December 2018 Newsletter

T H E BULLETIN

DECEMBER 2018

a newsletter for members of the wilmington country club

OFFICERS

PRESIDENT GaryW. Ferguson

VICE PRESIDENT Melissa Riegel

TREASURER John S.Wellons

SECRETARY Thomas C. Humphrey

DIRECTORS

CLASS OF 2018 D. Michael Gioffre, Jr. Cameron B. McDonald Edward A.Tarlov MarthaWhite 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 HONORARY DIRECTORS Joseph F. Hacker, III Richard H. Keller

ADVISORY DIRECTORS

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

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

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PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE Since many of our members were unable to attend the Annual Election of Stockholders meeting on Thursday, November 15, 2018 due to the weather, I will share my President’s remarks from that meeting with you this month. As I mentioned Sunday at Dan Pierson’s retirement celebration, I feel privileged to be a member of a club as special asWilmington Country Club. It is an honor to serve as President. This has been quite a year.We started with the transition to our new Director of Golf, Michael Shank.Michael has done a terrific job and we are really excited about the future of our professional staff and our Golf Program. We are now ending this year with the transition of our Grounds Director. Dan Pierson winds up his outstanding career at the end of December and Jon Urbanski joins us in January. Jon has some wonderful ideas and he is working withTom Humphrey’s Grounds Committee.The goal is to significantly improve the daily experience of our golfers even more, though I want to caution you not to expect too much too soon. The big news this year was the weather.As JohnWellons’ comments point out, the lousy weather had a major negative impact on our budget, but more importantly it reduced the opportunity to use and enjoy your Club. It also made it impossible to maintain our grounds to the conditions our members deserve. I often get asked,“What if this year’s weather is the new normal?”While I certainly hope not, we will adjust operations, if necessary, and the staff and committees are working on creative programs that will give you additional reasons to use the Club. But, quite frankly, although my boss used to say that hope is not a strategy, I sure hope the weather is better next year! Serving as President is interesting and challenging, and this year was a real learning experience. I have learned that we are blessed with a really strong management team and we are extremely fortunate to have Phil Iannelli as our General Manager. Phil, thank you for all you do! I have also learned that no matter what we do, it seems to please some members and upset others. This has certainly been the case as we have worked on the Tennis Improvement Project. While a number of members have questioned the need for more courts, an overwhelming number of members have cried out for access to more indoor court time.We are working hard to address that need.We also have studied a number of significant projects that would help us continue to improve the member experience in addition to theTennis Improvement Project.These include a new kitchen and improvements to the driving range and both golf courses.Your Board supports the concept of these projects and has committed to moving forward with the tennis facility when funding is available. A Committee, being led by Bob Hackett, is doing a great job looking at options and developing a cost effective plan. If we hit our budget targets for next year, it certainly moves us closer. In our effort to build capital reserves, the most important thing we can all do is to help bring in new members.While our membership has been relatively stable, modest growth would pave the way for continued improvement in many areas of the Club. I would like to close with a thank you to the Executive Committee, Board of Directors and especially to all the members who serve on Committees. The biggest strength of Wilmington Country Club is that we are member owned and governed. It is vitally important that we have active committees with diverse views and ideas. Wilmington Country Club is a great Club and with your support, we can make it even better. Thank you. Gary Ferguson President

TABLE OF CONTENTS

A NOTE FROM PHIL MEMBERSHIP DINING & SOCIAL FEATURED EVENTS BRIDGE & BOOK CLUB

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GOLF

RACQUETS

FITNESS

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A NOTE FROM PHIL

Holiday Greetings! It is hard to believe that it is time to break out the tree and all the trimmings, but the annual ritual has arrived and with it comes the hectic pace of the season. Accordingly, there is a lot to share, so let’s get to it. Throughout the Holiday Season, casual and formal dining will be offered in all venues. The normal activity of regular membership dining always increases during this time of the year so it will be

Pub37 will also get into the holiday celebratory mix. And on the third Friday of December, that celebration gets a little “ugly”. On the 21st, our normal “Happy Hour” will encourage you to dig deep into your closet to break out that truly ugly holiday sweater and wear it with pride! It will even earn you a free beer (or wine)! The Holiday season culminates with our New Year’s Eve dinners. Just as we did last year, there will be an “early dinner” in the Tavern/Grille - complete with traditional favors and decorations - serving a special limited menu from 5:30 pm until 8:00 pm (reservations accepted for all size tables). Café 1901 will also be open for families with our youngest revelers. For those who wish to “dress up”, the Dining Room will feature the same limited menu as the Tavern/Grille, but in a more formal environment. Piano music will be provided by Jim Sullivan and some traditional New Year’s favors will add a special atmosphere to a special evening. Reservations are appreciated for this room as well. And let’s not forget that the Pub37 will also be serving your favorites and can be either a great jumping off point or a perfect destination to say goodbye to 2018.Your Club has lots of options to usher in 2019! Please permit me to remind you of some Holiday schedule adjustments. On Christmas Eve, the Club’s athletic facilities will be open until 3:00 pm when all buildings will be secured. No food service will be offered. The Club will re-open at regular times the morning of the 26th. On New Year’s Day, all athletic facilities will be available regular hours, but no Clubhouse food service will be provided, nor will the Bag Room be open. Please plan your use accordingly. There are also two “housekeeping” item that need to be shared. The first has to do with appropriate use of your mobile device while at the Club.The rule prohibits voice use anywhere on Club property, but does permit non-verbal communication while encouraging discretion on when and where to use your device.“Discretion” seems to be an issue, so let’s be clear. It is never considered appropriate to use your mobile device for any purpose, at any time, in any of the Club’s formal spaces. The second item falls in the category of appropriate attire. Please be reminded that although the Grille andTavern are casual, a collared shirt is still required for gentlemen. Hoodies and athletic wear are fine in Café 1901 or Pub37, but not appropriate for the more upscale casual dining option. If you are having guests, it is really important to share this information with them prior to arriving. Finally, let me share the appreciation of our entire staff for your generous contributions to the Employee Christmas Gift Fund.Your gift reaches all employee ranks and is truly significant. On their behalf, we thank you and hope that you and your family have a joyous holiday season. If you’re traveling, be safe. If not, I’ll see you at the Club. Phil Iannelli General Manager

extremely important (and helpful) to make reservations for formal dining or for larger tables (five or more) planning to enjoy a casual meal in the Tavern/Grille. Notification of your planned visit will allow us to have a table waiting. Of course, if you are coming from another Holiday party and simply want to stop in, please do.We will always find a way to accommodate you. The Holidays also play host to a multitude of special dining and social experiences for you to enjoy. In addition to your traditional favorites, we have spiced up the calendar with a few new events, and “reimagined” a few others. The season got started pretty early this year when, on November 26th, the decorations went up. In fact, there were several events held before we even turned the calendar to December.Wreaths were made, sales were shopped and wine was sipped! December’s first official event is scheduled for Sunday the 2nd when we will jump right into the deep end with a completely reimagined Santa Party. Enjoy a terrific evening creating family holiday memories with cookie decorating, ornament making and spending time with Santa.We’ll have a festive dinner buffet, lots of activities and plenty of time for pictures with Santa. On Wednesday the 5th, a bus filled with our members will depart to spend the day in NYC.Also very popular is theYuletide Holiday Brunch scheduled for Sunday the 9th. This event has proven an excellent opportunity to gather as a family, join old friends or entertain guests during the Holidays. OnTuesday evening the 11th, we will be holding a wonderful event where attendees will decorate a personal gingerbread house.This event is open to all ages and skill levels.We hope you will join us! The tradition of our Christmas Candlelight Dinners has continued for more than two decades! To maintain the proper feel of the evening, the event is limited to the Formal Dining Room on three consecutive nights, the 18th, 19th and 20th.Although all three nights initially filled, we always get a few last minute cancellations and try to fill those vacancies from the waiting list. If you have any flexibility in your schedule and would like to participate, we encourage you to add your name to the list. Chances are, you will get a call.

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MEMBERSHIP

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

DECEMBER MEMBER MILESTONES Mr. Brien H. Jamison 30 Ms. Cheryl Paul 30 Mr.Thomas Stanley Scott 30 Mrs. Patricia Friz 35 Mr. Robert W. Friz 35 Mrs. Susan K. Olson 35 Mr. C. Roderick Maroney 40 Mr.Whitney Maroney 40 Mrs. Joanne Scott 40 Dr. Margaret Lynne du Pont 40 Mrs. Emily Tepe 40 Mr. David S. Mumford, III 60 NEWLY ELECTED JUNIOR MEMBERS Claire Majewski, Ellisen Houston, Leighton Houston IN MEMORIAM The Board of Directors, members and staff of Wilmington Country Club extend their sincerest sympathy to the families of: Claire B. Kaiser - Member 60Years Marilyn T. Flaherty - Member 26Years DECEMBER EMPLOYEE MILESTONES Raul Corona Senior Equipment Operator, 18Years Juan Mendez North Course Bunker Crew Leader, 16Years Bartolo Saldivar Senior Equipment Operator, 16Years IndalecioVasquez Senior Equipment Operator/Spray Technician, 13Years Tim Gray Assistant Engineer, 13Years Stephen Buenaga Human Resource Manager, 2Years

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WINES OF THE MONTH

ELDERTON WINES Barosssa, Australia

Elderton’s viticultural and winemaking philosophy is one that is shared by all of the great wineries around the world. The old saying that great wine is made in the vineyard is one that holds very true at Elderton. A team approach to ensure best practice in both the vineyards and winery is key to guarantee absolute quality in the bottle. Attention to detail in pruning, picking and winemaking, and using a combination of state of the art facilities and machinery with some

tried and true traditional techniques, ensures that the wines of Elderton will always show great brightness, purity and quality.The goal of the Ashmead family is to produce world class wines from entrenched varieties grown in the Barossa from our own vineyard holdings. We celebrate the individual terroirs of each of our sites and aim to produce wines that show true regional history and character, varietal definition and a healthy slice of our own personalities.

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ELDERTON E SERIES CHARDONNAY 2016 $7.50/Glass $28.00/Bottle

A deliciously rich, balanced and uncomplicated wine from vineyards scattered around the Barossa. Medium bodied, crisp and subtle with a light gold, medium straw color. Flavors of peach, melon and mango highlight the flavor profile.A perfect match with scallops, seafood and pastas.

ELDERTON E SERIES SHIRAZ/ CABERNET SAUVIGNON 2014 $7.50/Glass $28.00/Bottle

Mid to full bodied, classic Australian blend.The wine exhibits a deep purple color with hints of vanilla, cassis, cherry and plum. The wine has a mdium to long finish and is straight forward and very drinkable.

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A NOTE FROM OUR CLUBHOUSE MANAGER

WENDY & WINSLOW

Calling all Wilmington Country Club juniors! We are excited to welcome our resident North Pole elves, Wendy & Winslow, back to the Club. They will be joining us officially on December 1st to share in the excitement of the sea- son. Follow along as we post photos of Wendy & Winslow and feel free to join in on the fun and post your photos using #wendyandwinslow. Remember, Wendy & Winslow report back to Santa at the North Pole every night so make sure you are on your best WCC behavior! Keep an eye out around the entire Club, because you never know where they may turn up.

The 2018 Holiday Season is upon us and we look forward to sharing with you a variety of festive events. Enjoy everything the Club has to offer all the way through the NewYear. Holiday favorites such as the Candelight Dinners and the visit from Santa will again be the highlight of the season.These paired with new or reimagined events will be perfect for making family memories this holiday season!

Christine Jordan Clubhouse Manager

HOLIDAY HOURS OF OPERATION MONDAY, DECEMBER 24TH All Group Exercise andYoga Classes as Scheduled No Food Service Available The Hut is Closed Locker, Fitness, Bag Room, and Athletic Facilities open until 3:00 pm All Buildings will be secured at 3:00 pm

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25TH Clubhouse, Locker, Fitness, Bag Room, and

Athletic Facilities Closed No Food Service Available No Group Exercise Classes

MONDAY, DECEMBER 31ST All Group Exercises andYoga Classes as Scheduled The Hut is Closed Dinner Service Hours: Café: 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Tavern/Grille: 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm Dining Room: 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm No Lunch Service Available

TUESDAY, JANUARY 1ST Locker, Fitness, and Athletic Facilities Open Bag Room Closed No Food Service Available The Hut is Closed No Group Exercise Classes

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FOOD SERVICE HOURS

TAVERN & GRILLE WEEKLY SPECIALS NOVEMBER 27TH THROUGH DECEMBER 2ND Coq au Vin with Green Vegetable and Rice Pilaf

MONDAY No Clubhouse Food Service Hut: Opens at 5:00 pm TUESDAY Dining Room: Closed Tavern/Grille: 11:30 am - 9:00 pm Pub37: Opens at 10:45 am Café 1901: 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: 1901 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: 1901 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 1901: 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 1901: 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 1901: Opens at 11:00 am Hut: Closed

DECEMBER 4TH THROUGH DECEMBER 9TH Meat Loaf with Green Vegetable, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy

DECEMBER 9TH THROUGH DECEMBER 16TH Calves Liver with Bacon & Onions, Green Vegetable and Potato du Jour

DECEMBER 18TH THROUGH DECEMBER 23RD Hearty Beef Stew, Grilled Focaccia

DECEMBER 26TH THROUGH DECEMBER 30TH Chicken Cacciatore over Penne, Garlic Bread --- Specials cost $13.95 and include choice of soup or salad. Reservations in the Tavern/Grille for parties of 5 or more are appreciated.

DECEMBER MONTHLY DESSERTS

BRIOCHE BREAD PUDDING Rum Caramel Sauce, Banana Slices, Candied Pecans,Vanilla Ice Cream

PUMPKIN CHEESECAKE Hazelnut Crunch Bottom, Cinnamon Crème Fraîche, Cranberry Coulis

CHOCOLATE HAZELNUT TORTE Malbec Reduction, Black Pepper Meringues, Fresh Raspberries & Blueberries

BUTTERMILK SPICE CAKE French Orange Poached Pear, Mascarpone Bavarian, Burnt Orange Sauce

VANILLA BEAN CRÈME BRÛLÉE

FRESH STRAWBERRIES

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ICE CREAM OR SORBET

CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR ' S TAKE OUT MENU All Christmas & New Year’s orders must be placed by Saturday, December 15th. Orders for Christmas Eve and Christmas must be picked up by Sunday, December 23rd. Orders for New Year’s Day must be picked up on Monday, December 31st. HORS D’OEUVRES Shrimp, Cocktail Sauce · 21/dozen Mini Crab Cakes, Remoulade Sauce · 18/dozen Balsamic Fig, Goat Cheese, & Bacon on Flatbread · 18/dozen Scallops Wrapped in Bacon, Honey Mustard · 18/dozen Roasted Eggplant and Tomato Crisp · 18/dozen SOUPS Lobster Bisque · 30/quart Pumpkin Mushroom · 20/quart Snapper, Side of Sherry · 20/quart Sweet & Sour Mushroom · 22.5/quart ACCOMPANIMENTS Mashed Potatoes · 2.5/person Celery & Herb Stuffing · 2.5/person Asparagus · 3/person Green Beans · 2.5/person Baby Brussels Sprouts, Bacon & Spiced Pecans · 3/person Sweet Potato Casserole · 2.5/person Cranberry Relish · 12/quart Cole Slaw · 10/quart

Banquet Dinner Rolls · .50/each Tavern Dinner Rolls · .85/each ENTRÉES Roasted Turkey Breast – Half · 48 Roasted Turkey Breast – Whole · 95 Beef Tenderloin · 22/pound Honey Baked Ham · 9/pound Cooked Crab Cakes · 9.5/each Uncooked Crab Cakes · 9.25/each Beef Bourguignon · 14/person With Noodles · 16.5/person Coq Au Vin · 14/person With Rice · 16.5/person SAUCES - PINT/QUART Remoulade or Cocktail · 9/18

Madeira or Merlot · 15/30 Creamy Horseradish · 9/18 Turkey Gravy · 6/12

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HOL IDAY SWEET TREATS TAKE OUT MENU All orders for dessert require 48 hour notice. Orders can be made by calling the Front Desk at (302) 655-6171.

12” YULE LOG · 48 Chocolate Cake with White or Dark Chocolate Mousse

RED VELVET CUPCAKES · 1.5/each White Chocolate Cream Cheese Icing

ALMOND PEAR TART · 28 Cranberry Garnish

HOLIDAY COOKIES (ASSORTED) · 8/dozen Sugar Cookies, Pecan Coconut, Gingerbread, etc.

NUT & CHOCOLATE TRUFFLE CAKE · 24 White and Dark Chocolate Ganache, Moist Chocolate Cake, Pistachios

11” LEMON CHEESECAKE · 32 Gingersnap Crust

APPLE CRUMB, CHERRY, OR PUMPKIN PIE · 15 Also available as Gluten Free

CHOCOLATE FUDGE PECAN PIE · 18 Also available as Gluten Free

MACAROONS · 7/dozen

OATMEAL RAISIN COOKIES · 7/dozen

CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES · 7/dozen

H O U S E M A D E F A V O R I T E S

S W E E T & S A V O R Y T R E A T S p e r f e c t f o r g i f t g i v i n g

Gift baskets are always a popular choice during the holiday season. Perfect for friends, family, or even as a hostess gift, Wilmington Country Club and The Pantry make it easy to impress just about everyone! The Pantry gift baskets come in one size and feature five items chosen from the options below. “Gift giving ready” these baskets come finished with seasonal tissue and gift tag.

JAMS Mixed Berry Fig Kiwi-Poblano Jelly FLAVORED VINEGARS Lemon Raspberry Peach SPICE BLENDS

CONDIMENTS BBQ Sauce Steak Sauce

FLAVORED OIL (EVOO) Herb Lemon DESSERTS Lemon Blueberry Bread Pumpkin Bread Holiday Cookies (6)

Moroccan Southwest Creole Mediterranean

$35/Basket Call the Front Desk (302) 655-6171 to order your basket - 48 hour notice required.

DECEMBER 2018

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WCC Book Club 4:00 pm Ladies’ Lounge PSRA Squash Doubles Playoffs

NewYork City Bus Trip

Member-Guest Bridge Luncheon 9:30 am Bridge 12:30 pm Cocktail 1:00 pm Lunch Legends Squash Doubles Event Men’s Paddle Match

Happy Hour 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Pub37 Junior Tennis Holiday Jingleball 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Indoor Tennis Courts

Grand Prix Junior Singles Event

Santa Party 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Ballroom Paddle Ladies’ League

Hut Open 5:00 pm Ladies’ Paddle Match

7:15 am Departure Montchanin Bridge 12:30 pm Ladies’ Paddle Match

11 Gingerbread House Decorating 6:00 pm

12 Montchanin Bridge 12:30 pm Ladies’ Paddle Match Men’s Paddle Match

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No Clubhouse Food Service Hut Open 5:00 pm

Thursday Bridge 9:30 am Wilmington Interclub Finals Men’s Paddle Match

Happy Holiday Happy Hour 5:00 pm Pub37 Tennis Mixed

Yuletide Holiday Brunch 10:30 am - 1:30 pm Tavern & Grille Closed for Lunch Adult/Child Doubles Round Robin

Doubles Round Robin 6:00 pm Adult/Child Paddle Event 6:00 pm

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No Clubhouse Food Service Hut Open 5:00 pm

Thursday Bridge 9:30 am

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

Dining Room Junior Holiday Tennis Camp Junior Holiday Squash Camp

Candlelight Dinners 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Dining Room Junior Holiday Tennis Camp Junior Holiday Squash Camp Men’s Paddle Match

Junior Holiday Tennis Camp Junior Holiday Squash Camp

Junior Holiday Tennis Camp

Dining Room Junior Holiday Tennis Camp Junior Holiday Squash Camp

Beast Badge Junior FitnessWorkshop 6:00 pm 26 Montchanin Bridge 12:30 pm

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Christmas Clubhouse Closed

Thursday Bridge 9:30 am

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

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NewYear’s Eve NewYear’s Eve Festivities Open for Dinner Only

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THURSDAY BRIDGE NEWS Need a partner? Call Mary Jo Fidance (652-5570) and leave a message stating the date you need a partner! THURSDAY MORNINGS - 9:30 AM Louise Roselle, Chair, (302) 421-3603 Ginny Kuhn,Vice-Chair, (302) 656-3801 Lou Ann Carter, Bridge Manager, (302) 652-6709 December 6th - Member/Guest, Christmas Luncheon

First Place: East - West Section A & B: Virginia Kuhn - Susan Herrmann Section C: Mary Jo Fidance - Tannaz Owczarek (Guest) NOVEMBER 8TH - SWISS TEAMS First Place: Patricia Sinex - Patricia Turk - Judith Spruance - Marina Tarlov Second Place: Eleanor Brown - Judy Jackson (Guest) - Louise Roselle - Eleanor Maroney (Guest) Third Place (tie): Maxine Alexander - Thomas Hughes - Lee Davis - Margaret McGrath NOVEMBER 15TH - PRO/AM First Place: North - South Section A: T. Corroon (Guest) - Charlotte Bispham Section B: Lee Davis - Katherine Hoopes First Place: East - West Section A: Virginia Kuhn - Marina Tarlov Section B: Carroll Shannon - CindyWright Carroll Shannon - Mary Jo Chandler - Virginia Kuhn - Joan Lehrfeld (Guest)

OCTOBER 18TH First Place: North - South Section A: Louise Roselle - Anthony Cardinal Section B: Nancy Barlow - Bill Barlow First Place: East - West Section A: Caroline Hughes - Marilyn Dunning Section B: Carroll Shannon - Marie Mackay Section C: Candy DiSabatino - Mary Jo Fidance OCTOBER 25TH First Place: North - South Section A & B: Louise Roselle - Eleanor Brown First Place: East - West Section A & B: Judith Spruance - Eleanor Maroney (Guest)

NOVEMBER 1ST First Place: North - South

Section A & B: Mary Jo Chandler - Candy DiSabatino Section C: Katherine Hoopes - Margaret McGrath

MONTCHANIN SOCIAL DUPLICATE BRIDGE WEDNESDAYS Lunch Buffet - 12:30 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 658-1532.

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BOOK CLUB Our Tuesday, December 4th selection, Lisa Wingate’s historical novel Before We Were Yours , is based on a real life scandal that took place in Memphis. It’s a stormy night in 1939 and twelve- year-old Rill Foss and her four siblings’ enchanting life on a riverboat is disrupted when their father has to rush her mother to a Memphis hospital. Rill is put in charge, but she can’t stop the men who barge in and snatch the children from their shanty home to bring them to the Tennessee Children’s Home Society orphanage. Although the children are told they will be united with their parents, Rill does not believe them.The future seems dark and uncertain as Rill struggles to keep her siblings together. Move to the present time in Aiken, South Carolina where Avery Stafford has just returned home to help her father deal with his colon cancer. Although Avery seems to have everything: looks, family position, and a handsome fiancé, she is troubled by a chance encounter with a woman in a nursing home who seems to know her. As a federal prosecutor, Avery is accustomed to delving into people’s past, and so she begins investigating this woman to see if the Stafford family has any murky history that might interfere with her father’s re-election campaign for the U S Senate. Join us at 4:00 p.m. in the Ladies’ Lounge as Susan DiPietro leads the discussion of this historical novel which recreates the horror and pain children felt when they were torn from their families and put up for adoption. Our selection for January is Paulette Jiles’ historical novel News of the World - a vivid portrait of 1870’s Texas that captures a beautiful and lawless landscape, and a masterful exploration of family, responsibility, honor and trust.This is a story you will treasure.

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A NOTE FROM GROUNDS

WHERE ARE THEY NOW?

Over the past twenty five years under the supervision of Dan Pierson, Wilmington Country Club has enjoyed the dedicated efforts of many young professionals committed to a career in the golf course industry. Many have gone on to be successful golf course superintendents in their own right, a few have found other niches in the field of golf, and one or two have decided to do other things.We thought you might find it interesting as to who they are and what they are doing now. It would be very difficult to search the exact dates they were here so we will be a bit general in the time period. Jim Wagner : early-90’s WCC irrigation foreman under Paul Latshaw, first assistant under Dan Pierson. Now the Vice President and Design Partner of the very successful Hanse Golf Course Design. Andy Mottel : early-90’s WCC second assistant along with Jim Wagner. Now the Senior Agronomist for East Coast Sod and Seed Inc. Pilesgrove, New Jersey. Terry Duffy : early-90’s WCC third assistant. Now assistant Superintendent White Clay Creek, Newark Delaware. Jon Urbanski : 1994 to 1999 WCC summer staff while attending SUNY College for Business Degree,WCC Internship while attending Univ. Maryland forTurf Degree,WCC Assistant Superintendent. Now Superintendent Biderman Golf Club. Soon to be Director of Grounds,Wilmington Country Club. Rich Sweeney : mid-90’s WCC Assistant Superintendent. Now Regional Sales Director for Plant Food Agricultural Supply Company. Pat Michener : late-90’s WCC Student Intern. Now Superintendent of Grounds York Country Club, York Pennsylvania. Glenn MacDonald : late-90’s to early 2000’s WCC Assistant Superintendent. Now Superintendent of Grounds Cripple Creek Golf and Country Club, Dagsboro, Delaware.

Jeff Muller : mid-90’s WCC Assistant Superintendent. Now Assistant SuperintendentWoodholme Country Club, Pikesville Maryland. Andrew Dooley : early-2000’s WCC Student Intern. Now Superintendent of Grounds Berkshire Country Club, Reading, Pennsylvania. Jeffrey Knoblock : mid-2000's WCC North then South Course Superintendent. Now Co-Owner/Brewer, Trail Point Brewing Company, Allendale, Michigan. Matt Neus : mid-2000,'s WCC North then South Course Superintendent. Now Superintendent of Grounds Knollwood Country Club, Elmsford, NewYork. Mark Haschemeyer : mid-2000’s WCC North then South Course Superintendent. Now Superintendent of Grounds Kings Creek Country Club, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Adam Stewart :mid -2000’sWCC Student Intern then North Course Assistant Superintendent. Now Superintendent of Grounds Lake of Isles Club and Resort, Norwich, Connecticut. Jared Kalina : mid-2000’s WCC South Assistant then North Superintendent. Now Superintendent of Grounds Ballyneal Golf Club, Holyoke, Colorado. Jason Frey : mid-2000's WCC North Course Assistant Superintendent. Now Superintendent of Grounds, Penn National Golf Club, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. Nick Larrimore : mid-2000’s WCC South Assistant then North then South Superintendent. Now Superintendent of Grounds, Peninsula Golf and Country Club, Millsboro, Delaware. Zach Nicoludis : mid-2000’s WCC South Course Superintendent. Now USGA Turf Agronomist, Central States Region, Columbus, Ohio. CURRENT SUPERVISORY STAFF Anthony Kowalski : South Course Superintendent SeanWhiston : North Course Superintendent Justin Lewis : South Course Assistant Superintendent

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A NOTE FROM GOLF

COURSE AVAILABILITY Monday: 9:00 am Tuesday – Friday: 9:00 am Saturday, Sunday & Holidays: 8:30 am

The golf season has wound down, but the winter months are a terrific time to get involved with golf instruction and see dividends by the spring. Individual instruction is always available in our hitting bays, and now in our new indoor golf studio during the off-season. This indoor golf studio is located in the Squash Building where Fitness on Demand was previously held. Additionally, we are offering packages with fitness to help make real progress with your game. During the Holiday Season, the Golf Shop is a great spot for all of your holiday shopping needs. If you weren’t able to attend our Holiday Sale on November 27th, we will continue to offer discounts on merchandise and golf equipment throughout the month of

DRIVING RANGE Monday: Closed Tuesday – Friday: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Saturday,Sunday,&Holidays:8:00 am - 5:00 pm BAG ROOM Monday: Closed Tuesday – Friday: 8:00 am - Dusk Saturday, Sunday, & Holidays: 7:30 am - Dusk GOLF SHOP Monday: Closed Tuesday – Friday: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Saturday,Sunday,&Holidays:8:00 am - 5:00 pm Tom Beck recently came to the range to be fitted for a new TS2 Titleist driver. Working with aTrackman launch monitor and a variety of shafts, Mr. Beck found that the Fujikura Speeder ProTS 74 shaft gave him the best combination of launch and spin for maximum distance. Even during these winter months, we can fit you for new golf clubs so that your bag will be ready to go when the weather warms. The new TS driver from Titleist is a great option as it is the longest and most forgiving driver Titleist has ever made. CLUB FITTING SUCCESS STORY

December. Enjoy the convenience of shopping at your Club. The Golf Shop will officially be closed on Tuesdays beginning January 1st. It will re-open on Tuesdays starting in mid-March once the weather improves. Should you need to make a purchase, arrange guest play, etc., please make arrangements to do so between Wednesday and Sunday

during these months. Michael Shank, PGA Director of Golf

GOLF SHOP NEWS Remember that all Golf Shop credit must be used by the end of the year. Complimentary gift wrapping is always available in the Golf Shop.

We are currently offering a special holiday price of $39.99 per dozen on all Titleist ProV1 and ProV1X golf balls. Additionally, players may order dozens with FREE personalization between now and December 31. Please stop by or call the Golf Shop to order, (302) 655-6022. Struggling to find that perfect gift this Holiday Season? Remember that you can stop by the Golf Shop to pick up a Gift Certificate anytime.

EXCLUSIVE WILMINGTON COUNTRY CLUB / PETER MILLAR WEBSITE There are still a few days to check out our brand-new Peter Millar Wilmington Country Club website for the holiday season. This exclusive website includes member-only pricing to help you get a head start on your holiday shopping. Products may be shipped to the club or any address you choose. You can shop now by checking out the website RIGHT HERE. The password is Crown18. Please note that the website will close December 9th. HOLIDAY RE-GRIPPING SPECIAL The Bag Room is running a re-gripping special throughout the month of December. The off- season is the perfect time to get new grips and be ready for next season or that winter golf vacation. Any clubs re-gripped this month are discounted by 15%.

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RECAP FIRST ANNUAL TURKEY SHOOT We had a full field tee off on a beautiful November day for our inaugural Turkey Shoot event. Players played a fun cross-country event on the South Course. 1st Place Net: Gary Ferguson, Fred Sears, Ron Oliver, and Robert Wittig 1st Place Gross:Tim Porter, Scott Porter, Pete Moran, Brad Mitchell 2nd Place: Ken Bubes, Bob Aerenson, Erik Bradley, Carl Giorigi 3rd Place: Bob Hackett,Tom Humphrey, Charles McDowell, Don MacKelcan 4th Place: Jared Green, Jim Green, Sr., Steve Crifasi, Sr., Steve Crifasi, Jr. Closest to the Hole Men: Pete Moran & Jay McCrery

PGA JUNIOR GOLF LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP

Closest to the HoleWomen: Pam McCrery & Nicoll Keeney Longest Drive Men &Women: Pete Moran & Nicoll Keeney

Our very own Drew Allen and Jack Homer got the junior golf experience of a lifetime last week travelling to Grayhawk Golf Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona. The duo represented Wilmington on the Delaware Team All Stars. 2018 marks the first time Team Delaware has advanced to the national championship from regional play. In total, twelve All- Star Teams of 10 junior golfers won their respective Regional competitions to advance to the 7th PGA Jr. League Championship. Considering nearly 50,000 juniors participated in PGA JLG nationally this year, to be a part of this elite group of 120 juniors was quite an honor! RULES OF GOLF The rules of golf are changing January 1, 2019. Be sure to check the Weekly Happenings each week for videos on some of these changes.Additionally, keep an eye out for rules seminars coming here to the club this spring.

WOMEN’S EIGHTEEN-HOLE GOLFERS Jan Hobbs President Ellen Cannon Vice-President Pam McCrery Treasurer Catherine Dean Secretary Now, a much quieter time gives your Golf Committee the opportunity to begin working on the 2019 season: • Finalizing the schedule for 2019 weekly events, major tournaments and special events. You should have received the notice for continued membership in the 18-Hole Golf Association. It is important to note that there will be no increase in dues for 2019. Let’s all work on getting new members to join our group! Wishing all a wondrous Holiday Season for you and your family! WOMEN’S NINE-HOLE GOLFERS INCOMING OFFICERS FOR THE 2019 SEASON President - Tiny Mulvena Vice President - Claudia Peters Treasurer/Membership - Kathy Perry Thank you to everyone for their help and support in making the 2018 Nine Hole Golf Season one of the best ones yet. It’s never too soon to be thinking about joining for next season. If you are interested, please contact Kathy Perry, kathyperry13@gmail.com or 302-545-7522.We hope you enjoy this holiday season with family and friends and we look forward to a great 2019 season! • Completing the changes and updates to the Booklet. • Posting changes to our Golf Committee in Locker Room. • Updating and posting available information to the Rules of Golf, 2019

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A NOTE FROM RACQUETS

ADULT TENNIS

During the month of December the holidays keep us busy with all the festivities. We also offer several junior events during December that our juniors may want to participate in. Our annual Junior Tennis Holiday Jingleball event is on Friday, December 7th from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm. This annual event includes fun, prizes, food/beverages, and is for ages 7 and older with all levels of tennis players. On Saturday, December 8th we are conducting another Grand Prix Junior Squash Singles Event.This one day event is great opportunity for junior players to experience playing in a competitive event. Friday, December 14th we will host an Adult/Junior Paddle Round Robin which is always fun

MONDAY 8:45 am - 10:00 am Ladies' 4.0 + Doubles Clinic

6:45 pm - 7:45 pm Men’s CardioTennis

TUESDAY 8:45 am - 10:00 am Ladies' 3.5 + Doubles Clinic WEDNESDAY 9:00 am - 10:00 am Ladies' 3.5 + CardioTennis 10:00 am - 11:00 am Ladies' 3.0 CardioTennis THURSDAY 8:45 am - 10:00 am Ladies' 3.5 + Doubles Clinic 10:00 am - 11:15 am Ladies' 3.5 + Singles Clinic FRIDAY 10:00 am - 11:00 am Ladies' CardioTennis 11:00 am - 12:15 pm Ladies' 3.0 Doubles Clinic SATURDAY 7:45 am - 8:45 am Men’s CardioTennis 8:45 am - 10:00 am Men’s Tennis Round Robin 8:45 am - 9:45 am Ladies' CardioTennis 6:45 pm - 7:45 pm Mixed CardioTennis

with play and pizza. During the week of December 17th - 21st we will offer junior tennis and squash camps to continue working on your game or begin playing again after your fall sports season.We hope to see our juniors involved in one or more of these events.

See you on the courts.

Ed McQuillin Racquets Director

JUNIOR TENNIS & SQUASH HOLIDAY CAMPS Monday, December 17th through Friday, December 21st Sign up with the Racquet Shop (302) 655-6513

CONGRATS ED & JEREMIAH! Congratulations to Ed McQuillin and Jeremiah DeJose for being selected to serve in key posts the next two years with the USTA. Ed McQuillin will serve as the USTA Middle States Sectional Delegate serving on the USTA National Executive Committee which makes national decisions for the organization. Jeremiah DeJose will serve as the Delaware Tennis District Council Chair and lead all of Delaware Tennis. UPCOMING EVENTS Friday, December 7th : Junior Tennis Holiday Jingleball, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Saturday, December 8th : Grand Prix Junior Squash Singles Event Friday, December 14th : Adult/Junior Paddle Round Robin Friday, December 14th :Tennis Mixed Doubles, 6:45 pm - 8:00 pm Monday, December 17th - Friday, December 21st : Junior Tennis & Squash Camps

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JUNIOR TENNIS PROGRAM CLICKTOVIEW FULL SCHEDULE & DESCRIPTIONS

Kids will develop and build their rallying and playing skills through a variety of fun and engaging athletic, technical, and tactical games.Whether they are brand new to tennis or have experience our goal is to get kids moving and playing with one another from the first time they step on the court!

Orange Competition Wednesday 5:15 pm - 6:30 pm Thursday 3:45 pm - 5:00 pm $161/7 weeks, $28 drop-in Green Competition Wednesday 3:45 pm - 5:15 pm Thursday 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm $196/7 weeks, $33 drop-in

Red 1 (5-6 years) Monday 3:45 pm - 4:30 pm Tuesday 3:45 pm - 4:30 pm Saturday 11:15 am - 12:00 pm Sunday 1:30 pm - 2:15 pm $119/7 weeks, $22 drop-in Red 2 (7-8 years) Monday 3:45 pm - 4:30 pm Tuesday 3:45 pm - 4:30 pm Saturday 11:15 am - 12:00 pm Sunday 1:30 pm - 2:15 pm $119/7 weeks, $22 drop-in Orange (9-10 years) Monday 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm Tuesday 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm Friday 5:30 pm - 6:45 pm Saturday 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm $140/7 weeks, $25 drop-in Green (11-12 years) Monday 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm Tuesday 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm Saturday 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm $140/7 weeks, $25 drop-in Yellow (13-14 years) Monday 5:30 pm - 6:45 pm Tuesday 5:30 pm - 6:45 pm Saturday 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm $161/7 weeks, $28 drop-in

Yellow Competition 1 Wednesday 5:15 pm - 6:30 pm, $161/7 weeks, $28 drop-in Thursday 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm, $196/7 weeks, $33 drop-in Friday 4:15 pm - 5:30 pm, $196/7 weeks, $33 drop-in Yellow Competition 2 Wednesday 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm, $196/7 weeks, $33 drop-in Thursday 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm, $196/7 weeks, $33 drop-in Friday 4:15 pm - 5:30 pm, $161/7 weeks, $28 drop-in

High School Monday 5:30 pm - 6:45 pm Tuesday 5:30 pm - 6:45 pm $161/7 weeks, $28 drop-in

High Performance Wednesday 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm Thursday 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm $196/7 weeks, $33 drop-in Session 3 : January 2nd - February 17th

Class Size Policy: To ensure each player receives the best quality of instruction we will be limiting class sizes to 6 players per court. Classes will also need at least four players for the program to go forward. Make Up Class Policy: Kids can make up two classes in the following session. If your child is not able to come, please let us know so that players on the waiting list or who’d like to drop in are able to join the class that day. Drop-In Policy: Kids are able to drop-in into any appropriate level class that is not full (6 kids). The drop-in rate is slightly higher per class than registering for the entire session.

JUNIOR ACADEMY These classes are for players who want to pursue more competitive opportunities and meet WCC Jr. Tennis Pathway parameters. Competition players will be encouraged to play on our Junior League Teams, as well as compete in both District (DE), Sectional (DE, NJ, PA) USTA tournaments. Classes will include on-court playing and off-court fitness training portions. All players who register for the full session will receive an End of Session Player Review.

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Class times are subject to change due to indoor court availability.

SQUASH NEWS

JUNIOR SQUASH PROGRAM

WCC hosted two Grand Prix Junior Squash Singles events; one in October and one in November. The events are for 11 and under Junior Squash players here at WCC.

MONDAY 5:15 pm – 6:15 pm: 12-14Years 6:15 pm – 7:15 pm: 14+Years 7:15 pm – 8:30 pm: High School TUESDAY 4:35 pm – 5:20 pm: 5-6Years 5:20 pm – 6:05 pm: 7-9Years 6:05 pm – 7:05 pm: 10-12Years WEDNESDAY 6:15 pm – 7:15 pm: 14+Years 7:15 pm – 8:30 pm: High School THURSDAY 3:45 pm – 4:30 pm: 5-6Years 4:30 pm – 5:15 pm: 7-9Years 5:15 pm – 6:15 pm: 10-12Years 5:15 pm – 6:15 pm: 12-14Years SUNDAY 12:40 pm –1:20 pm: 5-6Years 2:20 pm – 3:05 pm: 7-9Years 3:05 pm – 4:05 pm: 10-12Years 4:05 pm – 5:05 pm: 12-14Years 5:05 pm – 6:05 pm: 14+Years

WCC Hosted the first annual Blue Hen Open Squash Singles Tournament in early November. Twenty of our members across three different skill levels participated and some had great success: In the 3.5 Skill Level John Bilek defeated Ethan Townsend of

Wilmington in a five game thriller. In the 4.0 Skill Level Jon Saunders, after 2 physically demanding quarter final and semifinal matches, succumbed in the final to Lancaster’s Ed Proffitt. In the 4.5 Skill Level Peter Harris was defeated by Reymar Santos of Washington DC in a thrilling 5 game pressure cooker.

Todd Anderson and Ed Chilton both made the USA team for the CAN-AM Cup up in Toronto, Ontario. 60 Player teams from both countries compete across numerous age groups.Todd Anderson partnered withTom Harrity of Philadelphia and Ed Chilton played with Chris Spahr of Boston. Both finished 1 and 1 in the their respective matches. Ed also competed in the mixed portion with Phoebe Trubowitz of Portland Oregon and lost 15-14 in the 5th. The Canadians put together a strong team on their home turf and took the men’s, women’s and the overall to win the Can AM Cup.

COACHING CORNER PATIENT METHODICAL (ATTRITIONAL)

This player plays long rallies up and down the wall. Usually plays with slower tempo. They limit angles for their opponents, and they themselves will only go short when they have a real opening. They use varied height and pace and keep opponents in the back court. Pros : Keeps shooters and attackers in a more defensive situation.They are very patient and force opponents to shoot too early. Allows for deception. Works well with faster opponents and those that have trouble out of the back. Exploits backcourt weaknesses. Cons : Requires consistency, patience and discipline.When stretched out it is difficult to control the ball. Rallies can be extended unnecessarily so, unless on purpose. STRATEGIES AGAINST THE PATIENT METHODICAL PLAYER • Use higher tempo • Vary the pace • Volley your way out of the back court, don’t hit your way out • Boast because you want to, not because you have to • Try and twist the opponent by playing good wide crosscourts and effective working boasts working cross drops. Make them stretch. Ed Chilton Assistant Director of Racquets

Session 3 : January 2nd - February 17th

DECEMBER EVENTS Saturday, December 8th : Grand Prix Junior Squash Singles Event

Monday, December 17th - Friday, December 21st : Junior Tennis & Squash Camps

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MEN’S PADDLE EVENTS Mondays : Men’s Clinic, 5:30 pm Mondays : Men’s Practice, 6:30 pm Wednesdays : Men’s D6 Matches Thursdays : Men’s D1 and D4 Matches PADDLE NEWS

WOMEN’S PADDLE EVENTS Mondays :Women’s Cup 2 Matches

Mondays : Cup 7 Practice 12:15 pm - 1:30 pm Wednesdays :Women’s Cup 5 and 7 Matches Thursdays : Ladies Clinic, 5:30 pm Thursday Cup Practices : Cup 5: 9:15 am - 10:30 am, Cup 2: 10:30 am - 11:45 pm Sundays :Women’s Sunday League, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

JUNIOR CLINICS Mondays : 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm (10 to 14 years) Mondays : 5:00 pm - 5:30 pm (7 to 10 years) Thursdays : 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm (10 to 14 years) Thursdays : 5:00 pm - 5:30 pm (7 to 10 years)

AREA EVENTS Saturday, December 1st : Royal Rumble MXDTournament

Saturday, December 1st : MAPTA Men’s Super B and Super CTournament Sunday, December 2nd : Paddle Battle of the Brandywine Junior Event Saturday, December 8th :WayWay Over 50s Men’s Tournament Friday, December 14th :Wilmington Adult/Child Social, 6 p.m.

35TH ANNUAL MORROW PADDLE TOURNAMENT

Friday, January 25th - Sunday, January 27th

The Morrow Mixed Doubles Paddle event will be held from January 25th-27th, 2019. Entering the 35th year of the event the tournament is the largest paddle event during the paddle season in Wilmington.The tournament features three levels of mixed paddle play, a cocktail party on Friday night and the annual dinner dance on Saturday. The finals are held on Sunday, January 27th at Wilmington Country Club. If you are interested in playing contact the Racquet Shop and come out and watch some great paddle.

Please register in the Racquet Shop - racquetshop@wilmingtoncc.com

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FITNESS NEWS Looking for a gift for a friend or loved one? Give the gift of fitness, massage, and/or yoga this Holiday season. Stop by the Fitness Center to pick up a Fitness Gift Certificate. Equipment Orientation FREE for the month of December. Schedule an appointment with one of our certified personal trainers to be sure you are using the equipment properly. Great for getting a head start on your 2019 fitness goals! Fitness Evaluation FREE for the month of December. Get a head start on your 2019 fitness goals. Have one of our certified personal trainers match your fitness goals with your evaluation results.

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, Maria Lucey 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) 2 people: $40/person 3 people: $30/person 4 people: $25/person 5 or more people: $20/person MASSAGE GROUP PERSONAL FITNESS SESSIONS

STRETCHING WORKSHOP WITH COREY RYAN Wednesdays at 8:00 am through the NewYear

This workshop will go over and accomplish proper full body stretching.The goal is to make you a smarter stretcher and make you more flexible. Sign up with the Fitness Center (302) 655-6171 ext. 2113.

Tracy, Susan, and Vicki 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

BEAST BADGE WORKSHOPS The Fitness Center Rules state that the fitness facility is available to members, age 16 and older.All Junior members aged 10 through 15 must possess the Beast Badge. Junior members aged 10 and 11 may only use the facility if accompanied by their member parent. Please sign up at the Fitness Desk - cost is $25. Wednesday, December 19th: 6:00 pm Sunday, January 20th: 9:00 am Wednesday, February 20th: 12:00 pm Friday, March 1st: 5:00 pm

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

TRIGGER POINTS FOR BETTER GOLF AND TENNIS WITH CHRIS WEISS Saturdays at 9:00 am through the NewYear

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WCC GROUP EXERCISE CLASSES

GROUP EXERCISE CLASSES

YOGA CLASSES

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY

SATURDAY SUNDAY

Boot Camp Beth Sheehy

Hot Vinyasa Beth Sheehy

Boot Camp Beth Sheehy

Hot Vinyasa Beth Sheehy

6:00 am

Golf Fitness (Squash Building) Corey Ryan *Foundations (90°) Mary Currie

Golf Fitness (Fitness Center) Corey Ryan

Golf Fitness (Fitness Center) Corey Ryan

7:00 am

*Foundations (90°) Mary Currie

*Foundations (90°) Mary Currie

FIT Maria Lucey

FIT Maria Lucey

7:15 am

TRX Chris Weiss

FIT Fusion Beth Sheehy (Every other Saturday) Krysta Lafferty

*Foundations (90°) Mary Currie

8:00 am

*Balance Mary Currie 45 minute class

*Balance Mary Currie 45 minute class

8:15 am

*Warm Yoga Flow Mary Currie

*Warm Yoga Flow Mary Currie Tri Fit Mary Harrison

*Warm Yoga Flow Mary Currie Tri Fit Mary Harrison

8:30 am

9:00 am

Shape Up (Fitness Center) Beth Sheehy

*Warm Yoga Flow Mary Currie

9:15 am

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

9:45 am

10:00 am

Restorative Yoga Beth Sheehy

10:30 am

6:15 pm Warm Yoga Flow Beth Sheehy

Restorative Yoga Beth Sheehy

X-17 Beth Sheehy

GROUP EXERCISE AND YOGA RATES GROUP EXERCISE AND YOGA RATES

$14/Session *$16/Premium Session $140 Unlimited 30 Day Rate $380 Unlimited 90 Day Rate 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 wilmingtoncc.com or call (302) 655-6171 ext. 2113. $14/Session *$16/Premium Session $140 Unlimited 30 Day Rate $380 Unlimited 90 Day Rate All class s are one hour in length unless otherwise noted. Limited space and pre-regi tration is preferr d.Walk-ins welcome, sp ce 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 wilmingtoncc.com or call (302) 655-6171 ext. 2113.

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