. We will have live music and oysters on the half-shell. All terrace tables are first-come, first- served. LIVE MUSIC March 5 Emme St. James March 12 Ryan & Dylan March 19 Rick Hollowell March 26 Rick Schaffer LENT SPECIAL Fridays in March $18 Fried catfish, cole slaw, french fries, and hushpuppies. Blackened or grilled available upon request. ST. PATRICK’S DAY SPECIAL Tuesday, March 17 $20 Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with thick sliced house-made corned beef, braised cabbage, golden potatoes with sage hollandaise sauce and $6 green beers.

Celebrate Mardi Gras with a traditional shrimp boil: shrimp, sausage, potatoes, corn on the cob, dirty rice. This will be a true boil experience: butcher paper on the table, gloves, and more! SPRING FORWARD BRUNCH Sunday, March 8 10:30 AM-2:00 PM There’s nothing better after losing an hour than Chef’s shrimp, asparagus, and gruyere quiche and $5 mimosas.

ST. PATRICK’S DAY Tuesday, March 17 5:30-9:00 PM $20

Celebrate your Irish side with a prix fixe menu featuring corned beef, roasted potatoes, braised cabbage, and horseradish. Green beers on tap all day for $6.

OYSTER AND CRAFT BEER FESTIVAL Sunday, April 26 4:00–7:00 PM Tuckahoe Creek Farmhouse

Adults - $62, Seniors - $60, Children 5-12 - $15 The annual Oyster & Craft Beer Festival is back again! Join us to enjoy a variety of local craft beers and oysters from all eight of Virginia’s Oyster regions. A bounce house & kids’ activities will be provided by the Youth department. Register online or call 287-1330.

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DOMINION ENERGY CHARITY

VOLUNTEER REGISTRATION OPENS THURSDAY, APRIL 2

Volunteer registration for the 2020 Dominion Energy Charity Classic (Tournament Week: October 12-18) will open to CCV members, Dominion Energy employees, and past volunteers on Thursday, April 2 at 9:00 AM. The Dominion Energy Charity Classic would not be possible without the support of 1,100+ volunteers each year. There are many fun and unique opportunities, and you don’t have to be a golfer to volunteer! To register, please visit volunteers.deccgolf.com. MA R K YOUR CALENDAR!

F I R S T COME, FIRST SERVED Volunteer committee placement is first come, first served. It is important to register on Thursday, April 2 at 9:00 AM or as close to the registration opening time as possible. In 2019, there were over 570 applications on registration launch day with many committees filled by the end of the day. To ensure you receive a spot on one of your top three committee choices, it is best to register early! When registering, all applicants will choose their top three committees. The tournament will do its best to place applicants on their top choice committee, but availability cannot be guaranteed.

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CLASSIC

B E FOR E YOU REGISTER Visit volunteers.deccgolf.com to learn more about the program, volunteer package, and committees. A step-by-step registration tutorial and volunteer registration FAQs are available to review prior to registration. Be prepared with your top committee choices that fit both your interest and schedule.

VOLUNT E E R PACKAGE

All volunteers* are asked to purchase an $85 volunteer package (valued at $300) which can be paid by credit card through the online application. The package includes a volunteer credential, golf polo, pullover, hat, tournament tickets, and more. Complete details can be found on volunteers.deccgolf.com. *Junior volunteers and adult volunteers on the Pro-Am Caddie committee will receive complimentary volunteer packages.

J U N I O R VOLUNTEER PROGR AM Youth ages 13-18 are invited to participate in the tournament on the Standard Bearers and Pro-Am Caddie committees. Participants in the Junior Volunteer Program receive a complimentary Junior Volunteer Package.

2020 TOURNAMENT WEEK: OCTOBER 12-18

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GOLF

SAVE THE DATE

NEW–WORLD HANDICAP SYSTEM

MEN’S OPENING DAY Saturday, April 16 8:30 AM Breakfast James River Clubhouse

A new World Handicap System was instituted worldwide in January. This system is aimed to simplify handicapping and make it globally consistent. Several changes were implemented as a result of the new handicap system–here are some of the most important ones: Daily Revisions Every time a golfer posts a score, his or her handicap index will be revised that night, and a new handicap index will be available the following day. Every golfer is required to post his or her score as soon as possible after the completion of the round, and before midnight on the day of play. Maximum Hole Score The maximum score for handicap purposes for each hole played is limited to a net double bogey, calculated as follows: par of the hole + 2 strokes + any handicap stroke(s) that the player receives on the hole. Course Handicap In the new system, your Course Handicap will be the number of strokes needed to play to par. This will result in a greater variance in Course Handicap from each set of tees at a golf course. FOUND MONEY For all golfers who had a stellar

APRIL 4

10:00 AM Shotgun Start Tuckahoe Creek Course

Gentlemen – start your engines! It’s time to get the 2020 season started. All are welcome to attend a season preview presentation, including a full breakfast. A two-man Shamble tournament will follow for those 18 years and older.

TWO-MAN MATCH PLAY CHAMPIONSHIP Matches Begin Saturday, April 4

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season last year and placed in one of the Club’s golf events, it is time to cash in your “Found Money.” The golf shops are fully stocked so you are sure to find something that suits. All members who received tournament winnings in 2019 must redeem their prize credit by April 30, 2020.

Grab a partner to compete in the most popular tournament of the year. Sign up early - last year, a field of 90 two-man teams participated in the season- long event. Defending champions Craig Whitham and Neel Williams are looking for a repeat win in 2020. Registration is now open ForeTees.

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NEW YEAR’S DAY SCRAMBLE RESULTS

Overall Gross Winners: Craig Whitham/Whit Whitham/Neel Williams/Brent Higgins, 59 Overall Net Winners: Jordan Piland/Mark Williams/Thomas Goode/Jeff Rebman, 51 Flight 1 Gross: Lee Pinney/Chuck Messer/Allan Strange/Hunter Ross, 59 Net: Alexander Schaaf/Will Massey/Joe Blackburn/Wortie Ferrell, 58 Flight 2 Gross: William Hawthorne/Rand Robins/Jesse Hawthorne/Cole Hawthorne, 63 Net: Don Irwin/Alex Irwin/Everett Reveley/Nelson Reveley, 60

Flight 3 Gross: Alan Bedell/Mayo Oppenhimer/Clark Halladay/Louis Howard, 62 Net: Grant Holzbach/Andrew O’Brien/James Dolan/Dave McFarland, 55 Flight 4 Gross: Wilson Flohr/Ferd Baruch/Bill Mason/Andrew Farquhar, 65 Net: Russell Fergusson/James Rose/Cary Wright/Harold Williams, 59 Flight 5 Gross: George Calvert/Brock Livick/Hoppy Ancarrow/Bobby Roberts, 67 Net: Mark deBlois/Len Slater/Dan Smith/Barry Musselman, 56

Closest to the Pin #3- Harold Williams #10- Don Irwin

#8- Brent Higgins #14- Neel Williams

JAMES RIVER RE-GRASSING UPDATE

The James River Course re-grassing project, which began in October, is almost complete. The course is scheduled to open in late May, as long as the weather continues to cooperate. A crucial part of the re-grassing process is allowing time for the new greens to fully mature and establish. The actual work to resurface the greens only took approximately five weeks; however, the maturation process takes many months. Covers are being used to combat the less-than- ideal conditions that the short days and cooler temperatures of the winter months present. It is important to note that when the course reopens, play will likely be limited during the first year to protect the new greens. Modest green speeds are also to be expected

as the greens mature. Fully matured greens will provide improved playing conditions and better withstand Virginia’s hot, humid summer conditions. Theclosureduring re-grassingalsoprovidedanopportunity for exciting changes to the James River Course: the large putting green was expanded to allow more flat areas for practice putting, hole #4 was redesigned, moved closer to the water, and is a better fit with the landscape, and holes #13, #15, #17 were expanded to increase the variety of pin placements, allowing for more enjoyable and challenging golf. Christian Sain Director of Golf and Grounds Maintenance

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FITNESS PILATES FOR GOLFERS Thursday, March 19 6:00-7:30 PM Studio B

Master Pilates Instructor Heather Mazeika will lead a workshop using Pilates-based exercises and light resistance weights to: • Increase core strength • Improve hip rotation

P I L A T S

• Enhance range of motion in the shoulders • Develop spinal mobility for a more powerful and accurate swing 5 participants: $30/person 6 participants: $26/person Register online. For questions, contact Erica Phillips at 287-1313, ext. 534. POST-THERAPY SERVICES Many patients wonder what to do when therapy is complete and you are feeling better. A fitness program that works your entire body and addresses any orthopedic issues may be needed to avoid setbacks. Whether it is back to golf, tennis, or just maintaining the activities of daily living, we can help you reach these goals.

GROUPX HAPPY HOUR SOCIAL Tuesday, March 24 5:30-7:00 PM Westhampton Room $15/person (includes drinks and light fare) Enjoy some time outside of the studios with your GroupX family, or meet new friends and learn about group exercise classes held at the Club. Register online by March 18.

Call Alex Prill to find out more about our Post Rehabilitation Services at 287-1313, ext. 544 or email alex.prill@theccv.org.

COMPLIMENTARY TECHNIQUE WORKSHOPS Basics of the Push-up, Squat, Row, and Deadlift

Join Ian Dulmage in March and learn the proper form and technique for the push-up, squat, row, and deadlift. All workshops will be held in the Functional Training Area. No registration necessary. Basics of the Push-up Wednesday, March 4 6:00 PM Basics of the Squat Monday, March 9 7:00 AM Basics of the Row Friday, March 20 11:30 AM Basics of the Deadlift Wednesday, March 25 11:30 AM

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UPDATE - FITNESS DRESS CODE

Club-appropriate attire, including shoes and shirts, is required at all times. For safety, shoes must have closed toes and backs in the Gym and Functional areas. Bare feet are permitted in GroupX studios when class style dictates. Shirts must cover the midsection and sides.

Shorts should be of modest length and provide full bottom coverage. Clothing may not be tattered or display offensive messages. Athletic caps are permitted. Questions?Pleaseseek theadviceof Fitnessmanagement. Thank you.

DERMALOGICA PRODUCT OF THE MONTH 20% off Exfoliants Call 287-1462 for product information or to schedule an appointment.

10 + YEAR EMPLOYEES!

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR

40% of our full-time staff have been employed by the Club for 10 or more years.

Steve Lenox March 27, 1989 Golf/Grounds Maintenance

Robert Dunnington March 24, 1999 Golf

Randall Powell March 30, 2006 Golf

John Howell March 14, 1990 Golf/Grounds Maintenance

Jim Meadows March 31, 2000 Golf

Sarah Taylor March 18, 2009 Membership

Barbara Biggerstaff March 22, 1995 Spa

Ryland Jenkins March 19, 2002 Golf

Jed Stone, Golf/Grounds Maintenance March 30, 2006 (no photo available)

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RACQUET SPORTS

MEMBER/GUEST DOUBLES SQUASH TOURNAMENT November 22-23

Sixteen players from Virginia, as well as Maryland, New York, and West Virginia competed in CCV’s Second Annual Member/ Guest Doubles Squash Tournament. Congratulations to CCV member Francis Johnson and his partner from New York, Colin Campbell, as they defeated finalists Rob Long and Keith Pritchard to win the 2019 Member/Guest.

Francis Johnson, Colin Campbell, Rob Long, and Keith Pritchard

CCV PLAYERS ADVANCE TO PADDLE NATIONALS Games on the James December 7, 2019

CCV’s Games on the James took on new meaning in December and is now a National Ranking Tournament, in which the top five finishers qualify for the 2020 American Platform Tennis Association’s 2020 National Championships in Darien, Connecticut. Players from all over the region and beyond gathered on a cold December day, with 10 of 26 players either CCV members or staff. As the day progressed, teams knew that reaching the main draw semifinals would ensure a top-4 finish and automatic qualification in APTA Nationals. Three CCV teams – Peyton Lawson/Chris Snow, Blake Gayle/ Rob Oakes, and Matt Hane/Hunter Koontz – were able to do so.

The champions on the day were Hane and Koontz, both members of the professional staff, who won their final five sets of the day by a count of either 7-5 or 7-6. “It was never in doubt,” Hane joked of how close the competition was, “it’s always fun to get out and compete.” On having three all-CCV teams qualify for nationals, Director of Racquet Sports Rob Oakes commented, “Peyton and Blake have been carrying the torch for tournament paddle in Richmond for years and we’ve all learned a lot from them. I hope we can all go up to Nationals in March, it would be a thrill to see where we stand up against the best players in the world.”

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March is a great time to re-string your racquet before the start of the outdoor season. In most cases, we can have your racquet ready for play the next day. While you’re here, check out one of our complimentary demo racquets or, better yet, treat yourself to a brand-new racquet from Babolat, Harrow, Head, Tecnifibre, Wilson, or Yonex. RACQUET SPORTS PROSHOP

CCV MEN’S SQUASH TEAM TRAVELS TO CHICAGO Chicago, Illinois

Preston Dillard, Ned Sinnott, Rob Long, Scott Harrison, Henry Shield, Scott Storey, David Hetherington, John Street, Josh Wishnack, and Francis Johnson.

Rob Long passes down the “Grandmaster of Tins” award to John Street following John’s epic double fault on match point in a critical contest.

Scott Harrison is presented with the “Most Outstanding Hands” Award.

In November, CCV sent its best doubles squash players to take on the Racquet Club of Chicago for the second annual Big Shoulders vs. Mecca Doubles Squash Tournament – an event that has quickly become one of the highlights of our ever-expanding men’s squash calendar. The overall contest was very close and turned into a nail- biter, when, with only two matches to go, John Street double-faulted his serve on match point in the fourth game. While that moment was disappointing and earned Street the tournament’s “Grandmaster of the Tins” award, the look of amazement on the face of his doubles partner Henry Shield was the moment that all would remember.

Their loss left the fate of the CCV team in the hands of Scott Storey and Ned Sinnott. After trailing by two games early on in the final match, they came roaring back to win 3-2 and tie up the entire tournament. When Storey was asked about the match he said, “I have never had that many people interested in my squash play, which made me quite anxious; but Ned was calm and his touch was phenomenal. He played great for us and that was the difference in the match.” Team captain Scott Harrison’s deft touch on the court earned him the “Most Outstanding Hands” award for the second year in a row. Congratulations to all of our CCV men for an outstanding tournament and a great squash weekend on and off the court.

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YOUTH

Spring Programs March 16-May 15 (9 weeks) Registration available online.

Minute to Win It Games 1st-2nd-graders Friday, March 27 4:00-5:30 PM $22

Itty Bitty Yogis Ages 2-4 Mondays 4:00-4:45 PM

Ten challenges using household items. 60 seconds on the clock. Awesome prizes on the line. Think you can do it? You’ve got a Minute to Win It. Register online.

Sing Along and Play Ages 2-4

Candy Crush 3rd-4th-graders Friday, March 20 4:00-5:30 PM $22

Wednesdays 4:00-4:45 PM

Little Tutus Ages 2-3

Join your friends in this sugar-enhanced game night. Relays, competitions, tournaments, and candy—lots of candy for you to enjoy. Register online.

Wednesdays, 5:00-5:45 PM or Thursdays, 4:00-4:45 PM

Beginner Karate Ages 5-7 Tuesdays 4:00-5:00 PM Advanced Karate Greenbelt and up OR 7 years and older Tuesdays 5:00-6:00 PM

Play Center Monday, March 2 8:15 AM-1:30 PM Dr. Seuss’s Birthday Join Thing 1 and Thing 2 for special story time and activities.

Yoga for Kids Ages 6-9 Thursdays 4:00-5:00 PM

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Summer Camp Registration will begin on Monday, March 2 at 9:00 AM. Check the Summer edition of Junior Club Columns for information.

Town and Country After-Cotillion Parties Friday, March 20

6A………….7:45-9:00 PM 6B………….9:15-10:30 PM $20 Register online or call the Youth office at 287-1423.

Spring Break Day Camps 3-year-olds–3rd-graders 9:00 AM-1:00 PM $55 includes lunch

Movie Option 1:00-3:00 PM

$15 includes popcorn and treat Where the Wild Things Are Wednesday, March 11

Birthday Parties Birthday checklist: 1. Pick a date

Shake off the winter blues by exploring the wild with us. We will play map and compass games and make s’mores for dessert. Movie: Monsters, Inc.

2. Choose a theme 3. Invite your friends 4. Let the Youth department handle the rest! Parties available for 3 years and older. Call Megan Jinks at 287-1425 for scheduling and details. Popular themes include: spa, secret agent, superheroes, club-wide scavenger hunts, princess

Mad Scientists Thursday, March 12 From making elephant toothpaste to creating wild science experiments, this is a camp not to miss out on! Movie: Meet the Robinsons

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AQUATICS

2019 POLAR BEAR HIGHLIGHTS

Top Mileage (total miles swum) Males

Females

Pat Hanley, 605.33

1st

Karen Stephens, 388.06 Jane Sisk, 300.67 Amy Rose, 246.69 Ashley Farley, 215.31 Helen Nunley, 194.61 Meghan Thompson, 172.86

Grover Robinson, 380.64 Chris Mauck, 329.69 William Luke, 181.69 Clay Jacob, 171 Ward Wood, 170 Chris Small, 156.92 Bolling Lewis, 147.50 Mark Williams, 143.36

2nd 3rd

4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th

Top Male Milage

Alice Higgins, 154.58 Taylor Raquet, 147.56

Mary Stewart Albertson, 136.61

Jeb Stuart, 143

10th

Denise Barnes, 133.61

Top Female Milage

Top Participation (total visits) Males

Females

Kevin Lowe, 281 Kennon Whittle, 228 Lewis Lawson, 198 Frank Call, 194 Rufus Davis, 187 J.R. Hipple, 150 Charles Bice, 149 Don Lecky, 142 John Ashworth, 137 Frederick Thompson, 178

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th

Catherine Whitham, 305 Ann Scott, 266 Lele McKenry, 189 Meg Walker, 188 Willis O’Brien, 157 Chena Butler, 135 Nancy Jones, 131 Nancy Vaughan, 127 Susan Bance, 121 Elizabeth Montgomery, 158

Top Male Participation

Top Female Participation

PROGRAM PLACEMENTS Sunday, February 23, 5:00-6:00 PM Thursday, March 19, 6:00-7:00 PM Complimentary

Program Placements are carried out by our Aquatics staff to help find the program that best fits a child’s skill level and swim goals. Placements last about 10 minutes and allow your child to demonstrate the swim skills he or she currently possesses. Call Danielle, Aquatics Manager, at 287-1420 to schedule.

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60 DAYS ‘TIL SUMMER POOL PARTY AND PLUNGE Saturday, March 21 12:00-2:00 PM Adults-$15, Children-$25 Have the mid-winter blues? Are you as excited for summer as we are? Join friends at the pool for a cold-water plunge to celebrate 60 days left until the pools open for the season. Register online beginning Wednesday, March 4.

Event Includes: Wintery Provisions: Custom Grilled Cheese Station, Hot Soup, and S’mores Bubble Dance Party Music Cold Water Plunge in the 8-Lane Pool Towel giveaway to warm you up

SPRING CLINICS AT ST. CATHERINE’S Sundays, March 22-May 3 *No Clinics on Easter Sunday, April 12 Register online beginning Monday, March 2 at 9:00 AM.

Learn to Swim Ages 3-7 2:00 - 2:30 PM 2:30 - 3:00 PM 3:00 - 3:30 PM 3:30 - 4:00 PM $110

Private Lessons Call to Register Beginning March 2 2 years and older $24

Semi-Private Lessons Call to Register beginning March 2 2 years and older $18/child

Dive Team Ages 8 years & older 1:00 - 2:00 PM $120 Swim Team: Midgets/Seniors Ages 9 years & older 3:00 - 4:00 PM $120 *All NEW Mites must complete a Program Placement. Call 287-1420 to schedule. Returning Mites are exempt from the Placement. Swim Team: Mites Ages 8 years* & under 2:00-2:45 PM $110

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MEMBERSHIP

We are getting into the final days when those interested in CCV membership can submit a nomination form and have enough time to complete their next steps to be eligible for election in July. (We do not hold elections in August.) If friends, family members, or colleagues are hopeful to enjoy all that CCV has to offer during the summer, encourage them to submit a nomination packet sooner than later. For questions regarding the nomination process, or to introduce someone interested in membership, please contact Membership Director, Sarah Taylor, at 287-1444 or by email at sarah.taylor@theccv.org.

RECENT NOMINATIONS Nominee

Primary Sponsor

Secondary Sponsor Secondary Sponsor

Resident Thomas William Tatum Inez Lea Tatum Patrick Leigh Standing III Megan Arnold Standing

Paul D. Koonce

Robert D. Taylor

David E. Cottrell

Martha O. Proutt

Malcolm M. Randolph, Jr.

Lane V. Mosby

Maurice “Chip” Clark Perkins III Deborah White Perkins

J. Sargeant Reynolds, Jr.

Thomas B. Valentine

Jesse T. Ellington

David Lawrence Williams Tarah Mattia Williams Ian Dyer Moriarty Elizabeth Allen Moriarty Edwin “Bryan” Horner IV Anna Maxwell Horner

Anna D. Hatfield

Matthew M. Farley

Elaine S. Ryan

Kathryn A. Crowe

Massie P. Cooper

Mary D. Baril

Duncan C. Heyward, Jr.

Hynson H. Marvel III

Glenn R. Moore

Rebecca Allen Patton

Megan E. McGhee

Elizabeth C. Mason

K. Taylor Thomas

Stephen McCarthy Goddard Cheryl Garrett Goddard Scott Warren Matthews Elizabeth “Megan” Matthews

T. Justin “Jay” Moore III

Lawrence E. Gibson

John L. McElroy III

Anne-Robinson “Arpie” P. Starke

Anne Sidney D. Hetherington

Alice R. Livingston

James H. Parker III Barbara D. Parker David Jennings Caroline Jennings

W. Joseph Buhrman

Charles I. Davidson

Marshall N. Morton

Megan C. Marriott

Rebecca J. Horner

Joeseph R. O’Hallaron

William Daniel Prince IV Kyle Elizabeth Seedlock

William W. Tunner

James “Jim” S. Johnson, Jr. Wyatt A. Deal

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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Newly Elected Ryan Beale Bradley Kimberly Nix Bradley Raymond Lewandowski Clarise Lewandowski Jonathan Taylor McElhaney Heather Plunkett McElhaney NEW MEMBERS

Newly Married Ashton Howard Goldman (Margaret Clary Goldman) Jonah Kane-West (Sarah Gordon Valentine) Lauren Wright (Page Emery Davidson Faunce)

Junior Vivianne Ella Benson Jackson Bowen Bradley Ryder Beale Bradley Henry Elam Ella Anders Farmer Will Crawford Henderson, Jr. Parker M. Kuemmerle Emily McElhaney Finley McElhaney Catherine Tremaine Moody Davis Cole Mullen Miles Graham Prusek Owen Robert Prusek Lucy Stoddard Sherman Elsie Jane McCullen Vaughters Eli Williams White

Scott Hadley Nesbitt Mary Callison Nesbitt W. Keith Prusek Junior Associate Mary Callison Nesbitt

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

IN MEMORIAM The Board of Directors, members, and staff of The Country Club of Virginia extend their condolences to the families of Mr. William Meade Berkeley, Jr. Mrs. William V. Daniel (Lucy Hunton Kellog) Mrs. William J. Frable (Dr. Mary Ann Smith) Mr. Henry Harman George Mr. William Hunter Goodwin III Mrs. Richard D. Harrison (Virginia Gatewood) Mrs. Raymond Cottrell Hooker, Jr. (Elizabeth Wilburn) Mrs. Franklin E. Laughon (Stuart Bost)

NEW MEMBER ORIENTATION Wednesday, March 4 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.

FIRESIDE CHAT SERIES Shooting Techniques with Henry Baskerville Wednesday, March 18 6:30-7:30 PM, Westhampton Clubhouse An internationally acclaimed

Mr. John C. Maxwell, Jr. Mr. Randolph W. McElroy Mr. David Dalrymple Owen Mrs. Ellett D. Pollard (Anne Edge) Mrs. Beverley H. Randolph, Jr. (Caroline Parry Tyson)

wing-shooting instructor with over 50 years of teaching experience, Henry Baskerville, presents an informative and entertaining talk on shooting techniques that you won’t want to miss. $25/person includes hot hors d’oeuvres. Cocktails are available at regular Club prices. Register online.

WELCOME TO THE CCV FAMILY... Genevieve and Ward McGroarty welcomed Eleanor Walters McGroarty on August 2. Megan and Drew Meli welcomed Grace Margaret Meli on November 8. Eugenie and Jose Calderon welcomed Emilia Valentine Calderon on November 20.

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Prsrt Std US Postage PAID

V CC 1908

Permit No. 687 Richmond, VA

The Country Club of Virginia 6031 Saint Andrews Lane Richmond, Virginia 23226

BOATER SAFETY COURSE Sunday, March 29 or Sunday, April 26 9:00 AM-4:00 PM Westhampton Clubhouse

This course is mandatory for all Personal Watercraft “PWC” operators age 14 and older and all operators (regardless of age) of motorboats with a 10 horsepower or greater engine. $25/person includes buffet lunch. Register online. Must have 12 participants to hold each course.

BRIDGE RESULTS

ADVANCED BRIDGE December 4 North/South 1st

December 18 North/South 1st

January 15 North/South 1st

Richard Nuckols/Mike Lowden (Overall Club Champions) Elizabeth Childrey/Bill Childrey Parke Messier/Liz Galloway Carol Price/Joyce Nash Charles G. Cary/Fletcher Catlett Chris Bredrup/Deborah Michael Richard Nuckols/Mike Lowden Randy Totten/Bill Derry Parke Messier/Martha Barnard Jack Spooner/Jim Murray Elizabeth Childrey/Bill Childrey Sue Sims/Mary Lou Lee

Bill Childrey/Russ Parker Randy Totten/Bill Derry John Purcell/Joe Brockman Donnie Macon/Molly Rabb Susan Terry/Marion Halladay Boonie Showalter/Ann Showalter

Richard Nuckols/Mike Lowden Randy Totten/Bill Derry Parke Messier/Liz Galloway Donnie Macon/Susan Eckis Peggy Schoolar/Jim Murray Stewart Albertson/Marion Halladay

2nd 3rd

2nd 3rd

2nd 3rd

East/West 1st

East/West 1st

East/West 1st

2nd 3rd

2nd 3rd

2nd 3rd

January 22 North/South 1st

December 11 North/South 1st

January 8 North/South 1st

Anne Alferink/Eve McCray Tie 2/3 Peggy Schoolar/Jim Murray

Richard Nuckols/Mike Lowden Jordan Ball/Jan Moncure Ruthie C. Cogar/Claiborne Jenkins Chris Bredrup/Crawley Joyner

2nd

2nd 3rd

Charles Robertson/Richard Clary

Tie 3rd

East/West 1st

East/West 1st

Stewart Albertson/Rosemary Davenport Susan Terry/Marion Halladay Chris Bredrup/Crawley Joyner

2nd 3rd

2nd 3rd

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