The Country Club of Virginia April 2020 CLUB COLUMNS
RAMY ASHOUR SQUASH CLINIC & EXHIBITION page 7
AQUATICS PROGRAM REGISTRATION page 14
UPCOMING GOLF EVENTS page 11
Sunday, May 10 Adults-$38, Seniors-$36, Children 5-12-$19, Children 4 and under dine with our compliments Reservations open at 9:00 AM on Wednesday, March 11. Traditional Mother ’ s Day Buffets Westhampton Clubhouse
James River Clubhouse 11:00 AM-3:00 PM Register online or call 287-1330.
11:00 AM-3:00 PM Register online or call 288-2891.
HOPS & GRAPES FESTIVAL
Sunday, June 14 4:00-7:00 PM Westhampton Terrace
Adults-$59, Seniors-$57, Children 5-12-$14 Summertime and the sipping is easy! Join us on the Upper Terrace for delicious food & beverage pairings and lawn games. Local beer and wine will be showcased alongside Chef’s culinary offerings – mark your calendar, don’t miss the fun! Registration opens Wednesday, April 15. Register online or call 288-2891.
Easter Activities at Westhampton
Sunday, April 12 11:30 AM-2:00 PM: Petting Zoo, Face Painting 1:15-2:00 PM: Magic Show 2:00-2:15 PM: Easter Treat Hunt on the Lawn 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 Roasted Vegetable Wrap Pesto, Goat Cheese, Spinach Wrap Roast Beef Tenderloin Sandwich Swiss, Horseradish, Brioche Bun
Kids' Boxed Lunches–$11 Includes Applesauce Pouch, Potato Chips, and Easter Cookie Grilled Chicken Strips, PB&J, or Mini Ham Biscuits
Ladies ’ ’ Night Out: Wine and Design Sign Up, Show Up, Sip Up, Paint! Thursday, April 23 6:00 PM Westhampton Clubhouse $55/person Grab your gals and a glass of wine and let the creative juices flow! Wine and heavy hors d’oeuvres are included. Register online or call 288-2891. Play Center is available. Call for reservations.
festival OY S T E R & C R A F T B E E R
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. 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. Live music by The Bellevue Rhythmaires! Register online or call 287-1330.
COOL SPRINGS CAFE MOVIE NIGHT Saturday, April 25 6:00-9:00 PM Cool Springs Cafe Patio A la carte pricing Grab dinner and head out to the patio for a special family movie. A limited, concession-style menu will be served after 8:00 PM. In the event of rain, we will move inside.
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. WEDNESDAYS
Smoothie: Avo-Cardio Boost Avocado, Arugula, Spinach, Mango, Banana, Almond Milk, and Matcha. $7
Chef’s Special: Fish Sandwich Your choice of fried, grilled, or blackened fish, brioche bun, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and chow-chow tartar sauce. $11
Dollar Oyster Night 5:30-9:00 PM FRIDAYS Prime Rib Night April 3, 17 5:30-9:00 PM All You Can Eat Catfish April 10, 24 5:30-9:00 PM SUNDAYS
FAMILY SUPPER ACTIVITIES Sunday, April 5 - April Fool’s We know it is a few days late, but it is never a bad time to be silly and act a little “foolish”! Sunday, April 19 - Earth Day “Go Green” outdoors to participate in Earth Day activities. Weather permitting. Sunday, April 26 - Pet Party We are going to celebrate the creatures that bring us so much fun – our pets! We will watch “The Secret Life of Pets” and make a treat to take home.
Family Supper April 5, 19, 26 5:30-9:00 PM Adults: $18, Seniors: $16, Children ages 5-12: $9, Children 4 & under dine with our compliments AMENDED HOURS James River: There will be no dinner service on April 12, 26, and 30.
THE GRILL FINAL FOUR VIEWING Saturday, April 4 5:30-9:00 PM Monday, April 6
OLLIE'S SUSHI NIGHT Wednesdays in April Join us for a featured sushi roll prepared by the Chef de Cuisine. KENTUCKY DERBY PARTY & HAT CONTEST Saturday, May 2 Post Time: 6:50 PM Watch the best two minutes of sports, the first leg of the Triple Crown, the Kentucky Derby, with a mint julep in hand. Be sure to wear your derby best for our hat contest—the best hat will win a prize. COCKTAIL CONTEST WINNER Our thanks to all who participated in November’s Cocktail Contest. Congratulations to our winner, Chris Ann Inman, and enjoy her custom cocktail, “Last Word,” throughout the month of April. 1 ¼ oz. Aviation Gin
11:30 AM-9:00 PM The Grill Taproom
Celebrate the Final Four with our chef’s appetizer sampler platter featuring mini quesadillas, chicken wings, and chips and guacamole. $15 NATIONAL BEER DAY Tuesday, April 7 5:30-9:00 PM Try adding a draft beer to your Burger Night favorite. $11 includes burger and one beer. TAX DAY, FORGET ABOUT IT! Wednesday, April 15 5:30-9:00 PM $10.40 Tax time got you down? Come to The Grill and get a break on baked spaghetti.
½ oz. Green Chartreuse ¾ oz. Luxardo Maraschino ¾ oz. Lime Juice Shake and strain over ice TUSCANY AND UP! Saturday, April 25 7:00 PM $95/person
FLATBREADS & WINE Tuesdays in April 4:00-7:00 PM
The Back Lawn Priced a la carte
We will be featuring wine and cuisine from the fertile hills of Tuscany all the way north to Piedmont. Super Tuscan, Barbera, Sangiovese, and Prosecco wines will all vie for your attention along with expertly coupled cuisine. Enjoy passed hors d’oeuvres and five courses. Register online.
Try the Club’s new mobile pizza oven on Tuesdays at The River. We will feature delicious artisanal flatbreads, perfect to pair with a glass of wine. Don’t forget - Tuesdays are also Grape Savings, with discounted bottles of wine.
PLATFORM TENNIS MEMBER/GUEST February 8
Rich Razzetti, Rob Long, Steven Wright, Eric Prince
Matt Magner, Todd Oney, Duncan MacLeod, and Kevin Rotty
The 2020 Platform Tennis Member/Guest was played on a beautiful Saturday morning, with eight teams vying for the Championship. This year’s tournament included eight members and eight guests who competed all day for a chance to take home the title. Defending Champions Rob Long and Rich Razzetti faced a tough duo of Steven Wright
and Eric Price in the final, who won in straight sets. The 3rd and 4th place play-off match was won by Todd Oney and his guest Matt Magner, as they downed Duncan MacLeod and his guest Kevin Rotty. Players enjoyed breakfast, lunch, and drinks throughout a day filled with fun and great play. Congratulations to all on a great tournament!
MEN’S MEMBER/GUEST TENNIS TOURNAMENT January 20-23
With bragging rights on the line, Club members invited guests ranging from life- long high school friends to Division 1 college players and coaches to compete in the 2020 Men’s Member/Guest. The level of competition was high from the beginning with many matches going the full three sets and being decided by only a handful of points. When it was over, Garrett Horsley and his guest, Matthew Fernandez, were able to defeat the defending champions Steven Wright and Eric Prince in the Open Division, while Taylor Brannan and his guest, Daniel Atwood, defeated Burke King and Doug Pulsifer in the 7.0 division. Congratulations to our champions and thank you to all who participated.
Open Champions Garrett Horsley & Matthew Fernandez
7.0 Champions Taylor Brannan & Daniel Atwood
RAMY ASHOUR SQUASH CLINIC & EXHIBITION January 27
One of the greatest players in the history of squash, Ramy Ashour, returned to CCV with his brother Hisahm for a series of member clinics capped off by an exhibition with our own head pro, Patrick Chifunda. Ashour, the world’s former world #1 player and Chifunda entertained the crowd of over 150 with their amazing on-court skills and followed that up with a meet and greet and an autograph session for the children in attendance.
RACQUET SPORTS CCV PREVAILS IN THE 10 TH ANNUAL MASSIE MUD CUP Atlanta
Atlanta’s Piedmont Driving Club hosted the 10th annual Massie Mud Cup. CCV’s squash team controlled the contest from start to finish and won the event over PDC by a record margin of 35-14. This represented CCV’s fourth win in the last six years of the tournament, leaving the PDC team asking how CCV has come to dominate in recent years. The answer lies with the increase in doubles play
following the installation of our doubles court and with the overall dedication of CCV’s squash athletes. During the weekend of play, several players went undefeated, including Berkeley Edmunds and Josh Wishnack, with the overall tournament MVP award going to Francis Johnson. Off- court MVP awards go to Henry Massie and Clint Greene as they made sure that CCV enjoyed the sights of Atlanta.
Team Captains Preston Dillard and Scott Storey are presented with the Mud Cup Trophy following the final match.
MVP Francis Johnson
Kneeling L to R: Preston Dillard, Shelton Horsley, Scott Storey, Henry Massie, George Stephens, and Jamie Wilson. Standing L to R: Manoli Loupassi, Josh Wishnack, David Hetherington, Rand Robins, Rob Long, Henry Shield, Clint Greene, Scott Harrison, Robert Angle, Jose Calderon, Berkeley Edmunds. Not Pictured: Francis Johnson.
SALTY HAWKINS JUNIOR SQUASH TOURNAMENT January 25-26 The 2020 Salty Hawkins Junior Bronze Tournament, sanctioned by US Squash, saw a record- breaking entry of 78 junior players from all over the nation, including 48 from CCV come to compete in the U11, U13, U15, and U17 Boys’ and Girls’ divisions. Congratulations to all of CCV’s winners and finalists.
U11 Finalist Charlie Branch, Champion Will Herlihy
Consolation U13 Champion GIGi Rhodes, Finalist Lucy Levy
Boys U13 Consolation Winner Loch Macfarlane, Finalist Jack Purcell
U 13 Champion Booker Melton, Finalist Charlie Edmonds
U13 Girls Finalist Caroline Deskevich, Champion Kishori Vohra
U 15 Champion Carlos Calderin, Finalist Anderson Gates
U15 Finalist Sarah Nelson, Champion Prater Sandersons.
U17 consolation champion Stewart Loupassi, finalist Grace Brockenbrough
U17 finalist Anna Padgett, Champion Lane Harding
SPECIALTY SPORT CORE TRAINING Members have used the Pilates Center springboard apparatus for a pre-game Pickleball stretch with our certified instructors to get ready for a match. Specialty training is by appointment and will focus on core strength, balance, and back protection. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 287-1313, ext. 534 to learn how the Pilates Center can help you improve your game.
Members begin 2020 with a strong start! A BIG thank you to everyone who took part in one or all of the January Challenges. Fitness Center Check-in Challenge The Fitness Center had over 18,600 check-ins for the month of January making the Check-In Challenge a huge success. Congratulations to Russell Bowles who won the challenge with 60+ check-ins! Kudos to the additional top check-in winners: Tom Steinmetz, John Reifsnider, Catherine Cain, Crandell Thompson, Rick Wiltshire, Mary Kathryn Woodward, Theodore Edlich, and Charles Higgins. GroupX 4x4 Challenge Congratulations, Marshall Beale , winner of the January 4x4 Challenge. Pilates Center Drop-in Challenge Congratulations to Missy Blackwell and Paige Minor , winners of a $50 gift card.
Russell Bowles, our Fitness Check-in Challenge winner doing push-ups with the staff
EASTER SUNDAY Sunday, April 12 Fitness Center Hours of Operation 7:00 AM–6:00 PM (No GroupX classes) The Spa will be open by appointment only.
APRIL PRODUCT 20% off Masques Call 287-1462 for product information or to schedule an appointment. The Spa is now offering Sunday appointments for facials, waxing, and sugaring.
GOLF JUNIOR SUMMER CAMPS A full range of summer camps is offered at Westhampton to suit your junior golfer of any age and skill level. Complete details and registration information are available on the Junior Golf page of the website. Player Level 5-7-year-olds June 8-10, June 22-24, August 3-5
ADULT EVENING CLINICS Clinics: Tuesdays, April 26-May 19 Challenge Round: Tuesday, May 26
We often hear “golf is intimidating” or “I just don’t know how to get started in golf,” so we are making it easy! Starting this spring, we will offer an evening instruction program for adults (men and women) that uses the theory of teaching/coaching people to play golf from the green to the tee – while teaching all of the skills necessary to play full-length courses. This is a perfect program for brand new players, players who are new “again,” and for those looking to improve their “scoring” skills. Register on ForeTees.
Sport Level 7-12-year-olds June 15-18 July 6-9 July 20-23 Champions Level 8-13-year-olds July 12-17
WOMEN’S SPRING POP-IN CLINICS Clinics: Wednesdays, April 22-May 27 Matches: Thursdays, April 30, May 7, 21 9:30-10:30 AM Westhampton Driving Range
TOURNAMENTS Details and registration information are available on ForeTees. The Creek Classic Thursday, June 11 Tuckahoe Creek Course
Back by popular demand… this spring we will offer six weeks of golf clinics for women, the perfect program for brand-new players, players who have participated in the previous 3-holer program, or players looking to improve their skills and scoring on the course. We will host the clinics and three additional, on-course “match” days. There is no minimum commitment, so feel free to attend when you want. $25/clinic, $20/match days. Registration is available on ForeTees.
Father/Child Sunday, June 21 Westhampton Course
THE 70 TH ANNUAL MEN’S MEMBER/GUEST Saturday-Sunday, June 27-28 James River This Platinum Anniversary event promises to be one of the best of all time, with outstanding food and drink, spirited competition, and a great time had by all! Complete details and registration available on ForeTees.
Junior Club Championship Thursday, June 25-Friday, June 26 Westhampton Course
2019 Winners, Chad Joyce & Geoff Meadows
We have a great lineup of golf events, but member participation is the thing that makes them great! We hope to see you out on the links. For com- plete details and to register, please visit ForeTees. Two-Man Match Play Sunday, April 5 All 3 Courses Ladies’ Opening Day Saturday, April 18 Tuckahoe Creek Couples’ Opening Day Sunday, May 3 Tuckahoe Creek Ladies’ Member/Guest Tuesday, May 12 - practice round Wednesday, May 13 Tuckahoe Creek One-Day Member/Guest Friday, May 15 Tuckahoe Creek Senior Match Play Begins Saturday, May 23 All 3 Courses Memorial Day Shootout UPCOMING EVENTS Tuesday, April 7 Tuckahoe Creek Men’s Opening Day
EARLY GOLF Begins Saturday, May 2 The Early Golf Program returns again this spring, exclusively on the Tuckahoe Creek course, to help balance our busy lifestyles and our love of the game. Here are the guidelines: • CCV members are welcome to play Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, unless otherwise noted • Tee off on the back nine from sunrise to 7:45 AM • Play the course “as is” (before daily maintenance) • Walkers only (golf carts are not available) • If you want to continue play on the front nine, a tee time must be reserved
FITTING DAYS Westhampton Range Get custom fit for ultimate
performance and optimize your next set of clubs. Register on ForeTees. Mizuno
Friday, April 24 2:00-6:00 PM TaylorMade Saturday, May 2 12:00-4:00 PM Ping Thursday, May 14 3:00-7:00 PM Callaway Friday, May 15 2:00-6:00 PM Titleist Wednesday, May 20 2:00-6:00 PM
COURSE CLOSINGS Please keep in mind that the dates scheduled for courses to be closed for maintenance are subject to change due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances. For the most up-to-date schedule, please see ForeTees. James River: Closed for greens re-grassing Tuckahoe Creek: April 6, 13, 20, 27 Westhampton: May 14 (until noon), 20 (until noon), 28 (until noon)
Monday, May 25 Tuckahoe Creek Couples’ Twilight Golf Wednesday, May 27 Tuckahoe Creek
DOMINION ENERGY CHARITY
THOMA S FOX , AGE 14 I first heard about volunteer opportunities in the Club Columns and my dad and I got involved. He has volunteered on the Pro-Am Caddie Committee and I’ve been a Standard Bearer for two years, and was able to volunteer with my friends. As a standard bearer, I am paired with a set of golfers. I follow them around the course and keep track of their scores. I carry a sign showing the scores for fans and update it throughout play. The best part of volunteering was meeting the players and being able to go on the course during the tournament. You are right up close when they are hitting their shots! Everyone should know that even if you think you don’t have enough time, you should still come out and volunteer. It is a great time. MEMBER VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHT
Thomas Fox with PGA TOUR Champions player, Jeff Maggert
1 2 3 FAVOR I T E MEMORIES Two years ago, I was a standard bearer for Tommy Armour III on my birthday. When he found out, he gave me an autographed ball with “Happy Birthday” written on it. I also got to meet Doug Garwood and Scott McCarron, which was really cool. They were both very nice, and had lots of funny stories about their earlier days on the PGA TOUR and funny shots that they’ve hit, and good advice. They shared that you always want to go slow and take your time. When you’re hitting a shot, it doesn’t matter if you rush—it is all up to you and how much time you want to take. I love being inside the ropes for all the action. On one hole during the tournament, one of my players chipped it in for an eagle. Walking up to holes 16 and 18 was also an experience—very loud with lots of cheering. When I finished with my group, I came back out on the course to watch Miguel Ángel Jiménez (2020 Champion) finish up on 18, and the entire crowd was roaring.
DID YOU KNOW? People might not know you have a belt that takes most of the weight of the sign, so don’t worry about working out or anything to prepare.
J UN IOR VOLUNT E E R PROGRAM Youth ages 13-18 are invited to participate in the tournament on the Standard Bearers and Pro-AmCaddie committees. Participants in the Junior Volunteer Program receive a complimentary Junior Volunteer Package .
VOLUNTEER REGISTRATION FOR ALL COMMITTEES OPENS FOR CCV MEMBERS THURSDAY, APRIL 2 AT 9:00 AM Committee placement is first come, first-served. It is important to register as early as possible for the best chance to be on one of your top three committee choices. For more information, a complete committee list, and to register, visit VOLUNTEERS.DECCGOLF.COM.
LEARN TO SWIM 11:00-11:30 AM, 5:15-5:45 PM, or 5:45-6:15 PM Ages 3-6 $96/Session
Session 1: June 2 – June 12 Session 2: June 16 – June 26 Session 3: June 30 – July 10 Session 4: July 14 – July 24 Session 5: July 28 – August 7 These two-week sessions are held Tuesday through Friday in the 8-Lane Competition Pool.
ADVANCED SWIM* 11:00-11:45 AM or 5:30–6:15 PM Ages 7-8 $144/Session Session 1: June 2 – June 12 Session 2: June 16 – June 26 Session 3: June 30 – July 10
These two-week sessions are held Tuesday through Friday in the 8-Lane Competition Pool. *Must complete Program Placement to be registered in Advanced Swim. Call 287-1420 for more details. PARENT-TOT SOCIALS June 6, 13, 20, or 27 9:00-10:00 AM Ages 2 years and under $12/Class Meet other CCV toddler parents at the pool before it opens to socialize and learn the importance of infant water safety. The instructor will teach fun songs that are designed to encourage children to float, kick, and hold their breath. Light refreshments will be served.
SUMMER PROGRAM ONLINE REGISTRATION OPENS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15 AT 9:00 AM
SWIM AND DIVE TEAM REGISTRATION Begins Wednesday, April 15 at 9:00 AM Swim parent volunteer sign-ups through Signup Genius will open at the same time.
Juniors........................... $115 Intermediates................. $85 Seniors........................... $65
Mites.............................. $165 Midgets.......................... $165
MARK YOUR CALENDAR!
SWIM MEETS Sunday, June 7
DIVE MEETS Thursday, June 18* Thursday, June 25
Monday, June 15* Monday, June 22 Monday, June 29* Monday, July 6 Monday, July 13* Wednesday, July 22: Swim Champs at SwimRVA
Thursday, July 2 Thursday, July 9* Tuesday, July 14 Monday, July 20 & Tuesday, July 21: Dive Champs
DEVILFISH TEAM SUIT FITTING Tuesday, April 28
5:00-7:00 p.m. Poolside Cafe
The Devilfish Swim and Dive team have a new team suit for 2020! Come to the Poolside Café on April 28 to get fitted for the season and order your suit. Questions? Contact Danielle at 287-1420.
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 10+ YEAR EMPLOYEES! 35% of our full-time staff have been employed by the Club for 10 or more years.
Kathleen Carter April 23, 1979 Culinary
John Goshorn April 15, 2003 Golf/Grounds Maintenance
Tre Bosdell April 15, 2009 Golf/Grounds Maintenance
Cindy Johnson Belz April 1, 1985 Restaurants
Ashley Charlet April 4, 2005 Communications
Trinh Nguyen April 3, 2010 Support Services
Can Ming Liang April 12, 2006 Culinary
Ken Gailis April 7, 2010 Golf
Jim Journigan April 7, 1997 Racquet Sports
Sam Waldron April 21, 2010 Restaurants
Huixing Huynh April 4, 1999 Clubhouse
Aimee Yowell April 18, 2007 Fitness
CCV Club Camp June 1-August 7 3-year-olds–Rising-3rd-graders Must be potty trained Online registration available
Please be sure to fill out the Camper Information Form before registering. Morning Lunch Afternoon 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 12:00-1:00 PM 1:00-4:00 PM $160 $50 $160 Gymnastics, Fitness, Tennis, Golf, Soccer, and Weekly Entertainment Art, Cooking, Swim Lessons, Water Slide, Color Wars, and Balloon Twisting
JUNIOR MEMBER ORIENTATION Wednesday, April 29
4:00-5:30 PM 8-9-year-olds Complimentary
We will welcome all our new junior members and introduce them to the facilities and activities at the Club. We will introduce “The CCV Way” and tour the Club to explain the activities offered by each department. Orientation will conclude with dinner in the Cool Springs Cafe.
END-OF-YEAR POOL PARTIES School is almost over and summer is fast approaching! Book your end-of-year party with us. The class will be able to celebrate together at the pool with games and refreshments. Call Megan Jinks at 287-1425 for details and scheduling.
COURTSIDE GAMES Thursday, April 2 12:00-1:30 PM 5th-6th-graders $22 1:30-3:00 PM 3rd-4th-graders $22
FIELD DAY Thursday, April 2 9:00 AM-1:00 PM
Ages 5 years and up $55 includes lunch 1:00-3:00 PM Movie option- Space Jam Compete in old fashioned relays, tug of war, capture
the flag, and many more! TREASURE ISLAND Monday, April 13 9:00 AM-1:00 PM 3-year-olds–3rd-graders $55 includes lunch 1:00-3:00 PM Movie Option- Peter Pan
This event is perfect for conference day jitters with Gaga Ball, Dodgeball, Matt Ball, and many more games to play with your friends on the Sport Court. Snack provided. Register online.
Gold, gems, and pearls are just a few items of the missing treasure. Put your skills to the test, but beware of those pesky pirates! There may be some extra gold to take home. MOVE AND GROOVE Wednesday, April 22 9:00 AM-1:00 PM 3-4-year-olds $55 includes lunch Let out your inner rock star at camp and make your own musical instrument, play some musical games, and rock out to some awesome tunes!
COLOR WARS Friday, April 17 4:00-5:30 PM 1st-4th-graders $22
Color Wars is back and better than ever. This messy event will also benefit those in need. Bring in your gently used jackets that you’ve outgrown this winter and donate them to CCV Cares. Register online.
MEMBERSHIP CCV’s Legacy members can hit a jackpot in initiation fee savings with the Club’s Legacy Program, and can consider themselves lucky when they (and their spouses!) do. The Legacy Program provides access to age-based discounts on adult initiation fees for Legacy members between ages 21-40. The earlier a Legacy members commit to adult membership, the bigger the discount they receive (as much as 50%), which can also mean a bigger discount for their spouse or future spouse. Since discounts decrease with age, don’t let Legacy benefits pass by due to unfamiliarity with the program’s perks. Check out your current discount by logging into the website, selecting the “My Club” tab, and then “Membership Information” in the dropdown options. For questions regarding the Club’s Legacy Program, contact Membership Coordinator, Mandy Edwards, at 287-1490 or by email at email@example.com.
RECENT NOMINATIONS Nominee
Secondary Sponsor Secondary Sponsor
Resident Ryan Thomas Havermann Kathryn Schilling Havermann Philip Henry Bennett Tara Hamilton Bennett Shawn Patrick Sweeney Lauren Cox Sweeney Orran Lee Brown, Jr. Christian Oldham Brown William Benton Lewis Ashley Songer Lewis
John M. Schilling
Ryan F. Schilling
R. Judson Elliott, Jr.
David A.C. Long
Elizabeth B. Peay
Kyle H. Wingfield
Thomas P. Thompson
Sarah Gray T. Innes
Virginia W. Kehlenbeck
Timothy C. Rose
Alexander J. Brackett, Sr.
Orran L. Brown, Sr.
John M. Claytor
Catie K. Wilton
Kyle A. Laux
T. Scott Carter
Peter C. Bance
Teresa R. DiMarco
James Warren Hunter Katherine Tuskey Hunter
Jeffrey E. Galanti
John B. Syer, Jr.
William H. Paulette II
William Kelly Crockett Marlene Catherine Annie Crockett
Timothy C. Rose
Mary Winston Blair
Elizabeth A. Crenshaw
George Robert Hagerty Kirkland Mitchell Hagerty Jeroen Alexander Lustig Brooke Taylor Lustig William D. Zantzinger, Jr. Joan K. Zantzinger
Catherine “Kit” F. Bredrup Mary P. Worthington
Berkeley B. Martin
Daniel P. Murray
Theo J. de Wolff
Carter G. Miller
John E. Corey
Barbour T. Farinholt
Thomas T. Rankin
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.
IN MEMORIAM The Board of Directors, members, and staff of The Country Club of Virginia extend their condolences to the families of Mr. Louis Clifford Schroeder Mrs. John L. Battle, Jr. (Grace Linton) Mrs. Thomas Wilburn Newman (Constance Willhite) Mrs. Carrington Williams, Jr. (Emory Gill) Dr. Herbert Augustine Claiborne, Jr. Mrs. Fielding L. Williams, Jr. (Kay Puddephatt) WELCOME TO THE CCV FAMILY... Jo and John Cronly welcomed Georgina Miller Cronly on January 18. Anne Randolph and Everett Reveley welcomed George Randolph Reveley on November 14.
Newly Elected William Langhorne Ambrose, Jr. Lisa Meadows Ambrose John Craig Asbury Wendy Sublett Asbury Joseph Benevento Catherine Benevento Augustus Lewis Collier, Jr. Tracy Walsh Collier Andrew Joseph Iracane Sarah Iracane Mark Alexander Schafer Junior Associate Cabell Gray Meadows Catherine Margaret Meadows NEW MEMBERS
Junior Elizabeth Lee Collier Hunter Lewis Collier Boden Cressy Crowe Susan Dabney Knowles Caroline Royal Neal Caroline Tunner Newly Married Betty Parker Simpson (John N. Simpson)
NEW MEMBER ORIENTATION Wednesday, June 10 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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BRIDGE RESULTS January 29 North/South 1st Charles G. Cary/Fletcher Catlett 2nd Barbara Allen/Deborah Michael 3rd Boonie Showalter/Claiborne Jenkins East/West 1st Elizabeth Childrey/Bill Childrey 2nd Rose Lane Nimmo/Mabel S. Baldwin 3rd Lillian Johnson/Tina Royster
BOATER SAFETY COURSE Sunday, April 26 9:00 AM-4:00 PM Westhampton Clubhouse
February 5 North/South 1st
Boonie Showalter/Ann Showalter Parke Messier/Liz Galloway
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. Register online. Must have 12 participants to hold each course. $25/person includes a buffet lunch.
Charles G. Cary/Fletcher Catlett Stewart Albertson/Rosemary Davenport
February 12 North/South 1st
Parke Messier/Martha Barnard Charles Robertson/Richard Clary Charles G. Cary/Liz Galloway Boonie Showalter/Fletcher Catlett Bob Scott/Joe Brockman Jack Spooner/Jim Murray
INTERMEDIATE BRIDGE LESSONS Tuesdays, March 31-April 28 10:00-11:00 AM Westhampton Clubhouse
February 19 North/South 1st
George Baskerville/Mike Lowden Charles Robertson/Richard Clary
Join Mark Dahl, local expert bridge teacher and four-time National Champion, for a review of his 2/1 bidding system and bidding themes and convention connected to 2/1. No class on April 21.
Parke Messier/Liz Galloway
Ann Showalter/Boonie Showalter Joe Brockman/John Purcell Claiborne Jenkins/Kay Lowe
Minimum 12, maximum 24 students. $90/person includes all four lessons.
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